Strom Thurmond Collection Speeches Series
Mss.0100.11

Summary Information

Repository
Clemson University Libraries Special Collections
Creator
Thurmond, Strom, 1902-2003
Title
Strom Thurmond Collection, Series 11: Speeches Series
ID
Mss.0100.11
Date [inclusive]
Extent
95.0 cubic feet
Language
English

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Scope and Content Note

The records of this series reflect Strom Thurmond's thoughts, opinions, and philosophies on various economic, political, and social issues. This series was created in 1946 when Strom Thurmond ran for Governor of South Carolina and continues through his last term as United States Senator from South Carolina. Most of the material prior to this date concerns the Junior Order of the Woodmen of the World, a fraternal organization to which Thurmond belonged. This series consists of four sub-series: General File, Originals, Post-1983and Recent Additions. A speech indexing system is being developed for the General File sub-series for the years 1935-1983.

The Speeches series contains several different types of speech formats: Addresses, Remarks, Speeches, and Statements made on the Senate Floor and other political platforms. Addresses, Remarks, and Speeches cover such topics as patriotism, concepts of government, and religion. Statements provide remarks Strom Thurmond made on radio, television, and senate committees. Included in Statements on the Senate Floor are numerous articles and editorials which Strom Thurmond submitted to be inserted in the Congressional Record.

The non-speech formats include: Articles, Press Releases, Questions and Answers, Reports to the People, and Telegrams. Most of the Articles are written by or contain information about Thurmond. Questions and Answers are interviews with Strom Thurmond. The Reports to the People are newsletters mailed out to Thurmond's constituents.

The General File (Sub-series A, 1935-1983) contains the final drafts or record copies of Thurmond's speech and non-speech formats. The records of this sub-series clearly show what issues and events affected the state of South Carolina and the rest of the country during Thurmond's political career. Some of the major issues covered are communism, civil rights, voting rights, segregation, prayer in public schools, textile imports, the Panama Canal Treaties, muzzling the military and the Vietnam War. Events include man's first landing on the moon, the first shuttle mission, and the assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and President Anwar el-Sadat of Egypt. In addition, there is material on political campaigns such as Thurmond's 1954 write-in campaign for the United States Senate and the 1964 presidential campaign of Barry Goldwater. Furthermore, there is some information on Thurmond's switch from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party. The General File sub-series can be found on the online catalog and there is a paper draft of it located on the reference shelves in the Reading Room. The Originals (Sub-series B, 1947-1983; 59 cu. ft.) reflect the major topics covered in the General File.

The Originals (Sub-series B, 1947-1983) are arranged chronologically by year; alphabetically by speech format within each year; and then chronologically grouped together within each format. It contains copies of speech materials used by Strom Thurmond when making statements on the senate floor, in articles, press releases, and telegrams. The copies of original speeches may include handwritten additions, deletions and marks indicating pauses, emphasis and cadence. There is some overlap between the contents of the first two sub-series, but there are speeches in Originals that do not appear in the General File, and vice versa. Included in this sub-series are drafts and the final version of the Southern Manifesto. Each speech entry is followed by a numerical code to represent the sequential order of speeches within each folder (ie. 1-1 represents the first speech in folder #1).

Post-1983 (Sub-series C, 1983-1998)

The Recent Additions (Sub-series D, 1937-1954) was created in 1998 when speech files were made available for acquisition from the Thurmond Senate Office in Aiken, South Carolina. The material enhances the General File and Originals sub-series with speeches hitherto made unavailable to the research public.

Important individuals in this sub-series from South Carolina include United States Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, United States Senators Olin D. Johnston and Burnet R. Maybank, State Senator Edgar Brown, and State Representative Solomon Blatt. Other important individuals include United States Presidents Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Harry S. Truman.

Important individuals in this series from South Carolina include State Representative Solomon Blatt, State Senator Edgar Brown, James F. Byrnes, United States Congressman Butler Derrick, Harvey Gantt, United States Senators Ernest Hollings, Olin D. Johnston, and Burnet R. Maybank, and Governor Richard W. Riley. Other important individuals include Presidents Jimmy Carter, Gerald R. Ford, Herbert Hoover, Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Harry S. Truman; United States Senators Barry Goldwater, Hubert H. Humphrey and Richard B. Russell; United States Supreme Court Justices Thurgood Marshall and Sandra Day O'Connor; and Martin Luther King, Jr.

The records of this subseries reflect Strom Thurmond's thoughts, opinions, and philosophies on various economic, political, and social issues. This subseries was created in 1998 when speech files were made available for acquisition from the Thurmond Senate Office in Aiken, South Carolina. The material enhances the General File and Originals subseries with speeches hitherto made unavailable to the research public.

The Recent Additions to Speeches subseries contains several different types of speech formats: Addresses, Speeches, and Statements made before, during, and after Thurmond's term of office as Governor of South Carolina (1947-1951). Addresses, Speeches, and Statements cover Thurmond's candidacy for Governor, political ideas for and management of state government, and support for foreign and domestic issues. All speech formats provide remarks Strom Thurmond made on radio, in media publications and personal correspondence, from the state capitol, and throughout South Carolina.

The non-speech formats include Articles and Press Releases. Most of the Articles are written by or contain information about Thurmond. The non-speech formats cover Thurmond's opposition to "The Barnwell Ring", support for state law enforcement and veteran agencies, and endorsement for Dwight D. Eisenhower's bid for the U.S. Presidency.

The folders of the Recent Additions to Speeches subseries are arranged chronologically by year; alphabetically by speech format within each year; and then chronologically within each format.

Important individuals in this subseries from South Carolina include United States Secretay of State James F. Byrnes, United States Senators Olin D. Johnston and Burnet R. Maybank, State Senator Edgar Brown, and State Representative Solomon Blatt. Other important individuals include United States Presidents Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Harry S. Truman.

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Arrangement

The folders of the General File and the Originals sub-series are arranged chronologically by year; alphabetically by speech format within each year; and then chronologically within each format. The General File records are filed individually in separate folders except for Reports to the People and Press Releases. Press Releases were filed separately until 1972, when Thurmond's staff began to group them by month.

The folders of the Recent Additions sub-series are arranged chronologically by year; alphabetically by speech format within each year; and then chronologically within each format.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Clemson University Libraries Special Collections 2010 June 03

Processing Information

The conversion of this finding aid to Encoded Archival Description format was made possible with a grant from the South Carolina State Historical Records Advisory Board in 2009-2010. The finding aid was prepared for encoding by Jen Bingham.

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Controlled Access Headings

Geographic Name(s)

  • South Carolina--Agriculture.
  • South Carolina--History.
  • South Carolina--Politics and government.
  • United States--Economic policy.
  • United States--Foreign relations.
  • United States--History--20th century.
  • United States--Politics and government.

Personal Name(s)

  • Blatt, Solomon, 1896-1986
  • Brown, Edgar A. (Edgar Allan), 1888-1975
  • Byrnes, James F. (James Francis), 1882-1972
  • Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969
  • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006
  • Gantt, Harvey B., (Harvey Bernard), 1943-
  • Hollings, Ernest F., 1922-
  • Johnson, Lyndon B., (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973
  • Johnston, Olin D., (Olin Dewitt), 1896-1965
  • Kennedy, John F., (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
  • Maybank, Burnet R., (Burnet Rhett), 1899-1954
  • Nixon, Richard M., (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994
  • Reagan, Ronald
  • Riley, Richard W., (Richard Wilson)
  • Thurmond, Strom, 1902-2003 -- Political and social views
  • Thurmond, Strom, 1902-2003 -- Religion
  • Timmerman, George Bell, 1912-1994
  • Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972
  • Waring, Julius Waties, 1880-1968

Subject(s)

  • Agriculture.
  • Civil rights.
  • Federal aid to education.
  • Foreign trade and employment.
  • Labor policy.
  • Segregation.
  • Textile industry.

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Collection Inventory

Speeches 

 Subseries A General File 1935-1983 

Articles 1935 

Box Folder

(100-11A-) (Letters), "[Information Dealing with the Business of a Fraternity Organization Named the Junior Order of The Woodmen of the World];" [April 22, 1935]-November 1935 

1 1

Addresses 1936 

Box Folder

"[The Ideals of Fraternities]" (Over WAIM Radio to the [Annual State Convention of the Junior Order of the Woodmen of the World]; Anderson, SC April 28, 1936 

1 2

Articles 1936 

Box Folder

(Letters), "[More Information Dealing with the Junior Order of Woodmen of the World Fraternity];" [January]-April, 1936 

1 3

Addresses 1939 

Box Folder

"Dependency" (Council for the Common Good); Rock Hill, SC June 15, 1939 

1 4

Addresses 1946 

Box Folder

[Gubernatorial Campaign: Barnwell Ring (long version)]; Spartanburg, SC July 11, 1946 

1 5

[Gubernatorial Campaign: Barnwell Ring (short version)]; Spartanburg, SC July 11, 1946 

1 6

Press Releases 1946 

Box Folder

[Thurmond's Nomination for Governor]; [South Carolina] May 15, 1946 

1 7

Radio Messages 1946 

Box Folder

"[Dedication of WKDK (Radio)];" [Newbury, SC] October 27, 1946 

1 8

Addresses 1947 

Box Folder

"[Gubernatorial Inauguration];" Columbia, SC January 21, 1947 

1 9

"Awake and Accomplish" (National Rivers and Harbors Congress); Washington, DC May 3, 1947 

1 10

(Radio), "Accomplishments of the 1947 General Assembly of South Carolina;" Columbia, SC June 4, 1947 

1 11

"The First Law of Nature" (Seventeenth Judicial Conference of the Fourth Circuit); Asheville, NC June 13, 1947 

1 12

"Adequate National Preparedness" (Annual Meeting of the Governors Conference); Salt Lake City, UT July 15, 1947 

1 13

(Radio), "[Lions Club's Circus];" Greenville, SC September 18, 1947 

1 14

"Let's Look at '48" (WHAS [Radio]); Louisville, KY October 2, 1947 

1 15

"The Uneasy World and Universal Military Training" (National Convention of American Veterans); Columbus, OH October 2, 1947 

1 16

"[Spartanburg County's Peach Industry]" (WSPA [Radio]); Spartanburg, SC October 6, 1947 

1 17

"[Salute to America's Free Radio]" (WAIM and WIS [Radio]); Anderson and Columbia, SC November 2, 1947 

1 18

"Dedication of Bob Jones University;" Greenville, SC November 27, 1947 

1 19

(Radio), "State Finances & Institutions;" Columbia, SC December 9, 1947 

1 20

Articles 1947 

Box Folder

"Thurmond Urges Support of South Carolina Ports Authority," South Carolina Labor News March 1947 

1 21

"Women and Government," South Carolina Club Woman; [Columbia, SC] October 10, 1947 

1 22

Press Releases 1947 

Box Folder

[Willie Earle Case]; Columbia, SC February 18, 1947 

1 23

[South Carolina State Ports Authority Steamships Service (Charleston, SC)] March 9, 1947 

1 24

[South Carolina Retirement Act]; [Columbia, SC] June 30, 1947 

1 25

[Clark's Hill Project]; Columbia, SC July 21, 1947 

1 26

Committee for Recommendations for Disposition of Sullivan's Island; Columbia, SC August 17, 1947 

1 27

[Textron Southern, Incorporated, Plant Opening]; Columbia, SC September 19, 1947 

1 28

[Sullivan's Island Committee]; Columbia, SC;. (See August 17, 1947 Press Release) [circa 1947] 

1 29

Remarks 1947 

Box Folder

"Opening of WSAV (Radio);" Savannah, GA August 19, 1947 

1 30

"[Housing Problems]" (National Association of Real Estate Boards); Myrtle Beach, SC September 15, 1947 

1 31

"Freight Rate Increase Hearings" (Sections Meeting of Southern Commissioners of Agriculture); [South Carolina]. (See August 22, September 6, October 21 and circa 1947, Statements) September 17, 1947 

1 32

Speeches 1947 

Box Folder

"South Carolina and Its Future;" Spartanburg, SC February 24, 1947 

1 33

"[State Farm Committee];" [Columbia, SC] February 28, 1947 

1 34

"Textiles and the South" (Southern Textile Association); Blowing Rock, NC June 21, 1947 

1 35

"[South Carolina General Assembly];" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1947] 

1 36

"South Carolina Agriculture as a Business;" [South Carolina] [circa 1947] 

1 37

Statements 1947 

Box Folder

"Willie Earle Lynching Case;" [South Carolina]; Columbia, SC March 1, 1947 

1 38

"Celebrating 26th Anniversary of WBT and Dedicating WBT-FM (Radio);" Charlotte, NC April 10, 1947 

1 39

"Dedication of WFAK;" Charleston, SC April 25, 1947 

1 40

"[Thurmond's Mother Selected "South Carolina Mother of the Year];" Columbia, SC April 29, 1947 

1 41

"[Adjournment of South Carolina General Assembly];" [Columbia, SC] May 10, 1947 

1 42

"[Death of J.P. Derham];" South Carolina May 30, 1947 

1 43

"Memorial Youth Center Campaign;" [Columbia, SC] May 31, 1947 

1 44

Addresses 1947 

Box Folder

"[Death of E.P. Vandiver]" Columbia, SC June 2, 1947 

1 45

"Southeast Shipper's Advisory Board" [Columbia, SC] June 17, 1947 

1 46

"[Capital Trade School Opening];" [Columbia, SC] July 25, 1947 

1 47

"Attacks on Women in Greenville and Spartanburg Counties, SC;" Columbia, SC July 26, 1947 

1 48

(Letter), "[Invitations to Virgin Islands from Governor William H. Hastie]" [Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands] August 15, 1947 

1 49

"Southern Freight Rate Reductions" Columbia, SC. (See September 6, October 21 and circa 1947 Statements, and September 17, 1947, Remarks) August 22, 1947 

1 50

"[Capital Trade School Opening]" [Columbia, SC]. (See July 25, 1947 Statement) August 22, 1947 

1 51

"Labor Day" Columbia, SC August 30, 1947 

1 52

"Southern Governor's Freight Rate Committee" Columbia, SC. (See August 22, October 21 and circa 1947 Statements, and September 17, 1947, Remarks) September 6, 1947 

1 53

"[Getting Higher Prices for Cotton Seed in South Carolina]" [Columbia, SC] September 11, 1947 

1 54

"The Freedom Train" [South Carolina] September 15, 1947 

1 55

"Reference to Address Before National Association of Real Estate Boards" Columbia, SC. (See September 15, 1947 Remarks) September 17, 1947 

1 56

"[Preparation for Possible Hurricane Strike in South Carolina]" Columbia, SC September 17, 1947 

1 57

[New Plant Opening of Textron Southern, Incorporated]" Columbia, SC. (See September 19, 1947 Press Release) September 18, 1949 

1 58

"[American Cancer Society-South Carolina Division]" Columbia, SC September 18, 1947 

1 59

"[Lyles Ford Tri-County Power's Petition to begin Hydro Electric Construction on the Broad and Congaree Rivers in South Carolina]" Columbia, SC September 23, 1947 

1 60

"State Assistance to Veterans," The Army Times Washington, DC September 26, 1947 

1 61

"[South Carolina State Junior Chamber of Commerce's Plan for Better Treatment of Juvenile Delinquents]" [Columbia, SC] September 26, 1947 

1 62

"Youth Speaks Program" (WIS Radio) Columbia, SC September 27, 1947 

1 63

"[Extending Best Wishes to the Fifth Annual Meeting of the South Carolina Distributors Club Association]" [Columbia, SC] October 1, 1947 

1 64

(Read by John T. Sloan, Jr.), "[State Employee Salaries Will Only Be Cut as a Last Resort]" (South Carolina State Employees Association) Columbia, for [Reactivating] Dangerous War Trophies " Columbia, SC October 10, 1947 

1 65

"[Crime]" (Adult Department of the First Baptist Church) Columbia, SC: October 19, 1947 

1 68

"National Guard" (Southern Governor's Conference) Asheville, NC October 21, 1947 

1 69

"[Freight Weight Problems]" (Southern Governor's Conference) Asheville, NC. (See August 22 and September 6, 1947, Statements, and September 17, 1947, Remarks) October 21, 1947 

1 70

"Temperance Day" Columbia, SC October 25, 1947 

1 71

"Cooperation of Bakers in the Food Conservation Campaign" Columbia, SC October 25, 1947 

1 72

"Purchase of Ancor Corporation Aluminum Plant" Harleyville, SC November 4, 1947 

1 73

"Annual 'All States' Thanksgiving Dinner of the Monday Civic Club" Tacoma, Washington November 11, 1947 

1 74

"Public School Survey Committee" [Columbia, SC]: November 14, 1947 

1 75

(Letter), "[Prince Regent of Belgium Bestows Cross of the Order of the Crown upon Thurmond for his Military Service during World War II]" Washington, DC November 17, 1947 

1 76

(Letter), "[About the Freedom Train Souvenirs]" (American Heritage Foundation) [New York, NY] November 20, 1947 

1 77

"South Carolina's Industrial Outlook," American Wool and Cotton Reporter Boston, MA November 24, 1947 

1 78

(Letter), "[Daniel D. Coopers request for home address of Early G. Lambeth's parents in South Carolina]" Cleveland, OH November 25, 1947 

1 79

"[Judy Hagins of Lancaster to represent South Carolina at 14th Annual Christmas Carnival]" Birmingham, AL November 25-29, 1947 

1 80

"Industrial and Agricultural Outlook for South Carolina," Journal of Commerce New York, NY November 28, 1947 

1 81

(Letter), "[Albert E. Fellows Blessing on Governor Thurmond and South Carolina]" Hampstead, NY November 29, 1947 

1 82

"The Freedom Train" Columbia, SC December 2, 1947 

1 83

"Prevention of Accidents during the Christmas Season" Columbia, SC December 2, 1947 

1 84

"Financial Campaign of the Disabled American Veterans" Columbia, SC December 5, 1947 

1 85

"[Announcement of Thurmond Radio Address on State Finances and State Institutions Building Bill]" Columbia, SC December 9, 1947 

1 86

(Letter), "[South Carolina Attorney General John M. Daniel statement that December 26th cannot be a legal holiday]" [Columbia, SC] December 10, 1947 

1 87

"Radio as a Means of Getting into the Home" (WIS (Radio) Columbia, SC December 11, 1947 

1 88

"[Expressing Appreciation to Soldiers at Fort Jackson]" [Columbia, SC] December 12, 1947 

1 89

"[Interstate Commerce Commission's Denial of Northern Rail Carriers' Petition for Modification of Commission's Order in Southern Governor's Commodity Case]" Columbia, SC December 13, 1947 

1 90

"Christmas" [Columbia, SC] December 19, 1947 

1 91

"Fuel Oil Shortage" Columbia, SC December 23, 1947 

1 92

"State's Progress during the Year" (The Associated Press) Columbia, SC December 23, 1947 

1 93

"[Governor Thurmond's Inability to Proclaim a Bank Holiday on December 26, 1947]" [South Carolina] December 26, 1947 

1 94

"[Governor Denied Authority to Proclaim a Bank Holiday on December 26, 1947]" [South Carolina] December 26, 1947 

1 95

"Proclamation of Universal Military Training Week," The South Carolina Legionnaire; Columbia, SC December 31, 1947 

1 96

"Opening of WJMX (Radio)" [Florence, SC] [circa 1947] 

1 97

"Beginning of WMRC-FM (Radio) Operation" [Greenville, SC] [circa 1947] 

1 98

"Dedication of Station WALD (Radio)" [Walterboro, SC] [circa 1947] 

1 99

"[Death of Dr. LeGrand Guerry, second]" Columbia, SC [circa 1947] 

2 100

"[Announcement of Statewide Radio Address on Summary of Legislation of the 1947 General Assembly]" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1947] 

2 101

"Disabled American Veterans Service Foundation" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1947] 

2 102

"[Clark's Hill Project]" (Civil Functions Appropriations Subcommittee) [Washington, DC]. (See July 21, 1947 Press Release) [circa 1947] 

2 103

"[Inflation of Prices]" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1947] 

2 104

"Poultry Facts" [South Carolina] [circa 1947] 

2 105

"[Urging Tobacco Farmers to Vote for Protection of Foreign Tobacco Markets]" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1947] 

2 106

"[United States Supreme Court's Decision on the Southern Governor's Freight Rate Case]" [Columbia, SC]. (See September 17, 1947, Remarks, and August 22, September 6 and October 21, 1947, Statements) [circa 1947] 

2 107

"[Sunday Blue Laws]" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1947] 

2 108

"[Development of Natural Resources of Barnwell, Beaufort, Dorchester and Hamlton Counties]" [South Carolina] [circa 1947] 

2 109

"[Wartime Sunday Amusement Law];" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1947] 

2 110

"Twenty-Ninth Anniversary of Czechoslovak Republic," ( New Yorske Listy and  New Yorsky Dennik [Czech and Slovak Language Newspapers]) [New York, NY] [circa 1947] 

2 111

"Myrtle Beach and Coastal Carolina" ([Fourth Annual Convention of Region Four of the National Convention of Real Estate Boards]) [South Carolina] [circa 1947] 

2 112

"[Law Enforcement]" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1947] 

2 113

"[Bills and Acts Passed by the South Carolina General Assembly]" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1947] 

2 114

(Letter), "[Extending t State Constabulary Office's Services to State Law Enforcement Officers]" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1947] 

2 115

"[Colonel Lester Bate's and Capital Life and Health Insurance's Christmas Party]" [Laurel Hill, SC] [circa 1947] 

2 116

Telegrams 1947 

Box Folder

[To:] Governor Millard F. Caldwell of Florida; [Hurricane Disasters] September 18, 1947 

2 117

Addresses 1948 

Box Folder

"The Challenge of the Sex Criminal" (South Atlantic Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) Augusta, GA February 13, 1948 

2 118

"[Celebrating Increased Power of WKIX (Radio)]" Columbia, SC February 21, 1948 

2 119

"[Textile Industry]" (U.T.W.A. [United Textile Workers of America] AFL Convention) Washington, DC March 15, 1948 

2 120

"[Communism]" (Tenth Biennial Convention of the United Textile Workers of America) Washington, DC March 15, 1948 

2 121

"[Re-Opening of WUSC (Radio) at the University of South Carolina]" Columbia, SC March 16, 1948 

2 122

(Radio), "President Truman's So-Called Civil Rights Program" (Columbia Democratic Party Rally)Columbia, SC March 17, 1948 

2 123

"[Education and Introducing Olive Clapper]" (The State Teacher's Convention) Columbia, SC March 18, 1948 

2 124

"[Opening of WLBC (Radio)]" Clinton, SC March 28, 1948 

2 125

"Dedication of Walter Andrews Memorial Bridge" Georgetown County, SC March 30, 1948 

2 126

"[Opening of WTYC (Radio)]" Rock Hill, SC May 2, 1948 

2 127

"[States' Rights]" (States' Rights Democratic Conference or Democratic Party Rally) Jackson, MS May 10, 1948 

2 128

(Radio), "Accomplishments of the 1948 General Assembly of South Carolina" [Final Draft] WIS (Radio) Columbia, SC May 26, 1948 

2 129

(Radio), "[Accomplishments of the 87th General Assembly]" [First Draft] (Statewide Radio) Columbia, SC May 26, 1948 

2 130

(Radio), "[Donation of Property to South Carolina for the Establishment of a Trade School]" (WCOS [Radio]) Columbia, SC June 2, 1948 

2 131

(Commencement), South Carolina Medical College Charleston, SC June 3, 1948 

2 132

"Seconding the Nomination of Senator Richard B. Russell, of Georgia, for President of the United States" (Democratic National Convention) Philadelphia, PA July 14, 1948 

2 133

"Declaration of Principles" (Convention of States' Rights Democrats) Birmingham, AL July 17, 1948 

2 134

"[States' Rights Democrats]" (Watermelon Festival) Cherryville, NC July 31, 1948 

2 135

"Accepting the States' Rights Democratic Nomination for President of the United States" (State Democratic Parties of Alabama, Mississippi and South Carolina) Houston, TX August 11, 1948 

2 136

"[States' Rights Democrats]" Marianna, AR August 26, 1948 

2 137

"[Problems Confronting Lasting Peace]" (Reunion of the IVY Division [8th Infantry Regiment of the Fourth Division]) Augusta, GA September 4, 1948 

2 138

"Florida State Labor Day Celebration" Wildwood, FL September 6, 1948 

2 139

"[Labor Day and States' Rights]" (Labor Day Celebration) Fairfield, AL September 6, 1948 

2 140

(Radio), "[States' Rights]" (Liberty Radio Network KLIF) Dallas, TX September 7, 1948 

2 141

"[States' Rights]" Dallas, TX September 8, 1948 

2 142

"[States' Rights]" Texas September 20, 1948 

2 143

"[States' Rights]" Augusta, GA September 23, 1948 

2 144

"[States' Rights]" Augusta, GA September 23, 1948 

2 145

"[States' Rights]" Madisonville, KY September 25, 1948 

2 146

(Radio Interview), "[States' Rights Campaign]" Baltimore, MD October 1, 1948 

2 147

"[States' Rights]" Asheville, NC October 4, 1948 

2 148

"[States' Rights]" Raleigh, NC October 5, 1948 

2 149

"[States' Rights]" (Overseas Press Club) New York, NY October 6, 1948 

2 150

"[States' Rights]" Roanoke, VA October 6, 1948 

2 151

"[States' Rights]" Charlottesville, VA October 7, 1948 

2 152

"[States' Rights]" Richmond, VA October 8, 1948 

2 153

"[States' Rights]" Williamsburg, VA October 9, 1948 

2 154

(Radio), "The Interstate Piedmont Fair" Spartanburg, SC October 11, 1948 

2 155

"[States' Rights]" Lynchburg, VA October 11, 1948 

2 156

"[States' Rights]" Lexington, KY October 12, 1948 

2 157

"[States' Rights]" Louisville, KY October 13, 1948 

2 158

"[States' Rights]" Covington, KY. Also delivered over Radio Station WCKY, Cincinnati, OH October 14, 1948 

2 159

"[Stalin and Communism]" (American Legion Convention) Miami, FL October 17, 1948 

2 160

"[States' Rights]" Macon, GA October 19, 1948 

2 161

"[States' Rights]" Athens, GA October 20, 1948 

2 162

"[States' Rights]" Memphis, TN October 21, 1948 

2 163

"[States' Rights]" Nashville, TN October 22, 1948 

2 164

"[States' Rights]" Little Rock, AR October 25, 1948 

2 165

"[States' Rights]" Fayetteville, AR October 26, 1948 

2 166

"[States' Rights]" Texarkana, TX October 27, 1948 

2 167

"[States' Rights]" Shreveport, LA October 27, 1948 

2 168

"[States' Rights]" Fort Worth, TX October 28, 1948 

2 169

"[States' Rights]" Austin, TX October 29, 1948 

2 170

(Radio), "[States' Rights]" (WRUL [Radio Broadcast Overseas]) Boston, MA October 30, 1948 

2 171

"[States' Rights]" Beaumont, TX October 30, 1948 

2 172

(Radio), "[Vote for Thurmond of the States' Rights Campaign]" (ABC Network Radio in 14 Southern States) Columbia, SC November 1, 1948 

3 173

(Radio suggested), "[Opening of WSVA (Radio)]" [South Carolina] [circa 1948] 

3 174

"[Biography of Strom Thurmond]" Columbia, SC [circa 1948] 

3 175

Articles 1948 

Box Folder

Outlook for Exports of 1948 Crop Flue-Cured Tobacco," Tobacco [Export Edition]; [N.P.] [circa July 1, 1948] 

3 176

Military Government with the Airborne Command", Military Government Journal (Military Government Association Magazine); Washington, DC August 1948 

3 177

Press Releases 1948 

Box Folder

[Announcement of Governor Thurmond's Address on Accomplishments of 1948 General Assembly to be Broadcast on WIS (Radio)]; [Columbia, SC] May 25, 1948 

3 178

[National Guard Resolution] (National Governors' Conference); Portsmouth, NH June 16, 1948 

3 179

Thurmond to Participate in Round-Table Broadcast from Philadelphia Convention July 11, 1948 

3 180

Constitutional [State] Committee Meets in Office of Governor Thurmond; Columbia, SC August 31, 1948 

3 181

[Comments about Campaign Ads Stating that Harry S. Truman is the Only Presidential Candidate that is a World War I Veteran]; Columbia, SC; circa 1948. Questions & Answers 1948 

3 182

[United Press], States' Rights; Democratic Convention; Jackson, MS May 10, 1948 

3 183

[United Press Association]; States' Rights; [N.P.] September 1, 1948 

3 184

[The Editor of 'Future' Magazine]; States' Rights; [N.P.] [circa 1948] 

3 185

Remarks 1948 

Box Folder

"[Accepted Portrait of Dr. Henry Radcliffe Sims, President of Winthrop College]" (Winthrop College); Rock Hill, SC May 29, 1948 

3 186

"Taxation and Fiscal Policies" (National Governors' Conference); Wentworth-By-The-Sea, NH June 14, 1948 

3 187

"Civil Defense" (National Governors' Conference); Wentworth-By-The-Sea, NH June 14, 1948 

3 188

"[Opening of WTNT (Radio)]"; Augusta, GA July 3, 1948 

3 189

(Radio), "'Campus Salute' Program during Homecoming Day Luncheon" (The Citadel); Charleston, SC December 4, 1948 

3 190

"[Improving South Carolina's Schools]" (South Carolina Survey-WIS (Radio)); Columbia, SC December 31, 1948 

3 191

Speeches 1948 

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List of Speeches 1948-1954 

3 192

"Cancer Campaign;" [South Carolina] [circa 1948] 

3 193

Statements 1948 

Box Folder

"Appointment of the Emergency Fuel Oil Coordinator" Columbia, SC January 2, 1948 

3 194

"Industrial and Agricultural Outlook for South Carolina;" Journal of Commerce; New York, NY January 5, 1948 

3 195

"Appointment of G.A. Buchanan, Jr., to the Board of Regents of the [South Carolina] State Hospital" Columbia, SC January 12, 1948 

3 196

"Dedication of Radio Station WIST" Charlotte, NC January 12, 1948 

3 197

"Progressive Trends in South Carolina;" The Charlotte Observer; Charlotte, NC January 13, 1948 

3 198

"Celebrating Small Business Day," (The National Small Business-Men's Association) [South Carolina] January 13, 1948 

3 199

"Message to the General Assembly" Columbia, SC January 14, 1948 

3 200

"[Celebrating the Birthday of General Julius Howell]," (Bristol, VA, Chamber of Commerce) Columbia, SC January 15, 1948 

3 201

"Commissioner of Labor" [Columbia, SC] January 23, 1948 

3 202

(Radio), "Universal Military Training" (WIS Radio) Columbia, SC January 24, 1948 

3 203

(Radio), "March of Dimes" (WEAM [Radio]) Arlington, VA January 26, 1948 

3 204

"The Appointment of William Fred Ponder to Succeed R.L. Gamble as South Carolina Labor Commissioner" [Columbia, SC] January 28, 1948 

3 205

"The Appointment of James W. Crain as a Member of the South Carolina Tax Commission to Succeed Dr. W.G. Query" [Columbia, SC January 28, 1948 

3 206

"Regarding the Appointment of James W. Crain to the South Carolina Tax Commission" [Columbia, SC] January 30, 1948 

3 207

"[In Support of Eating] Breakfast;" Food Topics; New York, NY February 4, 1948 

3 208

"[Increasing Attention to the Importance of Education and of Teachers];" South Carolina Education News (March Issue); [South Carolina] February 4, 1948 

3 209

"Message Given at Southern Governors' Conference" Wakulla Springs, FL February 7, 1948 

3 210

"Passage by the South Carolina General Assembly of the Reorganization Bill" [Columbia, SC] February 13, 1948 

3 211

"On Increased Benefits for Veterans under the GI Bill of Rights" [Columbia, SC] February 17, 1948 

3 212

"[Meeting of Five Southern Governors Concerning Civil Rights]" Washington, DC February 22, 1948 

3 213

"[Civil Rights and States' Rights] by the Southern Governors' Committee" [Washington, DC] February 23, 1948 

3 214

"[The Southern States' Problems with the Civil Rights Proposals] by the Southern Governors' Committee to J. Howard McGrath, Chairman, Democratic National Committee February 23, 1948 

3 215

"Celebrating the Forthcoming Frequency Modulation Broadcasting of Radio Station WIS-FM" Columbia, SC February 28, 1948 

3 216

"Acceptance of the Honorary State Chairmanship of the Charleston Azalea Festival" Columbia, SC March 5, 1948 

3 217

"Southern Governors' Conference Committee Report on Civil Rights" Washington, DC March 13, 1948 

3 218

"In Reply to Statement of Chairman J. Howard McGrath of the National Democratic Committee" Washington, DC March 14, 1948 

3 219

"On the Work Situation;" The South Carolina News Service; [Columbia, SC] March 23, 1948 

3 220

"[Greetings to] the 30th Annual Convention of the Palmetto State Teachers' Convention" Columbia, SC March 25, 1948 

3 221

"Congratulations to Charleston on the 10th Azalea Festival;" The News and Courier; Charleston, SC March 26, 1948 

3 222

"[Prayer Made at Easter Sunrise Services]" [South Carolina] March 28, 1948 

3 223

"[Thurmond's Comment on President Truman's Committee on Civil Rights];" Dixie Democrat; Pell City, AL March 31, 1948 

3 224

"The Outlook for Textiles in South Carolina;" The Journal of Commerce; New York; NY April 5, 1948 

3 225

"On Signing the State Agricultural Marketing System Act" [Columbia, SC] April 9, 1948 

3 226

"On Signing the 1948 Motor Vehicle Safety Act" [Columbia, SC] April 9, 1948 

3 227

"[South Carolina's Involvement in Aviation]" (The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association) Washington, DC April 11, 1948 

3 228

"On Giving Credit for Bible Courses in Public Schools" [Columbia, SC] April 15, 1948 

3 229

"On the Appointment of Andrew H. Dupre to Succeed J.M. Witsell as Chairman of the State Board of Fisheries" [Columbia, SC April 14, 1948 

3 230

"The Fund-Raising Campaign of the Southern Symphany" [Columbia, SC April 19, 1948 

3 231

"A Ship Channel from the Ocean to Port Royal, South Carolina," (Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors) [Columbia, SC] April 20, 1948 

3 232

"Refusal of the Supreme Court to Hear Primary Case of Democrats of South Carolina" [Columbia, SC April 21, 1948 

3 233

"Legal Obligation of Lobbyists" [Columbia, SC] April 23, 1948 

3 234

"[Welcome Statement made at the Meeting of the Southern Region of the National Tobacco Tax Association and the Regional Meeting of the Southeastern Group of the North American Gasoline Tax Conference]" Charleston, SC April 26, 1948 

3 235

"Approval by the United States Public Health Service of Steam Heating Plant and Addition to and Alternation of Sewage Plant of the South Carolina Sanitarium" [Columbia, SC] April 30, 1948 

3 236

"[Reward for Information Leading to the Arrest of Person(s) Responsible for the Explosion at the C.J. Willoughby Home]" [Columbia, SC] May 1, 1948 

3 237

"National Home Demonstration Week" [Columbia, SC] May 1, 1948 

3 238

"The 18th Anniversary of Radio Station WCSC and WCSC-FM" Charleston, SC May 14, 1948 

3 239

"Passage of Bill Concerning Nitrate for Farmers by the House of Representatives" [Columbia, SC] May 27, 1948 

3 240

"Message to Delegates of the 33 rd Annual Convention of the South Carolina Federation of Labor,"  South Carolina Labor News; [South Carolina] June 1948 

3 241

"[Ceremonies in Acceptance of a Tract of Land in Charleston on Behalf of the South Carolina Board of Education]" Columbia, SC June 2, 1948 

3 242

"Use of State-Appropriated Health Funds" [Columbia, SC] June 2, 1948 

3 243

"Receipt of a Letter of Appeal from Delores Susin of Belluno, Italy" [Columbia, SC[ June 4, 1948 

3 244

"South Carolina Police Insurance and Annuity Fund" [Columbia, SC] June 11, 1948 

3 245

"[Concerning Correspondence with Mr. George M. Waldrop Regarding Women's Rights]" [Columbia, SC] June 11, 1948 

3 246

"[On Receiving an Application for the Position of, 'Aunt Sally', wife to be of Uncle Sam]" [Columbia, SC] June 23, 1948 

3 247

"The Rural Fire Prevention Campaign of the National Fire Waste Council" [Columbia, SC] June 25, 1948 

3 248

"Repayment by South Carolina of Oil Borrowed from the United States Navy during the Winter of 1947-1948" [Columbia, SC] June 29, 1948 

3 249

"The Appointment of a Committee to Draft Proposed Merit Personnel System Legislation" [Columbia, SC] June 29, 1948 

3 250

"Economic Growth in South Carolina and the South as a Whole]," News and Observer Raleigh, NC [circa June 1948] 

3 251

"The Need for Safe Driving during the July 4th Holiday" [Columbia, SC] [circa July 1948] 

3 252

"[On Issuing a Call, with other Leading Democrats, for a Party Caucus in Philadelphia]" [Columbia, SC] July 3, 1948 

3 253

"The Appointment of Major James Hunter as State Director of the Selective Service System for South Carolina" [Columbia, SC] July 4, 1948 

3 254

"Airport Funds Apportioned from United States Public Law 597" [Columbia, SC] July 7, 1948 

3 255

"Salute to WIS-FM (Radio) on its 18th Anniversary" [Columbia, SC] July 10, 1948 

3 256

"[Facts Concerning the Life of J. Strom Thurmond, Including his Service in all Three Branches of State Government]" (Students of the Opportunity School of South Carolina) [South Carolina] July 19, 1948 

3 257

"The Appointment of Three Members to the State Reorganization Commission" [Columbia, SC] July 21, 1948 

3 258

"The Appointment of Mr. D.H. Johnson to the Lyles-Ford Tri-County Authority" [Columbia, SC] July 21, 1948 

3 259

"The appointment of Mr. A. Leland Slade, Jr., of Aiken, South Carolina, to the State Forestry Commission" [Columbia, SC] July 23, 1948 

3 260

"States' Rights Information and Speakers Handbook," (National States' Rights Democrats Campaign Committee) Jackson, MS August 1948 

3 261

"[Presidential Straw Poll Conducted by Macon Telegraph and News]" Macon, GA August 6, 1948 

3 262

"Welcome of Delegates to the Southern Federation of Syrian-Lebanon American Clubs" [Columbia, SC] August 7, 1948 

3 263

"The Refusal of Governor Driscoll, of New Jersey, to Grant Extradition of the Prisoner John Collier" [Columbia, SC] August 7, 1948 

3 264

"[Gardens in South Carolina]," The Garden Club of South Carolina Bulletin (September Issue); [South Carolina] August 10, 1948 

3 265

"[Made by] E.C. Rhodes and R.C. Harper Regarding Plane and Train Facilities to Houston, TX, for Speech of Governor Thurmond Accepting the Nomination for President of the United States as the States' Rights Democratic Candidate" [Columbia, SC] August 10, 1948 

3 266

"Upon Receipt of a Letter of Appeal from Margaret Sears of Surrey, England" [Columbia, SC] August 16, 1948 

3 267

"The Proposal to Transfer to Florida the Bones of Osceola" [Columbia, SC] August 16, 1948 

3 268

"Appointments to the Selective Service Board" [Columbia, SC] August 22, 1948 

3 269

"[The Proposal of] A Special Session of the General Assembly to Enact Election Laws" [Columbia, SC] August 24, 1948 

3 270

"Response to the Suggestion of a Debate with Mr. Ashton Williams on States' Rights" [Columbia, SC] September 2, 1948 

3 271

"[Response to Questions Posed by the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce for Publication in the October Issue of Future Magazine];" [Columbia, SC] September 8, 1948 

3 272

"[Summary of Thurmond's Statement at the National States' Rights Democrats Campaign Convention]" Dallas, TX September 8, 1948 

3 273

"Message to Public School Teachers on Temperance Day, 1948" [Columbia, SC] September 15, 1948 

3 274

"Commending the Savings Bond County Chairmen" [Columbia, SC] September 18, 1948 

3 275

"The Merchant Marine Academy" [Columbia, SC] September 23, 1948 

3 276

"The Construction of a Natural Gas Pipeline through South Carolina" [Columbia, SC] September 24, 1948 

3 277

"Regarding the Decision by President Truman not to Accept an Invitation to Visit South Carolina" [Columbia, SC] September 28, 1948 

3 278

"Message Given on Behalf of Governor Frank Carlson, of Kansas" [Columbia, SC] September 30, 1948 

3 279

"[Summary of Thurmond's Statement at States' Rights Democratic Convention]" Baltimore, MD October 1, 1948 

4 280

"The Mission to Moscow Proposal of President Truman" [Columbia, SC] October 10, 1948 

4 281

"[Governor Thurmond, States' Rights Democratic Candidate for President, will give a Speech over Radio Station WCKY]" [Cincinnati, OH] [October 14, 1948] 

4 282

"The Future of States' Rights Democratic Movement" [South Carolina] October 15, 1948 

4 283

"Reply to Questions by United Press on the Future of the States' Rights Democratic Movement" [South Carolina] October 15, 1948 

4 284

"President Truman's Visit to North Carolina" [South Carolina] October 20, 1948 

4 285

"Concerning a Letter Written to William H. Hastie, Governor of the Virgin Islands" [South Carolina] October 25, 1948 

4 286

"Optimist Week in South Carolina" [Columbia, SC] October 26, 1948 

4 287

"[Concerning a Letter from John D. Langston Stating his intent to Support the States' Rights Democratic Ticket in the 1948 Presidential Election]" [South Carolina] October 27, 1948 

4 288

"Concerning Vote taken at Allendale High School" [South Carolina] October 28, 1948 

4 289

"On Scheduled Appearance on 'Meet The Press' Program" [South Carolina] October 29, 1948 

4 290

"The Need for Public Support of Amendment to South Carolina Constitution Limiting Pardon Power of Governor" [South Carolina] October 31, 1948 

4 291

"Urging a Heavy Vote on [Education Day], November 2" [South Carolina] November 1, 1948 

4 292

"[Appreciation for Support of Democratic Party in South Carolina]" [South Carolina] November 3, 1948 

4 293

"[Concerning Message Sent to President Truman with Regard to Election Results and Thurmond's Appreciating Southern Support in Election]" [South Carolina] November 3, 1948 

4 294

"Commending L.M. Glenn for his work as State Director of the States' Rights Democratic Campaign" [South Carolina] November 10, 1948 

4 295

"The Dedication of the New Whiteside Building of the South Carolina Baptist Hospital" [Columbia, SC] November 12,1948 

4 296

"The Establishment of Two New Commissions by the Regional Council for Education" [Columbia, SC] November 16, 1948 

4 297

"[Letter from John M. Mullen, Publisher of the South Textile News, Concerning Spartanburg County as a Leading Textile Center]" Charlotte, NC November 16, 1948 

4 298

"Concerning the Receipt of a Telegram from Horace C. Wilkinson, Chairman of the Thurmond-Wright Electors of Alabama" [Columbia, SC] November 18, 1948 

4 299

"For Publication in Special December 4 Edition of the Southern Textile News [Concerning Spartanburg County]" Columbia, SC] November 19, 1948 

4 300

"Concerning Life Insurance for use by 'The Spectator Magazine" Philadelphia, PA November 22, 1948 

4 301

"For use in Syndicated Column-'When I was a Teener'" [South Carolina] November 23, 1948 

4 302

"The Fund-Raising Campaign being Launched by Benedict College" Columbia, SC November 26, 1948 

4 303

"The Appointment of Mrs. Mary Perrin Morse, of Abbeville, South Carolina, as Clerk of Court for Abbeville County" [Columbia, SC] November 29, 1948 

4 304

"On Receipt of a Telegram from Alabama Presidential Electors Announcing Favorable Supreme Court Decisions" [South Carolina] December 6, 1948 

4 305

"[Encouraging School Administrators to take an Active Role in State Affairs]," (South Carolina Association of School Administrators) Columbia, SC December 10, 1948 

4 306

"[Report on Accomplishments and Needed Improvements in Equalizing Freight Rates]," (Freight Rate Committee, Southern Governors' Conference) Savannah, GA December 14, 1948 

4 307

"Announcing the Resignation of Mr. W. Raymond Johnson [as a Member of the South Carolina Industrial Commission]" [Columbia, SC] December 16, 1948 

4 308

"[Made] To the United Press Concerning the Proposed New State Penitentiary" [Columbia, SC] December 20, 1948 

4 309

"Extending Christmas Wishes to the People of South Carolina" [Columbia, SC] December 21, 1948 

4 310

"Concerning the Federal Court Ruling Upholding Segregation on Dining Cars" [South Carolina] [circa 1948] 

4 311

"Dedication of Radio Station WALD" Walterboro, SC [Circa 1948] 

4 312

"Concerning a Letter Received from a German Woman Desiring to find a Home in America by Marrying an American" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1948] 

4 313

"[Sweet Potato Industry in South Carolina for the Souvenir Catalog of the Sweet Potato Festival]" Orangeburg, SC [circa 1948] 

4 314

Telegrams 1948 

Box Folder

(To) Governor J. Strom Thurmond, [Donation of Dinner Boxes for States' Rights Money-Raising Dinner] [Laurens, SC] August 14, 1948 

4 315

Addresses 1949 

Box Folder

"[The Need for Raising Educational Standards in South Carolina]," (Palmetto State Teachers Association) Columbia, SC March 25, 1949 

4 316

"[Congratulations on Erecting a New Hospital and Statement Concerning the Advancement of Negroes in South Carolina]," (Testimonial Meeting for New Negro Community Hospital) Sumter, SC April 7, 1949 

4 317

(Radio),"'Band Day' Program [Congratulating the Fairfield Band Organization]," (Station WIS) Winnsboro, SC April 8, 1949 

4 318

"Dedication of New Home Office Building of the Capital Life and Health Insurance Company" Columbia, SC April 24, 1949 

4 319

"Dedication of New Reidville School" Reidville, SC April 29, 1949 

4 320

"[Concerning Economic Opportunity in South Carolina]," (Wesleyan Methodist College) Central, SC May 6, 1949 

4 321

"[Mining Possibilities in the Southeast]," (Southern Mining Association's Organization Meeting) Columbia, SC June 10, 1949 

4 322

(Radio),"[Concerning Tobacco Referendum]" Pee Dee Region, SC July 23, 1949 

4 323

(Radio),"[Accomplishments of 1949 General Assembly]" South Carolina July 25, 1949 

4 324

(Radio),"[Tobacco Industry in South Carolina]," (Radio Station WJAY, Mullins Tobacco Festival) Mullins, SC August 4, 1949 

4 325

"O'er the Ramparts We Watched," (Alabama Bar Association) Mobile, AL August 13, 1949 

4 326

"[Role of State Employees]," (South Carolina State Employees' Association) [South Carolina] September 30, 1949 

4 327

"[The Course of Human Freedom in the World]," (United Daughters of the Confederacy) Florence, SC October 21, 1949 

4 328

(Radio),"Responsible Citizenship," WARD (Radio) Spartanburg, SC November 8, 1949 

4 329

"[Introduction of Governor Gordon Browning, of Tennessee]," (South Carolina Wildlife Federation) Sumter, SC November 15, 1949 

4 330

"Americanism," (Spartanburg Junior Chamber of Commerce) Spartanburg, SC November 16, 1949 

4 331

"[Ceremony Dedicated in Memory of Departed Members]," (Elks Club) Rock Hill, SC December 4, 1949 

4 332

Articles 1949 

Box Folder

"[Progress in South Carolina during 1948]," Annual Business Edition of The Charlotte Observer Charlotte, NC January 1949 

4 333

"[Economic Opportunities in South Carolina]," Dixie News Service; Hendersonville, NC January 26, 1949 

4 334

"Farming Trends in South Carolina," The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, NC February 1949 

4 335

"Maintaining a High Employment Level in South Carolina]," Trade Union Courier, New York, NY August 11, 1949 

4 336

Press Releases 1949 

Box Folder

"[Governor and Mrs. Thurmond to Entertain at Buffet Luncheon followed by the Annual Pre-Legislative Conferences]" Columbia, SC [circa January 1949] 

4 337

"[Excerpts of a Letter from Dr. Annie D. Denmark, President of Anderson College, to Governor J. Strom Thurmond concerning a Request to Dr. Denmark to Appear before Legislative Committee On Education]" Columbia, SC January 28, 1949 

4 338

"[Letter from Dr. Marshall W. Brown to Governor Thurmond in reference to Dr. Annie Denmark's Statement concerning the Plan of Regional Education]" [Clinton, SC] January 31, 1949 

4 339

"[Letter from Carl R, gray, Jr., concerning Cancellation of Veterans' Hospital Projects in South Carolina]" [N.P.] February 4, 1949 

4 340

"[Report Received from American Red Cross concerning Red Cross Activities in South Carolina]" [South Carolina] March 11, 1949 

4 341

"[Thurmond Accepts Plaque in Honor of South Carolina's Progress in Safe Driving Instruction in the State's High Schools]" Columbia, SC October 15, 1949 

4 342

"[Miss Margaret Tompkins to Represent South Carolina as 'Princess' in the Birmingham, AL, Christmas Carnival]" Columbia, SC November 19, 1949 

4 343

Remarks 1949 

Box Folder

"[Importance of Education in Up-Building South Carolina]," (State Teachers Meeting) Columbia, SC March 18, 1949 

4 344

"[Achievements of United States Army]," ('Army Day' Program) Columbia, SC April 6, 1949 

4 345

"[Of Mrs. Fred Hirlihy on Presenting Wood Mosaic Portrait to Governor J. Strom Thurmond]," (Wofford-Citadel Football Game) Orangeburg, SC October 28, 1949 

4 346

(Radio),"[Regional Education]," (Cedric Foster's Mutual Broadcasting System Program) Biloxi, MS November 22, 1949 

4 347

Statements 1949 

Box Folder

"[Intentions to Attend the Presidential Inauguration]" [Columbia, SC] January 10, 1949 

4 348

"Annual Message to the General Assembly" Columbia, SC January 12, 1949 

4 349

"Concerning Use of a Radio Network for his Annual Address to the General Assembly" [Columbia, SC] January 12, 1949 

4 350

"Announcing the Appointment of J. Ernest Craig as Executive Secretary" [Columbia, SC] February 1, 1949 

4 351

"[Extending Greetings to Legionnaires Attending Annual Spring Rally Conference of the South Carolina Department of the American Legion]" [South Carolina] February 4, 1949 

4 352

"[Reply as to Whether Governor Thurmond Would Sign Constitutional Amendments Ratified by the General Assembly]" [Columbia, SC] February 4, 1949 

4 353

"Announcing Appointment of Representatives to American Legion Conference on Subversive Activities" [Columbia, SC] February 1949 

4 354

"[Proclamation of March 18, 1949, as 'John C. Calhoun Day' in South Carolina]" [Columbia, SC] February 7, 1949 

4 355

"[Police Protection for Ku Klux Klan Meeting in Denmark, South Carolina]" [Columbia, SC] February 8, 1949 

4 356

"Appointment of J. Russell Williams to Succeed W.L. Rhodes as a Member of the Board of Directors of The South Carolina Public Service Authority" [Columbia, SC] February 9, 1949 

4 357

"[Offering Best Wishes for Camp Fire Girls' Project]," (Camp Fire Girls, Incorporated) [South Carolina] February 10, 1949 

4 358

"Reply to Questions from Mr. Geoffrey Birt, Alabama Journal, [as to Whether or Not Governor Thurmond Would Attend a Jackson Day Dinner]" [South Carolina] February 12, 1949 

4 359

"Appointment of A.B. Taylor, of Spartanburg, to the State Forestry Commission" [Columbia, SC] February 14, 1949 

4 360

"Appointment of Warren H. Abernathy, of Spartanburg, as Administrative Assistant in Governor Thurmond's Office" [Columbia, SC] February 15, 1949 

4 361

"Appointment of Derrill B. Darby, of Walhalla, South Carolina, to Succeed Dr. R.F. Poole to the Clark's Hill Authority" [Columbia, SC] February 18, 1949 

4 362

"Construction of DuPont Plant in Camden, South Carolina," (Camden Chronicle) [South Carolina] February 21, 1949 

4 363

"Proposed Meeting of South Carolina Democrats with National Officials" [South Carolina] February 25, 1949 

4 364

"For Use by 'Good Friday Observances Committee', of Washington, DC, for 'Thoughts on Good Friday' Series," Washington Times-Herald [Washington, DC] March 1, 1949 

4 365

"[Information on South Carolina Tourism]," ( Federal Highway Tourist Guides) [South Carolina] March 5, 1949 

4 366

"The Contribution of Private Schools to Education in America" [South Carolina] March 5, 1949 

4 367

"[Congratulations to 4-H Club]" [South Carolina] March 5, 1949 

4 368

"Concerning the Interstate Commerce Commission's Denial of a Petition by the National Industrial Traffic League for Reopening of Docket 28310" [South Carolina] March 18, 1949 

4 369

"Concerning Constitutional Amendment" [Columbia, SC] March 23, 1949 

4 370

"Reply to United Press Question about Use of the Senate Filibuster Coalition to Consolidate Gains of The States' Rights Movement" [South Carolina] March 29, 1949 

4 371

"Announcing the Appointment of J. Rutledge Smith as Magistrate of Folly Island, South Carolina" [Columbia, SC] March 31, 1949 

4 372

"The Appointment of Miss Walton Jeffords to Serve as 'Miss South Carolina' at the Azalea Festival" [Columbia, SC] April 6, 1949 

4 373

"[Concerning South Carolina's Winning of the National Traffic Safety Contest]" Columbia, SC April 13, 1949 

4 374

"Upon Signaling the Divorce Procedural Act" Columbia, SC April 15, 1949 

4 375

"The Appointment of Miss Faith Clayton to the South Carolina Industrial Commission" Columbia, SC April 27, 1949 

4 376

"Response to Announcement by Senator J. Howard McGrath that Future Political Appointments Depend on Loyalty to the Truman Organization" [South Carolina] April 28, 1949 

4 377

"[Reply to Question concerning a Position on the Industrial Commission]" [Columbia, SC] May 18, 1949 

4 378

"Concerning the Pending State Confirmation of Miss Faith Clayton as Member of the South Carolina Industrial Commission" [Columbia, SC] May 21, 1949 

4 379

"Confirmation of Miss Faith Clayton's Appointment to the Industrial Commission" [Columbia, SC] May 25, 1949 

4 380

"[Concerning Proposed Reorganization of the State Board of Health for South Carolina]," (South Carolina Public Health Association Convention) Myrtle Beach, SC May 30, 1949 

4 381

"[Contribution of Radio to the Convenience and Public Welfare of the Carolinas]," (The Carolinas Radio News Directors Association) Myrtle Beach, SC June 3, 1949 

4 382

"Concerning New Amendments to the State Retirement Act" [Columbia, SC] June 3, 1949 

4 383

"Appointment of E. Thomas McGee to Succeed William C. Johnston as Member of the South Carolina Public Service Authority" [Columbia, SC] June 17, 1949 

4 384

"[Reply to Press Query Stating Intentions of Not Attending a Dinner at which Vice-President Barkley would Speak]" [Columbia, SC] June 19, 1949 

4 385

"[Congratulating South Carolina Sheriff's Association on the Intention to Publish a Directory of All South Carolina Law Enforcement Officials]" Columbia, SC June 30, 1949 

4 386

"Reply to Press Query on Reaction to Speech of Vice-President Barkley at the National Democratic Party Dinner" Columbia, SC July 1, 1949 

4 387

"Condemning the Remarks concerning Freight Rates Continued in the Report by Dr. Hoover and Dr. Ratchford Entitled 'The Impact of Federal Policies on the Economy of the South'" [South Carolina] July 16, 1949 

4 388

"Announcing Plans for Statewide Radio Broadcast concerning Accomplishments of the 1949 Session of the General Assembly" [Columbia, SC] July 23, 1949 

4 389

"Correcting Certain Press Reports of his [Thurmond] Remarks to the South Carolina Sheriff's Association concerning Movies" [South Carolina] July 29, 1949 

4 390

"Announcing Appointment of Committee to Study Revision of Drainage Laws" [Columbia, SC] August 4, 1949 

4 391

"Formal Dedication of Radio Station WDKD" Kingstree, SC August 6, 1949 

4 392

"Agricultural Advances in South Carolina," Yearbook of Jersey Breeders for North and South Carolina [South Carolina] August 11, 1949 

4 393

"On Action by National Democratic Committee Purging States' Rights Democratic Members" [Columbia, SC] August 25, 1949 

4 394

"Greeting Delegates to the American Brahman Centennial" Charleston, SC September 8, 1949 

5 395

"[Industrial Development in South Carolina]," (South Carolina Edition of) The Railroad Journal Atlanta, GA September 8, 1949 

5 396

"Announcing 'Government Day' as a feature of the American Brahman Centennial," Charletston, SC September 9, 1949 

5 397

"Utilization of South Carolina's Agricultural Resources," (Farmers' Night Kiwanis Meeting) Greer, SC September 9, 1949 

5 398

"Urging Full Support of New Recruiting of South Carolina National Guard" [Columbia, SC] September 13, 1949 

5 399

"Concerning Resolution of the City Council of Greenville, South Carolina, Decontroling Rents in Greenville Area" [Columbia, SC] September 13, 1949 

5 400

"[South Carolina Sentiments Regarding Charlotte] to be included in 'The Charlotte Story'" The Charlotte Observer Charlotte, NC September 23, 1949 

5 401

"[Need for Education concerning Alcohol]" (Temporance Day Program) [Columbia, SC] September 27, 1949 

5 402

"Appointment of Mr. Otis W. Livingston to succeed the late Jake Thomas M. Howell as Member of the South Carolina Tax Commission" [Columbia, SC] October 3, 1949 

5 403

"Announcing Telegram Indicating 5% Reduction in Workman's Compensation Insurance Rates" [Columbia, SC] October 5, 1949 

5 404

"On the Passing of J.H. Fowler, Clerk of the State Senate" [Columbia, SC] October 12, 1949 

5 405

"[Discussing Upward Trend in Textile Industry]," (The Textile South edition) Southern Textile News [South Carolina] October 15, 1949 

5 406

(Letter),"[Concerning Housing and Rent Act of 1949 and Its Effects in South Carolina]" [Columbia, SC] October 28, 1949 

5 407

"Announcing Appointment of Mr. O.L. Brady as Chief of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division" [Columbia, SC] October 29, 1949 

5 408

"Announcing Appointment of Committee to Represent South Carolina in Planning Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth" [Columbia, SC] October 29, 1949 

5 409

"[Growing Textile Industry in South Carolina]," American Wool and Cotton Reporter [South Carolina] November 8, 1949 

5 410

"On the Death of the Honorable William P. Blackwell, Secretary of State for South Carolina" [Columbia, SC] November 18, 1949 

5 411

"Report of Freight Rate Committee" (Southern Governors' Conference) Biloxi, MS November 21, 1949 

5 412

"Announcing Appointment of D.J. Bradham as Secretary of State for South Carolina" [South Carolina] November 23, 1949 

5 413

"[Review of Industrial and Agricultural Progress in South Carolina during 1949]," Annual Southern Review; [South Carolina] December 1, 1949 

5 414

"Announcing the Appointment of Mr. Wilson Harris, of Clinton, South Carolina, as Member of the Board of Regents of the South Carolina State Hospital" [Columbia, SC] December 2, 1949 

5 415

[On Establishing Freight Rates]" Columbia, SC December 2, 1949 

5 416

"[Concerning a Letter written to Ralph Sigwald, a Baritone, for Encouragement in the Final Rounds of the National Talent Contest]" [Columbia, SC] December 13, 1949 

5 417

"Urging Safety Precautions for Christmas and New Year's Holidays" [Columbia, SC] December 15, 1949 

5 418

"The Privilege of the Ballot," (for use in the South Carolina Education Association Handbook) [South Carolina] [circa 1949] 

5 419

"Resolution to Reaffirm Federal Constitutional Provisions for the Return of Fugitives from Justice to the States having Jurisdiction over Crimes Committed" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1949] 

5 420

"Announcing Appointment of R. Frank Brownlee to Succeed Wilton E. Hall as Member of the Research, Planning and Development Board" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1949] 

5 421

"[Extending Good Wishes to President Truman for a Successful Administration]" [South Carolina] [circa 1949] 

5 422

"Good Citizenship" [South Carolina] [circa 1949] 

5 423

Telegrams 1949 

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(To) Louis Johnson, Secretary of Defense, Washington, District of Columbia Abolishment of Negro Air Units [Columbia, SC] May 12, 1949 

5 424

(To) William P. Baskin, Bishopville, South Carolina"[Insisting that Governor Thurmond's Resignation as Democratic National Committeeman be Accepted by the South Carolina Democratic State Executive Committee] " [Columbia, SC] August 17, 1949 

5 425

(To) Cottonseed Conference, Memphis, Tennessee"Opposition of the Cottonseed Price Support Program" Columbia, SC September 7, 1949 

5 426

Addresses 1950 

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"[The American Red Cross]," (Annual Red Cross Meeting) Sumter, SC February 10, 1950 

5 427

"[Problems of Municipalities]," (South Carolina Municipal Association) Columbia, SC February 21, 1950 

5 428

"Dedication of Home Office of National Fidelity Insurance Company" Spartanburg, SC February 23, 1950 

5 429

"The Dangers of Federal Aid for Education," (South Carolina Education Association) Columbia, SC March 31, 1950 

5 430

"Dedicating University of South Carolina Law Building" Columbia, SC April 15, 1950 

5 431

"[Science and Industry in the South]," (Southern Association of Science and Industry) Charleston, SC May 1, 1950 

5 432

"[Opening Meeting of the United States Senate Campaign]" Lexington, SC May 23, 1950 

5 433

(Radio),"[Beginning of the United States Senate Campaign]," (WIS Radio) Columbia, SC May 23, 1950 

5 434

(Radio),"[Campaign-America's International Situation]," (WIND Radio) Orangeburg, SC May 30, 1950 

5 435

(Radio),"[Campaign Issues]," (WIS Radio) Columbia, SC (Not Used) June 6, 1950 

5 436

(Radio),"[Campaign Issues]," (WIS Radio) Columbia, SC June 6, 1950 

5 437

"[Outside Influences on Senate Campaign]," (Campaign Meeting) Chesterfield, SC June 20, 1950 

5 438

(Radio),"[Tearing Up Campaign Opponent's (Senator Olin Johnston) Public Record]," (WIS Radio) Columbia, SC June 20, 1950 

5 439

"State Finances," (Campaign Meeting) Conway, SC June 23, 1950 

5 440

"Committee Assignments," (Campaign Meeting) Kingstree, SC June 23, 1950 

5 441

(Radio),"[Campaign Issues]," (WIS Radio) Columbia, SC June 27, 1950 

5 442

"[Campaign Issues]," (Campaign Meeting) Greenville, SC June 29, 1950 

5 443

"[Campaign Issues]," (Campaign Meeting) Spartanburg, SC June 30, 1950 

5 444

"Accepting the Liberty Bell Replica" Columbia, SC July 4, 1950 

5 445

"[Campaign Issues]," (WIS Radio) Columbia, SC July 10, 1950 

5 446

"Celebrating Opening of New WBT Television Station" Charlotte, NC September 20, 1950 

5 447

(Radio),"United Nations Day," (WIS Radio) [Columbia, SC] October 17, 1950 

5 448

(Radio),"Community Chest Red Feather Campaign" [South Carolina] November 2, 1950 

5 449

"By J, Strom Thurmond, Governor of South Carolina and Chairman of the Southern Governors' Conference, at Opening of the Conference" Charleston, SC November 27, 1950 

5 450

"Industrial Development in the South," (Southern Governors' Conference) Charleston, SC November 28, 1950 

5 451

A "Dedication of New Trans-Lux Newscast Sign by Radio Station WUSN" Columbia, SC November 28, 1950 

5 451A

"[Christian Ideas and the World Today]," (World Outlook Conference, Bob Jones University) Greenville, SC December 14, 1950 

5 452

Articles 1950 

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"Our Fish and Game Situation,""Little Time for Exercise,""A Good State for Athletics,""A Bird Story," ('Guest Column' for Carter 'Scoop' Latimer) Greenville News February 17, 1950 

5 453

"O'er Its Ramparts We Watched" Oklahoma SR Newspaper [Oklahoma] March 1950 

5 454

"Progress in South Carolina State Govenment Since 1900," Spartanburg Herald-Journal Spartanburg, SC March 26, 1950 

5 455

"Farming Trends in South Carolina," Agrarian (Clemson College Student Publication) Clemson, SC May 1, 1950 

5 456

"Sumter's Iris Festival and Sequicentennial," Souvenir Program Sumter, SC May 5, 1950 

5 457

"[Growth of Textiles in South Carolina]," American Wool & Cotton Reporter (Southern Progress Edition) [South Carolina] December 1, 1950 

5 458

"Accomplishments and Record of Strom Thurmond: A Man of Courage," (Friends of Governor Thurmond) [South Carolina] [circa 1950] 

5 459

"A Time for Alertness," Listen Magazine [No Place] (Statement on Alcoholic Abstention, dated May 1, included) [circa 1950] 

5 460

Remarks 1950 

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"Opening of South Carolina Products Exposition," (Transcribed for Broadcast) Charleston, SC March 21, 1950 

5 461

Statements 1950 

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"Announcing that 'War Prisoners and Internees can File Benefit Claims beginning January 3'" [Columbia, SC] January 2, 1950 

5 462

"Confirmation by State Senator of Appointment of Miss Faith Clayton to the State Industrial Commission" [Columbia, SC] January 11, 1950 

5 463

(Radio),"Radio Broadcast Opening of Colonial Stores Scholarships Contest" [Columbia, SC] January 17, 1950 

5 464

"Annual Message to the General Assembly" Columbia, SC January 18, 1950 

5 465

"[Invitation of South Carolina Veterans from the Battle of the Bulge to Attend Dedication of the Bastogne Monument, April 18, in Belgium]" Columbia, SC January 20, 1950 

5 466

"Approval by the General Assembly of Reorganization Plan Number 2" [Columbia, SC] February 8, 1950 

5 467

"Boy Scout 40th Anniversary Meeting" Winston-Salem, NC (Read over telephone by George McNabb) February 9, 1950 

5 468

"Response to Questions as to Accuracy of Drew Pearson's Statement that he may withdraw from Senate Race " [Columbia, SC] February 13, 1950 

5 469

"Reduction of Fire Insurance Rates in South Carolina" [Columbia, SC] February 19, 1950 

5 470

"Opening of Columbia Club's Parkway Picnic Area on Camden Highway" Columbia, SC February 22, 1950 

5 471

"Paying Tribute to Henderson Advertising Agency on WFBC (Radio)" Greenville, SC February 23, 1950 

5 472

"Declaring an Emergency Forest Fire Situation in the State" [Columbia, SC] February 27, 1950 

5 473

"Publication of John C. Calhoun: American Portrait by Margaret L. Colt" [Columbia, SC] February 28, 1950 

5 474

"[Protest Sent to President Truman about Detention of 28,000 Greek Children in Communist Dominated Countries]" Columbia, SC February 28, 1950 

5 475

"Opening of 1950 Fund Campaign of the American Red Cross" [Columbia, SC] March 1, 1950 

5 476

"Announcing Appointment of Mr. E.H. Talbert to Serve as Fuel Coordinator of South Carolina during Coal Shortage Emergency" [Columbia, SC] March 2, 1950 

5 477

"Urging South Carolina Democrats to Attend Precinct Meetings" [Columbia, SC] March 7, 1950 

5 478

"Celebrating Sesquicentennial of the Establishment of the Capital" Washington, DC March 9, 1950 

5 479

"[For the Souvenir Program of the 32nd Annual Convention of the Palmetto State Teachers Association]" [Columbia, SC] March 10, 1950 

5 480

"[To be read on the] South Carolina Program of the International Radio Club," Radio Station WMBM Miami Beach, FL March 16, 1950 

5 481

"[At the Oliver General Hospital before the Congressional Investigating Committee]" Augusta, GA March 24, 1950 

5 482

"[American Legion Junior Baseball Program]" [Columbia, SC] March 24, 1950 

5 483

"Governors Opinion Survey on Overlapping State-Federal Tax Systems in New York Herald-Tribune" [New York, NY] March 29, 1950 

5 484

"[Appointed Miss Mary Fisher, of Bamberg, South Carolina, to Serve as 'Miss South Carolina' at the Azalea Festival to be held in Charleston, April 16-22]" Columbia, SC April 1950 

6 485

"[Budget Commission Ordering a Uniform Reduction in State Appropriations]" Columbia, SC April 4, 1950 

6 486

"[Comment on] President Truman's Statement that all Segregation is Discriminatory" [Columbia, SC April 13, 1950 

6 487

A "Dedicating University of South Carolina Law Building" [Columbia, SC] April 15, 1950 

6 487A

"[Upgrading Teacher's Salaries]" "Columbia, SC April 18, 1950 

6 488

"Signing Election Law" [Columbia, SC] April 20, 1950 

6 489

"Announcing his Candidacy for the United States Senate" [Columbia, SC] April, 29, 1950 

6 490

"Business Increases in the South]," (Southern Association of Sciences and Industry) Charleston, SC May 1, 1950 

6 491

"Defeat of Senator Claude Pepper by Congressman Smathers" [South Carolina] May 3, 1950 

6 492

"[Segregation in the Armed Forces]," (Campaign Meeting) McCormick, SC May 24, 1950 

6 493

"[Senator Olin Johnston first Opposed Truman but now Supports him]," (Campaign Meeting) Aiken, SC May 25, 1950 

6 494

"[Senator Olin Johnston Runs Back to Truman's Camp]," (Campaign Meeting) Barnwell, SC May 26, 1950 

6 495

"He took the Oath," (Campaign Meeting) Winnsboro, SC June 7, 1950 

6 496

"[Senator Olin Johnston goes back to Supporting President Truman]" Winnsboro, SC June 7, 1950 

6 497

"Pardon Racket," (Campaign Meeting) Charleston, SC June 8, 1950 

6 498

"Announcement of New Plant at Fountain Inn" [Columbia, SC] June 14, 1950 

6 499

"Announcement of New Addition to Limestone Mills" [Columbia, SC] June 14, 1950 

6 500

"Supreme Court Case of State of Georgia versus Pennsylvania Railway Company" [Columbia, SC] June 15, 1950 

6 501

"Announcement of New Maverick Mills Plant" [Columbia, SC] June 16, 1950 

6 502

"On Newspaper Reports of a New Snub by President Truman" [Columbia, SC] June 17, 1950 

6 503

"[Living up to Contracts]", (Campaign Meeting) Marion, SC June 22, 1950 

6 504

"For the Third Annual 'Salute to the States' Program" [Columbia, SC] June 24, 1950 

6 504A

"[Senator Olin Johnston Swinging Back and Forth Between Political Parties]," (Campaign Meeting) Laurens, SC June 26, 1950 

6 505

"[Pardon Racket during Opponent's Term as Governor]," (Campaign Meeting) Greenwood, SC June 27, 1950 

6 506

"[Public Education]," (Campaign Meeting) Abbeville, SC June 27, 1950 

6 507

"CIO Political Action Committee," (Campaign Meeting) Anderson, SC June 28, 1950 

6 508

"Taft-Hartley," (Campaign Meeting) Anderson, SC June 28, 1950 

6 509

"[Senator Olin Johnston's Influence in Washington, DC]," (campaign Meeting) Walhalla, SC June 28, 1950 

6 510

"Industrial Commission," (Campaign Meeting) Pickens, SC June 29, 1950 

6 511

"[Vote for Thurmond for the United States Senate]" [South Carolina]: [circa July 11, 1950] 

6 512

"[Comment on] the Democratic Primary held on July 11, 1950" [South Carolina] July 12, 1950 

6 513

"Announcement of Reactivation of Fort Jackson" [Columbia, SC] July 15, 1950 

6 514

"Civil Defense" [Columbia, SC] July 18, 1950 

6 515

"Investigation of Ku Klux Klan Parade at Myrtle Beach" [Columbia, SC] August 26, 1950 

6 516

"Announcing Appointment of Fulton B. Creech, of Sumter, to the South Carolina Forestry Commission" [Columbia, SC] September 1, 1950 

6 517

"Furnishing Assistance to the Sheriff of Greenville County to Preserve the Peace at Woodside Mills" [Columbia, SC] September 7, 1950 

6 518

"Miss Betsy Barbara Thomas, of Spartanburg, to be 'Princess of South Carolina' at Third Annual National Seafood Festival, in Hampton, Virginia, September 14-16" [Columbia, SC] September 10, 1950 

6 519

"Financial Condition of the State [South Carolina]" [Columbia, SC] September 19, 1950 

6 520

"[Comment on American Bar Association's Idea of Lawyers Filing Affidavits Saying they are Not Communists]" [Columbia, SC] September 21, 1950 

6 521

"Adoption of Merit System by State Highway Department" [Columbia, SC] September 22, 1950 

6 522

"Commenting on 'Crusade for Freedom'" [Columbia, SC] September 27, 1950 

6 523

"Need for Bringing Out the Facts Concerning the Proposed Increase in Telephone rates" [Columbia, SC] September 29, 1950 

6 524

"Commenting on 'Singspiration Rallies' Sponsored by Billy Graham Men's Club of Columbia " [Columbia, SC] September 29, 1950 

6 525

"[Comment on] President Truman's Remarks about James F. Byrnes" [Columbia, SC] September 29, 1950 

6 526

"Announcing Plans for the 1950 Southern Governors' Conference at Charleston, South Carolina, November 26-28" [Columbia, SC] October 3, 1950 

6 527

"Thirteenth Annual South Carolina Statewide Safety Conference" [Columbia, SC] October 12, 1950 

6 528

"Announcing Appointment of John A. Stokes, as Sheriff of Darlington County, to Succeed W.E. Bryant who Resigned" [Columbia, SC] October 18, 1950 

6 529

"South Carolina White House on Children and Youth [Booklet]" [South Carolina] October 26, 1950 

6 530

"Urging Voters to Approve Proposed Statewide Constitutional Amendments on November 7th General Election" [Columbia, SC] October 31, 1950 

6 531

"Announcing Appointment of State Fulbright Scholarship Committee" [Columbia, SC] November 1, 1950 

6 532

"[Meeting of the Greater Columbia Community Chest Federation]" [Columbia, SC] November 6, 1950 

6 533

"Endorsing Educational Program of South Carolina Aeronautics Commission" [Columbia, SC] November 6, 1950 

6 534

"South Carolina Conference of Social Work" Columbia, SC November 8, 1950 

6 535

"Announcing the Appointment of C.C. Pearce, Jr., as a Member of the South Carolina State Ports Authority" [Columbia, SC] November 14, 1950 

6 536

"Celebration of Thanksgiving Day" [Columbia, SC] November 23, 1950 

6 537

"Appointments by Governor Thurmond [to various State Positions]" Columbia, SC December 14, 1950 

6 538

"Urging Extra Caution to Help Reduce Accidents at Christmas Time" [Columbia, SC] December 16, 1950 

6 539

"[Thurmond] Announcing His Plans for after Expiration of His Term" [Columbia, SC] December 18, 1950 

6 540

"[Visiting Clearwater]," Clearwater Sun (Special Edition) Clearwater, FL [circa 1950] 

6 541

"[Annual Message to the General Assembly to be on Statewide Radio]" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1950] 

6 542

"[Greetings to the Disabled American Veterans Annual Convention]" Greenville, SC [circa 1950] 

6 543

"Segregation in the Armed Forces" Spartanburg, SC [circa 1950] 

6 544

"[Campaign Issues]" [Columbia, SC] [circa 1950] 

6 545

"[Campaign Issues]" [South Carolina] [circa 1950] 

6 546

"[South Carolina's Growth]" [South Carolina] [circa 1950] 

6 547

Telegrams 1950 

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[To] Governor Thurmond, in Columbia, 'Extending Congratulations to Thurmond, the State of South Carolina, and Lieutenant J.P. Strom and Officer D.A. Roberts of the Law Enforcement Division of the States Constabularies" [South Carolina] January 23, 1950 

6 548

[To] Senator Olin D. Johnston, in Columbia, South Carolina,"Congratulations on Winning Another Six-Year Term July 12, 1950 

6 549

Addresses 1951 

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"Annual Message to the General Assembly" Columbia, SC January 10, 1951 

6 550

"If America is to Remain Free," (Reserve Officers Association of the United States) Greenville, SC May 29, 1951 

6 551

"Biography of Strom Thurmond," (First Version) Columbia, SC [circa 1951] 

6 552

"Biography of Strom Thurmond," (Second Version) Columbia, SC [circa 1951] 

6 553

Articles 1951 

Box Folder

"Colonel J. Strom Thurmond for National President," Department of South Carolina, Reserve Officers Association of the United States Columbia, SC April 28, 1951 

6 554

Addresses 1952 

Box Folder

"Permanent Preparedness," (American Legion Spring Rally) Columbia, SC March 24, 1952 

6 555

"The Back Road to Socialism," (Supervisory Personnel of Abbeville Mills) Greenwood, SC October 17, 1952 

6 556

Statements 1952 

Box Folder

"Excerpts [on States' Rights] from Edgar Brown to Mr. J.O. Ouzts, of Johnston, South Carolina" Columbia, SC; (See October 28, 1954 Statement) September 17, 1952 

6 557

Addresses 1954 

Box Folder

"Report for Army Affairs," (Reserve Officers Association of the United States) Omaha, NE June 17, 1954 

6 558

"[Communism Threatens the World]" Gaffney, SC September 14, 1954 

6 559

"[Rights of the Democratic Voters to Nominate Their Office Holders]" Sumter, SC October 5, 1954 

6 560

"[Rights of the Democratic Voters to Nominate Their Office Holders]" Florence, SC October 8, 1954 

6 561

"[Political Machines in South Carolina]" Seneca, SC October 23, 1954 

6 562

"[The Right to Vote for One's Candidate]" Laurens, SC October 26, 1954 

6 563

"[The Right to Vote]," (Script for Gren Seibels Program) [South Carolina] November 1, 1954 

6 564

"[Write-In Strom Thurmond for the United States Senate]" Spartanburg, SC 1954 

6 565

"[Thurmond's Accomplishments as Governor of South Carolina]" [South Carolina] 1954 

6 566

"[The Right of Voters to Nominate Their Candidate]" [South Carolina] 1954 

6 567

"[The Right to Vote for Their Public Officials]" [Greenville, SC] [1954] 

6 568

(Radio),"[Vote for Strom Thurmond for the United States Senate]" [South Carolina] 1954 

6 569

(Radio),"One Minute Spot Announcement [Vote for Strom Thurmond for the United States Senate]" [South Carolina] 1954 

6 570

Articles 1954 

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"Let Reserve Officers Continue to Hold High the Torch," The Reserve Officer; [Washington, DC] August 1954 

6 571

"This I Believe," The Reserve Officer; [Washington, DC] August 1954 

6 572

Press Releases 1954 

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[Thurmond's First Week of Campaigning for the United States Senate] [South Carolina] September 20, 1954 

6 573

[Thurmond Blasts National Democratic Party Chairman Stephen Mitchell] [South Carolina] October 11, 1954 

6 574

[Four Legal Methods could have been Used to Select a New United States Senator after the Late Burnet Maybank] [South Carolina] October 17, 1954 

6 575

[Governor James F. Byrnes Supports Thurmond for the United States Senate] [South Carolina] October 25, 1954 

6 576

[(Senator-Elect) Thurmond Announces Appointees Will Join His Washington Staff] South Carolina December 4, 1954 

6 577

[The Right to Vote for One's Preferred Candidate] South Carolina 1954 

6 578

[Letter to Mrs. Claude Martin Canceling his part on the League of Women Voters Debate in Spartanburg, South Carolina] South Carolina 1954 

6 579

Speeches 1954 

Box Folder

(Television),"[Blocking the Voters' Right to Nominate Their Candidates]" [South Carolina] November 1, 1954 

6 580

Statements 1954 

Box Folder

"[Reserve Officers Personnel Act]," (Reserve Forces Policy Board) [Washington, DC] July 14, 1954 

7 581

"The Reserve Officer Personnel Act," (Armed Services Senate Committee) Washington, DC July 20, 1954 

7 582

"[The Democratic National Committee Supports Edgar Brown for United States Senate (South Carolina)]," [South Carolina] September 9, 1954 

7 583

"[The Right to Vote for One's Preferred Candidate]" [Gaffney, SC] September 14, 1954 

7 584

"[Thurmond Agrees that there should be a Democratic Primary]" [South Carolina] September 15, 1954 

7 585

"[Tribute to the Late Senator Burnet Rhett Maybank]" Charleston, SC September 16, 1954 

7 586

"[Thurmond to Resign After Two Years in the Senate so the People can Elect a New Candidate in the 1956 Primary]" [South Carolina] (See 1954 Statement) September 18, 1954 

7 587

"[Thurmond's Comment on Mr. Bennett's Statement concerning the Election Law]" [South Carolina] September 23, 1954 

7 588

"[Voters should be Allowed to Vote for Their Candidates]," (Junior Chamber of Commerce) Spartanburg, SC September 29, 1954 

7 589

"[Arranging for Democratic Debate]," ( The State) Columbia, SC October 3, 1954 

7 590

"[The Voters Right to Elect Their Preferred Candidates in Primary Elections]" [South Carolina] October 6, 1954 

7 591

"[Thurmond would not be the State Executive Committee's Nominee in the Senate Race]" [South Carolina] October 20, 1954 

7 592

(Television),"[The Right to Vote for Candidate in Primary Elections]" [South Carolina] October 25, 1954 

7 593

"[Thurmond says he would Improve Farming Conditions if Elected Senator]" [South Carolina] October 27, 1954 

7 594

"[Thurmond Declares to be True the Idea that Edgar Brown Supported the States' Rights Movements]" [South Carolina] (See September 17, 1952 Statement) October 28, 1954 

7 595

"[Vote for Thurmond for the United States Senate]," ( Augusta Chronicle) Augusta, GA October 30, 1954 

7 596

"[Thurmond Thanks the Voters for Electing him to the Senate]" [South Carolina] November 2, 1954 

7 597

"[Thurmond's Comment on the Voting Incident in Barnwell County]" [South Carolina] November 2, 1954 

7 598

"[Thurmond's Appreciation for his Friend's Support in the Campaign]" [South Carolina] November 3, 1954 

7 599

"[The Right to Nominate the Candidate of One's Choice in a Primary Election]" [South Carolina] 1954 

7 600

"[Thurmond Opposes Campaign of False Accusations and Mud Slinging]" [South Carolina] 1954 

7 601

"[Thurmond Promises to Resign from the Senate if Elected to Allow Primary Election to take place]" [South Carolina] (See September 18, 1954 Statement) 1954 

7 602

Addresses and Statements 1955 

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(List) [Washington, DC] 1955 

7 603

Addresses 1955 

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"The 1955 Model South," (The Southern Society) New York, NY January 14, 1955 

7 604

"The Constitution and the Supreme Court," (Virginia State Bar Association) White Sulfur Springs, WV August 6, 1955 

7 605

Articles 1955 

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"The President's New Military Reserve Plan," Congressional Digest; Washington, DC April 1955 

7 606

Reports to the People 1955 

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"Strom Thurmond Reports to the People" Washington, DC March-August 1955 

7 607

Addresses and Statements 1956 

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(List) [Washington, DC] 1956 

7 608

Addresses 1956 

Box Folder

"[Declaration of Constitutional Principles Regarding the Supreme Court Segregation Decision of May 17, 1954]," (United States Senate) [Washington, DC] March 12, 1956 

7 609

Articles 1956 

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"Southern Spark Sets It Off: Debate Gets Hotter Over Mixed Schools," U.S. News and World Reports; [Chicago, IL] March 23, 1956 

7 610

"Thurmond Charts Five-Point Plan for Restoring State Powers," South (The News Magazine of Dixie) Birmingham, AL July 2, 1956 

7 611

Reports to the People 1956 

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"Strom Thurmond Reports to the People" Washington, DC January-April, 1956 

7 612

Addresses and Statements 1957 

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(Lists) [Washington, DC] 1957 

7 613

Addresses 1957 

Box Folder

"Civil Affairs Military Government in the Atomic Age," (Military Government Association, Fort McNair) Washington, DC June 18, 1957 

7 614

"[Thurmond Opposes the Civil Rights Bill]," (State Convention of United Daughters of the Confederacy, Winthrop College) Rock Hill, SC October 17, 1957 

7 615

"Constitutional Government," (Harvard Law School Forum) Cambridge, MA December 6, 1957 

7 616

"[Opposition to Consideration of the So-Called Civil Rights Bill]," (United States Senate) Washington, DC July 11, 1957 

7 617

Articles 1957 

Box Folder

"The Law which Created the South Carolina Soil Conservation Districts," (publication unknown) [South Carolina] April 3, 1957 

7 618

"Do We Need Federal Aid for Education?" The American Forum; Washington, DC April 14, 1957 

7 619

"The Reserve Program," The Officer [Washington, DC] October 1957 

7 620

Press Releases 1957 

Box Folder

Thurmond's Statement Before the Judiciary Subcommittee of the House of Representatives in Opposition to Pending Civil Rights Bill [Washington, DC] February 21, 1957 

7 621

Public Hearings on Proposals for GI Peacetime Benefits Washington, DC March 5, 1957 

7 622

Statements 1957 

Box Folder

"Thurmond's Bill, Senate 4, which would Prohibit the Service and Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages on Airplanes" Washington, DC February 11, 1957 

7 623

"Introduction of a Resolution for Revision of the Electoral System," (United States Senate) Washington, DC June 24, 1957 

7 624

Addresses and Statements 1958 

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(List) [Washington, DC] 1958 

7 625

Addresses 1958 

Box Folder

"[Current Threats to American Freedom]," (Greenville County Medical Society) Greenville, SC January 16, 1958 

7 626

"Civil Affairs Military Government [CAMG] and the Problem of Survival," (The Connecticut CAMG Units) New Haven, CT January 24, 1958 

7 627

"National Security," (American Legion Auxiliary) Washington, DC February 6, 1958 

7 628

"The Most Under-Rated Quality," (Senate Prayer Group) Washington, DC March 19, 1958 

7 629

"Federal Usurpation," (The Citadel) Charleston, SC March 29, 1958 

7 630

"[Appreciation Night for Four Businessmen]," (Lions Club) Laurens, SC April 8, 1958 

7 631

"Ceremonies for Unveiling Historical Marker on 'Farm Day' of Calhoun County's Golden Jubilee Celebration' St. Matthews, SC May 10, 1958 

7 632

"Ground-Breaking Ceremonies for New Steam Generating Plant of Carolina Power and Light Company" Hartsville, SC. (See June 18, 1960 Article) May 30, 1958 

7 633

"[Foreign Aid]," (Poultry Festival of the South Carolina Poultry Improvement Association) Batesburg-Leesville, SC June 11, 1958 

7 634

"[Thurmond Proposes a Four-Point Trade Program]," (Southern Garment Manufacturers Association) Miami Beach, FL June 25, 1958 

7 635

"The Long Road to Faith," (Senate Prayer Group) Washington, DC August 6, 1958 

7 636

"[Socialism]," (The Young Executives Club) Rock Hill, SC October 9, 1958 

7 637

"[The Supreme Court and Socialism]," (Rally of Pee Dee Area Citizens Councils) Olanta, SC. (See October 14, 1958 Article) October 14, 1958 

7 638

"Federal Seizure of Power," (University of South Carolina Law School) Columbia, SC November 6, 1958 

7 639

"[The Executive Branch of the Federal Government]," (Rotary Convention) Columbia, SC December 1, 1958 

8 640

(Radio), "[The Danger of Complacency and Socialism in Our Country]," (Manion Forum of the Air) South Bend, IN December 14, 1958 

8 641

"[Attacks on Our Constitutional Form of Government]" [South Carolina] [circa 1958] 

8 642

Addresses on the Senate Floor 1958 

Box Folder

"Introducing Resolution to Establish a Commission on Federal and State Jurisdiction," (United States Senate (USS)) Washington, DC January 20, 1958 

8 643

"[Opposing HR 7999 on Alaskan Statehood]," (USS) Washington, DC June 1958 

8 644

"[Concerning the] Petition of National Cotton Council to Secretary of Agriculture for Relief Against Manufactured Textiles under Section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act," (USS) Washington, DC. (See circa 1959 Addresses on the Senate Floor) [circa 1958] 

8 645

Articles 1958 

Box Folder

"CAMG [Civil Affairs Military Government] Combat Support Axioms," Military Review [Fort Leavenworth, KS]. (See January 1959 Article) January 1958 

8 646

"Constitutional Government: Constitution must be Upheld in Its Entirety, Not in a Selective Fashion," (Harvard Law School Forum) & Vital Speeches of the Day; Cambridge, MA & New York, NY January 15, 1958 

8 647

"States' Rights versus Federal Tyranny," Harvard Fortnightly; [Cambridge, MA]. (See June 1959 Article) March 21, 1958 

8 648

"CAMG [Civil Affairs Military Government] Operations in Atomic Age Warfare," The Army Reserve; Washington, DC April-May 1958 

8 649

"Freedom of Initiative," The Dan Smoot Report; Dallas, TX June 16, 1958 

8 650

"Senator Thurmond Lashes Out Against Present Foreign Trade and Aid Programs," Southern Garment Manufacturer [South Carolina] July 21, 1958 

8 651

"The Leftward March of the Congress: Socialism Preferred," Vital Speeches of the Day New York, NY October 9, 1958 

8 652

Press Releases 1958 

Box Folder

The Address Before the Pee Dee Area Citizens Councils at Olanta, South Carolina Olanta, SC. (See October 14, 1958 Address) October 14, 1958 

8 653

Reports to the People 1958 

Box Folder

'Strom Thurmond Reports to the People" Washington, DC January-September 1958 

8 654

Statements 1958 

Box Folder

"On Limiting the Appellate Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court (Senate 2646) Before the Internal Security Subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee" Washington, DC February 27, 1958 

8 655

"Summary on the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Bill of 1958" [Washington, DC] June 19, 1958 

8 656

Statements on the Senate Floor 1958 

Box Folder

"[Opposing Senate 3683 which Gives Federal Money to Various Areas to Improve their Economic Welfare]," (United States Senate) Washington, DC May 13, 1958 

8 657

"[Commenting on] Recent Remarks by Former Senator Herbert Lehman on Segregation and Foreign Relations," (USS) Washington, DC May 22, 1958 

8 658

"Thurmond's Comments on Foreign Aid Bill, HR 12181," (USS) Washington, DC June 4, 1958 

6 659

"[Opposing the] District of Columbia Home Rule Bill," (USS) Washington, DC August 1958 

8 660

Addresses and Statements 1959 

Box Folder

(List) [Washington, DC] 1959 

8 661

Addresses 1959 

Box Folder

"[Attacks on Our Constitutional Government]," (36th Annual Convention of the South Carolina Association of Launderers and Cleaners) Greenville, SC January 31, 1959 

8 662

"[Hardwood Plywood Industry, the National Defense and the Federal Fiscal Policy]," (Hardwood Plywood Institution Convention) Washington, DC. (See April 14, 1959 Statement) February 19, 1959 

8 663

"[The Recently Passed Legislation of Congress and the Issues it will Trace after the Recess]," (Camden Chamber of Commerce) Camden, SC. (See April 3, 1959 Press Release) April 3, 1958 

8 664

"Our Changing Nation," (Political Emphasis Week at Presbyterian College); Clinton, SC. (See April 10, 1959 Press Release) April 10, 1959 

8 665

"Humility-The Trait That Set [Robert E.] Lee Apart," (Senate Prayer Group) Washington, DC April 29, 1959 

8 666

"Dedication of the Confederate Museum" Front Royal, VA. (See June 28, 1959 Press Release) June 28, 1959 

8 667

"[Problems of the National Defense]," (Association of the United States Army) Columbia, SC. (See November 18, 1959 Press Release) November 18, 1959 

8 668

"[Improving and Protecting America's National Defense]," (Association of the United States Army) Augusta, GA December 11, 1959 

8 669

Addresses on the Senate Floor 1959 

Box Folder

"[Opposing] Senate Resolution 5 which would Amend Rule XXII of the Senate Standing Rules]," (USS) Washington, DC January 12, 1959 

8 670

"Proposed Extension of the Civil Rights Commission," (USS) Washington, DC September 14, 1959 

8 671

"The Petition of the National Cotton Council to the Secretary of Agriculture for Relief Against Manufactured Textiles under Section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act," (USS) Washington, DC. (See circa 1958 Address on the Senate Floor) [circa 1959] 

8 672

Articles 1959 

Box Folder

"CAMG [Civil Affairs Military Government] Combat Support Axioms," Military Review; Fort Leavenworth, KS. (See January 1958 Article) January 1959 

8 673

"CAMG Combat Support Axioms," Military Government Journal and News Letter; Alexandria, VA January-February 1959 

8 674

"[Opposing the Redevelopment Bill]," Congressional Digest; Washington, DC February 1959 

8 675

"Is Federal Aid to Education Necessary?" The American Forum; Washington, DC May 12, 1959 

8 676

"States' Rights versus Federal Tyranny," National Republic; Washington, DC. (See March 21, 1958 Article) June 1959 

8 677

"G5: The Mission of the Civil Affairs Division," Army Magazine; Washington, DC November 1959 

8 678

Press Releases 1959 

Box Folder

[Thurmond Gives Address to the Camden Chamber of Commerce] Camden, SC; (See April 3, 1959 Address) April 3, 1959 

8 679

[Thurmond Gives an Address on 'Our Changing Nation' for Political Emphasis Week at Presbyterian College] Clinton, SC. (See April 10, 1959 Address) April 10, 1959 

8 680

[Thurmond Gives Address at the Dedication of the Confederate Museum at Front Royal, Virginia]. (See June 28, 1959 Address) June 28, 1959 

8 681

[Thurmond's Move to Counter the United States Supreme Court's Decision in the Greene versus McElroy Case which Invalidated the Nation's Industrial Security Program by Introducing the Senate 2314 Bill which would Establish a New Program] Washington, DC July 1, 1959 

8 682

[Thurmond Gives Address on Defense Needs to the Association of the United States Army in Columbia, South Carolina] Columbia, SC. (See November 18, 1959 Address) November 18, 1959 

8 683

Statements 1959 

Box Folder

"Rental of Acreage Allotments," (Senate Agricultural Committee) Washington, DC February 25, 1959 

8 684

"[Thurmond Commenting on Civil Rights Proposals], (Constitutional Rights Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee) Washington, DC March 18, 1959 

8 685

"[The Issues Facing the Senate Subcommittee Studying the Domestic Textile Industry]," (American Cotton Manufacturers Institute) West Palm Beach, FL March 21, 1959 

8 686

"The Hardwood Plywood Industries Escape Clause Case," (United States Tariff Commission) Washington, DC. (See February 19, 1959 Address) April 14, 1959 

8 687

"[Increasing Railroad Workers' Benefits under the Senate 3/3 Bill]" Washington, DC [circa 1959] 

8 688

"Summary of the Kennedy-Ervin Labor Reform Act" (United States Senate) Washington, DC [circa 1959] 

8 689

Statements on the Senate Floor 1959 

Box Folder

"[Opposing the Motion That the Senate should Proceed under 'General Parliamentary Law' or 'Robert's Rule of Order']," (USS) Washington, DC January 1959 

8 690

"Introduction of the Supreme Court Justice Qualification Bill," (USS) Washington, DC January 29, 1959 

8 691

"[Opposing the] Amendments to Strike the Public Housing Section from the Senate 57 [Bill would Provide Low-Rent Housing]," (United States Senate); Washington, DC February 4, 1959 

8 692

"The Introduction of the Resolution for Change in Appropriations Procedure," (USS) Washington, DC February 17, 1959 

8 693

"[Supporting the] Confirmation of the Nomination of Lewis L. Strauss to be the Secretary of Commerce," (USS) Washington, DC June 5, 1959 

8 694

Addresses 1960 

Box Folder

"Campaign for Re-nomination to United States Senate" Columbia, SC May 6, 1960 

8 695

"Future Role of Civil Affairs in Combat," (Advanced Officers Class of the United States Army Civil Affairs School) Fort Gordon, GA May 7, 1960 

8 696

"[Rededication of Winthrop College]" Rock Hill, SC May 28, 1960 

8 697

"[Receipt of Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree]," (Annual Alumni Banquet, Presbyterian College) Clinton, SC June 4, 1960 

8 698

"[Thurmond Defends America's Capitalist System]," (Dedication of Carolina Power and Light Company's Generating Plant) Hartsville, SC June 18, 1960 

8 699

"[Expansion and Development of National Defense]," (Given before the National Security Commission of the American Legion at Exhibition Hall) Miami, FL October 15, 1960 

8 700

"The Future Role of Civil Affairs" [South Carolina] [1960] 

8 701

Addresses on the Senate Floor 1960 

Box Folder

"In Opposition to Proposed Constitutional Amendment on Poll Tax," (USS) Washington, DC January 1960 

9 702

"Javits Amendment for Statuary Abolition of Poll Tax," (USS) Washington, DC January 1960 

9 703

"The Introduction of an Amendment to Prohibit Political Contributions and Expenditures by Labor Unions," (USS) Washington, DC January 21, 1960 

9 704

"Against Federal Aid to Education Proposals," (USS) Washington, DC February 4, 1960 

9 705

"The Impact of Textile Imports," (USS) Washington, DC February 24, 1960 

9 706

"Political Motivations of Civil Rights Legislation and Northern versus Southern System of Segregation," (USS) Washington, DC April 1, 1960 

9 707

"[Concerning HR 12580, the Medical Benefits for the Aged Bill," (USS) Washington, DC August 23, 1960 

9 708

Articles 1960 

Box Folder

"The Controversy Over the NDEA [National Defense Education Act] Loyalty Provision," Congressional Digest Washington, DC April 1960 

9 709

"Progress of the Pee Dee Area [Capitalism and the Welfare State]," Carolina Power and Light Company; Hartsville, SC. (See May 30, 1958 Address) June 18, 1960 

9 710

"[The American Economic System Threatened]," Spotlight (Carolina Power and Light Company) Hartsville, SC July 1960 

9 711

Press Releases 1960 

Box Folder

[Textile Import Problems] Washington, DC February 24, 1960 

9 712

The South's Position on Segregation Washington, DC April 1, 1960 

9 713

Film clip of Senator Thurmond and South Carolina 4-H Clubbers; Washington, DC April 28, 1960 

9 714

[Fight Against 'Civil Rights' Legislation] Columbia, SC May 6, 1960 

9 715

Campaign for Re-nomination to the United States Senate Greenwood, SC May 7, 1960 

9 716

[Campaign for Re-nomination to the United States Senate in the South Carolina Democratic Primary Election]; Florence, SC May 20, 1960 

9 717

[The Cold War and National Defense (Re-election Campaign); Charleston, SC May 21, 1960 

9 718

[Re-election Campaign Speech on National Defense, the Civil Rights Issue and Low Wage Textile Imports] Greenville, SC June 3, 1960 

9 719

[Civil Rights] Spartanburg, SC June 4, 1960 

9 720

Re-election Campaign Speech on Compulsive Federal Spending and Compulsory Federal Integration of the Races Barnwell, SC June 6, 1960 

9 721

[Against the Forand Proposal], (Old Age Medical Benefits); Washington, SC August 23, 1960 

9 722

Prospects for Disarmament; Tokyo, Japan. (See September 26-October 7, 1960 Statement) October 4, 1960 

9 723

[Against the Forces of Socialism] Washington, DC November 10, 1960 

9 724

Support of Electoral College Reform]; Washington, DC. (See March 2, 1961 Address) November 15, 1960 

9 725

My Creed; Washington, DC [circa 1960] 

9 726

Reports to the People 1960 

Box Folder

"Strom Thurmond Report to the People;" Washington, DC January-September 1960 

9 727

Speeches 1960 

Box Folder

"Analysis of 1960 Democratic Platform" [Washington, DC] July 24, 1960 

9 728

Statements 1960 

Box Folder

"In Opposition to Senate 2643 to Permit Common Situs Picketing" Washington, DC June 28, 1960 

9 729

"Prospects for Disarmament" Tokyo, Japan. (See October 4, 1960 Press Release) September 26-October 7, 1960 

9 730

Statements on the Senate Floor 1960 

Box Folder

"Senate Resolution 94 (Repeal of the Connally Reservation to the World Court Treaty," (USS) Washington, DC February 22, 1960 

9 731

"[Prejudice Against the South]," (USS) Washington, DC February 23, 1960 

9 732

"The Petition for Cloture under Section 22 of Senate Rules," (USS); Washington, DC March 10, 1960 

9 733

"Comment on Proposed Legislation Amending Internal Revenue Code so as to Allow Deductions for Medical Assistance to Parents over Sixty-Five," (USS) Washington, DC May 11, 1960 

9 734

"[The Eruption of Riots during the House Subcommittee Hearings on Un-American Activities]," (USS); Washington, DC May 17, 1960 

9 735

"Introduction of Concurrent Resolution on the Modification of Concessions made by the United States on Wilton and Velvet Carpets over the Provisions of Article XXVIII of the General Agreement for Trade and Tariffs (GATT)," (USS); Washington, DC July 2, 1960 

9 736

"Opposition to HR 8860 [Domestic Production of Lead and Zinc]," (USS); Washington, DC August 19, 1960 

9 737

"[The Impact of Imports on the American Carpet Industries]," (United States Senate); Washington, DC September 1, 1960 

9 738

Addresses 1961 

Box Folder

"[The Effectiveness of a Constitutional Government]," (To Conservative Citizens Committee) Minneapolis, MN January 13, 1961 

9 739

"[Conservation-Our Survival]," (Jasper County Chamber of Commerce); Ridgeland, SC January 27, 1961 

9 740

"The Road to Utopia-A Fools Parade," (Yale Political Union, Yale University); New Haven, CT. (See February 17, 1961 Article) February 17, 1961 

9 741

"The Political Significance of the Inauguration of Jefferson Davis as President of the Confederate States of America," (The Political Study Club of Washington, DC); Washington, DC February 18, 1961 

9 742

"Quality is the Answer-The Rule of the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) in the Supreme Contest of Our Times," (The National Security Commission of the American Legion); Washington, DC March 1, 1961 

9 743

(TV-Radio Interview), "[Concerning Electoral College Reform]," (Citizens Council Forum); [Washington, DC]. (See November 15, 1960 Press Release) March 2, 1961 

9 744

"Our Nation and God," (Senate Prayer Group) Washington, DC March 8, 1961 

9 745

(Radio), "[Our Economic System]," (Martha Roundtree's 'Capital Closeup') Washington, DC March 16, 1961 

9 746

"The Most Under-Rated Quality," (ICL Fireside Group); [Washington, DC] March 28, 1961 

9 747

(Radio), "[Capitalism-Our Economic and Political System]," (Manion Forum of the Air) [South Bend, IN] April 6, 1961 

9 748

"To Ensure Domestic Tranquility... and... Liberty," (Civil War Centennial Commission) Charleston, SC April 11, 1961 

9 749

"[Capitalism-Our Economic System]," (Congress of Freedom Incorporated) Washington, DC April 13, 1961 

9 750

"The Line of Demarcation," (Life Insurers Conference); Miami Beach, FL April 15, 1961 

9 751

(Telephone), "Military Policy for Adequate National Security," (500 Officers at the Reserve Officers Association (ROA) Memorial Building Fund Drive Kick-Off at Fort Jackson, South Carolina); [Washington, DC] April 19, 1961 

9 752

"Jefferson Davis and the South's Struggle for Self Rule," (The Jackson's Citizens Council) Jackson, MS April 22, 1961 

9 753

"The Purpose of Government," (Student Body of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology); Cambridge, MA April 28, 1961 

9 754

"[Capitalism-Our Economic System]," (Young Americans for Freedom); Washington, DC May 10, 1961 

9 755

"[The Principal Purpose of Our Government]," (The Southern States' Industrial Council) Sea Island, GA May 30, 1961 

9 755A

(Radio), "Muzzling the Military on Anti-Communist Statements and Seminars," (Manion Forum of the Air) [South Bend, IN] August 15, 1961 

9 756

"Encounters with Emotions," (The Senate Prayer Breakfast Group) Washington, DC September 13, 1961 

9 757

"The Right to Know Our Enemy," (Freedom Week Series) Rockford, IL October 5, 1961 

9 758

"Black-Out at the Pentagon," (Indianapolis Conservative Club) Indianapolis, IN October 6, 1961 

9 759

(Outline), "What does a Communist Believe?" [Washington, DC] [circa November 1961] 

9 760

(Outline), "Our Achilles Heel-The State Department;" [Washington, DC] [circa November 1961] 

9 761

(Outline), "What is Communism?" [Washington, DC] [circa November 1961] 

9 762

(Outline), "Why Promote Communism?" [Washington, DC] [circa November 1961] 

9 763

(Outline), "The Right to Know Our Enemy;" [Washington, DC] [circa November 1961] 

9 764

(Radio), "Holiday Safety Messages," (Clemson College Student Body); Clemson, SC November 17, 1961 

9 765

(Outline), "The New Frontier on Five Fronts;" [Washington, DC] [circa 1961] 

9 766

Addresses on the Senate Floor 1961 

Box Folder

"In Opposition to Proposed Changes in Rule XXII," (USS); Washington, DC January 11, 1961 

9 767

"In Opposition to Proposed Changes in Rule XXII," (USS); Washington, DC January 11, 1961 

9 768

"The Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Threat and Defense," (The Nike Zeus Missile Program, USS) Washington, DC. (See February 23, 1961 Press Release) February 2, 1961 

10 769

"The Achievements of the First United States Army of World War II," (USS); Washington, DC March 9, 1961 

10 770

"[Senate Textile Subcommittee Report]," (USS); Washington, DC March 21, 1961 

10 771

"Proposing Establishment of Bicycle Paths by States and Cities," (USS) Washington, DC March 24, 1961 

10 772

"Opposition to Senate 1021, the Federal Aid to Education Bill," (USS); Washington, DC May 25, 1961 

10 773

"Commemorating Flag Day and the 186th Birthday of the United States Army," (USS) Washington, DC June 14, 1961 

10 774

"Military Anti-Communist Seminars and Statements," (USS); Washington, DC July 26, 1961 

10 775

"[Referring to] Testimony by Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara before the Senate Armed Forces Committee on Senate Resolution 191 (an Investigation into Pentagon Restrictions on Anti-Communist Statements and Seminars)," (USS); Washington, DC September 18, 1961 

10 776

"Opposition to Proposed Changes in Rule XXII (Freedom of Debates)," (USS); Washington, DC September 18, 1961 

10 777

Articles 1961 

Box Folder

"Why I Established the Jean Crouch Thurmond Scholarship Fund at Winthrop College," Winthrop Alumnae News; Rock Hill, SC January 16, 1961 

10 778

"The Road to Utopia (Yale Political Union, Yale University)," Vital Speeches of the Day; New York, NY. (See February 17, 1961 Address) February 17, 1961 

10 779

"[Senators Urge President Kennedy to Impose Import Quotas on Low Wage Textile Imports]," [ Spartanburg Herald and  August Chronicle] Spartanburg, SC and Augusta, GA March 23, 1961 

10 780

"[Congratulations to The New Guard on a Fine Job],"  The New Guard; New York, NY April 1961 

10 781

"Out Youth and the Constitution," ( Pythian International); [Penticton, BC, Canada] April 12, 1961 

10 782

"Leadership Required in These Days," [Prepared by Senator Thurmond for Dr. Abraham Vercide]; publication unknown April 13, 1961 

10 783

"Three Decades of Progress in South Carolina," [ The State] Columbia, SC April 21, 1961 

10 784

"In a Perilous World, Americans Consider Themselves Inferior," The Manion Forum; South Bend, IN May 7, 1961 

10 785

"Southerners! Throw Off Your Chains," Human Events; Washington, DC June 16, 1961 

10 786

"Socialism or Americanism," Background; Collingswood, NJ [circa July 1961] 

10 787

"[Dedication of Independence]," Liberty; Washington, DC July-August 1961 

10 788

"[Memorandum: Defense Department Change in Policy]," The Top of the News; Washington, DC July-August 1961 

10 789

"What's in a Label?" The Washington Post; Washington, DC August 6, 1961 

10 790

"[Conservative Republican Leaders]," Special Reports; Washington, DC August 9, 1961 

10 791

"Britain Begins to Move on Communist Infiltration," Intelligence Reserve News Letter; New York, NY September 1, 1961 

10 792

"Top-Secret Language," Intelligence Program Officer; New York, NY [1961] 

10 793

A "Khrushchev's Aim-A Divided Germany," Intelligence Program Officer New York, NY [1961] 

10 793A

"Should Supreme Court Appointees Have Five Years' Experience on the Bench?" American Legion Magazine; [Washington, DC] December 1961 

10 794

Press Releases 1961 

Box Folder

Senator Thurmond's Actions in the 1960 Presidential Election Campaign; Washington, DC January 2, 1961 

10 795

The District Plan for Revising the Method of Electing the President of the United States Washington, DC January 5, 1961 

10 796

Statement on President Kennedy's State of the Union Address; Washington, DC January 30, 1961 

10 797

Myrtle Beach Girl Working for Senator; Washington, DC February 11, 1961 

10 798

Aikenite, Archie H. McClure, Welcomed to United States Senate; Washington, DC February 11, 1961 

10 799

Kershaw County Girl Working for Senator; Washington, DC February 11, 1961 

10 800

President Kennedy's Appointment of a Special Committee in the Executive Branch to Study Problems Affecting the Domestic Textile Industry; Washington, DC February 16, 1961 

10 801

Two Major Political Parties Failed to Provide Adequate Leadership; Washington, DC February 17, 1961 

10 802

Importance of States' Rights and Local Self-Government Washington, DC February 18, 1961 

10 803

The Nike Zeus Anti-Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) System; Washington, DC. (See February 2, 1961 Address on the Senate Floor) February 23, 1961 

10 804

[Revised: The Nike Zeus Anti-Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) System]; Washington, DC February 24, 1961 

10 805

The Imposition of Quotas on Cotton Manufactured Products being Imported into the Country and the Issuance of a Commemorative Stamp to Honor Jefferson Davis; Washington, DC March 1, 1961 

10 806

Easter Seal Twins Visit Capitol Hill; Washington, DC March 3, 1961 

10 807

[Ending the United States' Twenty-Nine-Month-Old Ban on Nuclear Testing]; Cayce, SC March 10, 1961 

10 808

[Charleston Briefs-Strom on the Army's New Solid Propellant Missile, The Pershing]; [Cape Canaveral, FL] March 13, 1961 

10 809

The Senate Textile Subcommittee's Supplemental Report and Recommendations; Washington, DC March 14, 1961 

10 810

[Debate on Desegregated Federally Assisted Housing]; Washington, DC March 16, 1961 

10 811

[Recommendation that Import Quotas be Applied by Country and Category]; Washington, DC March 17, 1961 

10 812

President Kennedy's Special Message on the Defense Budget; Washington, DC March 28, 1961 

10 813

Troop 16 Visits Thurmond; Washington, DC March 28, 1961 

10 814

National Policy to Preserve Liberty; Columbia, SC April 8, 1961 

10 815

The Importance of National Unity; Charleston, SC April 11, 1961 

10 816

Conservation at the National, State and Local Level Units Opposing Views Against Welfare State-ism Washington, DC April 13, 1961 

10 817

[Limits on Public and Private Spending]; Miami, FL April 15, 1961 

10 818

Thurmond Confers with Adenauer; Washington, DC April 17, 1961 

10 819

The Cuban Crisis; Washington, DC April 20, 1961 

10 820

The Importance of Local Self Government; Jackson, MS April 22, 1961 

10 821

4-Her's Lunch with Congressional Delegation; Washington, DC: April 24, 1961 

10 822

[National Contemporary Failures]; Cambridge, MA April 28, 1961 

10 823

Proposed Duke Water Diversion Dam; Washington, DC May 2, 1961 

10 824

President Kennedy's Textile Announcement; Washington, DC May 2, 1961 

10 825

[Conservatives at the National, State and Local Levels must Unite Against Welfare State-ism] May 10, 1961 

10 826

Alabama Racial Agitation; Washington, DC (See May 23, 1961 Statement on the Senate Floor) May 23, 1961 

10 827

Neal [Augustus A.] Honored; Washington, DC May 24, 1961 

10 828

[Senator Thurmond and Mr. Bernard Berger Discuss New Industrial Plant]; Washington, DC May 24, 1961 

10 829

[Thurmond Presented with Distinguished Service Award of Americans For Constitutional Action]; Washington, DC May 24, 1961 

10 830

[Senate Congressional Resolution 25-Armed Intervention in the States]; Washington, DC May 25, 1961 

10 831

[Tacking Legislative Import Quotas on the Trade Act Extension Bill]; Washington, DC May 26, 1961 

10 832

[Concerning Exploitation of Negro Sit-in Demonstrations]; Sumter, SC May 27, 1961 

10 833

[Concerning the Role of Government]; Sea Island; GA May 30, 1961 

10 834

On Investigation of Major General Edwin A. Walker; Washington, DC June 13, 1961 

10 835

State Department Conference on Textiles; Washington, DC June 19, 1961 

10 836

[Electoral College Reform and Discrimination in Employment]; Washington, DC June 20, 1961 

10 837

On Textile Imports; Washington, DC June 22, 1961 

10 838

On Maintaining Allied Rights in West Berlin; Saluda, SC June 24, 1961 

10 839

HR 7712, Fourth Supplemental Appropriation Bill; Washington, DC June 27, 1961 

10 840

[Concerning the President's Statement on the Textile Industry]; Washington, DC June 28, 1961 

10 841

[Referring to Mrs. Marion Holley Ham]; Washington, DC June 30, 1961 

10 842

[A Letter to Senator John O. Pastore in Regard to the Problems of the Domestic Textile Industry]; Washington, DC June 30, 1961 

10 843

Thurmond Congratulates New Navy Chief; Washington, DC July 3, 1961 

10 844

[Referring to Mrs. Marion Holley Ham]; Washington, DC July 7, 1961 

10 845

[A Letter concerning Plans to Abolish the Electoral College and Changing the System of Electing a President and Vice-President]; Washington, DC July 12, 1961 

10 846

Thurmond Greets New Senate Page; Washington, DC July 13, 1961 

10 847

[Thurmond Greets Summer Staff Assistant, Margaret Byrd]; Washington, DC July 14, 1961 

10 848

[A Letter to Representative John A. Dent concerning the Impact of Imports and Exports on Employment in the Textile Industry]; Washington, DC July 18, 1961 

10 849

Senator and Second-Baseman [Bobby Richardson] Swap Points; Washington, DC July 20,1961 

10 850

Introduction of a Bill Making Certain Antitrust Laws Applicable to Labor Organizations; Washington, DC July 20, 1961 

10 851

Senate Resolution to Provide Procedures by which the Senate can Advise the President on Judicial Appointments; Washington, DC July 20, 1961 

10 852

Foreign Relations Committee Memorandum about Military Speakers on the Subject of Communism; Washington, DC July 21, 1961 

10 853

Senators Lunch with Boys' Nation Delegates; Washington, DC July 25, 1961 

10 854

Enforcement of Anti-Gerrymandering Provisions of District Plan for Electoral College Reform; Washington, DC July 26, 1961 

10 855

Military Anti-Communism Seminars and Statements; Washington, DC July 26, 1961 

10 856

International Conference on Cotton Textiles in Geneva; Washington, DC July 27, 1961 

11 857

Talking Baseball and Politics; Washington, DC July 28, 1961 

11 858

Military Anti-Communist Seminars and Statements; Washington, DC July 29, 1961 

11 859

[Concerning a Defense Department Policy Change in Regard to Informational Programs in which Military Leaders Participated or Sponsored]; Washington, DC August 2, 1961 

11 860

Senators Meet South Carolina Girls Nation Delegates; Washington, DC August 3, 1961 

11 861

Tariff Commission's Decision on Wilton and Velvet Carpet; Washington, DC August 3, 1961 

11 862

Military Anti-Communist Seminars and Statements; Washington, DC August 4, 1961 

11 863

[Official Telegram on hijacked Airline]; Washington, DC August 9, 1961 

11 864

[American Values at War with Communism and Socialism]; Washington, DC August 10, 1961 

11 865

Reply to President Kennedy's Gagging United States Military Leaders; Washington, DC August 10, 1961 

11 866

Pentagon Order to 'Scrub' Anti-Communist Seminar in Panama Canal Zone; Washington, DC August 11, 1961 

11 867

Anti-Communist Campaign Directed at Military Personnel Washington, DC August 15, 1961 

11 868

[Thurmond Replies to Attacks on Military Personnel; Washington, DC August 17, 1961 

11 869

Eradicate Grassroots Anti-Communist Drive and Gag Military; Washington, DC August 28, 1961 

11 870

Extension of Civil Rights Commission; Washington, DC August 29, 1961 

11 871

Major General Edwin A. Walke;r Washington, DC August 30, 1961 

11 872

[Concerning Senate Resolution 191 which Calls for the Investigation of Gagging the Military in Anti-Communist Statements and Seminars]; Washington, DC August 31, 1961 

11 873

[Censored Speeches on Armed Services]; Washington, DC September 11, 1961 

11 874

Forced Resignation of Forest Ranger, Don Caron; Washington, DC September 13, 1961 

11 875

[Concerning a New Book Entitled Combat Missileman] Washington, DC September 16, 1961 

11 876

[Testimony of Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara] Washington, DC September 16, 1961 

11 877

Peace-mongers at Military Seminars New York, NY September 17, 1961 

11 878

Armed Services Committee's Approval of Investigation on the Muzzling of the Military; Washington, DC September 20, 1961 

11 879

[Communist Party Exploiting and Using Congress on Racial Equality]; Washington, DC September 26, 1961 

11 880

[Appointment of Edward B. Kenney as Strom Thurmond's Executive Assistant]; Washington, DC September 27, 1961 

11 881

[Sergeant Kirby Walker, United States Capital Police, Appointed one of Seven Lieutenants on the 220-man Force]; Washington, DC October 24, 1961 

11 882

[The Struggle Against World Communism]; St. Matthews, SC November 9, 1961 

11 883

[The Order of Lafayette to Confer on Senator Thurmond and Ten Other Distinguished Americans Its Annual Freedom Award for Leadership in Combating Communism]; Washington, DC November 20, 1961 

11 884

[Thurmond Statement on Censorship in the Armed Services Quoted Incorrectly]; Washington, DC November 30, 1961 

11 885

United States Disarmament Proposal to the United Nations; Washington, DC December 9, 1961 

11 886

[Thurmond and Javits Will Debate Mandatory Desegregation in Federally Assisted Housing] Washington, DC [circa 1961] 

11 887

Thurmond Receives Scout Badge; Washington, DC [circa 1961] 

11 888

Abbeville and Anderson Girls on Senator's Staff; Washington, DC [circa 1961] 

11 889

Reports to the People 1961 

Box Folder

"Strom Thurmond Reports to the People;" Washington, DC January 2-September 25, 1961 

11 890

Speeches 1961 

Box Folder

"The Purpose of Government," (Southern States Industrial Council); Sea Island, GA; May 30, 1961 

11 891

Statements 1961 

Box Folder

(Radio), "[Update of the 87th Congress];" Washington, DC January 1, 1961 

11 892

(Radio), "[Legislative Program of a New Congress];" Washington, DC January 2, 1961 

11 893

(Television), "Attempted Purge by Senator Joseph Clark;" [Washington, DC] January 3, 1961 

11 894

(Radio), "[Update on United States Senate Rules of Procedure];" Washington, DC January 12, 1961 

11 895

(Radio), "[Civil Rights Legislation];" Washington, DC January 10, 1961 

11 896

(Television), "Greenville-Spartanburg Jet Airport," TV Station WSPA); [Spartanburg, SC] January 22, 1961 

11 897

(Radio), "[Opposing Communist Negotiations];" Washington, DC February 2, 1961 

11 898

(Television), "Resuming Nuclear Testing," (West Columbia Chamber of Commerce) and "Providing Money to Accelerate the Nike Zeus Missile Program," (United States Senate); [Columbia, SC and Washington, DC] February 3, 1961 

11 899

(Television), "[The United States Economy and the International Scene]," (American Broadcasting Company's 'Issues and Answers' Program); [Washington, DC] February 5, 1961 

11 900

(Radio), "[A Report on the Plight of the United States Textile Industry];" Washington, DC February 9, 1961 

11 901

(Television), "Do We Need Federal Aid to Education?" (TV Station WTTG); [Washington, DC] February 12, 1961 

11 902

(Radio), "[Update on Senate Activities];" Washington, DC February 18-19, 1961 

11 903

(Television), "[Concerning] Senate 1, The Area Redevelopment or Depressed Areas Bill;" [Washington, DC] February 20, 1961 

11 904

(Radio), "[Government Spending];" Washington, DC February 25-26, 1961 

11 905

"Endorsement of the Book, Race and Reason, by Carleton Putnam," [Washington, DC] February 28, 1961 

11 906

(Television/Radio), "[The Need to Reform the Electoral College]," ('The Citizens' Council Forum' Program) [Jackson, MS] March 21, 1961 

11 907

(Radio), "[The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)]" Washington, DC March 4-5, 1961 

11 908

(Radio), "[The Kennedy Administration on National Defense];" Washington, DC March 11-12, 1961 

11 909

"On the United States Special Textile Subcommittee's Report and Recommendations;" [Washington, DC] March 14, 1961 

11 910

(Telephone), "Spending by the National Government," (Mr. Howard Rosier, President of the North Augusta Lions Club); [North Augusta, SC] March 14, 1961 

11 911

(Telephone/Radio), "Depressed Areas, Urban Renewal and House Un-American Activities Committee," (Radio Station WMUU) [Greenville, SC] March 14, 1961 

11 912

(Radio), "[The United States National Government];" Washington, DC March 16, 1961 

11 913

(Radio), "[Extending Unemployment Benefits];" Washington, DC March 23, 1961 

11 914

(Television), "Should all Federally Assisted Housing be Segregated?" (National Broadcasting Company (NBC-TV) Program 'The Nation's Future'); New York, NY March 25, 1961 

11 915

(Radio), "[Segregation in the South];" Washington, DC April 1-2, 1961 

11 916

(Radio), "[The Difference between a Republic and a Democracy];" Washington, DC April 8-9, 1961 

11 917

(Radio), "[Reversing the Communist Movement];" Washington, DC April 15-16, 1961 

11 918

(Radio), "[The National Debt];" Washington, DC April 22-23, 1961 

11 919

(Television), "Annual 4-H Conference;" Washington, DC April 26, 1961 

11 920

(Radio), "[Learning from the Cuban Invasion];" Washington, DC April 29-30, 1961 

11 921

"[Tobacco Industry of South Carolina]," (House Agricultural Appropriation Subcommittee); Washington, DC May 1, 1961 

11 922

(Television), "[Concerning Federal Aid to Education Bill];" [Washington, DC] May 2, 1961 

11 923

(Television), "President Kennedy's Textile Announcement;" [Washington, DC] May 2, 1961 

11 924

(Radio), "[Update on Legislative Proposals of the 1st Session of the 87th Congress];" Washington, DC May 6-7, 1961 

11 925

(Radio), "[Comments on Military, Space Trade, Civil Rights and Senate Rules Events in the Senate];" [Washington, DC] May 13-14, 1961 

11 926

(Television), "[Southern Schools' Education Aid" and "The Status of the American Negroes];" [Washington, DC] May 18, 1961 

11 927

(Radio), "[Opposition to Withholding of Aid Funds to Segregated Schools];" Washington, DC May 20-21, 1961 

11 928

(Radio), "[Shifting of Congressional Powers];" Washington, DC May 27-28, 1961 

11 929

(Radio), "[The Controversy of Extending and Expanding the National Defense Education Act of 1958 (Removal of the Oath of Support of the Constitution and a Non-Communist Affidavit)]; Washington, DC June 10-11, 1961 

11 930

(Television), "[Communist Threat to International Peace];" [Washington, DC] June 15, 1961 

11 931

(Television), "[Federal Aid];" [Washington, DC] June 16, 1961 

11 932

(Radio), "[Anti-Communist Measures];" Washington, DC June 17-18, 1961 

11 933

"Chemstrand Corporation Expansion;" Greenwood, SC June 20, 1961 

11 934

(Radio), "[Decentralization of Power in the National Government];" Washington, DC June 24-25, 1961 

11 935

(Television), "[Robert Kennedy's Lawsuit Against International Airport at New Orleans" and "President Kennedy's Reaction to the Berlin Crisis];" [Washington, DC] June 28, 1961 

11 936

(Radio), "[Interview with Congressman Robert T. Ashmore and Thurmond on the Fate of the Federal Aid to Education Legislation]" Washington, DC July 1-2, 1961 

11 937

(Radio), "[Legislative Proposals before Congress];" Washington, DC July 8-9, 1961 

11 938

(Radio), "[Preserving Liberty];" Washington, DC July10, 1961 

11 939

(Television), "[Bill Authorizing a Ten-year Program of Oceanography" and "United States Recognition of the Republic of Outer Mongolia];" [Washington, DC] July 12, 1961 

11 940

(Radio), "[United Nations Membership for the 'Republic' of Outer Mongolia];" Washington, DC July 15-16, 1961 

11 941

(Radio), "[Deficiencies of the Landrum-Griffin Act (Labor-Management Relations)];" Washington, DC July 22-23, 1961 

11 942

(Television), "[Conflict with Senator Fulbright over His Memorandum" and "Legislation of Labor Unions under Anti-Trust Legislation];" [Washington, DC] July 24, 1961 

11 943

(Television), "[Interview with Farmer Gray is Available to Radio and Television Stations];" [Washington, DC] July 25, 1961 

11 944

(Television), "[Boy's Nation];" [Washington, DC] July 25, 1961 

11 945

(Radio), "[The Communist Conspiracy];" Washington, DC July 29-30, 1961 

11 946

"With Reference to the Tariff Commission's Decision on Wilton and Velvet Carpet;" [Washington, DC] August 3, 1961 

11 947

(Radio), "[The Defense Budget];" Washington, DC August 5-6, 1961 

11 948

(Letter), "[Disputing a Newspaper Editor's View of Communism and Socialism];" Washington, DC August 8, 1961 

11 949

(Television), "[Military Anti-Communist Indoctrination Programs];" [Washington, DC] August 9, 1961 

11 950

(Radio), "[Opposing Foreign Aid];" Washington, DC August 12-13, 1961 

11 951

"Senator Strom Thurmond's Actions Against the Conspiracy to Muzzle Military Anti-Communist Statements and Seminars;" [Washington, DC] August 17, 1961 

11 952

(Radio), "[Winning the Struggle Against Communism];" Washington, DC August 19-20, 1961 

11 953

(Radio), "[Frustrations of Our Fight Against Communism];" Washington, DC August 26-27, 1961 

11 954

"With Regard to the Hearing Made public by the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, 'The New Drive Against the Anti-Communist Program;'" [Washington, DC] August 27, 1961 

11 955

(Television), "[Concerning] A Senate Internal Security Subcommittee Report which Supports Thurmond's Contention that the Gag-the-Military Movement Originated with the Communists;" [Washington, DC] August 27, 1961 

11 956

"Investigation of 'Gagging' the Military in Anti-Communist Statements and Seminars," Congressional Record; Washington, DC August 31, 1961 

11 957

(Television), "[Concerning Action taken by Armed Services Committee in Calling the Secretary of Defense for a Public Hearing on Senator Thurmond's Investigation Resolution];" [Washington, DC] August 31, 1961 

11 958

(Radio), "[The Foreign Trade Policy Issue, Tariff Concession on Imports and Exports];" Washington, DC September 16-17, 1961 

12 959

"[Concerning] Thurmond Resolution as Amended by Senate Armed Services Committee;" [Washington, DC] September 20, 1961 

12 960

(Radio), "[Interview with Senator Thurmond Concerning 'Pentagon Muzzling']," ('Capital Assignment' Broadcast for Mutual Broadcasting Company); Washington, DC September 22, 1961 

12 961

(Radio), "[A Report on Pending Legislation of the First Session of the 87th Congress];" Washington, DC September 23-24, 1961 

12 962

"National Labor Relations Board Decisions Affecting Industrialization of the South;" [Washington, DC] October 6, 1961 

12 963

"[Concerning Appointment of Miss Joyce Annette Rucker as Secretarial Assistant];" Washington, DC October 19, 1961 

12 964

"Holiday Safety Message," (Clemson College Student Body); [Clemson, SC] November 17, 1961 

12 965

"On Department of Interior Cancellation of Contract with Fouke Fur Company;" [Washington, DC] November 30, 1961 

12 966

(Television), "[Military Muzzling, Racial Segregation, Political Parties and Other Topics]," (Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS-TV) Program 'Washington Conversation'); Washington, DC December 10, 1961 

12 967

(Television), "Conflict in the Senate over Limiting Debate and Reintroduction of States' Rights Bill and Electoral College Reform Resolution" [Washington, DC] [circa 1961] 

12 968

(Television), "[United States Senate Textile Subcommittee's Supplemental Report and Recommendations for Textile Industry];" [Washington, DC] [circa 1961] 

12 969

(Television), "[Background Research on Desegregation in Federally Assisted Housing: Preparing for the Javits-Thurmond Debate]" New York, NY 1961 

12 970

"With Reference to Amending Electoral College System;" [Washington, DC] [circa 1961] 

12 971

Statements on the Senate Floor 1961 

Box Folder

"Electoral College Reform," (USS); Washington, DC January 5, 1961 

12 972

"Supreme Court Justice Qualifications," (USS) Washington, DC February, 1961 

12 973

"Explanation of Bill to Correct Judicial Oath," (USS) Washington, DC February, 1961 

12 974

"The International Ballistic Missile Threat and Defense," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC February 2, 1961 

12 975

"Welfare State as a Defense Against Communism," (USS); Washington, DC February 2, 1961 

12 976

"On Department of Defense Procurement Regulations," (USS); [Washington, DC] February 2, 1961 

12 977

"Achievements of the 1 st United States Army of World War II,"  Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC March 9, 1961 

12 978

"Area Redevelopment Bill," (USS); Washington, DC March 14, 1961 

12 979

"On Question of Ratification of Executive E, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development," (USS); Washington, DC March 16, 1961 

12 980

"Problems of the Domestic Textile Industry," Congressional Record, (USS) Washington, DC March 21, 1961 

12 981

"In Opposition to HR 3935, Increasing the Minimum Wage and Extending Coverage of the Fair Labor Standards Act," (USS); Washington, DC April 20, 1961 

12 982

"Introduction of Amendment to Section 406 of the Federal Aviation Act," (USS); Washington, DC April 24, 1961 

12 983

"Introduction with Senator Johnston of a Bill to Authorize Construction of a Steam Generating Plant by Duke Power Company on Savannah River in Anderson County, South Carolina," (USS); Washington, DC May 3, 1961 

12 984

"[Concerning Scientific Research in Corn Physiology and Genetics]," (USS); Washington, DC May 10, 1961 

12 985

"Concerning the Seventh Army Training Center," (USS); Washington, DC May 10, 1961 

12 986

In Opposition to Senate 1215, which Would Amend the Mutual Defense Assistance Control Act of 1951, Commonly known as the Battle Act," (USS); Washington, DC May 11, 1961 

12 987

"On Thurmond Amendment (Against Withholding of Funds) to Federal Aid to Education Bill, Senate 1021," (USS); Washington, DC May 16, 1961 

12 988

"Progress of Negroes in America," Congressional Record, (USS) Washington, DC May 17, 1961 

12 989

"[On a Magazine Article about the Blacks in America]," (USS); Washington, DC May 17, 1961 

12 990

"On the Annual Sudeten German Day Celebration," (USS); Washington, DC May 18, 1961 

12 991

"Memory of Dr. John Temple Graves," (USS); Washington, DC May 22, 1961 

12 992

"Alabama Racial Agitation," (USS); Washington, DC. (See May 23, 1961 Press Release) May 23, 1961 

12 993

"[Concerning David Laurence's Column Entitled 'Rights and Incitement to Riot']," (USS); Washington, DC May 23, 1961 

12 994

"School Assistance Act of 1961," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC May 25, 1961 

12 995

"Opposition to Senate 1922, the Omnibus Housing Bill," (USS); Washington, DC June 6, 1961 

12 996

"Electoral College Reform," (USS); Washington, DC June 8, 1961 

12 997

"[Concerning the Port of Charleston]," (USS); Washington, DC June 14, 1961 

12 998

"[Concerning Race Relations in New York]," (USS); Washington, DC June 14, 1961 

12 999

"Reference to the So-Called Fair Employment Practices Committee in Government Contracts," (USS); Washington, DC June 20, 1961 

12 1000

"Electoral College Reform," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC June 20, 1961 

12 1001

"Textile Imports," (USS); Washington, DC June 22, 1961 

12 1002

"Excerpts from Speeches by Senator Thurmond on Efforts to Gag Military Anti-Communist Speeches and Seminars," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC July 26, 1961 

12 1003

"Geneva Agreement on Cotton Textiles," (USS); Washington, DC July 27, 1961 

12 1004

"Retirement of Admiral Arleigh Burke as Chief of Naval Operations," (USS); Washington, DC July 31, 1961 

12 1005

"Military Participation in Informational Programs," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC August 2, 1961 

12 1006

"Memorandum on Propaganda Activities of Military Personnel Directed at the Public," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC August 3, 1961 

12 1007

"Military Anti-Communist Seminars and Statements," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC August 4, 1961 

12 1008

"Military Anti-Communist Seminars and Statements," (USS); Washington, DC August 4, 1961 

12 1009

"The Nature of Communism," (USS); Washington, DC August 11, 1961 

12 1010

"Anti-Anti-Communist Campaign within the Department of Defense," (USS); Washington, DC August 17, 1961 

12 1011

"Censorship, Frustrated National Policies and Gagging of the Military Anti-Communist Statements and Seminars," (USS); Washington, DC August 25, 1961 

12 1012

"Actions to Frustrate Anti-Communist Programs and Internal Security Subcommittee Testimony Relating Efforts to Gag Military Speakers," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC August 25,1961 and August 28,1961 

12 1013

"Senators Thurmond and Towers Present Case for Major General Edwin A. Walker, Including Text of His Pro-Blue Program," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC August 30, 1961 

12 1014

"The Forced Resignation of Forest Ranger Don Caron," (USS); [Washington, DC] September 13, 1961 

12 1015

"An Investigation on the Muzzling of the Military," (USS); [Washington, DC] September 20, 1961 

12 1016

Telegrams 1961 

Box Folder

"The Secretary's New Muzzling Order," (Secretary of Defense);" Washington, DC October 5, 1961 

12 1017

Addresses 1962 

Box Folder

"Threats to Our Liberty," (Columbia University); New York, NY January 11, 1962 

12 1018

"The Choice is Ours," (The American Coalition of Patriotic Societies), Vital Speeches of the Day; Washington, DC February 1, 1962 

12 1019

"The Choice is Ours," (The American Coalition of Patriotic Societies); [Washington, DC] February 1, 1962 

12 1020

"The Challenge to Freedom," (The City Club); Cleveland, OH February 24, 1962 

12 1021

"Dare to Win," (The American Institute Freedom Forum); Boston, MA February 25, 1962 

12 1022

"[The Censorship of Speeches of Military Officials]," (American Legion Post 140); Atlanta, GA March 10, 1962 

12 1023

"[The Plague of Communism]," (Emory University); Atlanta, GA March 10, 1962 

12 1024

"[The Censorship of Speeches of Military Officials]," (Alabama Council of National Management Association Clubs); Birmingham, AL March 11, 1962 

12 1025

"[The Hazards of Communism]," (The Sertoma Club); Spartanburg, SC March 16, 1962 

12 1026

(Radio), "[The United States and Its 'No Win' Foreign Policy]," (Manion Forum of the Air); [South Bend, IN] March 23, 1962 

12 1027

"[Winning the Cold War Against the Forces of Communism]," (Public Affairs Forum); Indiana, PA March 29, 1962 

12 1028

"Censorship and Our No Win Policy," (Midland Chapter of Texans for America); Midland, TX March 31, 1962 

12 1029

"God and Outer Space," (Senate Prayer Breakfast Group); Washington, DC April 4, 1962 

12 1030

"[The Threat to Our Liberty]," (The Daughters of the American Revolution); Washington, DC April 17, 1962 

12 1031

(Radio), "[Muzzling of Our Military Leaders]," (Liberty Lobby); [Washington, DC] April 18, 1962 

12 1032

"Americanism," (Springfield School); Springfield, IL April 28, 1962 

12 1033

"Constitutional Government," (Winyah Indigo Society); Georgetown, SC May 4, 1962 

12 1034

"The Rule of Law-Its Values, Roots and Limitations," (Annual Law Day), University of Georgia Athens, GA May 5, 1962 

12 1035

"[Winning the Cold War Against the Forces of Communism]," (Young Americans for Freedom of Ohio Rally); Columbus, OH June 3, 1962 

12 1036

(Radio), "[American Patriotism]," (American Coalition of Patriotic Societies); Dallas, TX July 12, 1962 

12 1037

"A Lesson for Today Out of the Past," (Confederate Day Ceremonies), Vicksburg National Military Park; Vicksburg, MS August 19, 1962 

12 1038

"God Manifested in the World," (Senate Prayer Breakfast Group); Washington, DC September 5, 1962 

13 1039

"[Preserving Freedom-Our Most Precious National Legacy]," (Young Americans for Freedom); Orlando, FL September 22, 1962 

13 1040

"Disarmament-Hope or Hoax," (Interparliamentary Union); Brazilia, Brazil October 1962 

13 1041

"[The Price of Liberty]," (Area Exchange Clubs); Greenville, SC October 4, 1962 

13 1042

"International Court of Justice in the Settlement of Inter-National Disputes," (Interparliamentary Union); Brazilia, Brazil October 30, 1962 

13 1043

"Choosing Our Friends" Miami, Orlando, Saint Petersburg, Fort Lauderdale and Tallahassee, FL December 6-8, 1962 

13 1044

(Radio), "[Extending Best Wishes for Successful Operations to Aiken's New Radio Station, WLOW];" Aiken, SC December 18, 1962 

13 1045

"Some Legal Implications of the U-2 and RB-47 Incidents," (Oliver J. Lissitzyn) [Washington, DC] [circa 1962] 

13 1046

Addresses on the Senate Floor 1962 

Box Folder

"Giving an Illustration of How No Win Foreign Policies Affect Censorship of Military Anti Communist Statements," (United States Senate); Washington, DC March 8, 1962 

13 1047

"In Opposition to Proposed Constitutional Amendment on Poll Tax," (United States Senate); Washington, DC March 19, 1962 

13 1048

Articles 1962 

Box Folder

"The Walker Case Issue: Thurmond's View," The New York Times Magazine New York, NY January 14, 1962 

13 1049

"To be Fair, Factual and Unrelenting," The New Guard; New York, NY March 1962 

13 1050

"Here is Text of Senator Thurmond's Talk," Spartanburg Herald; Spartanburg, SC March 17, 1962 

13 1051

"Senator Strom Thurmond Outlines Ten-Point Program for American Victory in Cold War Crisis," Militant Truth; Greenville, SC April 1962 

13 1052

"The Choice is Ours-The Will to Win," The National Bulletin of the Military Order of the World Wars; [Washington, DC] April 1962 

13 1053

"Our 'No Win' Policy Loses Laos to Communism," The Manion Forum; South Bend, IN July 8, 1962 

13 1054

"Prayers in the Public Schools-The Supreme Court Decision," Vital Speeches of the Day; Pelham, NY August 15, 1962 

13 1055

"Federal Aid and States' Rights," Yale Political Forum; New Haven, CN Summer 1962 

13 1056

"A No Win Foreign Policy," The Conservative Digest; [Washington, DC] Summer 1962 

13 1057

"Proposed Levy on Cotton Imports is Rejected by Tariff Commission 3 to 2," Wall Street Journal; New York, NY September 7, 1962 

13 1058

"[Editorial on the Threat of Communism and Preserving Liberty]," The Tiger, (Clemson College); Clemson, SC November 9, 1962 

13 1059

"We Must Win the Cold War," The Manion Forum; South Bend, IN [circa 1962] 

13 1060

"Muzzling the Military-Knowledge of Communism is Sparse;" place unknown [circa 1962] 

13 1061

"Muzzling the Military-The Roots Go Way Back, Even to Moscow;" place unknown [circa 1962] 

13 1062

"Your Victory," Your Victory, (Organizational Manual of Americans for Constitutional Action); Washington, DC 1962 

13 1063

Press Releases 1962 

Box Folder

[Communism and United States Policies]; Washington, DC January 8, 1962 

13 1064

The United States being Transferred into 'A State of Democratic Socialism;'" Columbia, SC January 8, 1962 

13 1065

The Defense Department's Action Creating an Advisory Committee on New Military Instruction ;Washington, DC: January 9, 1962 

13 1066

The President's State of the Union Message; Washington, DC January 11, 1962 

13 1067

Threats to Our Liberty; New York, NY January 11, 1962 

13 1068

Concerning Statement on Senate Floor Urging Approval of Selden Resolution Calling for Sanctions Against Cuba through the Organization of American States; Washington, DC January 15, 1962 

13 1069

The Hearings of the Senate Special Preparedness Committee on the Role of the Department of Defense; Washington, DC January 17,1962 

13 1070

[United States Aid to Communist Yugoslavia]; Winston-Salem, NC January 20, 1962 

13 1071

[United States Policies on Cuba]; Gastonia, NC January 20, 1962 

13 1072

Concerning Decline by Mr. Laurence to Answer Questions before Special Preparedness Subcommittee; Washington, DC January 31, 1962 

13 1073

[Thurmond's Ten-Point Program for Winning the Cold War]; Washington, DC] February 1, 1962 

13 1074

[The Increased Soviet Military Power in Cuba]; Washington, DC February 2, 1962 

13 1075

Regarding President Kennedy's Proclamations on Trade with Cuba; Washington, DC February 3, 1962 

13 1076

Regarding Remarks by the Secretary of Defense on Whether the Department of Defense Censors will be Directed to Cooperate with the Special Preparedness Subcommittee of the Armed Services Committee Washington, DC February 5, 1962 

13 1077

The Necessity of Having Censorship Witnesses Testify in Full; Washington, DC February 7, 1962 

13 1078

[Concerning Hearings on the Justification of Censorship on the Grounds of Sensitive Negotiations]; Washington, DC February 14, 1962 

13 1079

[Concerning Hearing on Censorship of Military Speeches]; Washington, DC February 14, 1962 

13 1080

Inserting Military Anti-Communist Speech Deletions in Congressional Record; Washington, DC February 15, 1962 

13 1081

[Concerning Victory in the Cold War]; Washington, DC February 21, 1962 

13 1082

Concerning Lieutenant Colonel John Glenn's Successful Space Flight; Washington, DC February 21, 1962 

13 1083

Cold War Paralysis; Peoria, IL February 24, 1962 

13 1084

The Challenge to Freedom Cleveland, OH February 24, 1962 

13 1085

[Concerning the Censorship of Military Speeches]; Washington, DC February 27, 1962 

13 1086

On Acceptance of Government Award by Young Americans for Freedom ;New York, NY March 7, 1962 

13 1087

An Illustration of How No-Win Policies Affect Censorship of Military Anti-Communist Statements; Washington, DC March 8, 1962 

13 1088

['No-Win, Defeatist Policies' Reflected in Censored Anti-Communist Statements by Our Military Leaders]; Atlanta, GA March 10, 1962 

13 1089

[Concerning a Ten-Point Program Designed to Achieve Victory in the Cold War]; Birmingham, AL March 11, 1962 

13 1090

[Concerning Control of News Flow from the Pentagon]; Washington, DC March 14, 1962 

13 1091

Concerning Fort Belvoir Troop Information Instructor; Washington, DC March 14, 1962 

13 1092

[Misconceptions of the Communist Enemy]; Spartanburg, SC March 16, 1962 

13 1093

[Withholding of Federal Funds from Segregated School Districts]; Washington, DC March 30, 1962 

13 1094

[Miss Margaret Adams Appointed to Senator Thurmond's Staff]; Washington, DC April 14, 1962 

13 1095

[Shaping a Cold War Foreign Policy of 'Victory for Freedom;' Washington, DC April 17, 1962 

13 1096

Letters by Senator Strom Thurmond to Senator John Stennis and Major Arch D, Roberts Regarding Censorship of Major Robert's Proposed Speech before the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Convention; Washington, DC April 17, 1962 

13 1097

[Senator Thurmond to Receive a Plaque from the Veterans of Foreign Wars Loyalty Day Celebration]; Washington, DC April 18, 1962 

13 1098

Award Given to Senator Strom Thurmond by National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution; Washington, DC April 19, 1962 

13 1099

On Reports of Remarks on April 19 of Major Arch D. Roberts before Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Convention; Washington, DC April 20, 1962 

13 1100

[Turning the Tide Against the Trend Toward an All-Powerful Centralized Government in Washington]; Georgetown, SC May 4, 1962 

13 1101

The Rule of Law-Its Values, Roots and Limitations; Athens, GA May 5, 1962 

13 1102

[The Peach Crop Insurance Program]; Spartanburg, SC May 5, 1962 

13 1103

[Waging War Against Spenditis-At Home and Abroad]; Clemson, SC May 6, 1962 

13 1104

[The Supremacy of United States Military Power]; Batesburg, SC May 20, 1962 

13 1105

On Passage of the Lousche Amendment; Washington, DC June 6, 1962 

13 1106

Regarding Recruiting Methods of Coach Paul Dietzel at West Point; Washington, DC June 7, 1962 

13 1107

[Senator Thurmond's Speech Against the Court Decision in the School Prayer Case; Washington, DC June 28, 1962 

13 1108

[Curbing the Power of the United States Supreme Court and Congressional Action to Reverse the New York Prayer Case]; Hampton, SC June 30, 1962 

13 1109

[Concerning Donaldson Air Force Base]; Washington, DC. (See July 27 and December 27, 1962 Statements) July 25, 1962 

13 1110

[Appointment of Miss Susan Ann McLaurin as Secretary of Senator Thurmond's Staff]; Washington, DC July 26, 1962 

13 1111

[Appointment of Miss Barbara Ann Gibson as Secretary to Senator Thurmond's Staff]; Washington, DC August 2, 1962 

13 1112

A Lesson for Today Out of the Past; Vicksburg, MS August 19, 1962 

13 1113

[The Compromise Test Ban Proposal by the United States and Great Britain]; Washington, DC August 27, 1962 

13 1114

The Futility of the Long-Term Cotton Textile Arrangement; Washington, DC August 31, 1962 

13 1115

[The Tariff Commission Rejects Petition of the Domestic Cotton Textile Industry for Approval of an Import Fee]; Washington, DC September 6, 1962 

13 1116

[Concerning] The United States Foreign Policy towards Communist Cuba; Washington, DC September 6, 1962 

13 1117

On Robert Frost's News Conference Concerning His Visit with Mr. Khrushchev; Washington, DC September 10, 1962 

13 1118

[On Khrushchev Threat on Cuba] ;Washington, DC September 11, 1962 

13 1119

[Miss Linda Ann Brickle Joins Thurmond Staff] ;Washington, DC September 26, 1962 

13 1120

On Cuba and Mississippi Washington, DC September 27, 1962 

13 1121

Copy of Telegram by Senator Thurmond to President John F. Kennedy Urging that Force Not be Used in Mississippi; Washington, DC September 30, 1962 

13 1122

[Plans to Acquire a New Post Office]; Washington, DC October 3, 1962 

13 1123

[An Outline on Helping the Forces of Freedom to Win the Cold War]; Greenville, SC October 5, 1962 

13 1124

[Strategic Aims of the Communists in 'Taking America in Order to Win the World']; Knoxville, TN October 9, 1962 

13 1125

On Rivers and Harbors Authorization Bill; [Washington, DC] October 12, 1962 

13 1126

On President's Announced Action on Cuba; [Washington, DC] October 23, 1962 

13 1127

[The Investigation of Censorship and Foreign Policy: Findings and Conclusions]; Washington, DC October 25, 1962 

13 1128

Reports to the People 1962 

Box Folder

"Strom Thurmond Reports to the People;" Washington, DC January-October 1962 

14 1129

Statements 1962 

Box Folder

(Television), "[Opposition to the Teaching of Communism in the Public Schools]," (WIS-TV) [Columbia, SC] [January 1962] 

14 1130

"The Death of Congressman John J. Riley;" [Washington, DC] [January 2, 1962] 

14 1131

(Radio), "[New Legislation in the Upcoming 1962 Session of Congress];" [Washington, DC] January 13-14, 1962 

14 1132

"For Services in Memory of the Late Congressman John J. Riley," (United States House of Representatives); Washington, DC January 16, 1962 

14 1133

"[Opposing the] United States Purchase of United Nations Bonds," Newsweek; New York, NY. (See February 10-11, 1962 Statement) January 18, 1962 

14 1134

(Radio), "[Concerning President Kennedy's Policies];" Washington, DC January 20-21, 1962 

14 1135

"[Fighting Against Communism];" [Washington, DC] January 19, 1962 

14 1136

(Television), "[Comments on the Opening of the Investigation into the Muzzling of Military Leaders];" [Washington, DC] January 23, 1962 

14 1137

(Radio), "[Hearings into Gagging Our Military Leaders in Their Anti-Communist Statements];" [Washington, DC] January 27-28, 1962 

14 1138

(Radio), "[Concerning the Proposal to Create a Department of Urban Affairs and Housing];" [Washington, DC] February 1, 1962 

14 1139

"Censorship of Speeches by Military Personnel: The Choice is Ours," Congressional Record; Washington, DC February 5, 1962 

14 1140

"[Thurmond Pinned by Cub Scout Britt Mayo during Observance of Boy Scouts of America Week, February 6-13] [Washington, DC] February 7, 1962 

14 1141

"[How Far Can 'Executive Privilege' Go?]," (Special Preparedness Subcommittee of the Senate Armed Services Committee); [Washington, DC] February 8, 1962 

14 1142

(Radio), "[On the President's Proposal to Purchase United Nations Bonds to Meet a United Nations Deficit];" Washington, DC. (See January 18, 1962 Statement) February 10-11, 1962 

14 1143

(Television), "[Communism]," ('A Moment With... Program'), WRC-TV Washington, DC February 10, 1962 

14 1144

(Radio), "[Investigation into Censorship of Military Anti-Communist Statements];" Washington, DC February 17-18, 1962 

14 1145

(Radio), "[False Conceptions of Communism];" Washington, DC February 24-25, 1962 

14 1146

"Senator Thurmond: Excuses for Military Anti-Red Speech Deletions Constitute Pretext for Paralysis," Congressional Record; [Washington, DC] March 1, 1962 

14 1147

(Television), "[The NO-Win Strategic Policies of Accepting Communist Problems];" [Washington, DC] March 6, 1962 

14 1148

(Radio), "[The Investigation of Muzzling of the Military by the Senate Special Preparedness Subcommittee];" Washington, DC March 17-18, 1962 

14 1149

(Radio), "[An Update on Legislation Proposals and Goals of the Remainder of the 2nd Session of the 87th Congress];" Washington, DC March 24-25, 1962 

14 1150

(Radio), "On Occasion of 40th Anniversary of Radio Station WBT;" Charlotte, NC March 22, 1962 

14 1151

(Radio), "[Repudiating The Liberal Papers, a Book Containing Foreign and Domestic Policy Recommendations for Our Nation];" [Washington, DC] March 31-April 1, 1962 

14 1152

(Radio), "[Comments on the Supreme Court's Reapportionment Decision and the Defense Department's Reorganization Plan];" [Washington, DC] April 7-8, 1962 

14 1153

(Radio), "[The Importance of Maintaining the Balance of Power in the Cold War];" Washington, DC April 14-15, 1962 

14 1154

(Radio), "[Disarmament]" [Washington, DC] April 21-22, 1962 

14 1155

(Radio), "[Challenging the Constitution];" [Washington, DC] April 28-29, 1962 

14 1156

(Radio), "[Comments on the Senate Investigation into Censorship of Military Anti-Communist Statements, Troop Education Programs and Cold War Seminars];" [Washington, DC] May 5-6, 1962 

14 1157

"[Peach Crop Insurance and National Security]," (South Carolina Peach Grower's Association); Spartanburg, SC May 5, 1962 

14 1158

(Radio), "[Strategy in Winning the Cold War];" [Washington, DC] May 12-13, 1962 

14 1159

(Television), "[Comments on Withholding Taxes on Dividends and Interest, Debate on the Literacy Test Bill and Spending Two Billion Dollars for Public Works Projects];" [Washington, DC] May 11, 1962 

14 1160

(Radio), "[The Danger of Concentrating Power into One Branch of Government];" [Washington, DC] May 19-20, 1962 

14 1161

(Radio), "[The District Plan for Electoral Reform-Senate Joint Resolution 12];" [Washington, DC] May 26-27, 1962 

14 1162

(Radio), "[Legislative Proposal of Senate 1795-Construction of a Dam by Duke Power Company Across the Savannah River];" [Washington, DC] May 29, 1962 

14 1163

(Radio), "[Communist Propaganda Mail];" [Washington, DC] June 2-3, 1962 

14 1164

"[Thurmond Doesn't Agree with Mrs. Thomas' Study on Communism]," (Associated Press); [Washington, DC] May 31, 1962 

14 1165

(Radio), "[Opposition to Communism as an Ideology or to Fabian or Gradual Socialism];" [Washington, DC] June 9-10, 1962 

14 1166

(Radio), "[The Final Touches on the Defense Spending Bill];" [Washington, DC] June 16-17, 1962 

14 1167

(Television), "The Raising of the National Debt Limit;" [Washington, DC] June 18, 1962 

14 1168

(Radio), "[Replacing the Weak Link in the Freedom Chain-Our 'No-Win' Foreign Policy]," (Manion Forum of the Air); [South Bend, IN] June 21, 1962 

14 1169

(Radio), "[In Opposition to Big Government Spending];" [Washington, DC] June 23-24, 1962 

14 1170

(Radio), "[Opposing the Supreme Court Decision on Public School Prayers];" [Washington, DC] June 30-July 1, 1962 

14 1171

(Radio), "[Opposition to Legislative Proposal on Medicine];" Washington, DC July 7-8, 1962 

14 1172

(Radio), "[Emphasis on Space Exploration and Achievements];" [Washington, DC] July 14-15, 1962 

14 1173

(Radio), "[A General Review of Legislative Proposals of the 87th Congress];" [Washington, DC] July 21-22, 1962 

14 1174

(Radio), "[Advancements in Food Preservation];" Washington, DC July 28-29, 1962 

14 1175

"[Thurmond Comments on the Public School Prayer Issue]," (Senate Judiciary Committee); [Washington, DC] July 26, 1962 

14 1176

"[The Future Status] On Donaldson Air Force Base;" [Washington, DC]. (See July 25, 1962 Press Release and December 27, 1962 Statement) July 27, 1962 

14 1177

(Radio), "[Efforts to Revive a Lagging National Economy];" [Washington, DC] August 4-5, 1962 

14 1178

(Radio), "Union Monopoly Power," ('What's the Issue' Radio Program Produced by the Chamber of Commerce of the United States); [Washington, DC] August 5, 1962 

14 1179

"[Proposals for Revising the Military Oath];" [Washington, DC] August 8, 1962 

14 1180

(Radio), "[Comments on the Trade Expansion Bill-Delegating Power to the President in Regulating Foreign Commerce and Trade];" Washington, DC August 11-12, 1962 

14 1181

(Radio), "[The State Department Officially Proclaims a 'Win' Policy in the Cold War];" [Washington, DC] August 18-19, 1962 

14 1182

"[The Proposed TEST BAN by the United States and Great Britain];" [Washington, DC] August 21, 1962 

14 1183

(Radio), "[The Need to Prevent Work Stoppages at Certain Strategic Defense Facilities];" [Washington, DC] August 25-26, 1962 

14 1184

(Radio), "[The Dangers of a Communist Controlled Cuba];" [Washington, DC] September 1-2, 1962 

14 1185

(Radio), "[Evidence that Recent Presidents have Abused 'Executive Privilege'];" [Washington, DC] September 8-9, 1962 

14 1186

"The President's Request for Reserve Call-up Authority" [Washington, DC] September 7, 1962 

14 1187

(Radio), "[Seizing the Initiative in Berlin];" [Washington, DC] September 16-17, 1962 

14 1188

"[Tension in Mississippi and the Communist Threat in Cuba];" [Washington, DC] September 27, 1962 

14 1189

(Letter), "[Costs of a Water Project in Greenville, South Carolina];" Washington, DC October 3, 1962 

14 1190

(Radio), "[A Review of Legislative Items before Congress];" Washington, DC October 4, 1962 

14 1191

(Letter), "[New Postal Method for Business Mail];" [Washington, DC] October 5, 1962 

14 1192

"[Thurmond Supports the Use of Maleic Hydrazide (MH-30) on Tobacco]," (Tobacco Hearing); Florence, SC December 19, 1962 

14 1193

"The Closing of Donaldson Air Force Base;" [Washington, DC]. (See July 25, 1962 Press Release and July 27, 1962 Statement) December 27, 1962 

14 1194

"[Gagging or Muzzling Military Personnel];" [Washington, DC] [circa 1962] 

14 1195

"[The Communist Movement]," (Senate Joint Resolution); Washington, DC [circa 1962] 

14 1196

"Why the President has No Authority to Use Troops to Enforce Court Desegregation Decisions;" [Washington, DC] [1962] 

14 1197

Statements on the Senate Floor 1962 

Box Folder

"[Urging Sanctions Against Cuba Through the Organization of American States]," (USS); [Washington, DC] January 15, 1962 

14 1198

"In Tribute to the Memory of Senator Styles Bridges of New Hampshire," (USS); [Washington, DC] January 17, 1962 

14 1199

"Criteria for Free Speech for Military Personnel," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC January 17, 1962 

14 1200

"Muzzling the Military," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC January 23, 1962 

14 1201

"Senator Thurmond Presents Anti-Communist Items Censored from Military Statement," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC February 19, 1962 

14 1202

"An Illustration of How No-Win Foreign Policies Affect Censorship of Military Anti-Communist Statements," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC March 8, 1962 

14 1203

"[Leaking Inaccurate Information on the Special Preparedness Subcommittee Investigating Military Muzzling]," (USS); Washington, DC March 14, 1962 

14 1204

"The Financial Condition of the United Nations," (USS); Washington, DC April 5, 1962 

14 1205

"[Opposition to the Supreme Court Decision on Public School Prayer]," (USS); Washington, DC: June 28, 1962 

14 1206

"The Supreme Court Decision on Prayers in the Public Schools of New York," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC June 28, 1962 

14 1207

"[The Federal Government and Medical Care for the Aged]," (USS); Washington, DC July 16, 1962 

14 1208

"[Thurmond Hopes the Successful Launch of a Nike Zeus Missile will Encourage Further Development of the Missile," (USS); Washington, DC [July 19, 1962] 

14 1209

"With Regard to Textile Imports," (USS) Washington, DC August 3, 1962 

14 1210

"[Thurmond Comments on] Senator Dodd's Congo Speech," (USS); Washington, DC August 3, 1962 

14 1211

"United States Concessions on Disarmament and Nuclear Test Ban Negotiations," Congressional Record, (USS) Washington, DC August 10, 1962 

14 1212

"The United States Foreign Policy Toward Communist Cuba," (USS); Washington, DC September 6, 1962 

14 1213

"Foreign Policy Toward Communist Cuba," Congressional Record, (USS); Washington, DC September 6, 1962 

14 1214

"Robert Frost's News Conference RE His Visit with Mr. Krushchev in Russia," (USS); Washington, DC September 10, 1962 

14 1215

"Opposition to the Emergency Public Works Bill," (USS); Washington, DC September 10, 1962 

14 1216

"[The Tariff Commission and the Problem of Balancing the Government's Export Subsidy on Raw Cotton]," (USS); Washington, DC September 10, 1962 

14 1217

"In Opposition to the Confirmation of Thurgood Marshall [as a Federal Circuit Court Judge]," (USS); [Washington, DC] September 11, 1962 

14 1218

"[Concerning Mr. Robert Frost's Visit with Mr. Krushchev]," (USS); Washington, DC September 14, 1962 

14 1219

"[On Reinstating the Escape Clause in the Trade Bill]," (USS); Washington, DC September 18, 1962 

14 1220

"[On Amending Foreign Trade Legislation]," (USS); Washington, DC September 18, 1962 

14 1221

"[On Taking a Firm Position Towards Communist Cuba]," (USS); Washington, DC September 20, 1962 

15 1222

"[Cuba's Agreement with the Soviet Union to Build a Naval Port Near Guantanamo Bay to Supposedly Take Care of the Soviet Union's Fishing Fleet]," (USS) Washington, DC September 25, 1962 

15 1223

[Favoring a Resolution that the United States Should Aim for Victory Over the Forces of World Communism]," (USS); Washington, DC September 26, 1962 

15 1224

"[Thurmond Comments on the Controversy Over United States and United Nations Policies in the Congo]," (USS); Washington, DC September 28, 1962 

15 1225

"[Foreign Aid Appropriations]," (USS); Washington, DC October 1, 1962 

15 1226

"[The Anniversary of the Founding of the Reserve Officers Association of the United States]," (USS); Washington, DC October 2, 1962 

15 1227

Addresses 1963 

Box Folder

"[Law and Communism]," (Student Body, South Carolina School of Law); Columbia, SC January 7, 1963 

15 1228

"The Purpose of Government," (Student Body of Fordham University); [New York, NY] January 11, 1963 

15 1229

"The Purpose of Government," (Rock Hill Junior Chamber of Commerce); [Rock Hill, SC] January 24, 1963 

15 1230

"The Need for More Christian Education," (The Development Board of the Baptist College of Lower South Carolina); [Florence, SC] January 25, 1963 

15 1231

(Radio), "Protecting States' Rights;" [Columbia, SC] February 7, 1963 

15 1232

(Radio), "Behind the Brush Curtain (Cuba);" [Washington, DC] [circa February 23, 1963] 

15 1233

"Self-discipline," (Senate Prayer Breakfast Group); [Washington, DC] February 27, 1963 

15 1234

(Radio), "Nuclear Superiority or Nuclear Stalemate?" (Manion Forum of the Air); [South Bend, IN] April 4, 1963 

15 1235

"Patriotism and Faith," (Senate Prayer Breakfast Group); [Washington, DC] September 25, 1963 

15 1236

Addresses on the Senate Floor 1963 

Box Folder

"The Test Ban Treaty," (USS); Washington, DC September 11, 1963 

15 1237

"[Opposition to the Test Ban Treaty]," (USS); Washington, DC September 20, 1963 

15 1238

"The Question of the Ratification of the Treaty of Moscow," (USS); Washington, DC September 23, 1963 

15 1239

Articles 1963 

Box Folder

"Some Choices to be Made by the American People," The Granville Sentinel; Granville, NY February 19, 1963 

15 1240

"Some Choices to be Made by the American People," Right Magazine; Travelers Rest, SC February 19, 1963 

15 1241

"Owe-As-You-Go," Borger News-Herald; Borger, TX February 27, 1963 

15 1242

"[What Was Revealed by the Investigation of the Muzzling of the Military]," Analysis; Philadelphia, PA April 18, 1963 

15 1243

"Are We Trying to Lose the Cold War?" The Manion Forum; South Bend, IN April 21, 1963 

15 1244

"South Carolina Water Shed Project Approved," Anderson Free Press; [Anderson, SC] April 26, 1963 

15 1245

"The Choice is Yours: The Hour is Late," Counterpoints; Hanover, NH May 1963 

15 1246

"[Thurmond Discusses Trade Legislation and the Opening of International Trade Negotiations]," America's Textile Reporter; Boston, MA May 23, 1963 

15 1247

"Muzzling Armed Forces: A Necessary Requirement for United States Foreign Policy?" Analysis; Philadelphia, PA Summer 1963 

15 1248

"The Gap in Ballistic Defense," DATA (Magazine of Research and Development Management); Arlington, VA June 1963 

15 1249

"United States Foreign Policy: The Roston Policy Paper," Vital Speeches of the Day; New York, NY July 1, 1963 

15 1250

"The Need for More Christian Education," Christian Crusade; Tulsa, OK August 1963 

15 1251

"[Thurmond Assesses the Cuban Situation]," The Cross and The Flag; Detroit, MI August 1963 

15 1252

"Some Choices to be Made by the American People," The Yodler; Anderson, SC September 24, 1963 

15 1253

"The Purpose of Government," The Conservative Tide; Tuscaloosa, AL November 1963 

15 1254

"The Best-Kept Secrets of 'The New Frontier," We, The People; Chicago, IL [1963] 

15 1255

Press Releases 1963 

Box Folder

Public Health Services Water Pollution Control Program; Washington, DC January 10, 1963 

15 1256

[Postponement of the Reconstruction of a Bridge Over the Santee River]; Washington, DC January 11, 1963 

15 1257

[Appointment of Carter E. Montgomery to Serve as Page in the United States Senate]; Washington, DC January 11, 1963 

15 1258

[Criticism of United States Government for Close Involvement with Activities of Society]; Rock Hill, SC January 24, 1963 

15 1259

[Senator Thurmond's Appointment of John Harris Douglas to United States Military Academy]; Washington, DC January 30, 1963 

15 1260

[Senator Thurmond's Appointment of Joe P. Jackson, Jr., to the United States Military Academy]; Washington, DC [circa February 1963] 

15 1261

[Soviet Military Power in Cuba]; Washington, DC February 8, 1963 

15 1262

[Senator Thurmond's Appointment as Chairman of Surface Transportation Subcommittee of the Senate Commerce Committee]; Washington, DC [circa March 1963] 

15 1263

[United States Need to Maintain Supremacy of Military Power]; Washington, DC March 2, 1963 

15 1264

[Senator Thurmond's Appointment as Chairman of Surface Transportation Subcommittee of the Commerce Committee and as Member of the Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee of the Armed Services Committee]; Washington, DC March 11, 1963 

15 1265

[Senator Thurmond Presents an Edited Collection of John C. Calhoun's Papers to Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson]; Washington, DC March 17, 1963 

15 1266

[From the Senate Committee on Commerce Concerning Problems of the Lumber Industry]; Washington, DC March 21, 1963 

15 1267

[From the Senate Committee on Commerce Concerning Two Administration-Sponsored Transportation Bills]; Washington, DC March 21, 1963 

15 1268

[Presentation of a Cannonball which was Excavated from Fort Sumter to Senator Thurmond]; Washington, DC March 22, 1963 

15 1269

[Senator Thurmond Urges American People to Demand that United States Leaders Maintain a Supremacy of Military Power]; Shreveport, LA March 23, 1963 

15 1270

[Concerning United States Foreign Policy Positions]; Lake Charles, LA March 24, 1963 

15 1271

[United States Foreign Policy Position Concerning Communism]; Columbia, SC March 29, 1963 

15 1272

[Concerning the Need for a Balanced National Budget and the Eradication of Communism from the Western Hemisphere]; Columbia, SC March 29, 1963 

15 1273

[Congress Ignores Advice Given in George Washington's Farewell Address]; Easley, SC April 26, 1963 

15 1274

[Senator Thurmond Urges the American People to Demand that United States Leaders Maintain a Supremacy of Military Power]; New York, NY May 8, 1963 

15 1275

[Senator Thurmond Urges American Citizens to Demand that United States Leaders Maintain Supremacy of Military Power]; Villanova, PA May 10, 1963 

15 1276

[Thurmond Honored by the Americans for Constitutional Action]; [Washington, DC] May 13, 1963 

15 1277

[Concerning Proposed Civil Rights Package]; [Washington, DC] [circa June 1963] 

15 1278

[Criticism of United States Foreign Policy]; [Washington, DC] [circa June 1963] 

15 1279

[Criticism of Nuclear Test Ban Proposals]; North Augusta, SC July 4, 1963 

15 1280

[Criticism of United States Foreign Policy]; Bamberg, SC July 4, 1963 

15 1281

[Senator Thurmond Urges that Military Facilities Not be Used to Aid in a Planned Demonstration]; Washington, DC July 19, 1963 

15 1282

[Senator Thrumond Greets South Carolina Boy's Nation Representatives]; Washington, DC July 23, 1963 

15 1283

[Thurmond Denounces Secretary McNamara's Policy of Declaring as Off-Limits Cities and Communities where Segregation is Practiced in Private Businesses] Washington, DC July 27, 1963 

15 1284

[Barber Shops, Race Relations and Nuclear Tests]; Myrtle Beach, SC August 5, 1963 

15 1285

[Expected Low Price Improvements on South Carolina's Tobacco Markets]; Washington, DC August 6, 1963 

15 1286

[Conceiving Factors which Senator Thurmond Felt Pose Threats to American Freedom]," (actual title is 'Your Responsibility to Preserve Freedom') Florence, SC August 9, 1963 

15 1287

[Criticism of Proposed Moscow Nuclear Test Ban Treaty]; Darlington, SC September 3, 1963 

15 1288

[Denouncement of Civil Rights Legislation by Senator Thurmond]; Washington, DC October 8, 1963 

15 1289

[Proposed Court of the Union to Oversee Supreme Court Decisions which Affect the Rights and Powers of the States]; [Washington, DC] October 22, 1963 

15 1290

[Criticism by Senator Thurmond of Federal Government Policies which He Feels to be a Threat to Freedom of Society]; Little Rock, AR October 29, 1963 

15 1291

[Criticism of Federal Government Policy concerning Centralization of Power, Foreign Policy and Nuclear Disarmament]; Miami, FL November 9, 1963 

15 1292

[Criticism of Federal Government for Increased Centralization of Power]; Greenville, SC November 16, 1963 

15 1293

[Criticism of Government Actions and Proposals which Senator Thurmond Feels to be Threats to Freedom]; Beaufort, SC November 22, 1963 

15 1294

[Concerning the Importance of Education in Preserving Freedom]; Cayce, SC November 23, 1963 

15 1295

[Naming Students to United States Senate Youth Program]; [Washington, DC] December 11, 1963 

15 1296

[Appointment of Senator Thurmond to the Surface Transportation Subcommittee of the Senate Commerce Committee]; Washington, DC. (See March 11, 1963 Press Release) [circa 1963] 

15 1297

Remarks 1963 

Box Folder

(Transcript), "[Ten Steps that Will End Freedom in America]," (Association of American Physicians and Surgeons); Denver, CO October 11, 1963 

15 1298

Reports to the People 1963 

Box Folder

"Strom Thurmond Reports to the People;" Washington, DC January 4-March 25, 1963 

16 1299

"Strom Thurmond Reports to the People;" Washington, DC April 1-June 24, 1963 

16 1300

"Strom Thurmond Reports to the People;" Washington, DC July 1-September 30 1963 

16 1301

"Strom Thurmond Reports to the People;" Washington, DC. Questions and Answers, 1963 October 7-December 9, 1963 

16 1302

(Television), [Tax Cuts]; [Washington, DC] January 9, 1963 

16 1303

(Television), [Debate in the Senate]; [Washington, DC] January 9, 1963 

16 1304

(Television), [Admission of Harvey Gantt to Clemson]; [Washington, DC] January 17, 1963 

16 1305

(Television), [President's Budget Recommendations]; [Washington, DC] January 17, 1963 

16 1306

(Television), [Soviet Military in Cuba]; [Washington, DC] January 31, 1963 

16 1307

(Television), [Constitutional Amendments for States' Rights]; [Washington, DC] February 14, 1963 

16 1308

(Television), [National Defense Forces Strategic Defense Policy]; [Washington, DC] February 14, 1963 

16 1309

(Television), [Congressional Disarmament and Nuclear Test Ban Concerns]; [Washington, DC] March 7, 1963 

16 1310

(Television), [Supreme Court Decisions Concerning Recognition of God in National Life]; [Washington, DC] March 8, 1963 

16 1311

(Recording), [Thurmond Answers Questions at We The People Convention]; Chicago, IL April 20, 1963 

16 1312

Statements 1963 

Box Folder

(Radio), "[Attempts to Change Certain Rules in Congress];" [Washington, DC] January 10, 1963 

16 1313

"[Concerning Court of Appeals Decision Ordering Immediate Admission of Harvey Gantt to Clemson College];" [Washington, DC] January 16, 1963 

16 1314

(Radio), "[The Court Decision to Admit Harvey Gantt to Clemson College];" [Washington, DC] January 17, 1963 

16 1315

(Radio), "[The Growing Federal Budget Deficits]; [Washington, DC] January 24, 1963 

16 1316

(Radio), "[The Brush Curtain Around Cuba Hides a Formidable Soviet Military Base];" [Washington, DC] January 31, 1963 

16 1317

(Radio), "[Important Issues Currently Going Through Congress]," ('Carolina Forum' Program on Station WBJ); [South Carolina] February 12, 1963 

16 1318

(Radio), "[The Hearings on United States Strategic Defense Policy before the Armed Services Committee];" [Washington, DC] February 14, 1963 

16 1319

(Radio), "[Do Not Fool the Average Person About Foreign Relations and Soviet Intentions];" [Washington, DC] February 21, 1963 

16 1320

"[Concerning Civil Rights and Racial Integration];" [Washington, DC] February 28, 1963 

16 1321

(Radio), "[The True Purpose of Government];" [Washington, DC] February 28, 1963 

16 1322

"[Concerning Government-Owned Feed Grain Supplement Feed Supply in Twelve South Carolina Counties];" [Washington, DC] March 6, 1963 

16 1323

(Radio), "[Secularists Gain Victories in Various Religious Cases];" [Washington, DC] March 7, 1963 

16 1324

"[Concerning Military Construction at Fort Jackson, South Carolina];" [Washington, DC] March 13, 1963 

16 1325

(Radio), "[What is Currently Happening in the United States Congress]," ('Carolina Forum' Program) ;[Columbia, SC] March 13, 1963 

16 1326

(Radio), "[Trouble in the Cotton Industry];" [Washington, DC] March 14, 1963 

16 1327

"[Concerning the Importance of Water Resources];" [Columbia, SC] March 18, 1963 

16 1328

(Radio), "[The Need to Improve the Missile Gap Between the United States and the Soviet Union]" [Washington, DC] March 21, 1963 

16 1329

"[Reply to Comments Made by R.D. Bennett of South Carolina Rural Electric Association (SCREA) Before Governor's Hearing on Trotters Shoals Project]" [Washington, DC] March 22, 1963 

16 1330

(Television), "The Anti-Missile Gap;" [Washington, DC] March 22, 1963 

16 1331

"Senator Thurmond's Views Concerning Mass Transit Bills;" [Washington, DC] March 28, 1963 

16 1332

(Radio), "[The Increase of Crime in Washington, DC];" [Washington, DC] March 28, 1963 

16 1333

(Radio), "[The United States' Double-dealing of the Cuban Raiders];" [Washington, DC] April 4, 1963 

16 1334

(Radio), "[The United States Gold Supply];" [Washington, DC] April 11, 1963 

16 1335

(Radio), "[National Strategic Defense Policies]," ('Carolina Forum' Program); [South Carolina] April 12, 1963 

16 1336

(Radio), "[The Six-month Anniversary of the October 'Crisis' over Soviet Establishment of a Military Base in Cuba];" [Washington, DC] April 18, 1963 

16 1337

(Television), "The Seventh Anniversary of WSPA Television Station;" [Spartanburg, SC] April 23, 1963 

16 1338

(Radio), "[The Laos Situation];" [Washington, DC] April 25, 1963 

16 1339

(Radio), "[The 33rd Anniversary of WSPA Radio Station]" [Spartanburg, SC] [circa May 1963] 

16 1340

(Radio), "[The 30th Anniversary of WFBC Radio Station];" [Greenville, SC] May 1963 

16 1341

(Radio), "[Disarmament];" [Washington, DC] May 2, 1963 

16 1342

(Television), "[The Senate's Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee Will Start Hearings on the Proposed Nuclear Test Ban Treaty];" [Washington, DC] May 3, 1963 

16 1343

(Radio), "[Defense and Communist Cuba]," ('Carolina Forum' Program); [South Carolina] May 8, 1963 

16 1344

(Television), "[The Proposed Dam on the Savannah River]," (WIS-TV) Columbia, SC May 9, 1963 

16 1345

(Radio), "[The Proposal to Build a Big Dam on the Savannah River];" [Washington, DC] May 9, 1963 

16 1346

"[Governor Donald Russell's Decision Against the Proposed Dam on the Savannah River];" [Washington, DC] May 14, 1963 

16 1347

(Television), "[Dedication of the New Tower and Transmission Facilities of WRDW-TV];" [Augusta, GA] May 14, 1963 

16 1348

(Radio), "[The Federal Government's Attempt to Take Control of the States' Powers in Education and Law Enforcement];" [Washington, DC] May 16, 1963 

16 1349

(Television), "[The Senate Special Textile Subcommittee's Hearings on the Impact of Government on the Textile Industry];" [Washington, DC] May 23, 1963 

16 1350

(Television), "[The Senate Judiciary Committee's Hearings on the Proposed Extension of the Civil Rights Commission];" [Washington, DC] May 23, 1963 

16 1351

(Radio), "[Justice Before Generosity];" [Washington, DC] May 23, 1963 

16 1352

"[Problems Involving Mineral Interests Owned by the United States]," (Subcommittee on Materials and Fuels); [Washington, DC] May 27, 1963 

16 1353

(Radio), "[Nuclear Test Bans];" [Washington, DC] May 29, 1963 

16 1354

(Radio), "[The Senate Armed Services Committee's Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee's Interim Report on the Cuban Military Buildup]," ('Carolina Forum' Program); [South Carolina] June 6, 1963 

16 1355

(Television), "[In Opposition to Proposed Statute Which Would Make Businessmen Serve and Sell to Negroes];" [Washington, DC] June 6, 1963 

16 1356

(Television), "[In Opposition to the Civil Rights Package];" [Washington, DC] June 6, 1963 

16 1357

(Radio), "[The Drive to Integrate the Private Sector];" [Washington, DC] June 6, 1963 

16 1358

(Radio), "[The United States of America's No-Win Foreign Policy in the Cold War];" [Washington, DC] June 13, 1963 

16 1359

"[Concerning Supreme Court Decision against Lord's Prayer and Bible Reading];" [Washington, DC] June 17, 1963 

16 1360

(Television), "[In Opposition to the Supreme Court's Decision Against School Prayer];" [Washington, DC] June 18, 1963 

16 1361

"[Criticism of the President's Civil Rights Proposals];" [Washington, DC] June 19, 1963 

16 1362

(Television), "[Discussing the Civil Rights Legislation]," (The Today Show on NBC-TV); New York, NY June 20, 1963 

16 1363

(Radio), "[Efforts to Erode Property and Religious Rights in America];" [Washington, DC] June 20, 1963 

16 1364

(Television), "[Attempts to Destroy Private Property and to 'Dethrone God' in America];" [Washington, DC] June 21, 1963 

16 1365

(Television), "[The Supreme Court Decision against the Lord's Prayer and Bible Reading in Schools];" [Washington, DC] June 21, 1963 

16 1366

(Television), "[Personal Freedom is Threatened by Obnoxious Civil Rights Legislation and by Executive Orders];" [Washington,DC] June 27, 1963 

16 1367

(Radio), "[The Almighty Federal Dollar is Contributing to the Centralization of Power];" [Washington, DC] June 27, 1963 

16 1368

Empty 

16 1369

(Radio), "[Laws against Trading with Communist Countries need to be Enforced];" [Washington, DC] July 11, 1963 

16 1370

(Television), "[The Proposed Civil Rights Legislation and Its Possibly Impact on the Rights of Businessmen];" [Washington, DC] July 11, 1963 

16 1371

(Television), "[The United States Government has Violated the Law on Trade with Communist Nations];" [Washington, DC] July 11, 1963 

16 1372

(Radio), "[In Opposition to President Kennedy's Civil Rights Package]" [Washington, DC] July 18, 1963 

16 1373

(Television), "[Objections to President Kennedy's Civil Rights Package];" [Washington, DC] July 18, 1963 

16 1374

(Television), "[The Fight Over the Proposed Dam on the Savannah River];" [Washington, DC] July 18, 1963 

16 1375

(Television), "[The Violence of Negro Mob Demonstrations];" [Washington, DC] July 18, 1963 

16 1376

"[Concerning Civil Rights Proposal as Applied to Facilities Open to the General Public]," (Senate Commerce Committee); [Washington, DC] August 1, 1963 

16 1377

(Radio), "[The Proposed Nuclear Test Ban Treaty]," (Radio Station WSPA); Spartanburg, SC August 1, 1963 

16 1378

(Radio), "[Conflicting Actions of the Russians prove that Americans Should not Trust Them];" [Washington, DC] August 1, 1963 

16 1379

(Radio), "[The Nuclear Test Ban Issue];" [Washington, DC] August 8, 1963 

16 1380

(Radio), "[The Fourteenth Anniversary of Radio Station WBCV];" Union, SC August 15, 1963 

16 1381

(Radio), "[Communism tries to Gain Strength through the Negro Demonstrations for Civil Rights];" [Washington, DC] August 15, 1963 

16 1382

(Television), "[Communists Penetrate Negro Demonstrations for Civil Rights];" [Washington, DC] August 15, 1963 

16 1383

(Radio), "[Wrong Estimate Involved with Moscow Test Ban Treaty];" [Washington, DC] August 22, 1963 

16 1384

"Concerning the Question of Communist Connections and Influences in the Current Negro Demonstrations;" [Washington, DC] August 23, 1963 

16 1385

(Television), "[One Thorny Question of the Moscow Test Ban Treaty: Do We Dare Risk the United States' Entire National Security on the Validity of Official Intelligence Estimates?];" [Washington, DC] August 23, 1963 

16 1386

"[Concerning Views of Admiral Arleigh Burke on Proposed Test Ban Treaty]," ( Congressional Record; Washington, DC August 27, 1963 

16 1387

(Radio), "[Concerning Foreign Aid Legislation];" [Washington, DC] August 29, 1963 

16 1388

(Television), "[Concerning Foreign Aid Spending];" [Washington, DC] August 29, 1963 

16 1389

"[Conversation Between Secretary Rusk and Senator Thurmond concerning the Vietnam War and Communism];" [Washington, DC] [circa September 1963] 

16 1390

(Radio), "[Flagrant Incongruities in United States Foreign Policy Administration];" [Washington, DC] September 12, 1963 

16 1391

(Radio), "[Thurmond Refuses to Ratify the Moscow Test Ban Treaty];" [Washington, DC] September 12, 1963 

16 1392

(Television), "[Ratifying the Moscow Test Ban Treaty and the Forthcoming Visit to Marshal Tito, the Communist Leader of Yugoslavia];" [Washington, DC] September 19, 1963 

16 1393

(Radio), "[People Want a Tax Cut Accompanied by a Cut in Government Spending];" [Washington, DC] September 26, 1963 

16 1394

(Television), "[Tax Cuts without Reducing Government Spending];" [Washington, DC] September 26, 1963 

16 1395

(Television), "[Thurmond Objects to the Sale of Wheat to the Soviet Union];" [Washington, DC] October 4, 1963 

16 1396

(Radio), "[The Problems of the United States Foreign Policy towards Latin America];" [Washington, DC] October 9, 1963 

17 1397

(Television), "[Thurmond Opposes the Approval of the Revised Version of President Kennedy's Legislative Proposal to Require Integration of Private Business];" [Washington, DC] October 9, 1963 

17 1398

(Television), "[The Problems of the United States Foreign Policy towards Latin America];" [Washington, DC] October 9, 1963 

17 1398A

(Radio), "[Federal Government tries to Discourage Industrial Growth and to Unionize all Business in the South];" [Washington, DC] October 17, 1963 

17 1399

(Television), "[The Federal Government is trying to Discourage Industrial Growth in the South and to Unionize all Business in the South]" [Washington, DC] October 17, 1963 

17 1400

(Radio), "[Where is America Headed?];" [Washington, DC] October 24, 1963 

17 1401

(Television), "[America is Headed for Socialism];" [Washington, DC] October 24, 1963 

17 1402

(Radio), "[The Federal Communications Commission's Fairness Doctrine]," ('Manion Forum of the Air' Program); [South Bend, IN] October 31, 1963 

17 1403

(Radio), "[What Effects will the Civil Rights Legislation have at the Ballot Box?];" [Washington, DC] October 31, 1963 

17 1404

(Television), "[The So-called Compromise Civil Rights Bill];" [Washington, DC] October 31, 1963 

17 1405

(Television), "Congratulations on the 10th Anniversary of Station WJBF;" Augusta, GA November 1963 

17 1406

(Radio), "[Congress Must Stop the Drive to Make Our Nation Neutral Toward God];" [Washington, DC] November 6, 1963 

17 1407

(Television), "[The Drive to Make Our Nation Neutral Toward God];" [Washington, DC] November 6, 1963 

17 1408

(Television), "[The Federal Communications Commission Seeks to Discourage the Airing of Conservative Views];" [Washington, DC] November 6, 1963 

17 1409

(Radio), "[Executive Privilege Should Not be Over-extended];" [Washington, DC] November 14, 1963 

17 1410

(Television), "[The Otepka Case and Executive Privilege];" [Washington, DC] November 14, 1963 

17 1411

(Television), "The Tenth Anniversary of Station WFBF;" Augusta, GA November 14, 1963 

17 1412

(Television), "Executive Iron Curtain;" [Washington, DC] November 14, 1963 

17 1413

(Radio), "[Thurmond Favors Banning the Use of Government Funds to Guarantee Repayment of Loans to the Soviet Union and Hungary for the Purchase of American Wheat];" [Washington, DC] November 21, 1963 

17 1414

(Radio), "[Thurmond Opposes a Polciy which would Guarantee Repayment of Loans to Hungary and the Soviet Union];" [Washington, DC] November 21, 1963 

17 1415

(Television), "[Should the United States Give Nikita Krushchev a Loan to Buy American Wheat?];" [Washington, DC] November 21, 1963 

17 1416

"[Expressing Sadness over the Assassination of President Kennedy];" [Washington, DC] November 22, 1963 

17 1417

"[Expressing Support and Praise of President Johnson];" [Washington, DC] November 26, 1963 

17 1418

"[Concerning President's Address to Congress];" [Washington, DC] November 27, 1963 

17 1419

(Radio), "[The Assassination of President John F Kennedy];" [Washington, DC] November 27, 1963 

17 1420

(Television) "[Fatal Shots Fired by an American Communist in Kennedy'' Assassination];" [Washington November 27, 1963 

17 1421

(Television) "[President Lyndon Johnson];" [Washington, DC]; November 27, 1963 

17 1422

(Radio) "[Respect the Legislative Branch of the United States Government];" [Washington, DC] December 5, 1963 

17 1423

(Television); "[Congress is Not a Failure because it Rejects Proposals that would Centralize Power in Washington];" [Washington, DC] December 5, 1963 

17 1424

"[The Cancellation of a Program that Aimed to Upgrade Military Capability in Space];" [Washington, DC] December 11, 1963 

17 1425

"[Senator Thurmond's Views Regarding the Strategic and Critical Material Stock Piles of the United States];" [Washington, DC] [circa 1963] 

17 1426

(Television) "[Congratulating the Citizens' Councils of America];" [Jackson MS] [circa 1963] 

17 1427

Statements on the Senate Floor 1963 

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"Concerning Proposal for Nuclear Test Ban;" Washington, DC February 21, 1963 

17 1428

"In Memory of Senator Robert Kerr;" Washington, DC March 1, 1963 

17 1429

"In Memory of Senator Dennis Chavey;" Washington, DC March 1, 1963 

17 1430

"In Memory of Senator Henry Dworshak;" Washington, DC March 1, 1963 

17 1431

"Honoring Senator Harry Byrd on his Thirteenth Anniversary of Service in the United States Senate;" Washington, DC March 4, 1963 

17 1432

"[Concerning Civil Rights Proposal];" Washington, DC March 7, 1963 

17 1433

"[Senator Thurmond Praises a Nuclear Power Plant for its Outstanding Safety Record];" Washington, DC March 7, 1963 

17 1434

"[Concerning the Crime Rate in the District of Columbia];" Washington, DC April 1963 

17 1435

"[Thurmond Cites a Warning that the Communist Purpose Never Changes];" Washington, DC April 10, 1963 

17 1436

"[Thurmond Presents a South Carolina Legislative Resolution Opposing the Creation of a Domestic Peace Corps],' (Bill S1321included); Washington, DC May 13, 1963 

17 1437

"[Forthcoming Trade Negotiations with the Common Market Nations];" Washington, DC May 17, 1963 

17 1438

"[Concerning Nuclear Test Ban Proposal];" [Washington, DC] May 27, 1963 

17 1439

"[Thurmond Commends the Commander of the American Legion for his Article on the Pentagon];" Washington, DC May 28, 1963 

17 1440

"[Thurmond Comments on an Article on Violence and Mob Rule];" Washington, DC May 28, 1963 

17 1441

"[Presidential Use of Troops to Force Integration of the Races];" Washington, DC May 28, 1963 

17 1442

"[Thurmond Draws Attention to a Critique of Liberal Thinking];" Washington, DC May 28, 1963 

17 1443

"[Thurmond Cites a Proposal to Reorganize the Federal Judicial System];" Washington, DC May 28, 1963 

17 1444

"[Interim Report of the Senate Preparedness Subcommittee on the Cuban Military Buildup];" Washington, DC June 4, 1963 

17 1445

"[Concerning Presidential Speech about United States Foreign Policy];" Washington, DC June 13, 1963 

17 1446

"[Thurmond Discusses Proposed Changes in United States Policy on Arms Control and Disarmament];" Washington, DC June 13, 1963 

17 1447

"[Thurmond Cites an Editorial Comment on United States Fiscal Policy];" Washington, DC June 19, 1963 

17 1448

"[Thurmond Cites Critique of United States Foreign Policy];" Washington, DC June 19, 1963 

17 1449

"[The American Ideal of Patriotism]," (published in the Belmont Banner, Belmont, NC, March 13, 1963); Washington, DC June 19, 1963 

17 1450

"[The Writing of President Kennedy's Civil Rights Message];" Washington, DC June 26, 1963 

17 1451

"[Thurmond Praises the Daughters of the American Revolution];" Washington, DC June 27, 1963 

17 1452

"In Opposition to the Trotters Shoals Dam and Reservoir Project (on Savannah River);" [Washington, DC] July 1963 

17 1453

"[Thurmond Upset Over Advertisements Dealing with the Nuclear Test Ban and Getting Out of Vietnam];" Washington, DC July 2, 1963 

17 1454

"[Thurmond Angry About a Recommendation made by the National Labor Relations Board];" Washington, DC July 14, 1963 

17 1455

"[Communism Connected to Race Riots];" Washington, DC August 1963 

17 1456

"[Find out Krushchev's Real Motives before Signing the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty];" Washington, DC August 2, 1963 

17 1457

"[Thurmond Opposes a Proposal to Change Federal Policy on Technical Education];" Washington, DC August 4, 1963 

17 1458

"[Thurmond Draws Attention to the Opinions of a Prominent Businessman];" Washington, DC August 13, 1963 

17 1459

"[Thurmond Cites an Example of Biased Newspaper Reporting];" Washington, DC August 13, 1963 

17 1460

"Soviet Superiority in Anti-Ballistic Missile Defense;" Washington, DC August 23, 1963 

17 1461

"[Thurmond Cites Admiral Arleigh Burke's Opposition to the Proposed Test Ban Treaty];" Washington, DC August 27, 1963 

17 1462

"[Thurmond Criticizes a Plan to Change Federal Policy on Technical Education];" Washington, DC September 4, 1963 

17 1463

"[Requesting the Several Articles on the Proposed Moscow Test Ban Treaty be Printed in the Congressional Record];" Washington, DC September 10, 1963 

17 1464

"[Requesting that Several Drew Pearson Columns o n Krushchev and Communism be Printed in the Congressional Record];" Washington, DC September 16, 1963 

17 1465

"[The Nuclear Test Ban Treaty];" [Washington, DC] September 17, 1963 

17 1466

"In Opposition to Further Extension of the Life of the Civil Rights Commission];" [Washington, DC] September 26, 1963 

17 1467

"[The Otto Otepka Case and the Purging of State Department Personnel];" [Washington, DC] October 7, 1963 

17 1468

"[The Federal Communications Commission's 'Fairness Doctrine'];" [Washington, DC] October 15, 1963 

17 1469

"[An Example of Intimidation by the Federal Communications Commission];" [Washington, DC] November 5, 1963 

17 1470

"[Thurmond Argues that the United States Government Should Not Facilitate the Lending of Money to Hungary and the Soviet Union for Purchase of American Wheat];" Washington, DC November 26, 1963 

17 1471

"The Nomination of Paul H. Nitze to be Secretary of Navy;" [Washington, DC] November 26, 1963 

17 1472

"In Memory of the Late President John F. Kennedy;" [Washington, DC] December 11, 1963 

17 1473

"[Don't Blame Southerners and Conservatives for President John F. Kennedy's Assassination];" [Washington, DC] December 13, 1963 

17 1474

 Subseries B Originals (1947-1970) 

1947 

Box Folder

Addresses 1947 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Inaugural Address, Columbia, S.C., [January 21, 1947].
  2. "Awake and Accomplish," 37 th Convention of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress, Washington, D.C., May 3, 1947.
  3. "Accomplishments of the 1947 General Assembly of South Carolina," Radio Station WIS, Columbia, S.C., June 4, 1947 (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
  4. "The First Law of Nature," 17 th Judicial Conference of the Fourth Circuit, Asheville, N.C., June 13, 1947 (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
  5. "Highway Safety," President's Highway Safety Conference, Washington, D.C., June 19, 1947.
  6. "State Park Day," Paris Mountain State Park, Paris Mountain, S.C., June 22, 1947 (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
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Addresses 1947 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[America's State of Preparedness]," Annual Meeting of the Governors' Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 15, 1947.
  2. "The Uneasy World and Universal Military Training," National Convention of American Veterans, Columbus, Ohio, October 2, 1947.
  3. "Let's Look at '48." Radio Station WHAS, Louisville, Kentucky, October 2, 1947.
  4. "State Finances and the Institutions Building Bill," Columbia, S.C., December 9, 1947.
1 2

Remarks 1947 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Housing Problems]," Regional Meeting of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, Myrtle Beach, S.C., September 15, 1947.
1 3

Speeches 1947 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Textiles and the South," Southern Textile Association, Blowing Rock, N.C., June 21, 1947.
1 4

Statements 1947 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Construction of the Clark's Hill Project in South Carolina]", U.S. House Appropriations Committee's Civil Functions Appropriations Subcommittee, [Washington, D.C.], [c. 1947].
  2. [Accomplishments of the 1947 General Assembly of South Carolina]," Executive Chambers, Columbia, S.C., May 10, 1947.
  3. "The Clark Hill Project, South Carolina," United States House Appropriations Committee's Civil Functions Appropriations Subcommittee (inserted into the Congressional Record by Senator Burnet R. Maybank), Washington, D.C., June 20, 1947.
  4. "[Freight Rates]," Southern Governors' Conference, Asheville, N.C., October 21, 1947.
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 1948 

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Addresses 1948 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "The Challenge of the Sex Criminal," Southern Atlantic Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Augusta, Georgia, February 13, 1948.
  2. "[Reopening of Radio Station WUSC]", University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C., March 16, 1948.
  3. "[President Truman's Civil Rights Program]", Columbia Democratic Party Rally, Columbia, S.C., [March 17, 1948].
  4. "[Education and Salaries for Teachers]", State Teachers' Convention, Columbia, S.C., March 18, 1948.
  5. "[Radio's Impact]," Dedication of Radio Station WLBG, Clinton, S.C., March 28, 1948.
  6. "[Radio's Impact]," Dedication of Radio Station WTYC, Rock Hill, S.C., May 2, 1948.
  7. "[The Future]," Junior-Senior Banquet at Furman University, Greenville, S.C., May 15, 1948.
  8. "Accomplishments of the 1948 General Assembly of South Carolina," Radio Station WIS, Columbia, S.C., May 26, 1948 (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
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Addresses 1948 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Presentation to the State of South Carolina of Property and Buildings for the Establishment of an Area Trade School", Radio Station WCOS, Columbia, S.C., June 2, 1948.
  2. "[Important Steps South Carolina Needs to Take to Move Forward]," Commencement Exercises at the South Carolina Medical College, Charleston, S.C., June 3, 1948.
  3. Seconding Nomination of Senator Richard B. Russell of Georgia, for President of the United States, Democratic National Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 14, 1948.
  4. "[States' Rights Democrats]," The Watermelon Festival, Cherryville, North Carolina, July 31, 1948.
  5. [Acceptance Speech on Becoming States' Rights Candidate for President], Houston, Texas, August 11, 1948.
  6. "Presidential Timber," Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., Radio Broadcast, New York, August 11 [Published in Talks, Volume 13, Number 3, October, 1948]
  7. "[Preparedness and Communism]," Reunion of the Ivy Division (8th Infantry Regiment of the Army Fourth Division), Augusta, Georgia, September 4, 1948.
  8. Florida State Labor Day Celebration, Wildwood, Florida, September 6, 1948.
  9. "[Labor Day and States' Rights]," Labor Day Celebration, Fairfield, Alabama, September 6, 1948.
  10. "[Introducing Judge Horace C. Wilkinson of Birmingham, Alabama]", Spartanburg, S.C., October 24, 1948.
  11. "[States' Rights]," Texarkana, Texas, October 27, 1948.
  12. "[Preventing Accidents]," South Carolina Industrial Safety Conference, Columbia, S.C., November 4, 1948.
1 7

Remarks 1948 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Accepting portrait of Dr. Henry Radcliffe Sims on Behalf of Winthrop College]", Rock Hill, S.C., May 29, 1948.
  2. "Taxation and Fiscal Policies," National Governors' Conference, Wentworth-by-the-Sea, New Hampshire, June 14, 1948.
  3. "Civil Defense," National Governors' Conference, Wentworth-by-the-Sea, New Hampshire, June 16, 1948.
  4. "['Campus Salute' Program of Mutual Broadcasting System]," Homecoming Day Luncheon at the Citadel, Charleston, S.C., December 4, 1948.
  5. "[Education and a School Survey]," Radio Station WIS, Columbia, S.C., December 31, 1948.
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Statements 1948 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Annual Message, South Carolina General Assembly, Columbia, S.C., January 14, 1948.
  2. ["Universal Military Training"], Radio Station WIS, Columbia, S.C., January 24, 1948.
  3. "[Education]," South Carolina General Assembly, Columbia, S.C., [February 18, 1948].
  4. "Celebrating Forthcoming Frequency-Modulation Broadcasting of Radio Station WIS-FM", Columbia, S.C., February 28, 1948.
  5. Prayer at Sunrise Services Easter Morning, Columbia, S.C., March 28, 1948.
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Statements 1948 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Closing Speech, South Carolina General Assembly, Columbia, S.C., [April 10, 1948].
  2. "Giving Credit for Bible Courses in the Public Schools," State Board of Education, Columbia, S.C., April 15, 1948.
  3. "A Ship Channel from the Ocean to Port Royal, South Carolina," Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, [Location Unknown], April 20, 1948.
  4. "The 18th Anniversary of Radio Station WCSC and WCSC-FM," Radio Station WCSC, Charleston, S.C., May 14, 1948.
  5. "The 18th Anniversary of Radio Station WIS," Radio Station WIS, [Columbia, S.C.], July 10, 1948.
  6. "[Towards Securing the Equalization of Freight Rates]," Southern Governors' Conference, Savannah, Georgia December 14, 1948.
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1949 

Box Folder

Addresses 1949 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Soil Conservation]", Annual Winter Meeting of State Association of Soil Conservation District Supervisors, Columbia, S.C., January 21, 1949.
  2. "National Security Training," American Legion Spring Rally, Columbia, S.C., February 14, 1949.
  3. "[Opening New Opportunities]," Dedication of Forte Motte Bridge, Near St. Matthews, S.C., February 27, 1949.
  4. "[Raising the Standards of Education and Increasing the Per Capita Income]," Palmetto State Teachers Association, Columbia, S.C., March 24, 1949.
  5. "[Progress]," Dedication of Walter Andrews Memorial Bridge, Georgetown, S.C., March 30, [1949].
  6. "[The Fairfield Band Organization]," "Band Day" Program, Radio Station WIS, Winnsboro, S.C., April 8,1949.
  7. "[Insurance]," Dedication of New Home Office Building of Capital Life and Health Insurance Company, Columbia, S.C., April 24, 1949.
  8. "[Education and Opportunities]," Dedication of New Reidville School, Reidville, S.C., April 29, 1949.
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Addresses 1949 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Economic Opportunity in South Carolina]," Wesleyan Methodist College, Central, S.C., May 6, 1949.
  2. "[Economic Future of South Carolina]", Junior-Senior Banquet at Newberry College, Newberry, S.C., May 13, 1949.
  3. "[Education and Democracy]," Graduation Exercises at Bob Jones University, Greenville, S.C., May 31, 1949.
  4. "[The Mining Industry]," Southeastern Mining Association's Organization Meeting, Columbia, S.C., June 10, 1949.
  5. "Tobacco Referendum to be held on July 23," Pee Dee, S.C., [c. July, 1949].
  6. "Accomplishments of 1949 General Assembly," Columbia, S.C., July 25, 1949.
  7. "[Economic Progress of South Carolina]," broadcast over Radio Station WJAY on the day of the Mullins Tobacco Festival, Mullins, S.C., August 4, 1949.
  8. "O'er the Ramparts We Watched!" Alabama Bar Association, Mobile, Alabama, August 13, 1949.
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Addresses 1949 

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  1. "[Effective Instrument for Public Good]," Annual Meeting of the South Carolina State Employees' Association, [Columbia, S.C.], September 30, 1949.
  2. "[Course of Human Freedom]," State Convention of United Daughters of the Confederacy, Florence, S.C., October 21, 1949.
  3. "Responsible Citizenship," American Education Week Program on Radio Station WORD, Spartanburg, S.C., November 8, 1949.
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Addresses 1949 

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  1. Introducing Governor Gordon Browning of Tennessee, South Carolina Wildlife Federation Meeting, Sumter, S.C., November 15, 1949.
  2. "Americanism," Spartanburg Junior Chamber of Commerce, Spartanburg, S.C., November 16, 1949.
  3. "Report of Freight Rate Committee of Southern Governors' Conference," Southern Governors' Conference, [Biloxi, Mississippi], November 21, 1949 (2 copies).
  4. "[Medical Education]," Cedric Foster's Mutual Broadcasting System Program, Biloxi, Mississippi, November 22, 1949.
  5. Memorial Ceremony for Departed Members, Elks Club, Rock Hill, S.C., December 4, 1949.
  6. "[Basic Precepts of Masonry]," Two-State Masonic Meeting, Augusta, Georgia, December 27, 1949.
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Remarks 1949 

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  1. Honoring the Men of South Carolina's National Guard, National Guard Military Ball, Columbia, S.C., January 22, 1949.
  2. "[Government and Education]," State Teachers' Meeting, Columbia, South Carolina, March 18, 1949.
  3. "[National Security]," Radio Station WIS, Columbia, S.C. April 4, 1949.
  4. "[Free America]," "Army Day" Program on the State House Steps, Columbia, S.C., April 6, 1949.
  5. "[Reverence for the Influence of Mother]," Mother's Day Radio Broadcast, Spartanburg, South Carolina, May 8, 1949.
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Statements 1949 

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  1. Annual Message, South Carolina General Assembly, Columbia, S.C., January 12, 1949.
  2. "Appointment of Miss Faith Clayton to the South Carolina Industrial Commission," Columbia, S.C., April 27, 1949.
  3. "Pending State Senate Confirmation of Miss Faith Clayton as a Member of the South Carolina Industrial Commission," [Columbia, S.C.], May 21, 1949.
  4. "Continuation of the Matter of Confirmation of Miss Faith Clayton's Appointment to the Industrial Commission," [Columbia, S.C.], May 25, 1949.
  5. "New Amendments to the State Retirement Act," Columbia, S.C., June 3, 1949.
  6. Closing Message, South Carolina General Assembly, Columbia, S.C., June 4, 1949.
  7. "Appointment of Elias Thomas McGee to the South Carolina Public Service Authority," [Columbia, S.C.], June 17, 1949.
  8. [Replying] to Press Query as to Whether He Would Attend Dinner at Which Vice President [Alben William] Barkley will Speak July 1," [Columbia, S.C.], June 19, 1949.
  9. "[Governor's Conference Agenda]," Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 19-22, 1949.
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Statements 1949 

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  1. Reply to Press Query on His Reaction to the Speech of Vice-President [Alben William] Barkley, National Democratic Party Dinner, Columbia, S.C., July 1, 1949.
  2. "Deploring the Expenditure of Large Sums of Money to Purchase Textile Machinery to be Sent Abroad to Foster Unfair Competition with American Textile Industries," [Columbia, S.C.], July 12, 1949.
  3. Condemning the Remarks Concerning Freight Rates Contained in the Report by Dr. [Calvin B.] Hoover and Dr. [B. U.] Ratchford, Entitled 'The Impact of Federal Policies on the Economy of the South'," [Columbia, S.C.], July 16, 1949.
  4. "Plans for Statewide Radio Broadcast on [the] Accomplishments of [the] South Carolina General Assembly," [Columbia, S.C.], July 23, 1949.
  5. "Correcting Certain Press Reports of His Remarks to the South Carolina Sheriffs' Association Concerning Movies," [Columbia, S.C.], July 29, 1949.
  6. "Appointment of Committee to Study Revision of Drainage Laws," [Columbia, S.C.], August 4, 1949.
  7. Formal Dedication of Radio Station WDKD, Kingstree, South Carolina, [Columbia, S.C.], August 14, 1949 (Transcribed August 6, 1949).
  8. "[Regarding] Action by National Democratic Committee Purging States' Rights Democratic Members," [Columbia, S.C.], August 25, 1949.
  9. "[Governor Thurmond Welcomes People of the Great Midwest to Visit South Carolina]," Chicago Tribune Special Issue, [Chicago, Illinois], September 7, 1949.
  10. "Welcoming Motorists to South Carolina," Nash Airflyte Magazine, [Location Unknown], September 8, 1949.
  11. "Increasing Economic and Social Conditions in South Carolina," Railroad Journal, Atlanta, Georgia, September 8, 1949.
  12. "'Governors' Day' [to be] a Feature of American Brahman Centennial," [Charleston, S.C.], September 9, 1949.
  13. "[Utilization of South Carolina's Agricultural Resources]," Farmers Night Kiwanis Meeting, Greer, S.C, September 9, 1949.
  14. "[Greenville City Council's Resolution on Decontrolling Rents in the Area]," [Greenville, S.C.], September 13, 1949.
  15. "Urging Full Support of New Recruiting Drive of South Carolina National Guard," [Columbia, S.C.], September 13, 1949.
  16. "[Spirit of Friendship and Cooperation between the Two Carolinas]," The Charlotte Observer, [Charlotte, N.C.], September 23, 1949.
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  1. "The Appointment of Mr. Otis W. Livingston as a Member of the State Tax Commission to Succeed the Late Thomas M. Howell," [Columbia, S.C.], October 3, 1949.
  2. "Telegram [Indicates] Reduction of 5% in Workmen's Compensation Insurance Rates," [Columbia, S.C.], October 5, 1949.
  3. "The Passing of J. H. Fowls, Clerk of the State Senate," [Columbia, S.C.], October 12, 1949.
  4. "[South Carolina's Great Textile Industry]", Southern Textile News' "The Textile South" Edition, [Charlotte, N.C.], October 15, 1949.
  5. "[On Being Asked to Comment on Mr. James F. Byrnes, Statement that he might be available to offer for Governor]", [Columbia, S.C.], October 17, 1949.
  6. "[Rent Decontrol in Greenville, South Carolina]," [Greenville, S.C.], October 28, 1949.
  7. "[The] Appointment of Mr. O. L. Brady as Chief of South Carolina Law Enforcement Division," [Columbia, S.C.], October 29, 1949.
  8. "[South Carolina's Dominant Role in the Cotton Textile Industry Continues During 1948]," American Wool and Cotton Reporter's "Southern Progress Edition," [Boston, Massachusetts], November 8, 1949.
  9. "The Death of Honorable William P. Blackwell, Secretary of State of South Carolina," [Columbia, S.C.], November 18, 1949.
  10. "[The] Appointment of P. T. Bradham as Secretary of State of South Carolina," [Columbia, S.C.], November 23, 1949.
  11. "The Appointment of Mr. Wilson W. Harris of Clinton, as a Member of the Board of Regents of South Carolina State Hospital," [Columbia, S.C.], December 2, 1949.
  12. "[Interstate Commerce Commission-The Last Major Obstacle to Freight Rate Equality]," [Columbia, S.C.], December 2, 1949.
  13. "[Governor Thurmond Supports Mr. Ralph Sigwald in the National Talent Contest on the Horace Heidt Radio Program]," [Columbia, S.C.], December 13, 1949.
  14. "Urging Safety Precautions for Christmas and New Year's Holidays," [Columbia, S.C.], December 15, 1949.
  15. "[South Carolina's Contribution to the Solution of Louisiana's Water Management Problem]," Columbia, S.C., December 22, 1949.
  16. "[Merry Christmas]," Radio Station WNOK, Columbia, S.C., December 24, 1949.
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Telegrams 1949 

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  1. To Honorable Louis Johnson, Secretary of Defense, "Abolishment of Negro Air Units," [Washington, D.C.], May 12, 1949.
  2. To the Cottonseed Conference in Memphis, Tennessee, "[Opposing] the Cottonseed Price Support Program," [Columbia, S.C.], September 7, 1949.
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Addresses 1950 

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  1. Annual Message to the South Carolina General Assembly, [Columbia, S.C.], January 18, 1950.
  2. "[Self-reliant People Working in Freedom Towards the Goal of Economic Prosperity]," Convention of Ruritan National Clubs, Myrtle Beach, S.C., January 24, 1950.
  3. "['Unity for Service']," Exchange Club District Ladies' Night Orangeburg, S.C., January 27, 1950.
  4. "[Unity and Prosperity in Rapidly Changing South Carolina]," County-Wide Service Club Barbecue Supper of Cheraw Lions Club, Cheraw, S.C., February 2, 1950.
  5. "[Importance of the Red Cross]," Annual Red Cross Meeting, Sumter, S.C., February 10, 1950.
  6. "[Solving the Ills of Municipality in South Carolina]," South Carolina Municipal Association, Columbia, S.C., February 21, 1950.
  7. [Welcoming the Formation and Development of the National Fidelity Insurance Company], Dedication of Home Office of National Fidelity Insurance Company, Spartanburg, S.C., February 23, 1950.
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Addresses 1950 

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  1. "Dangers of Federal Aid to Education," Annual Convention of South Carolina Education Association, [South Carolina], March 31, 1950.
  2. Dedicating University of South Carolina Law Building, [Columbia, S.C.], April 13, 1950. (Speech and Dedication Card)
  3. "[The Advancements and Goals of South Carolina in the Fields of Science and Industry]," Southern Association of Science and Industry, Charleston, S.C., May 1, 1950.
  4. Accepting the Liberty Bell Replica, Columbia, S.C., July 4, 1950.
  5. Celebrating Opening of New WBT Television Station in Charlotte, North Carolina, Columbia, S.C., September 20,1950.
  6. "[Importance of Nurses and Health Care in South Carolina]," Convention of South Carolina Nurses, Columbia, S.C., October 5, 1950.
  7. "[Celebration of United Nations Day]," Radio Station WIS, [Columbia, S.C.], October 24, 1950 (transcribed October 17, 1950).
  8. "Community Chest Red Feather Campaign," [Location Unknown], November 2, 1950.
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Addresses 1950 

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  1. "['New South' During a Time of National Struggle]," Southern Governors' Conference, Charleston, S.C., November 27, 1950.
  2. "[Balancing Agricultural Economy and Industry]," Southern Governors' Conference, Charleston, S.C., November 28, 1950.
  3. "[Possibilities of Achievement in South Carolina]," Dedication of New Trans-Lux Newscast Sign by Radio Station WUSN, Charleston, S.C., November 28, 1950.
  4. "[The Changing South-A Land of Today]," World Outlook Conference at Bob Jones University, [Greenville, S.C.], December 14, 1950.
  5. "[Productivity of Forest Industries in South Carolina]," Forest Industries Meeting, Columbia, S.C., December 21, 1950.
  6. "Christmas Greetings," Radio Station WSPA's "Piedmont Farm Hour" Program, Spartanburg, S.C., December 25, 1950.
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Articles 1950 

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  1. "Our Fish and Game Situation;" "Little Time for Exercise;" "A Good State for Athletics;" "A Bird Story;" "Guest Column" for Carter "Scoop" Latimer in the Greenville News, [Greenville, S.C.], February 17, 1950.
  2. "Farming Trends in South Carolina," The Agrarian, [Clemson, S.C.], May 1, 1950.
  3. "[The Progressive and Industrious Attitude of Sumter's People]," Sumter's Iris Festival and Sesquicentennial's Souvenir Program, [Sumter, S.C.], May 5, 1950.
  4. "[Encouraging Development of Textile Industry in South Carolina]," American Wool and Cotton Reporter, [Boston, Massachusetts], December 1, 1950.
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Press Releases 1950 

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  1. "[Governor Thurmond Appoints Miss Betsy Barbara Thomas of Spartanburg to be 'Princess of South Carolina' at the Third Annual National Seafood Festival]," Columbia, S.C., September 10, 1950.
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Remarks 1950 

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  1. "[Selling South Carolina to South Carolinians]," Transcribed for broadcast at the Opening South Carolina Products Exposition, Charleston, S.C., March 21, 1950.
  2. "[The Selection of Mrs. Minnie Brown Kennedy as the State Mother for 1950]," Aiken, S.C., May 14, 1950.
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Statements 1950 

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  1. "Greetings to Disabled American Veterans," Annual Conventionof Disabled American Veterans, [Greenville, S.C.], [c.1950].
  2. "War Prisoners and Internees Can File Benefit Claims Beginning January 3," Columbia, S.C., January 2, 1950.
  3. "[Date and Time of Annual Pre-Legislative Conferences]," Columbia, S.C., January 5, 1950.
  4. "[The Audit Report Prepared by Mr. W. B. Edgar, C.P.A., for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1949]," Advisory Board of South Carolina Public Service Authority Meeting, Columbia, S.C., January 6, 1950.
  5. "Confirmation by the State Senate of the Appointment of Miss Faith Clayton to the Senate Industrial Commission," [Columbia, S.C.], January 11, 1950.
  6. "[Time and Date of the Annual Message to the General Assembly]," [Columbia, South Carolina], January 17, 1950.
  7. "[Radio Broadcast Opening Colonial Stores Scholarship Contest]", [Columbia, S.C.], January 17, 1950.
  8. "[South Carolina Veterans Who Fought in the Battle of the Bulge Invited to Attend Dedication of the Bastogne Monument in Belgium]", Columbia, S.C., January 20, 1950.
  9. "[Request for a Plaque to be Placed in the State House to Honor South Carolinians Who Received the Congressional Medal of Honor in World War II]," Letter to South Carolina General Assembly, Columbia, S.C., February 8, 1950.
  10. "Approval by Both Houses of General Assembly of Reorganization Plan No. 2", [Columbia, S.C.], February 8, 1950.
  11. "[The 40th Anniversary of the Boy Scouts]," Winston-Salem, N.C., February 9, 1950.
  12. "In Response to Questions as to Accuracy of Drew Pearson'sStatement That He May Withdraw from Senate Race," Columbia, S.C., February 13, 1950.
  13. "Reduction of Fire Insurance Rates in South Carolina," [Columbia, S.C.], February 19, 1950.
  14. Opening of Columbia Garden Club's Parkway Picnic Area on Camden Highway, Columbia, South Carolina, February 22, 1950.
  15. Signing the Act Providing for the Election of the Mayor of the City of Columbia by the People, [Columbia, S.C.], February 22, 1950.
  16. "[A] Tribute to Henderson Advertising Agency," Radio Station WFBC, Greenville, S.C., February 23, 1950.
  17. "[Declaring an Emergency Forest Fire Situation in the State]", [Columbia, S.C.], February 27, 1950.
  18. "[The] Publication of John C. Calhoun, American Portrait by Margaret L. Coit", [Columbia, S.C.], February 28, 1950.
  19. "[Thurmond Sends a Protest to President Truman about the Detention of Greek Children in Communist Countries]," [Columbia, S.C.] February 28, 1950.
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Statements 1950 

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  1. "The Opening of the 1950 Fund Campaign of the American Red Cross," [Columbia, S.C.], March 1, 1950.
  2. "[The] Appointment of Mr. E. H. Talbert to Serve as Fuel Coordinator of South Carolina During Coal Shortage Emergency," [Columbia, S.C.], March 2, 1950.
  3. "South Carolina Democrats [urged to] Attend Precinct Meetings," [Columbia, S.C.], March 7, 1950.
  4. "Celebrating [the] Sesquicentennial of [the] Establishment of the Capital at Washington, D.C." (Delivered by Senator P. H. McEachin of Florence, South Carolina, for Governor Thurmond), Washington, D.C., March 9, 1950.
  5. "[Dedication to Educational Betterment]," 32nd Annual Convention of the Palmetto State Teachers Association, [Columbia, S.C.], March 10, 1950.
  6. "[Greetings to South Carolinians Visiting Miami Beach]," South Carolina Program of International Radio Club, Radio Station WMBM, Miami Beach, Florida, March 16, 1950.
  7. "[The Hospitalization of Veterans]," Congressional Investigating Committee at the Oliver General Hospital, Augusta, Georgia, March 24, 1950.
  8. For Governors' Opinion Survey on Overlapping State-Federal Tax Systems in the New York Herald-Tribune, [Columbia, S.C.], March 29, 1950.
  9. "[Reductions in State Appropriations]," Letter to the State Senate and the House of Representatives, [Columbia, S.C.], April 4, 1950.
  10. "[Reducing Appropriations for the Current Year]," Letter to E. C. Rhodes, Comptroller General of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C., April 11, 1950.
  11. "President Truman's Statement That All Segregation is Discriminatory," [Columbia, S.C.], April 13, 1950.
  12. "[Governor Thurmond Appoints Miss Mary Risher, of Bamberg, South Carolina, to Serve as 'Miss South Carolina' at the Azalea Festival]", [Columbia, S.C.], April 16-22, 1950.
  13. "[Teachers' Salaries should be Comparable to Other States]," Letter to the State Senate and the House of Representatives, [Columbia, S.C.], April 18, 1950.
  14. "[Governor Thurmond Gratified to Sign the Election Law Passed by the General Assembly]", [Columbia, S.C.], April 20, 1950.
  15. "The Defeat of Senator Claude Pepper by Congressman [George Armistead] Smathers," [Columbia, S.C.], May 3, 1950.
  16. [Closing Remarks as the 88th General Assembly Prepares to Adjourns], Letter to the State Senate and the House of Representatives, [Columbia, S.C.], June 3, 1950.
  17. "[The] Supreme Court Case of State of Georgia Versus Pennsylvania Ry. Et Al," [Columbia, S.C.], June 15, 1950.
  18. "[Commending 'Salute to the States']," Third Annual 'Salute to the States' Program, Asbury Park, New Jersey, June 24, 1950.
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Statements 1950 

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  1. "[Congratulations to Senator Olin Johnston on His Nomination to the United States Senate]," [Columbia, S.C.], July 11, 1950.
  2. "Reactivation of Fort Jackson," [Columbia, S.C.], July 15, 1950.
  3. "[Greetings to South Carolina Residents Visiting City of Clearwater and Pinellas County]", published in special edition of Clearwater Sun, Clearwater, Florida, July 15, 1950.
  4. "Civil Defense," [Columbia, South Carolina], July 18, 1950.
  5. "The Appointment of Fulton B. Creech, of Sumter, South Carolina, to the South Carolina State Forestry Commission," [Columbia, S.C.], September 1, 1950.
  6. "[The] Investigation of [the] Ku Klux Klan Parade at Myrtle Beach August 26, 1950," [Columbia, S.C.], September 1, 1950.
  7. "Furnishing Assistance to the Sheriff of Greenville County to Preserve the Peace at Woodside Mills," [Columbia, S.C.], September 7, 1950.
  8. "Financial Condition of the State," [Columbia, S.C.], September 19, 1950.
  9. "[The American Bar Association's Resolution on] Urging State Legislatures to Pass Laws Requiring Lawyers to File Sworn Affidavits That They Are Not Communists," [Columbia, S.C.], September 21, 1950.
  10. "The Adoption of the Merit System by the State Highway Department," [Columbia, S.C.], September 22, 1950.
  11. Commenting on "Crusade for Freedom," [Columbia, S.C.], September 27, 1950.
  12. Commenting on "'Singspiration' Rallies Sponsored by Billy Graham Men's Club of Columbia," [Columbia, S.C.], September 29, 1950.
  13. "President Truman's Remarks about Honorable James F. Byrnes;" [Columbia, S.C.], September 29, 1950.
  14. "The Need for Bringing Out the Facts Concerning the Proposed Increase in Telephone Rates," [Columbia, S.C.], September 29, 1950.
  15. "Plans for the 1950 Southern Governors' Conference at Charleston, South Carolina, November 26-28, 1950," [Columbia, S.C.], October 3, 1950.
  16. "[Industrial Safety]," Letter to the 13th Annual South Carolina State-Wide Safety Conference, Columbia, S.C., October 12, 1950.
  17. "The Appointment of Mr. John A. Stokes as Sheriff of Darlington County," [Columbia, S.C.], October 18, 1950.
  18. "[Children and Youth]," for use in booklet prepared by South Carolina White House Conference on Children and Youth, [Columbia, S.C.], October 26, 1950.
  19. "Voters [Should] Approve [the] Proposed State-Wide Constitutional Amendments in [the] November 7 General Election," [Columbia, S.C.], October 31, 1950.
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Statements 1950 

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  1. "Appointment of State Fulbright Scholarship Committee," [Columbia, S.C.], November 1, 1950.
  2. "[The] Educational Program of South Carolina Aeronautics Commission," [Columbia, S.C.], November 6, 1950.
  3. "[Welcome to the South Carolina Conference on Social Work]," Columbia, S.C., November 8, 1950.
  4. "The Appointment of C. C. Pearce, Jr., as a Member of the South Carolina State Ports Authority," [Columbia, S.C.], November 14, 1950.
  5. "Celebration of Thanksgiving Day," [Columbia, S.C.], November 23, 1950.
  6. "The Regional Understanding Seminar to be Held at Opportunity School December 26-30", [Columbia, S.C.], December 14, 1950.
  7. "Urging Extra Caution to Help Reduce Accidents at Christmastime," [Columbia, S.C.], December 16, 1950.
  8. "Seasons Greetings to [All] South Carolina," [Columbia, S.C.], December 25, 1950.
  9. "[The] 'Tide of Toys' Campaign of the American Legion," [Columbia, S.C.], December 28, 1950.
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Telegrams 1950 

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  1. To Governor Thurmond from Charles H. Crutchfield, Vice President and General Manager of Jefferson Standard Broadcasting Company, "[Preventing the Destruction of the Jefferson Standard Broadcasting Company Tower]," [Columbia, S.C.], January 23, 1950.
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Addresses 1951 

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  1. Annual Message to the General Assembly, Columbia, S.C., January 10, 1951.
  2. "[Important Accomplishments of J. Strom Thurmond's Administration]," Radio Station WMSC'S "Town and Country" Program, Columbia, South Carolina, January 13, 1951.
  3. "[If America is to Remain Free]," Reserve Officers Association of the United States, Greenville, S.C., May 29, 1951.
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Statements 1951 

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  1. "Plans for a Family Reception at Governor's Mansion on Sunday, January 7, 1951," [Columbia, S.C.], January 4, 1951.
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Addresses 1952 

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  1. "Permanent Preparedness," American Legion Spring Rally, Columbia, S.C., March 24, 1952.
  2. "The Road Back to Socialism," Supervisory Personnel of Abbeville Mills, Greenwood, S.C., October 17, 1952.
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Addresses 1954 

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  1. "[Write-in Strom Thurmond for the United States Senate]," Spartanburg, S.C., [c.1954].
  2. "[Thurmond's Accomplishments as Governor of South Carolina]," [South Carolina], [c.1954]
  3. "[The Voters' Right to Vote for Their Public Officials]," [Greenville, South Carolina], [c.1954].
  4. "[Vote for Strom Thurmond for the United States Senate]," [Charleston, S.C.], [c.1954].
  5. "[The Voters' Right to Choose Their Own Candidates]," [Marion, S.C.], [c.1954].
  6. "[The Voters' Right to Choose Their Own Candidates]," [Georgetown, S.C.], [c.1954] (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
  7. "[Some of the Vital Principles Being Fought in ThisCampaign and the Guidelines Which Will Serve Thurmond as United States Senator]," [South Carolina], [c.1954].
  8. "[The Vital Principle Being Fought in This Campaign and the Problem Facing South Carolina Voters on November 2]," [South Carolina], [c.1954].
  9. "[Vote for Strom Thurmond for the United States Senate]," [South Carolina], [c.1954].
  10. "Radio Address of Strom Thurmond [People Have the Right to Vote for Those Who Governs Them]," [South Carolina], [c.1954].
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Addresses 1954 

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  1. "Report for Army Affairs," Reserve Officers Association of the United States, Omaha, Nebraska, June 17, 1954 (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
  2. "[The Democratic Party Committee's Decision to Pick a Nominee Without a Primary was Indefensible and Inexcusable]," [S.C.], [c. September, 1954].
  3. "[The Voters' Right to Pick Their Own Candidates]," Junior Chamber of Commerce, Columbia, S.C., September 29, 1954.
  4. "[Thurmond will be a Write-in Candidate for the United States Senate]," [South Carolina], [c. October, 1954].
  5. "[Rights of the Democratic Voters to Nominate Their Office Holders]", Sumter, South Carolina, October 5, 1954.
  6. "[Rights of the Democratic Voters to Nominate Their Office Holders]," Florence, S.C., October 8, 1954.
  7. "[Political Machines in South Carolina]," Seneca, S.C., October 23, 1954.
  8. "[The Right to Vote for One's Candidate]," Laurens, S.C. October 26, 1954.
  9. "[The Right to Vote]," Script for Gren Seibels Program, [South Carolina], November 1, 1954.
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Press Releases 1954 

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  1. [Letter to Mrs. Claude Martin Canceling the League of Women Voters Debate in Spartanburg, South Carolina], [South Carolina], [c.1954].
  2. "[Thurmond Declares to be True to the Idea That Edgar Brown supported the States' Rights Movements]," [South Carolina], October 28, 1954.
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Statements 1954 

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  1. "[The Right to Nominate the Candidate of One's Choice in a Primary Election]," [South Carolina], [c. 1954].
  2. "[Thurmond Opposes Campaign of False Accusations and Mud Slinging]," [South Carolina], [c.1954].
  3. "[Thurmond Promises to Resign from the Senate if Elected to allow a Primary Election to Take Place]," [South Carolina], [c.1954].
  4. "[Reserve Officers Personnel Act]," Reserve Forces Policy Board, [Location Unknown], July 14, 1954 (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
  5. "The Reserve Officers Personnel Act," U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, Washington, D.C., July 20, 1954.
  6. "[Thurmond Pledges That He Will Not Give Money or Use Liquor for the Purpose of Obtaining or Influencing Votes During the United States Senate Election Campaign]," [South Carolina], [September, 1954].
  7. "[The Right to Vote for One's Preferred Candidate]," [Gaffney, S.C.], September 14, 1954.
  8. "[Thurmond would not be the State Committee's Nominee in the Senate Race]," [South Carolina], October 20, 1954.
  9. "Thurmond Thanks the Voters for Electing Him to the Senate]," [South Carolina], [c. November 2, 1954].
  10. "[Thurmond Thanks the Voters for Their Support in the Election]," [South Carolina], November 2, 1954.
  11. "[Thurmond's Comment on the Voting Incident in Barnwell County]," [South Carolina], November 2, 1954.
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Addresses 1955 

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  1. "The 1955 Model South," The Southern Society, New York, New York, January 14, 1955.
  2. "Formosa Resolution," U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C., January 28, 1955.
  3. "[America's Reserve Forces]," Atlanta Chapter of the Reserve Officers Association, Fort McPherson, Georgia, February 22, 1955.
  4. "[The Late Burnet R. Maybank of South Carolina]," Memorial Service in the U.S. Senate, [Washington, D.C.], March 2, 1955
  5. "[New Legislation Concerning the Reserve Officers Association]," Reserve Officers Association Departmental Meeting, Ithaca, New York, April 15, 1955.
  6. "[The President's Policy of Silence on Defending the Pacific Islands of Matsu and Quemoy and Legislation concerning the Nation's Reserve Forces]," Reserve Officers Association, Corpus Christi, Texas and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, April 29, 1955.
  7. "[The Miracle of America]," Commencement Exercises at Anderson College, Anderson, S.C., May 29, 1955.
  8. "[Progress in the 20th Century]," Commencement Exercises at Lander College, Greenwood, S.C., May 29, 1955.
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Addresses 1955 

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  1. "The Late Burnet R. Maybank, U.S. Senator from South Carolina," 42nd National Convention of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress, Washington, D.C., June 1, 1955.
  2. "[Reviewing the United States' Relationship with Russia]," American Bar Association's Big Seven Regional Meeting Cincinnati, Ohio, June 10, 1955.
  3. "[Report on the Reserve Officers Association]," Reserve Officers Association National Convention, Boston, Massachusetts, June 22, 1955.
  4. "[The Constitution and the Supreme Court]," Virginia State Bar Association, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, August 6, 1955.
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Addresses 1955 

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  1. "Review of 1955 Legislation," [South Carolina], September 12, 1955.
  2. "[Freedom Shrines]," Hand Junior High School, Columbia, S.C., October 11, 1955.
  3. "[Commending the Rural Electrification Administration]," Rural Electrification Administration Meeting, Newberry, S.C., October 22, 1955.
  4. "[The Problem of Providing Farmers with Fair Income for Their Labors]," Annual Meeting of the South Carolina Farm Bureau, Clemson, S.C., November 22, 1955.
  5. "[Charleston, the Masons, and American Principles]," Annual Ladies Night Meeting of the Hammerton Masonic Lodge #332, North Charleston, S.C., December 7, 1955 (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
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Articles 1955 

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  1. "[Home Ownership]," The Directors Digest, [Location Unknown], [c. 1955].
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Comments 1955 

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  1. "[Washington, D.C., Business, and Government]," Washington Board of Trade Dinner for New Senators and Congressmen, [Washington, D.C.], January 6, 1955.
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Press Releases 1955 

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  1. "[The Department of Defense Develops Plans to Improve the U.S. Reserve Structure]," [Washington, D.C.], [c.1955].
  2. "Proposed Introduction of Farm Resolution," [Washington, D.C.], January 3, 1955.
  3. "[Staff Appointments for Senator Thurmond's Washington Office]," [Washington, D.C.], January 5, 1955.
  4. "[Thurmond Prays for God's Help upon Taking Office as South Carolina's New Junior Senator]," [Washington, D.C.], January 6, 1955.
  5. "[Ridge Spring High School Students Request Permission to Name the School's Future Teachers of America Club in Honor of Senator Thurmond]," [Washington, D.C.], January 11, 1955.
  6. "[Thurmond will Visit President Eisenhower to Receive a Statement from the President in Support of National Defense Week, February 12-22]," [Washington, D.C.], January 11, 1955.
  7. "[Thurmond Comments on President Eisenhower's Recommendations for Building Up the United States Reserve Program]," [Washington, D.C.], January 13, 1955.
  8. "[President Eisenhower's Request to the Congress Regarding Formosa is a Wise Action]," [Washington, D.C.], January 24, 1955.
  9. "[Thurmond Co-sponsors a Bill which would give Home Loans to Farmers]," [Washington, D.C.], January 28, 1955.
  10. "[Thurmond will Introduce a Bill to Restore Farm Price Supports]," [Washington, D.C.], February 4, 1955.
  11. "[Proposed Reductions in the Tariff on Textile Products]," [Washington, D.C.], February 7, 1955.
  12. "[Thurmond Sends Letter to Senator Warren G. Magnuson concerning the Proposed Spartanburg Channel 7 Television Station to be built in Spartanburg, South Carolina], [Washington, D.C.], February 8, 1955.
  13. "[Aid for Drought Stricken Farmers]", [Washington, D.C.], February 12, 1955.
  14. "[Thurmond urges the Air Force to Establish a Base at the Spartanburg Memorial Airport for an Air Force Reserve Jet Unit]," [Washington, D.C.], February 12, 1955.
  15. "[The South Carolina State Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee Will Give South Carolina Farmers Mixed Fertilizer Material]," [Washington, D.C.], February 17, 1955.
  16. "[Small Business Administration Loan to be given to the Estate of H. W. Ambrose, Sr., of Conway, South Carolina]", [Washington, D.C.], February 17, 1955.
  17. "[Small Business Loans Given to South Carolinians]," [Washington, D.C.], February 18, 1955.
  18. "[The U.S. Department of Agriculture gives Tentative Approval to the Bush River Watershed Project for Newberry and Laurens Countries]," [Washington, D.C.], February 18, 1955.
  19. "[Rural Electrification Administration Loan Approved for the Citizens Telephone Company of Lexington, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], February 21, 1955.
  20. "[Rural Electrification Administration Loan Approved for the Edisto Telephone Company of North, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], February 23, 1955.
  21. "[Extending the Coverage of the Emergency Feed Program]," [Washington, D.C.], February 24, 1955.
  22. "[Rural Electrification Administration Loan Approved for the Tri County Electric Coop of St. Matthews, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], February 24, 1955.
  23. "[Small Business Administration Gives Loans to South Carolinians to Repair Damage Done by Hurricane Hazel]," [Washington, D.C.], February 24, 1955.
  24. "[Small Business Administration Loan Approved for the Tighman Beach Pier Corporation of Ocean Drive Beach, S.C.]," March 2, 1955.
  25. "[Small Business Administration Loan Approved for John Nye of Cherry Grove Beach, S.C.]," March 4, 1955.
  26. "[Thurmond Co-sponsors Resolution asking the President to Present a Plan to the United Nations for an Agreement between Nations over Proportionment of Key Resources which could be used for Military Purposes]," [Washington, D.C.], March 5, 1955.
  27. "[Small Business Administration Approved Loans for two South Carolinians to Repair Property Damaged by Hurricane Hazel]," [Washington, D.C.], March 7, 1955.
  28. "[The Rural Electrification Administration Approved Determent of Payments for Three Years on the Obligation of the Central Electric Power Cooperative in South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], March 7, 1955.
  29. "[Thurmond will support an Income Tax Reduction to Persons in the Lower Income Brackets]," [Washington, D.C.], March 10, 1955.
  30. "[Small Business Administration gives Loan to Frank McKinsey of Pawleys Island, S.C.]," [Washington, D.C.], March 11, 1955.
  31. "Disaster Aid to South Carolina Peach Growers," [Washington, D.C.], March 16, 1955.
  32. "[Department of Health, Education and Welfare's Payment of $8503 to the Summerville School District #2]," [Washington, D.C.], March 23, 1955.
  33. "[Small Business Administration gives Loans to two South Carolinians to repair their Hotels Damaged by Hurricane Hazel]," [Washington, D.C.], March 25, 1955.
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Press Releases 1955 

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  1. "[Department of Health, Education and Welfare's Loan of $6442 to the Denmark School District #2 in Bamberg County, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], March 26, 1955.
  2. "[Disaster Loans from the Farmer's Home Administration now available to South Carolina Farmers]," [Washington, D.C.], April 1, 1955 (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
  3. "[The Public Works and Housing Authorization Bill for South Carolina Military Bases for Fiscal Year 1956]," [Washington, D.C.], April 20, 1955.
  4. "[Department of Health, Education and Welfare's Approval of the Ridgewood Tuberculosis Sanitarium Project in Columbia, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], April 25, 1955.
  5. "[Improved Mail Facilities to be Provided at Camden, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], May 12, 1955.
  6. "[Thurmond Sends Letter to Senator Harley M. Kilgore urging Prompt and Favorable Action by the Senate Judiciary Committee on S 1016, a Bill which would make certain Exceptions to Appellate Jurisdiction in Actions Relating to the Public Schools]," [Washington, D.C.], June 3, 1955.
  7. "[The Free Conference Report on the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 16, 1955.
  8. "Thurmond Aids Charleston Veterans," [Washington, D.C.], June 17, 1955.
  9. "Fort Jackson and Port Royal Projects," [Washington, D.C.], June 22, 1955.
  10. "[Thurmond Sends] Letter to President [Eisenhower] in regard to Tariff Cuts," [Washington, D.C.], June 29, 1955.
  11. "[Thurmond asks President Eisenhower to Request an Investigation and Report from the Tariff Commission on the Possible Effects of the Recent Textile Tariff Reductions Negotiated at the GATT Conference in Geneva]," [Washington, D.C.], June 29, 1955.
  12. "[Senators Strom Thurmond and Olin D. Johnston urged the Senate to Restore the Cut Funds for Fort Jackson's Proposed Hospital and Charleston's Air Base Facilities]," [Washington, D.C.], July 1, 1955.
  13. "[Thurmond introduces Resolution which would direct the Tariff Commission to Investigate the effects of Tariff Cuts Negotiated on Textile Products at the Recent GATT Conference in Geneva]," [Washington, D.C.], July 1, 1955.
  14. "Passage of the [Thurmond] Textile Resolution [Directing the Tariff Commission to Study the Effects of Imports of Textile Products upon the Domestic Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], July 18, 1955.
  15. "The Foreign Aid Appropriations Bill," [Washington, D.C.], July 23, 1955.
  16. "Amended Postal Workers' Uniform Regulations," [Washington, D.C.], July 28, 1955.
  17. "Introduction of Bill in the Senate Regarding the Cotton Export Program," [Washington, D.C.], July 30, 1955.
  18. "[The Inspection and Grading of Oats in South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], August 17, 1955.
  19. "[Senator Lyndon B. Johnson Thanks Strom Thurmond for his Help and Cooperation During the First Session of the 84th Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], September 17, 1955.
  20. "[Appointment of Warren H. Abernathy of Spartanburg, South Carolina, as a Staff Assistant in South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], September 18, 1955.
  21. "[Thurmond Speaks] to the Richland Legion Post [on the Reserves Act of 1955 and Other Military Matters]," Columbia, S.C., September 22, 1955.
  22. "[Thurmond Warns against placing too much Faith in the Communists in his Address before the Rural Letter Carriers]," Salley, S.C., September 23, 1955.
  23. "[Thurmond Speaks to the Laurens Civic Clubs about his Voting Record During the First Session of the 84th Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], September 27, 1955.
  24. "[The Small Business Administration makes Drought Disaster Loans available to every South Carolina County]," [Washington, D.C.], October 12, 1955.
  25. "[Thurmond Requests the Civil Aeronautics Administration to Ban Alcohol Aboard Airlines]," [Washington, D.C.], October 14, 1955.
  26. "[Thurmond Speaks before the Newberry Rural Electrification Administration Meeting in which he Praises the Organization]," [Washington, D.C.], October 22, 1955.
  27. "Army Engineer Hurricane Work in South Carolina," [Washington, D.C.], October 28, 1955.
  28. "Trip-Leasing Regulations," [Washington, D.C.], November 2, 1955.
  29. "Lone Star Rural Route," [Washington, D.C.], November 3, 1955.
  30. "Continuance of Rural Routes in Eight South Carolina Communities," [Washington, D.C.], November 3, 1955.
  31. "[Thurmond Sends Letter to the Tariff Commission regarding the Peril Point to be used for Negotiating Tariff Rates on Textile Woolens and Other Items at the GATT Conference]," [Washington, D.C.], November 7, 1955.
  32. "Disaster Loan Applications in South Carolina," [Washington, D.C.], December 1, 1955.
  33. "Nomination of Five Former South Carolina Senators for the U.S. Senate Reception Room," [Washington, D.C.], December 6, 1955
  34. "[Thurmond Sends] Letter to Defense Mobilization Director Arthur S. Fleming Protesting 100 per cent set asides of Government Contracts to 'Disaster Areas'," [Washington, D.C.], December 18, 1955.
  35. "[Thurmond Sends Letter to Champion McD. Davis, President of Atlantic Coast Line Railway Company, Recommending that the Company move Their Central Offices to Florence, South Carolina]," Aiken, S.C., December 19, 1955.
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Remarks 1955 

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  1. "[Legislation on Education and States' Rights]," [CBS 'Capitol Cloakroom' Television Program], [Washington, D.C.], January 8, 1955.
  2. "[Proclaiming the Month of April, 1955, as Cancer Control Month]," recording to be broadcast by the American Cancer Society during April, 1955; February 16, 1955.
  3. "['Industry Moves South-And With It, Prosperity,']," [Washington, D.C.], April 1, 1955.
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Speeches 

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  1. "[Status of Legislation in the Congress]," Meeting of South Carolina State Grange, Tamassee, S.C. August 3, 1955.
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Statements 1955 

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  1. "[The First Week of the Second Session of the 84th Congress]," Telecast and Radio Broadcast, [Washington, D.C.], January 4, 1955.
  2. "[The Service of South Carolina Newspapers in Senator Thurmond's Election]", [South Carolina], January 4, 1955.
  3. "[President Eisenhower's State of the Union Message]," [Washington, D.C.], January 6, 1955.
  4. "[Senator Lyndon B. Johnson's Comments on Strom Thurmond's Committee Assignments]," [Washington, D.C.], January 12, 1955.
  5. "Problems of the South", Mutual Broadcasting System's 'Reporters' Roundup' Television Program, Washington, D.C., January 17, 1955.
  6. "[American Solidarity against Communism]," [Washington, D.C.], January 27, 1955.
  7. "[The ROA's Position on National Defense]," Reserve Officers Association National Council Banquet, [Location Unknown], February 5, 1955.
  8. "A Bill to Curb Court Power," [Location Unknown], February 10, 1955.
  9. "[Thurmond withdraws from his Law Partnership of Thurmond, Lybrand and Simons and Resigns as President of the Aiken Federal Savings and Loan Association]," [Washington, D.C.], [c. February 28, 1955].
  10. "[Thurmond Opposes Nomination of Judge John M. Harlan to the U.S. Supreme Court]," [Washington, D.C.], March 16, 1955.
  11. "HR 2607, a Bill to create Career Incentive in the Uniform Services," Reserve Officers Association, [Washington, D.C.], [c. March 23, 1955].
  12. "[Three Proposed Amendments to the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Bill (HR 1)]," U.S. Senate Finance Committee, [Washington, D.C.], March 23, 1955.
  13. "The Death of the Honorable John W. Davis," [Washington, D.C.], March 25, 1955.
  14. "Emergency Loans for Peach Growers in South Carolina," [Washington, D.C.], March 28, 1955.
  15. "[The National Reserve Plan]," Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, March 30, 1955.
  16. "[Public Health Service's Approval of the Chesterfield County Memorial Hospital Project in South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], April 5, 1955.
  17. "[Agriculture Relief Program Established in South Carolina to Help Farmers]," [Washington, D.C.], April 5, 1955.
  18. "[Small Business Administration Loan Approved for Charles D. Case, President of the Case Lumber and Supply Company in Fountain Inn, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], April 5, 1955.
  19. "Additional Rice Acreage for South Carolina," [Washington, D.C.], April 13, 1955.
  20. Praising Governor James F. Byrnes, Dinner Honoring Governor James F. Byrnes, Aiken, S.C. April 16, 1955.
  21. "[Thurmond Announces That He Will Make a Weekly Radio Broadcast While the Congress is in Session]," [South Carolina], April 20, 1955.
  22. [Introducing Senator Richard B. Russell (Georgia) who will discuss His Fight for the Passage of Two Farm Bills], [South Carolina], April 27, 1955.
  23. "[The Reciprocal Trade Agreements Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], May 5, 1955.
  24. "[Department of Health, Education, and Welfare gives Payment of $159,539 to School District #4 of North Charleston, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], May 5, 1955.
  25. "Weekly Radio Report [Several Farming Bills]," [South Carolina], May 12, 1955.
  26. "[Department of Health, Education, and Welfare gives Payment of $5481 to St. John's School District #9 of Johns Island, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], May 12, 1955.
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Statements 1955 

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  1. "The Air Force Reserve Training Program," [Washington, D.C.], May 18, 1955.
  2. [Introducing Senator Albert Gore who will be talking about his Giant Road-Building Program Bill], [Washington, D.C.], May 19, 1955.
  3. "[Rural Electrification Administration Approves Loan for the Peedee Electric Coop in Darlington, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], May 20, 1955.
  4. "[Thurmond Overrides the President's Veto of the Postal Pay Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], May 24, 1955.
  5. "[Department of Health, Education, and Welfare gives Payment of $22,463 to St. Andrews School District #10 of Charleston County, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], May 26, 1955.
  6. "[The Gore Road-Building Program and the Attempt to Override the President's Vote of the 8.8 % Postal Pay Increase]," [Washington, D.C.], May 26, 1955.
  7. "[Federal Contract Purchases Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], May 27, 1955.
  8. "Supreme Court Decision [regarding] Segregation in the Schools," [Washington, D.C.], May 31, 1955.
  9. "[Thurmond Opposes the U.S. Supreme Court's Decision that School Segregation is Unconstitutional]," [South Carolina], June 2, 1955.
  10. "[The Rural Electrification Administration Approved a Loan for the Broad River Electrification Co-operative in Gaffney, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], June 2, 1955.
  11. "[Thurmond Opposes] the [Public] Housing Bills," [Washington, D.C.], June 8, 1955.
  12. "[Housing, the Minimum Wage, and Reserve Training]," [Washington, D.C.], June 9, 1955.
  13. "Senator Thurmond calls for Open Big Four Conference in Cincinnati Speech," [Cincinnati, Ohio], [June 10, 1955].
  14. "[The Reciprocal Trade Agreements Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 16, 1955.
  15. "[Thurmond Supports] the Defense Appropriations Bill," [Washington, D.C.], June 20, 1955.
  16. "The 31-Billion Dollar Defense Appropriations Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 21, 1955.
  17. "Reserve Air Units [to be Established at Greenville, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], June 28, 1955.
  18. "[Senate Resolution calls for a Investigation by the Tariff Commission of Recent Trade Negotiations at Geneva which may generally affect the Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], June 29, 1955.
  19. "[Legislation of the First Session of the 84th Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], June 30, 1955.
  20. "[Senator Lyndon B. Johnson's Severe Heart Attack and Legislative Issues]," [Washington, D.C.], July 7, 1955.
  21. "[Status of Several Bills]," [Washington, D.C.], July 13, 1955.
  22. "Appointment of [Simon E.] Sobeloff to the Circuit Court of Appeals," [Washington, D.C.], July 14, 1955.
  23. "[The U.S. Supreme Court's Decision on Segregation in the Public Schools will Destroy the Constitution]," [Washington, D.C.], July 15, 1955.
  24. "The Appointment of Simon E. Sobeloff to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals," [Washington, D.C.], July 15, 1955.
  25. "The 20th Anniversary of the Senate-House Joint Recording Studio," [Washington, D.C.], July 20, 1955.
  26. "[The Textile Resolution, Selling Farm Products to Foreign Countries, and Thurmond's Opposition to Solicitor General Simon Sobeloff's Nomination to Sit as a Member of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals]," [Washington, D.C.], July 21, 1955.
  27. "[Thurmond's Evaluates the Progress made by the 84th Congress during its First Session]," [Washington, D.C.], July 27, 1955.
  28. [Introducing Jimmy Leventis and Tom Caskey, The South Carolina Delegates to the American Legion's Annual Session of Boys Nation], [Washington, D.C.], July 28, 1955.
  29. "[Issues of the First Session of the 84th Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], August 3, 1955.
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Statements 1955 

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  1. "[The U.S. Supreme Court's Decision to Rule South Carolina's Segregation Laws as Unconstitutional]," Meeting of States' Rights League in Sumter, S.C., August 4, 1955.
  2. "The Death of Ambassador Peurifoy [of Thailand]," [Washington, D.C.], August 12, 1955.
  3. "The Agriculture Department's Cotton Export Policy," [Washington, D.C.], August 13, 1955.
  4. "Review of 1955 Legislation," [Washington, D.C.], September 12, 1955.
  5. "[The 1955 Reserve Act]," interviewed on television by Captain Lowry, [Location Unknown], September 17, 1955.
  6. "Recent Riots in Turkey against Greek Citizens," [Washington, D.C.], September 26, 1955.
  7. "The Illness of President Dwight Eisenhower," [Washington, D.C.], September 26, 1955.
  8. "Break in Price of Cotton," [Washington, D.C.], October 3, 1955.
  9. "Weathered Cotton," [Washington, D.C.], October 11, 1955.
  10. "[The Representatives of the South Carolina Peach Council's] Conference with Department of Agriculture Officials on Peach Crop Insurance," Washington, D.C., October 17, 1955.
  11. "The Cotton Situation in South Carolina," [Washington, D.C.], October 21, 1955.
  12. "Safe-driving Day in Spartanburg County, South Carolina," Spartanburg County, S.C., November 15, 1955.
  13. "The Proposed Bill to Limit Litigation Promoted by Tax-exempt Money," [Washington, D.C.], November 17, 1955.
  14. "Modification of Regulation by State Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee," [Washington, D.C.], November 23, 1955.
  15. "Suspension of Japanese Cotton Goods Exports to the United States," [Washington, D.C.], November 28, 1955.
  16. "[The Army Corps of Engineers' Survey of Beach Erosion and Hurricane Damage in South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], November 30, 1955.
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Statements-Committee 1955 

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  1. "[HR. 2967, a Bill which would strengthen the Reserve Forces]," U.S. House Armed Services Committee, [Washington, D.C.], [c.1955].
  2. "[The Textile Tariff]," U.S. Senate Finance Committee, [Washington, D.C.], March 17, 1955.
  3. "[Raising Interest Rates on Government Disaster Loans]," U.S. Senate Agriculture Subcommittee, [Washington, D.C.], May 6, 1955.
  4. "HR 7000, The Reserve Bill," U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, [Washington, D.C.], July 11, 1955.
  5. "[The Reciprocal Trade Bill (HR 1)]," the Wiggins Committee on State Financing, Columbia, S.C., October 12, 1955.
  6. "[The Most Perplexing American Economic Problem is to Provide American Farmers with a Fair Income for their Labors]," U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee, Columbia, S.C., November 14, 1955.
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Statements on Senate Floor 1955 

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  1. "Introduction of the 90 Per Cent Farm Support Bill," February 8, 1955.
  2. "Introducing Bill Regarding Exceptions to Appellate Jurisdiction of United States Supreme Court and Court of Appeals," February 9, 1955.
  3. "[A Bill to Guarantee Small Farmers a Minimum Four-Acre Cotton Allotment]," March 22, 1955.
  4. "The McCormick Water Bill (HR.1217)," April 1, 1955.
  5. "[A Bill to Provide Relief to Farmers Suffering Losses because of Damage caused by Natural Disasters]," April 1, 1955.
  6. "[Three Proposed Amendments to the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Bill (HR.1)]," April 1, 1955.
  7. "The Tenth Anniversary of the Death of Franklin D. Roosevelt," April 13, 1955.
  8. "Military Transportation Costs," April 13, 1955.
  9. "Emergency Farm Loans," April 20, 1955.
  10. "Babson's Remarks on Reservists," April 25, 1955.
  11. "Crop Disaster Relief," April 26, 1955.
  12. "The Reciprocal Trade Bill Extension," May 3, 1955.
  13. "The Twentieth Anniversary of the Rural Electrification Administration," May 11, 1955.
  14. "[Tribute to General Charles P. Summerall of Aiken, S.C.]," May 17, 1955.
  15. "[The Trade Agreements Extension Act (HR 1)]," June 15, 1955.
  16. "Hurricane Warning System," June 16, 1955.
  17. "[Senate Resolution Directs the Tariff Commission to Investigate how the GAA Conference Tariff Agreements will effect American Textiles]," June 28, 1955.
  18. "[Senate Resolution asks the Tariff Commission to Investigate the effects the GAA Conference Tariff Agreements will have on American Textiles]," July 1, 1955.
  19. "Senator Lyndon Johnson's Illness," July 5, 1955.
  20. "The Textile Tariff Situation," July 22, 1955.
  21. "[S. 2702, a Bill which would Encourage the Sale of Cotton for Export and to Limit Imports of Manufactured Cotton Products]," July 30, 1955.
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Telegrams 1955 

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  1. To President Dwight Eisenhower, "Commending Eisenhower for his Statement on the Reserve Bill," [Washington, D.C.], June 18, 1955.
  2. To President Dwight Eisenhower and Secretary Ezra Taft Benson, "[Concerning a New Cotton Export Policy on the Selling of Surplus Government-Owned Cotton]," [Washington, D.C.], August 12, 1955.
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1956 

Box Folder

Addresses 1956 

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  1. "The Honorable James F. Byrnes," March, 1956.
  2. "A Declaration of Constitutional Principles regarding the Supreme Court Segregation Decision," March 12, 1956 (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
  3. "The Electoral College Reform," March 20, 1956.
  4. "Power for Peace," Joint Meeting of the Civic Clubs, Charleston, S.C., May 17, 1956.
  5. "What Price Friends?" Annual Convention of the Junior State Chamber of Commerce, Myrtle Beach, S.C., May 20, 1956.
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Addresses 1956 

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  1. "[The Automobile Industry]," Annual Convention of the South Carolina Automobile Dealers Association, Myrtle Beach, S.C., May 28, 1956.
  2. "[Nuclear Energy]," The Southern Regional Education Board Work Conference on Nuclear Energy, Aiken, S.C., June 14, 1956.
  3. "Judicial Domination," The Tennessee Federation for Constitutional Government, Nashville, Tennessee, June 18, 1956.
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Articles 1956 

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  1. "An Analysis of a Constitutional Amendment to Modify the Value of State Electors' Votes so as to Reflect more Accurately the Vote of the People received by Elector for President and Vice-President," [Publication/Location Unknown], [c.1956].
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Press Releases 1956 

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  1. "Air Force Academy Nominations," [Washington, D.C.], January 13, 1956.
  2. "Efforts to Obtain New Defense Industries for South Carolina," [Washington, D.C.], January 18, 1956.
  3. "[The Retirement of Judge Armistead Mason Dobie creates a Vacancy on the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals]," [Washington, D.C.], January 23, 1956.
  4. "[Mr. M. L. McHugh to become Manager of Regional Office of the Veterans Administration in Columbia, South Carolina]," Columbia, S.C., January 23, 1956.
  5. "[Senator Walter Franklin George's Invitation to Other Senators to Present any Evidence of Improper Pressure regarding a Gas Bill to the Special Investigating Committee]," [Washington, D.C.], February 18, 1956.
  6. "[Thurmond Announces] His Resignation from the United States Senate," Columbia, S.C., March 3, 1956.
  7. "[Senator Thurmond and Assistant Secretary of Defense Carter Burgess' Trip to the Far East]," [Washington, D.C.], October 29, 1956. (2 versions exist)
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Southern Manifesto (Original Drafts) 1956 

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Speeches 1956 

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  1. "The Observance of Frances E. Willard's Birthday," The Women's Christian Temperance Union, [Illinois], February 17, 1956.
  2. "[The Automobile Industry]," Annual Convention of the South Carolina Automobile Dealers Association, Myrtle Beach, S.C., May 28, 1956 (Published in Vital Speeches of the Day, August 15, 1956)
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Statements 1956 

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  1. "[The First Week of the Second Session of the 84th Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], January 4, 1956.
  2. "Segregation," radio statement for the British Broadcasting Company, [Great Britain], January 10, 1956.
  3. "[Revising the Voting Procedures in the Electoral College]," [Washington, D.C.], January 12, 1956.
  4. "[The 1957 Budget]," [Washington, D.C.], January 18, 1956.
  5. "[We Need to Provide Our Farmers with a Fair Income for their Labors]," The Times and Democrat Farm Bureau Page, [Orangeburg, S.C.], January 18, 1956.
  6. "The Retirement of Judge Armistead M. Dobie of Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals," [South Carolina], January 20, 1956.
  7. "[Government Vacancies]," [Washington, D.C.], January 25, 1956.
  8. "The Greenville County Safety Council," [Washington, D.C.], January 25, 1956.
  9. [Segregation and Introducing Senator James O. Eastland], State Citizens Councils, Columbia, S.C., January 26, 1956.
  10. "Fulbright Gas Bill," [Washington, D.C.], January 30, 1956.
  11. "[Fulbright Natural Gas Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], February 1, 1956.
  12. "Freight Rates," [Washington, D.C.], February 8, 1956.
  13. "[A New Farm Bill and Other Legislative Matters]," [Washington, D.C.], February 8, 1956.
  14. "[South Carolina Democratic Party Delegates and the New Farm Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], February 15, 1956.
  15. "[The New Farm Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], February 23, 1956.
  16. "[Thurmond's Resignation from the United States Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], March 1, 1956.
  17. "[The 90% Parity on Basic Farm Groups]," [Washington, D.C.], March 8, 1956.
  18. "The Aiken Youth Center," Radio Station WAKN, Aiken, S.C., March 9, 1956.
  19. "[In Opposition to the] Supreme Court Segregation Decision," Fox Movietone News, CBS News, NBC News and Telenews, [Washington, D.C.], March 12, 1956.
  20. "[Introduction of a Declaration of Constitutional Principles with regard to the U.S. Supreme Court Segregation Decision]," [Washington, D.C.], March 15, 1956 (See also Southern Manifesto, 1956).
  21. "[Three Amendments to the Farming Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], March 22, 1956.
  22. "[Final Report of Thurmond's Activities in Washington, D.C.]," [Washington, D.C.], March 28, 1956.
  23. "Tobacco Prices in South Carolina," [Washington, D.C.], August 6, 1956.
  24. "Tobacco Prices in South Carolina," [Washington, D.C], August 10, 1956.
  25. "[Excerpts from Statement on 'South's Views']," [Washington, D.C.], August 27, 1956.
  26. "[Small Business Conference to be held at the National Guard Amory]," Charlotte, North Carolina, October 11, 1956.
  27. "[Thurmond's] Re-election to the United States Senate," Aiken, S.C., November 6, 1956.
  28. "[Governor George Bell Timmerman, Jr. Appoints Strom Thurmond as U.S. Senator from South Carolina]" (Letter), Columbia, S.C., November 13, 1956.
  29. "[Army Engineers Postpone Construction of Hartwell Dam until after Consulting with the Clemson College Board of Trustees]," [Washington, D.C.], November 30, 1956.
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Statements on Senate Floor 1956 

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  1. "Tax-exempt and Air Safety Bills," January 5, 1956.
  2. "President Eisenhower's State of the Union Message," January 5, 1956.
  3. "President Eisenhower's Farm Message," January 9, 1956.
  4. "Introduction of the Defense Contract Bill," January 24, 1956.
  5. "Retirement of Colonel C. M. Boyer [as Executive Director of the Reserve Officers Association]," January 24, 1956.
  6. "[A Proposed Bill] to Further Reduce Tobacco Acreage Allotments," February 1, 1956.
  7. "A Proposed Bill to Provide Federal Assistance for Surviving Confederate Veterans," February 3, 1956.
  8. "Textile Imports," February 27, 1956.
  9. "Public Sentiment [on School Integration]," February 27, 1956.
  10. "[Thurmond's] Resignation from the United States Senate," March 6, 1956.
  11. "Senator Thurmond Resigns; Praised by Colleagues for Service and Fulfilling Pledge to the People," March 6, 1956.
  12. "The Farm Bill," March 7, 1956.
  13. "The Fifteenth Anniversary of the National Gallery of Art," March 16, 1956.
  14. "[The Communists'] Drive to Integrate the Races," March 26, 1956.
4 60

Telegrams 1956 

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  1. To Governor George Bell Timmerman, Jr., Columbia, South Carolina, Regarding Federal Aid to Education in Reply to a Letter from the Governor, [Washington, D.C.], February 11, 1956.
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1957 

Box Folder

Addresses 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Issues That Are Vital to the Continuation of American Principles]," American Legion Post, Greenville, S.C., May 17, 1957.
  2. "Armed Forces Day," Donaldson Air Force Base, Greenville, S.C., May 18, 1957.
  3. "Civil Affairs/Military Government in the Atomic Age," Military Government Association, Washington, D.C., June 18, 1957.
  4. "[Opposing the Civil Rights Bills]," State Convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Rock Hill, S.C., October 17, 1957.
  5. "Actions of the First Session of the 85th Congress," Rotary Club and Other Service Clubs, Sumter, S.C., November 11, 1957.
  6. "Constitutional Government", Harvard Law School Forum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, December 6, 1957.
5 62

Addresses on Senate Floor 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Introducing an Amendment to HR. 4602 to extend the Loan Guaranty Program and Direct Loan Program for World War II Veterans," [c. 1957].
  2. "[The House Amendments to Senate Amendments #7 and #15 on Jury Trials in Certain Contempt Proceedings]," [c.1957].
  3. "United States Senate as a Continuing Body," January 4, 1957.
  4. "Selection of John C. Calhoun as One of the Five Outstanding Senators whose Portraits shall be Placed in the Senate Reception Room," May 1, 1957.
  5. "The Tyranny of the Judiciary," upon introducing a bill to curb the power of the United States Supreme Court, June 26, 1957.
  6. "In Opposition to Enactment of the So-called Civil Rights Bill," July 11, 1957.
  7. "In Opposition to HR. 6127, the So-called Civil Rights Bill" (Excerpts), July 11, 1957.
  8. "In Opposition to the Authority in the So-called Civil Rights Bill for the use of Troops," July 22, 1957.
5 63

Addresses on Senate Floor 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "In Opposition to the So-called Civil Rights Bill and Advocating Protection of the Right by Trial by Jury," July 31, 1957.
  2. "[In Opposition to the Creation of a Commission on Civil Rights as Proposed in Part I of HR. 6127, the Civil Rights Bill]," August 6, 1957.
  3. "[In Opposition to the Compromise Version of HR. 6127, the Civil Rights Bill]," August 27, 1957.
5 64

Articles 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Our Reserves Must Be Ready," The Palmetto Reservist, [Location Unknown], February 4, 1957.
  2. "The Law Which Created the South Carolina Soil Conservation Districts," [Publication/Location Unknown], April 2, 1957.
  3. "Livestock Production in South Carolina," [Publication/Location Unknown], April 12, 1957.
5 65

Press Releases 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Farmers Home Administration Loan Survey for Emergency Farm Loans," [Washington, D.C.], January 18, 1957.
  2. "[President Eisenhower's Second Inaugural Message]," [Washington, D.C.], January 22, 1957.
  3. "[President Dwight Eisenhower's Education Message to the Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], January 28, 1957.
  4. "[Thurmond's Reply to Defense Secretary Charles Erwin Wilson's Remarks about the National Guard]," Columbia Record, [Washington, D.C.], January 29, 1957.
  5. "Farmers Home Administration Loan Survey," Washington, D.C., February 1, 1957.
  6. "[Concerning a Telegram Sent to Agriculture Secretary Ezra Benson regarding Cotton Price Supports for 1957]," Washington, D.C., February 1, 1957.
  7. "Farmers Home Administration Special Loans in South Carolina," Washington, D.C., February 6, 1957.
  8. "Secretary Ezra Benson's Announcement of a Reduction in Cotton Support Prices," [Washington, D.C.], February 9, 1957.
  9. "Public Hearings on Proposals for GI Peacetime Benefits," [Washington, D.C.], March 5, 1957.
  10. "[Thurmond and Stennis Co-sponsor a Bill to give the Farmer Greater Protection than he now has under Definitions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (Minimum Wage Law)]," Washington, D.C., March 7, 1957.
  11. "Cotton Acreage in the Sumter National Forest Area," Washington, D.C., March 8, 1957.
  12. "[Thurmond to Introduce Bill for a Standard Deduction in Small Business Income Taxes]," [Washington, D.C.], March 8, 1957
  13. "National Science Foundation Fellowship Awards for 1957-1958," Washington, D.C., March 14, 1957.
  14. "S 1723, a Bill to Amend the Taft-Hartley Act so as to provide for State Jurisdiction in certain Cases where the National Labor Relations Board Declines to Assert Jurisdiction," Washington, D.C., March 29, 1957.
  15. "[The Past, Present and Future of the Sandy Grove Community in Kershaw County]," Washington, D.C., April 5, 1957.
  16. "[The South Carolina Legislature's Tobacco Resolution Opposing any Further Reduction in Tobacco Acreage by the Department of Agriculture]," Washington, D.C., April 12, 1957.
  17. "S. 1490, a Bill to Require Registration of Motor Vehicles with the Interstate Commerce Commission," Washington, D.C., April 15, 1957.
  18. "[Referring to] Statements Issued by Plywood Importer and User Organization with Reference to S.1598, a Bill Introduced by Thurmond to Limit the Importation of Plywood," Washington, D.C., April 20, 1957.
  19. "[South Carolina's Congressional Delegation and Aeronautics Officials urged the Civil Aeronautics Board to Include the State in a Case Currently Pending before the Board for Increased Local Air Service in the Southeast]," Washington, D.C., August 15, 1957.
  20. "[United States must Stop Laughing Off the Claims made by the Soviet Union]," Washington, D.C., October 10, 1957.
  21. "[The Appointment of J. Fred Buzhardt, Jr., McCormick, South Carolina, Attorney as Thurmond's Legislative Assistant]," Washington, D.C., November 23, 1957.
  22. "[Thurmond Sent a Letter to Commissioner Norman P. Mason of the Federal Housing Administration regarding the High Interest Rates on Federal Housing Administration Mortgage Loans]," Washington, D.C., December 5, 1957.
  23. "[Thurmond's] Proposal to Establish the National Science Academy," Washington, D.C., December 7, 1957.
  24. "[Thurmond Proposes Creation of Department of Research under the Defense Department for Purpose of Handling all Defense Research Matters]," Washington, D.C., December 22, 1957.
  25. "[The Appointment of Marion Hutson Sass, Charleston, South Carolina, Attorney, as Thurmond's Research Assistant]," Washington, D.C., December 28, 1957.
5 66

Remarks 1957 

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  1. "Presenting the George Washington Award to Senator Karl E. Mundt," American Good Government Society, Washington, D.C., February 22, 1957.
5 67

Remarks on Senate Floor 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Plywood Imports," February 18, 1957.
  2. "The Sumter Economy Resolution," February 19, 1957.
5 68

Reports to the People 1957 

5 69

Statements 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Thurmond Responds to Statement Made by Governor George Bell Timmerman on the United States Senate's Resolution regarding Senator Thurmond's Election]," [Washington, D.C.], January 5, 1957.
  2. "[United States] Senate Action on [Thurmond's] Election," [Washington, D.C.], January 5, 1957.
  3. "The Appointment of Congressman James P. Richards as Special Ambassador," [Washington, D.C.], January 7, 1957.
  4. "President Eisenhower's State of the Union Message," [Washington, D.C.], January 10, 1957.
  5. "President Eisenhower's Budget Message," [Washington, D.C.], January 16, 1957.
  6. "Voluntary Export Quotas Placed on Textiles by the Japanese," [Washington, D.C.], January 16, 1957.
  7. "[Civil Rights Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], January 17, 1957.
  8. On Assistant Secretary of Defense Carter Burgess being Awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, [Washington, D.C.], January 17, 1957.
  9. "[Construction of a New Hospital for Fort Jackson, Investigation of Higher Gasoline Prices, and Other Issues]," [Washington, D.C.], January 24, 1957.
  10. "[Investigation of Higher Gasoline Prices, Civil Rights Bills, and Other Issues]," [Washington, D.C.], January 31, 1957.
  11. "The Competition of Foreign Hardwood Plywood Imports with the Domestic Plywood and Veneer Industries," [Washington, D.C.], February 1, 1957.
  12. "[The] Soil Bank Situation," [Washington, D.C.], February 6, 1957.
  13. "[The Soil Bank Situation, Committee Assignments, and Other Issues]," [Washington, D.C.], February 7, 1957.
  14. "Air Travel," [Washington, D.C.], February 13, 1957.
  15. "Judicial Usurpation of Power," [Washington, D.C.], February 14, 1957.
  16. "[Tax Relief for Small Businessmen, Protection of the Plywood Industry against Foreign Imports, and Other Issues]," [Washington, D.C.], February 21, 1957.
  17. "[Thurmond's Opposition to the Civil Rights Bills Pending in the Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], February 28, 1957.
  18. "[Regarding] Public Hearing on Proposals for GI Peacetime Benefits," [Washington, D.C.], March 4, 1957.
  19. "[Additional Emergency Farmers Home Administration Loans available for South Carolina Farmers]," [Washington, D.C.], March 5, 1957.
  20. "The Middle East Resolution," [Washington, D.C., March 5, 1957.
  21. "Senate Activities," [Washington, D.C.], March 14, 1957.
  22. "The Civil Rights Bills," [Washington, D.C.], March 21, 1957.
  23. "The Vote to Recommit the Rivers and Harbors Bill, S. 497, [to the U.S. Senate Public Works Committee]," [Washington, D.C.], March 28, 1957. "Bill to Guarantee the Right of Trial by Jury," [Washington, D.C.], March 28, 1957.
  24. "Trial by Jury and Auto Insurance Over-charges," [Washington, D.C.], March 28, 1957.
  25. "[Cutting the Federal Budget, the Rivers and Harbors Authorization Bill, and the Equal Rights Amendment for Women]," [Washington, D.C.], April 4, 1957.
  26. "[Tornado Damage in the Carolinas and Georgia, and the Right of Trial by Jury Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], April 11, 1957.
  27. "[Constituent Mail]," [Washington, D.C.], April 18, 1957.
  28. "[Federal Aid to Education]," [Washington, D.C.], April 18, 1957.
  29. "Stating his Reasons for Nominating John C. Calhoun as One of the Five Outstanding Senators Selected by the Senate Committee," [Washington, D.C.], April 30, 1957.
  30. "[The Appropriations Bills]," [Washington, D.C.], May 3, 1957.
  31. "National Radio Week," Radio Station WSPA, Spartanburg, S.C., May 9, 1957.
  32. "Infantile Paralysis," [Washington, D.C.], May 9, 1957.
  33. "Infantile Paralysis," [Washington, D.C.], May 9, 1957.
  34. "[Adverse Decisions of the United States Supreme Court]," [Washington, D.C.], May 9, 1957.
  35. "[Budget and Financial Situation of the United States]," [Washington, D.C.], May 16, 1957.
  36. "[The Size of the Proposed Budget]," [Washington, D.C.], May 23, 1957.
  37. "[The 1958 Housing Bill and Other Issues]," [Washington, D.C.], May 29, 1957.
  38. "[Great Britain's Recognition of Red China for Trade Purposes]," [Washington, D.C.], May 31, 1957.
5 70

Statements 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "The Jury Trial Amendment to the Civil Rights Bill," [Washington, D.C.], June 4, 1957.
  2. "[The Civil Rights Bill and Great Britain's Recognition of Red China for Trade Purposes]," [Washington, D.C.], June 6, 1957.
  3. "[Appropriations Bills, the Soil Bank Program, Cotton and Other Issues]," [Washington, D.C.], June 13, 1957.
  4. "[The House Civil Rights Bill and the Recent Decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court]," [Washington, D.C.], June 20, 1957.
  5. "[The House Passage of the Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 21, 1957.
  6. Interview for the National Highway Users Conference Exhibit, Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C., June 21, 1957.
  7. "[U.S. Supreme Court Decisions where they have Usurped their Powers]," [Washington, D.C.], June 27, 1957.
  8. "[The Civil Rights Bill and the United States Government's Jurisdiction over Military Personnel]," [Washington, D.C.], July 3, 1957.
  9. "[The Pending Fight to Pass the Civil Rights Bill in the United States Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], July 5, 1957.
  10. "[The South can expect No Assistance from Either National Political Party during the Senate Battle over the Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 11, 1957.
  11. "[In Opposition to the Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 11, 1957.
  12. Thurmond Questions Senator Richard B. Russell about the Civil Rights Bill on a Television Program, [Washington, D.C.], July 15, 1957.
  13. "[Status of the Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 18, 1957.
  14. "[The Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 25, 1957.
  15. Senators Thurmond and Byrd discussing the Civil Rights Bill on Television, [Washington, D.C.], July 25, 1957.
  16. "[The Pending Civil Rights Bill Would Place a Mortgage on the Freedom of Every American Citizen]," [Washington, D.C.], July 31, 1957.
  17. "[The Civil Rights Bill Debate arrives at a Conclusion]," [Washington, D.C.], August 1, 1957.
  18. "[The Final Fate of the Civil Rights Bill has not been Determined]," [Washington, D.C.], August 8, 1957.
  19. "[Senate Committee Hearings on Thurmond's S 4 Bill to Prevent Service of Alcoholic Beverages on Airplanes]," [Washington, D.C.], August 15, 1957.
  20. "[Fighting to Protect the Continued Operations of Fort Jackson]," [Washington, D.C.], August 22, 1957.
  21. "[In Opposition to the Compromise on the Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], August 23, 1957.
  22. "[Thurmond's Extended Speech on Opposing the Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], August 30, 1957.
  23. "[Thurmond Received Thousands of Congratulatory Messages for his 24-Hour Address on August 28 and 29 against the Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], September 7, 1957.
  24. "The Nomination of Mr. W. Wilson White to be Chief of the New Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice," Washington, D.C.], November 23, 1957.
  25. "The Nomination of Mr. W. Wilson White to be Chief of Civil Rights Division, Justice Department," [Washington, D.C.], November 25, 1957.
  26. "[In Opposition to] the President's Proposed Federal Aid Program for Science and Math Emphasis," [Washington, D.C.], December 31, 1957.
5 71

Statements-Committee 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Requesting Approval for a Fourth Federal Judgeship in South Carolina]," U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee considering the Question of Providing a Fourth Federal Judge in South Carolina, [Washington, D.C.], February 20, 1957.
  2. "Civil Rights Legislation Pending in the Congress," [Washington, D.C.], February 26, 1957.
  3. "Tobacco Varieties," U.S. Senate Agriculture Subcommittee, [Washington, D.C.], March 1, 1957.
  4. "In Opposition to Pending Civil Rights Bill," U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee's Constitutional Rights Subcommittee, [Washington, D.C.], March 4, 1957.
  5. "Bills to Provide Readjustment Benefits to Veterans of Peacetime Service," [Washington, D.C.], March 18, 1957.
  6. "Tobacco Varieties and Price Differentials," U.S. House Agriculture Committee's Tobacco Subcommittee, [Washington, D.C.], August 6, 1957.
  7. "In Support of S.4, [a Bill which would prevent the Service of Alcoholic Beverages Aboard Airplanes]," U.S. Senate Commerce Committee, [Washington, D.C.], August 13, 1957.
5 72

Statements on Senate Floor 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Introduction of Seven Bills in the Senate," January 7, 1957.
  2. "Receiving Notice of His Appointment to Three Senate Committees," January 8, 1957.
  3. "Introducing a Bill to Fix the Price Support Level on Basic Farm Commodities at 90 Percent of Parity," February 11, 1957.
  4. "[The Proposed Constitutional Amendment to Balance the Federal Budget]," February 14, 1957.
  5. "Introduction of Standard Business Expense Deduction Bill in the U.S. Senate," March 12, 1957.
  6. "[Introduction of a Bill to Restrict the Importation of Plywood]," March 14, 1957.
  7. "The Right of Trial by Jury", March 27, 1957.
  8. "Senator [Harry Flood] Byrd's Efforts to Reduce the Budget," April 1, 1957.
  9. "[High School Students Sent a Letter Requesting Reduction of the Federal Budget]," April 4, 1957.
  10. "In Support of the Equal Rights Amendment for Women," April 4, 1957.
  11. "Regarding Attacks made against the Bill to Guarantee Trial by Jury," April 9, 1957.
  12. "[The Gallup Poll on Prohibition]," April 15, 1957.
  13. "[Trial by Jury]," April 17, 1957.
  14. "[The U.S. Supreme Court's Decision on Girard College]," May 8, 1957.
  15. "[Regarding an Address made by James F. Byrnes in which he Warned against the U.S. Supreme Court's Usurpation of Power not Granted to it by the U.S. Constitution]," May 20, 1957.
  16. "Reduction of the Federal Budget," May 28, 1957.
  17. "Introducing a Bill to Prohibit Pay Television," June 11, 1957.
  18. "[The U.S. Supreme Court's Usurpation of Power]," June 20, 1957.
  19. "[Introduction of a Resolution to Revise the Electoral System]," June 24, 1957.
  20. "The Supreme Court Decision in the Mallory Case," June 27, 1957.
  21. "[Introducing a Concurrent Resolution against the United States Waiving its Primary Right to Jurisdiction of its Military Personnel Serving Overseas]," July 3, 1957.
  22. "[The Need to Restrict the Powers of the U.S. Supreme Court]," July 31, 1957.
  23. "Extending the Life of the Small Business Administration," August 1, 1957.
  24. "['Rural Development-One Farm Program That Works']," August 9, 1957.
  25. "The Late Senator Walter George of Georgia," August 12, 1957.
  26. "The Late Senator Joseph R. McCarthy," August 14, 1957.
  27. "Tribute to the Late Mr. J. Izlar Sims [of Orangeburg, S.C.]," August 16, 1957.
  28. "The Supreme Court Decision in the Mallory Case," August 20, 1957.
  29. "Bills to Provide Readjustment Benefits to Veterans of Peacetime Service," August 20, 1957.
  30. "Proposed Reduction of Reserve Forces," August 22, 1957.
  31. "[S.4, a Bill to Prohibit Alcoholic Beverages Aboard Airplanes and a Pilot's List of Aerial Drinking Incidents]," August 23, 1957.
  32. "Pay Television," August 23, 1957.
5 73

Statements on the Senate Floor-Record Speech in the U.S. Senate August 28-29, 1957 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Senator Strom Thurmond's Record Speech in the U.S. Senate, 24 Hours and 18 Minutes", bound copy of filibuster on U.S. Senate floor, August 28-29, 1957.
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1958 

Box Folder

Addresses 1958 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Current Threats to American Freedom]," Greenville County Medical Society, Greenville, S.C., January 16, 1958.
  2. "Civil Affairs Military Government and the Problem of Survival," Connecticut Affairs Military Government Units, New Haven, Connecticut, January 24, 1958.
  3. "National Security," American Legion Auxiliary, Washington, D.C., February 6, 1958.
  4. "Civil Affairs Military Government Combat Support," Washington, D.C. Civil Affairs Military Government Units, Washington, D.C., March 10, 1958.
  5. "The Most Under-Rated Quality," U.S. Senate Prayer Breakfast Group, Washington, D.C., March 19, 1958.
  6. "Federal Usurpation," Military College of South Carolina, Charleston, S.C., March 29, 1958.
  7. "[The Relationship Between Government and Business]," Lions Club Appreciation Night, Laurens, S.C., April 8, 1958.
  8. "Civil Affairs Military Government Combat Support," Illinois Civil Affairs Military Government Units, Chicago, Illinois,
7 74

Addresses 1958 

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  1. "[History of Calhoun County, Principles of Constitutional Government, and States' Rights]," Ceremonies for Unveiling Historical Marker on Farm Day of Calhoun County's Golden Jubilee Celebration at Calhoun County Courthouse, St. Matthews, S.C., May 10, 1958.
  2. "Civil Affairs Military Government Combat Support," New York Civil Affairs Military Government Units, New York, New York, May 15, 1958.
  3. "Civil Affairs Government Combat Support," Civil Affairs Military Government Units of Rochester and Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, May 24, 1958.
  4. "Civil Affairs Government Combat Support," Civil Affairs Military Government Units of Utica and Syracuse, Syracuse, New York, May 24, 1958.
  5. "Civil Affairs Government Combat Support," Civil Affairs Military Government Units of Wooster and Mansfield, Mansfield, Ohio, May 26, 1958.
  6. "[Federal Government Disregards the Virtues of the Free Enterprise System]", groundbreaking ceremonies for new steam generating plant of Carolina Power and Light Company, Hartsville, South Carolina, May 30, 1958.
  7. "[Giving Foreign Aid to Communist Countries]," Poultry Festival of the South Carolina Poultry Improvement Association, Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina, June 11, 1958.
  8. "[A Four-Point Trade Program]," Southern Garment Manufacturers Association, Miami Beach, Florida, June 25, 1958.
7 75

Addresses 1958 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "The Long Road to Faith," U.S. Senate Prayer Group, [Washington, D.C.], August 6, 1958.
  2. "Civil Affairs Military Government Combat Support," Civil Affairs Military Government Units of New Jersey, Rhode Island and Connecticut, Fort Devens, Massachusetts, September 2, 1958.
  3. "Civil Affairs Military Government Combat Support," Civil Affairs Military Government Unit, Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 9, 1958.
  4. "[A Four-Point Trade Program]," The Kiwanis Club, Spartanburg, S.C., October 9, 1958.
  5. "[Our Federal Government Becoming More a Socialistic Welfare State]," The Rock Hill Executives Club, Rock Hill, S.C., October 9, 1958.
  6. "[The U.S. Supreme Court and Socialism]," Rally of the Pee Dee Area Citizens, Olanta, S.C., October 14, 1958.
  7. "[The Executive Branch of the Federal Government]," The Rotary, Lions, and Kiwanis Clubs, Columbia, S.C., December 1, 1958.
  8. "[Hardships of the Textile Industry]," Dedication of the New Textile Research Center, Spartanburg, S.C., December 11, 1958.
  9. "[The Challenge Facing the American People]," 'Manion Forum' Radio Program, South Bend, Indiana, December 14, 1958.
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Addresses on Senate Floor 1958 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Introducing Resolution to Establish a Commission on Federal and State Jurisdiction," January 20, 1958.
  2. "In Support of Point of Order Directed against HR. 7999, [The Admission of Alaska to Statehood]," June 27, 1958.
  3. "In Support of his Amendment to Alaskan Statehood Bill requiring Congressional Approval before the President can effect Land Withdrawals under Section 10," June 30, 1958.
  4. "In Support of His Amendment to the Alaska Statehood Bill Excluding Land Withdrawal Area in Section 10 from Statehood," June 30, 1958.
  5. "Proposal to Establish Rules of Interpretation for the Supreme Court to Follow in Interpreting the Intent of Congress," August 20, 1958.
7 77

Articles 1958 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Regarding Necessity for His Proposed Legislation, S. 1165, to Provide Incentive Pay for Members of JAG [Judge Advocate General]," Army-Navy-Air Force Times, [Location Unknown], [c. 1958].
  2. "The Roots of Faith," We Believe in Prayer, Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 21, 1958.
  3. "States' Rights Versus Federal Tyranny," Harvard Fortnightly, [Location Unknown], March 21, 1958.
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Press Releases 1958 

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  1. "[Thurmond will Renew his efforts to have Congress Approve the S. 267 Bill which would Freeze Cotton Acreage Allotments at 17.5 Million Acres on a Permanent Basis]," [Washington, D.C.], January 7, 1958.
  2. "[Thurmond to Propose a Corn Acreage Allotment Program to help South Carolina Farmers]," [Washington, D.C.], January 17, 1958.
  3. "[Thurmond Plans to Introduce a Bill to Reorganize the Department of Defense]," [Washington, D.C.], February 6, 1958.
  4. "[Thurmond Opposes Senator Douglas' S. 3257 Bill on Civil Rights]," [Washington, D.C.], February 10, 1958.
  5. "[South Carolina may receive a Weather Forecast Center]," [Washington, D.C.], February 12, 1958.
  6. "[Thurmond urges the Interstate Commerce Commission to Investigate the effects of the Freight Rate Structure on the Depressed Southern Pine Lumber Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], February 12, 1958.
  7. "[The Proposed Reduction in the Strength of the National Guard]," [Washington, D.C.], February 13, 1958.
  8. "[Interstate Commerce Commission Planning to Investigate the effects of the Freight Rate Practices on the Southern Lumber Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], February 14, 1958.
  9. "[Thurmond Introduces a Bill to Provide $100 Tax Credit for Taxpayers who are College Students and who have Dependents in College]," [Washington, D.C.], March 13, 1958.
  10. "[Thurmond Favors the Expansion of the Rural Housing Program]," [Washington, D.C.], March 26, 1958.
  11. "[Thurmond hopes the Senate will not Change the Rule which Permits Freedom of Debate]," [Washington, D.C.], March 26, 1958.
  12. "[Thurmond Extremely Disappointed that President Eisenhower Vetoed the Farm Price Support Resolution (S.J. Res. 162)]," [Washington, D.C.], March 31, 1958.
  13. "[Robert Own DuPre of Walhalla, South Carolina, Appointed to Serve as Legislative Assistant on Senator Thurmond's Staff]," [Washington, D.C.], April 2, 1958.
  14. "[Robert Own DuPre of Walhalla, South Carolina, to Serve as Legislative Assistant on Senator Thurmond's Staff]," [Washington, D.C.], April 4, 1958.
  15. "[Federal Home Loans will soon be Available to Veterans because of the Renewal of the Veterans Direct Loan Program]," [Washington, D.C.], April 8, 1958.
  16. "[Thurmond Co-sponsors Resolution Authorizing the U.S. Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee to Study all Factors affecting Commerce and Production in the Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], April 14, 1958.
  17. "[Veterans Direct Loan Program Gives $1,500,000 Home Loans to South Carolina Veterans]," [Washington, D.C.], April 15, 1958.
  18. "[Thurmond Tells the U.S. Senate that a 'Completely Constructive and Objective' Study of the American Textile Industry can make a 'Large Contribution to the Welfare of the entire American Economy']," [Washington, D.C.], May 6, 1958.
  19. "[Thurmond Talks about Principles of Constitutional Government and States' Rights at the Ceremonies for unveiling Historical Marker on Farm Day of Calhoun County's Golden Jubilee Celebration at Calhoun County Courthouse]," St. Matthews, S.C., May 10, 1958.
  20. "[Federal Housing Administration Approved Proposal to Construct 275 Units of Capehart Housing at Donaldson Air Force Base, Greenville, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], May 15, 1958.
  21. "[Thurmond Pledges his full Cooperation on making a Senate Subcommittee Study of the Problems of the Textile Industry 'a Completely Constructive and Objective One']," [Washington, D.C.], May 19, 1958.
  22. "[Thurmond Introduces a Joint Resolution for a Constitutional Amendment to Restore the Interpretation of the Double Jeopardy Rule]," [Washington, D.C.], May 19, 1958.
  23. "[Thurmond Introduces a Bill to Remove the Federal Subsidy from Domestic Trunk Airlines]," [Washington, D.C.], May 22, 1958.
  24. "[Thurmond Introduces a Bill to Make Unlawful the Collection of Fees by Labor Unions for the Unloading of Truck Cargo]," [Washington, D.C.], June 2, 1958.
  25. "[Thurmond delivers a blistering Indictment of the Foreign Aid Program at the First Annual Batesburg-Leesville Poultry Festival]," [Washington, D.C.], June 11, 1958.
  26. "[Thurmond Responds to a Statement made by George Meany in regard to one of his Amendments to the Labor Reform Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 19, 1958.
  27. "[Thurmond Points Out to the Capitol Architect that the Portraits of the Five Most Outstanding Senators still need to be Hanged in the Senate Reception Room]," [Washington, D.C.], July 15, 1958.
  28. "[Thurmond urges Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson to bring the Farm Bill to the Senate Floor for Consideration at the Earliest Possible Opportunity]," [Washington, D.C.], July 17, 1958.
  29. "[Limited Loose-leaf Tobacco Sales]," [Washington, D.C.], July 17, 1958.
  30. "[8,000 Veterans to Receive Money Refunds]," [Washington, D.C.], July 21, 1958.
  31. "[Farm Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 24, 1958.
  32. "[Proposed Expansion of the Savannah River Plant near Aiken, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], August 5, 1958.
  33. "[The Korean GI Bill Amendment]," [Washington, D.C.], August 8, 1958.
  34. "[Thurmond's Bill to Provide Special Vocational Training for Mentally or Physically Handicapped War Orphans]," [Washington, D.C.], August 8, 1958.
  35. "[Thurmond's Bill to Provide a Program of Vocational Rehabilitation Training to Peacetime Veterans who became Disabled while on Active Military Duty]," [Washington, D.C.], August 8, 1958.
  36. "[Thurmond Telegrams Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson about the Possible Reduction in Cotton Acreage]," Washington, D.C.], August 8, 1958.
  37. "[Thurmond Appeals to the News Media to give the South Fair Coverage regarding efforts of Southern States to Maintain Control over Operation of their Public School Systems]," [Washington, D.C.], September 18, 1958.
  38. "[Only Aroused Public Opinion can Curb the Four Big Threats to the Internal Security of the United States]," [Washington, D.C.], November 6, 1958.
  39. "[The South Declares War on the Supreme Court's Unconstitutional Usurpation and Unlawful Arrogation of Power]," [Washington, D.C.], November 7, 1958.
  40. "[Thurmond urges People to be Alert against Infiltration of Communist Ideas into Our Democratic Programs]," [Washington, D.C.], November 11, 1958.
  41. "[National Science Foundation to Provide Assistance for Summer Institutes in Science and Related Courses at Five South Carolina Colleges]," [Washington, D.C.], November 17, 1958.
  42. "[Thurmond Talks about 'Creeping Socialism' in three Major Addresses Delivered at three South Carolina Towns (Rock Hill, Olanta and Columbia)]," [Washington, D.C.], December 20, 1958.
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  1. "Outline on Potter Amendment to the Labor Reform Bill," June 16, 1958.
7 80

Statements 1958 

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  1. "[The] Amendment to Section 406 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 [which concerns Federal Subsidies]," [Washington, D.C.], [c.1958].
  2. "Proposal to Unify the Armed Services," [Washington, D.C.], January 3, 1958.
  3. "[Russia's Recent gain over America with the Launching of Sputniks I and II]," [Washington, D.C.], January 9, 1958.
  4. "[President Eisenhower's] State of the Union Message," [Washington, D.C.], January 9, 1958.
  5. "[Senate Resolution Requests the Formation of the Commission on Federal and State Jurisdiction]," [Washington, D.C.], January 10, 1958.
  6. "[Balancing Defense Costs and the Federal Budget]," Washington, D.C.], January 14, 1958.
  7. "[Senate Resolution Calls for the Establishment of the Commission on Federal and State Jurisdiction]," [Washington, D.C.], January 23, 1958.
  8. "Toll Television," [Washington, D.C.], January 27, 1958.
  9. "[President Eisenhower's] Special Message on Education," [Washington, D.C.], January 27, 1958.
  10. "[Pay Television]," TV Station WBTV, Charlotte, North Carolina, January 29, 1958.
  11. "[President Eisenhower's Special Message on Education]," [Washington, D.C.], January 29, 1958.
  12. "[Repairing the East Front of the Capitol Building]," [Washington, D.C.], January 29, 1958.
  13. "[Russia's Sputniks Forced Our Government to increase America's Defense Efforts]," [Washington, D.C.], February 5, 1958.
  14. "[The Armed Forces Unification Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], February 7, 1958.
  15. "[Lincoln's Firm Belief in a Indissoluble Union]," [Washington, D.C.], February 10, 1958.
  16. "[Economic Problems Affecting the People of South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], February 13, 1958.
  17. "[Defining Faith]," 'Faith of Famous Persons' Radio Program, [Washington, D.C.], February 13, 1958.
  18. "[The Problems of Cotton Farmers]," [Washington, D.C.], February 14, 1958.
  19. "[Pay Television]," [Washington, D.C.], February 19, 1958.
  20. "[Legislative Proposals Currently before the United States Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], February 20, 1958.
  21. "[Pay Television]," [Washington, D.C.], February 26, 1958.
  22. "[I will not be present at the Anti-Defamation League Dinner because it insults the Senators who stood firm against the Civil Rights Law]," [Washington, D.C.], February 27, 1958.
  23. "[The Public Debt Limit, the Foreign Aid Program, Limiting the Supreme Court's Jurisdiction over Subversive Activity, and Pay Television]," [Washington, D.C.], February 27, 1958.
  24. "[The Soil Bank Program in South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], February 28, 1958.
  25. "[The Supreme Court's Ruling on the Kern-Limerick versus Scurlock Case]," [Washington, D.C.], March 4, 1958.
  26. "[Maintaining the Strength of Local Self-government]," [Washington, D.C.], March 6, 1958.
  27. "[The Soil Bank Plan for 1958]," [Washington, D.C.], March 12, 1958.
  28. "[The Accident involving Aircraft carrying Nuclear Weapons]," [Washington, D.C.], March 12, 1958.
  29. "[A Bill to Provide a $100 Tax Credit for College Students]," [Washington, D.C.], March 13, 1958.
  30. "[Steps taken by the Government to Stimulate Business Activity and Combat the Negative effects of the Economic Recession]," [Washington, D.C.], March 13, 1958.
  31. "[National Defense and Education]," [Washington, D.C.], March 20, 1958.
  32. "[The Highway Construction Bill, the Rural Housing Program, and the Soil Bank]," [Washington, D.C.], March 27, 1958.
  33. "President Eisenhower's Signing of Second Supplemental Appropriations Bill," [Washington, D.C.], March 29, 1958.
  34. "[In Opposition to Proposed Reduction in Strength of the National Guard and Army Reserve]," [Washington, D.C.], April 1, 1958.
  35. "[Cheap Foreign Imports threaten the American Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], April 2, 1958
  36. "[The Future of the National Guard and Army Reserve]," [Washington, D.C.], April 3, 1958.
  37. "[The Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act and the American Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], April 3, 1958.
  38. "[Senate Resolution 287 requests for a Full Study of all Factors affecting Commerce and Production in the Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], April 16, 1958.
  39. "[The Community Facilities Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], April 17, 1958.
  40. "[In Opposition to the Community Facilities Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], April 17, 1958.
  41. "[National Radio Month]," [Washington, D.C.], April 24, 1958.
  42. "[Need Sound Trade Program aimed at Aiding America to improve our Employment Situation]," [Washington, D.C.], April 24, 1958.
  43. "[The Atomic Energy Commission approves Proposal to Build a Nuclear Power Plant at Parr Shoals, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], April 25, 1958.
  44. "[Senate Judiciary Committee approves a Modification of the Jenner Bill which restricts the Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court]," [Washington, D.C.], May 1, 1958.
  45. "[Senate Judiciary Committee approves a Modification of the Jenner Bill which places restrictions on the Appellate Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court]," [Washington, D.C.], May 1, 1958.
  46. "[In Opposition to Limiting Debate in the Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], May 5, 1958.
  47. "Textile Study Resolution," [Washington, D.C.], May 6, 1958.
  48. "[Guaranteeing Democratic Procedures in Labor Unions]," [Washington, D.C.], May 8, 1958.
  49. "[Two Bills to Guarantee Democratic Procedures in Labor Unions]," [Washington, D.C.], May 8, 1958.
  50. "[Labor Unions and the plight of the Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], May 8, 1958.
  51. "Little Rock Situation," [Washington, D.C.], May 8, 1958.
  52. "Report of Plan to Dissolve 51st National Guard Division," [Washington, D.C.], May 9, 1958.
  53. "Death of Charles Peace," [Washington, D.C.], May 15, 1958.
  54. "[The Area Redevelopment Act]," [Washington, D.C.], May 15, 1958.
  55. [Responding to Statements made by Former Senators Benton and Lehman regarding Draftees and Race Relations], [Washington, D.C.], May 22, 1958.
  56. "[Race Relations and Slurs against the South]," [Washington, D.C.], May 22, 1958.
  57. "[American Foreign Policy]," [Washington, D.C.], May 29, 1958.
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  1. "[The Foreign Aid Program]," [Washington, D.C.], June 5, 1958.
  2. "[The Foreign Aid Program]," [Washington, D.C.], June 5, 1958.
  3. "[Senate Debate on the Labor Reform Bill and the Railroad Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 12, 1958.
  4. "[In Opposition to Statehood for Alaska]," [Washington, D.C.], June 12, 1958.
  5. "[Trade Agreements Act]," [Washington, D.C.], June 17, 1958.
  6. "[The Labor Reform Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 17, 1958.
  7. "[Statehood for Alaska]," [Washington, D.C.], June 17, 1958.
  8. "[Misinformation being circulated about the Labor Reform Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 19, 1958.
  9. "[The Candidate for Solicitor in the 12th Judicial Circuit]," [Washington, D.C.], June 20, 1958.
  10. Commenting on the Court Order Suspending Integration at Little Rock, Arkansas, [Washington, D.C.], June 21, 1958.
  11. Commenting on Statement of four Negro Leaders to President Eisenhower, [Washington, D.C.], June 23, 1958.
  12. "[The Alaskan Statehood Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 23, 1958.
  13. "[In Opposition to the Alaskan Statehood Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 23, 1958.
  14. "[Congratulations to Ernest Hollings on being Elected Governor of South Carolina], [Washington, D.C.], June 26, 1958.
  15. "[Thurmond Continues to Oppose the Alaskan Statehood Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], June 27, 1958.
  16. "[Military Officers should be completely free to express their Views when testifying before Congressional Committees]," [Washington, D.C.], June 27, 1958.
  17. "[Efforts to Enact important Farm Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], July 3, 1958.
  18. "[The Omnibus Housing Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 8, 1958
  19. "[Japanese Cotton Export to the United States]," [Washington, D.C.], July 9, 1958.
  20. "[Amendments to the Trade Agreements Extension Act]," [Washington, D.C.], July 10, 1958.
  21. "[In Opposition to the Omnibus Housing Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 10, 1958.
  22. "[The Public Housing Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 11, 1958.
  23. "[Urging Prompt Consideration of the Jenner Bill and the Farm Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 17, 1958.
  24. "Passage of the States' Rights Bill by the U.S. House of Representatives," [Washington, D.C.], July 17, 1958.
  25. "[Crop Insurance for Farmers by Lee and Marlboro Counties]," [Washington, D.C.], July 19, 1958.
  26. "[Foreign Relations, Economic Recession, and possible Campaign Issues for the Years 1958 and 1960]," [Washington, D.C.], July 21, 1958.
  27. "[Issues that should be paramount in the Election Years 1958 and 1960]," [Washington, D.C.], July 24, 1958.
  28. "[The Federal Communications Commission's Decision to Delay the Proposed Trail of Pay Television]," [Washington, D.C.], July 28, 1958.
  29. "[Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Birth of the Czechoslovak Republic and the 10th Anniversary of the Death of Jan Masaryk]," [Washington, D.C.], July 29, 1958.
  30. "[In Opposition to the Proposed Rules which would allow the Majority of the Senate to Terminate Debate on a given Subject]," [Washington, D.C.], July 29, 1958.
  31. "[U.S. Senate Adopts Thurmond's Amendments to the Military Appropriations Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 31, 1958.
  32. "[The Importance of American Ground Troops and the Implementation of a Nuclear Submarine Program]," Washington, D.C.], July 31, 1958.
  33. "[In Opposition to Federal Aid for Education]," [Washington, D.C.], August 7, 1958.
  34. "[In Opposition to Federal Aid Program for Education]," [Washington, D.C.], August 7, 1958.
  35. "[Chances grow slimmer for the Enactment of the States' Rights Bill and Suitable Farm Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], August 14, 1958.
  36. "[The States' Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], August 14, 1958.
  37. "Commenting on the Circuit Court Decision in the Little Rock Case", [Washington, D.C.], August 18, 1958.
  38. "Commenting on President Eisenhower's Press Conference Statement re: Little Rock", [Washington, D.C.], August 20, 1958.
  39. "[The States' Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], August 21, 1958.
  40. "[Accomplishments of the Second Session of the 85th Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], August 23, 1958.
  41. "[The U.S. Supreme Court's Decision on Integration]," [Washington, D.C.], September 12, 1958.
  42. "[Thurmond hopeful that the Senate Textile Study Subcommittee will arrive at some specific Recommendations to Improve the American Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], September 18, 1958.
  43. "[The U.S. Supreme Court's Decision on Private Schools]," [Washington, D.C.], September 29, 1958.
  44. "The School Crisis and Constitutional Government," [Washington, D.C.], October 3, 1958.
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Statements-Committee 1958 

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  1. "[Reduction of the Army Reserve Forces]," U.S. House Armed Services Committee, [Washington, D.C.], January 18, 1958.
  2. "[The S. 1642 Relief Bill for Claude E. Crawford, Fire Chief of the Charleston Naval Base]," U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on S.1642, [Washington, D.C.], March 11, 1958.
  3. "In Support of Incentive Pay to Retain and Recruit Qualified Lawyers for the Armed Services," U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, [Washington, D.C.], March 12, 1958.
  4. "[Urging Approval of the Parr Shoals Project]," Joint Atomic Energy Committee Subcommittee on Legislation, [Washington, D.C.], May 23, 1958
  5. "[In Support of his Amendments to HR. 12591, the Trade Agreements Extension Bill]," U.S. Senate Finance Committee,
  6. [Washington, D.C.], July 2, 1958.
  7. "[Proper Price Support Differential between Tied and Loose Tobacco]," U.S. Senate Agriculture Subcommittee on Tobacco, [Washington, D.C.], December 16, 1958.
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Statements on Senate Floor 1958 

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  1. "[Concerning a Statement Thurmond Made about the Civil Rights Bill on August 30, 1957]," January 7, 1958.
  2. "[A Bill to Establish the United States Science Academy]," January 9, 1958.
  3. "[The Andrew Mallory Court Decision]," January 9, 1958
  4. "Introduction of S 2995, Veteran's Housing Extension," January 13, 1958.
  5. "[Tribute to Senator Richard B. Russell of Georgia]," January 13, 1958.
  6. "[In Opposition to Pay Television]," January 27, 1958.
  7. "Equal Rights Amendment for Women," February 8, 1958.
  8. "[Expressing Regret Over the Decision of Senator Harry Flood Byrd of Virginia to Retire]," February 13, 1958.
  9. "['Little Rock asks Court to Suspend Integration']," February 21, 1958.
  10. "[The Tenth Anniversary of Communism in Czechoslovakia]," February 24, 1958.
  11. "[In Support of the S 2646 Bill which would Limit Appellate Jurisdiction of the U.S. Supreme Court]," Internal Security Subcommittee of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, February 27, 1958.
  12. "HR 8381, [A Bill which would Repeal Section 120 of the Internal Revenue Code and greatly impact the Country's underpaid Police Officers]," February 28, 1958.
  13. "[In Support of S 6, a Bill which would eliminate Claims of Immunity from State and Local Taxes on Contracts with the United States Government]," March 4, 1958.
  14. "[The Cotton Soil Bank Program for 1958]," March 11, 1958.
  15. "Introduction of Educational Tax Credit Bill," March 13, 1958.
  16. "The Offering of Amendments to the Military Pay Bill, S. 3081, [Which concerns the Procurement and Retention of Lawyers in the Armed Forces]," March 17, 1958.
  17. "District of Columbia Headquarters for National Society of Sons of American Revolution," March 17, 1958.
  18. "[Thurmond urges that the South Carolina National Guard be maintained at Full Strength]," March 20, 1958.
  19. [Regarding the Senator from Alabama's Statement made on the Problems of the Small Businessman], March 21, 1958.
  20. "[Section 122 of the Highway Bill, S 3414]," March 26, 1958.
  21. "[In Opposition to the Davis-Bacon Amendment to the Community Facilities Act]," April 1, 1958.
  22. [Regarding Senator Frederick George Payne's accurate description of the plight of the Textile Industry], April 2, 1958.
  23. [Commenting on Senator Frederick George Payne's Address regarding the economic plight of the Textile Industry], April 2, 1958.
  24. "In Opposition to the Case Amendment to S. 3497 [which would require that any Community Project undertaken must comply with a Minimum Wage Schedule]," April 15, 1958.
  25. "[Thurmond's] Amendment to S. 3497, the Community Facilities Loan Bill," April 16, 1958.
  26. "Proposed Amendments to S. 2888, [which would provide for Registration, Reporting, and Disclosure of Employee Welfare and Pension Benefit Plans]," April 25, 1958.
  27. "Textile Study," May 5, 1958.
  28. "Introduction of Taft-Hartley Amendment [which would not give Antitrust Immunity to Labor Unions]," May 8, 1958.
  29. "Introduction of New Section 306 to the National Labor Relations Act [which would permit Employees to sue for Loss of Wages or Compensation resulting from unfair Labor Practices]," May 8, 1958.
  30. "Proposing a Amendment to the Constitution Relating to the Plea of Double Jeopardy," May 8, 1958.
  31. "In Opposition to S 3683, [a Bill which gives Federal Money to Various Areas for Improving Economic Welfare]," May 13, 1958.
  32. "In Management of H.R. 6908, concerning Hospitalization in the Philippines," May 14, 1958.
  33. "In Support of S. 3500, the Auto Labeling Bill," May 14, 1958.
  34. "[The] Confirmation of Gordon Tiffany as Staff Director of the Civil Rights Commission," May 14, 1958.
  35. "Introduction of Amendment to the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938," May 22, 1958.
  36. [Commenting on] recent Remarks by former Senator Herbert Lehman on Segregation and Foreign Relations, May 22, 1958.
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  1. "Proposing an Amendment to the Section of H.R. 12181 dealing with Offshore Procurement," June 4, 1958.
  2. "Foreign Aid Bill, HR 12181," June 5, 1958.
  3. "The Provision of HR 12181 Dealing with Offshore Procurement," June 6, 1958.
  4. "[The Railroad Bill, S 3778]," June 11, 1958.
  5. "Thurmond Amendment [would] Strike Section 605 from S. 3974, the National Labor Relations Act," June 12, 1958.
  6. "['Old Rock Hill Textile Plant to Close Soon']," June 18, 1958.
  7. "[Thurmond's] Amendments to H.R. 12591, [The Trade agreements Extension Bill of 1958]," June 23, 1958.
  8. "[In Support of order directed against H.R. 7999, the Alaskan Constitution]," June 30, 1958.
  9. "In Support of S. 4071, Farm Bill," July, 1958.
  10. "Small Business Bill (H.R. 7963)," July 1, 1958.
  11. "[Amendments to H.R. 12591, the Trade Agreements Extension Bill]," July 10, 1958.
  12. "In Support of Escape Clause Provision to H.R. 12591, [the Trade Agreements Act]," July 16, 1958.
  13. "Defense Reorganization Act," July 18, 1958.
  14. "Introduction of Bills to Amend the War Orphans' Educational Assistance Act of 1956 and Public Law 894, 81st Congress," July 31, 1958.
  15. "In Opposition to District of Columbia Home Rule Bill," August, 1958.
  16. "Tribute to the Late Matthew M. Neely," August 4, 1958.
  17. "Tribute to the Late W. Kerr Scott," August 4, 1958.
  18. "Tribute to Senator H. Alexander Smith," August 7, 1958.
  19. "In Opposition to the confirmation of W. Wilson White as Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Division," August 13, 1958.
  20. "S. 4213, [a Bill] to provide Vocational Rehabilitation for Disabled Peacetime Veterans," August 14, 1958.
  21. "In Opposition to Federal Aid to Education Bill, S. 4237," August 14, 1958.
  22. "Morse Amendment, S. 1313, to the Social Security Bill," August 16, 1958.
  23. "Jenner-Butler Amendment to H.R. 6789 [which would limit the Jurisdiction of the U.S. Supreme Court]," August 20, 1958.
  24. "Armed Services Reduction in Force Program," August 22, 1958.
  25. "[The Conference Report on H.R. 13247, a Bill to provide Federal Financial Aid to Education]," August 22, 1958.
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Addresses 1959 

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  1. "[Attacks on Our Constitutional Form of Government]," the 36th Annual Convention of the South Carolina Association of Launderers and Cleaners, Greenville, S.C., January 31, 1959.
  2. "[National Defense and the Federal Fiscal Policy]," Hardwood-Plywood Institute Convention, Washington, D.C., February 19, 1959.
  3. "[Review of currently passed Legislation and Issues to be faced by Congress after the Recess]," Camden Chamber of Commerce, Camden, S.C., April 3, 1959.
  4. "Dragnet for Cancer," Laurens County Cancer Society, Clinton, S.C., April 10, 1959.
  5. "Our Changing Nation," Political Emphasis Week at Presbyterian College, Clinton, S.C., April 10, 1959.
  6. "Humility-The Trait that Set Lee Apart," U.S. Senate Prayer Group, [Washington, D.C.], April 29, 1959.
  7. "[States' Rights Versus Federal Usurpation of Power]," Dedication of Confederate Museum, Front Royal, Virginia, June 28, 1959.
  8. "[Problems of our National Defense]," Association of US Army, Columbia, S.C., November 18, 1959.
  9. "[The Necessity for a Strong Defense]," Association of the US Army, Augusta, Georgia, December 11, 1959.
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  1. "Petition of the National Cotton Council to the Secretary of Agriculture for relief against Manufactured Textiles under Section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act," [1959].
  2. "[In Opposition to Senate Resolution 5, which would Amend Rule XXII of the Senate Standing Rules]," January 12, 1959.
  3. "['Some Negroes here send their children to school in South']," August 31, 1959.
  4. "Proposed Extension of the Civil Rights Commission," September 14, 1959.
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Press Releases 1959 

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  1. "A New Proposed Government Propulsion Facility in the Savannah River Plant Area," [Washington, D.C.], [c. 1959].
  2. "[Integration Issues in Arkansas and Virginia]," [Washington, D.C.], [c. 1959].
  3. "[ Congressional Quarterly's Survey of the Voting Records of all Democratic Members of the 1958 Session of Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], January 1, 1959.
  4. "Thurmond Denies Rule Change 'South's Win'," [Washington, D.C.], January 19, 1959.
  5. "Thurmond is named to Armed Services" and "[Lou] Brissie visits Strom," [Washington, D.C.], January 19, 1959.
  6. "Thurmond Ranks 5th on Commerce," [Washington, D.C.], January 19, 1959.
  7. "[Thurmond and Talmadge differ on proposing an Amendment to the US Constitution to clarify the Right of the States to control Education]," [Washington, D.C.], January 29, 1959.
  8. "[Reserve Officers Association enrolls Senator Theodore Francis Green]," [Washington, D.C.], January 29, 1959.
  9. "[Thurmond Warns the American People to demand a return to Constitutional Government in order to triumph over the Enemies of America]," [Washington, D.C.], January 31, 1959.
  10. "[David Crum, former Executive Secretary to Senator Thurmond, recalled to Washington, D.C., to assist in Legislative Matters]," [Washington, D.C.], February 14, 1959.
  11. "[Thurmond Advocates strong National Defense posture and a sound Fiscal Policy]," [Washington, D.C.], February 19, 1959.
  12. "[G. Marshall Cain of Aiken, South Carolina, joins Strom Thurmond's Staff]," [Washington, D.C.], March 2, 1959.
  13. "[Development of Advanced Weapon Systems and Space Age Programs proceed on schedule]," [Washington, D.C.], March 8, 1959.
  14. "[Thurmond Criticizes Federal Aid to Education Proposals pending in Congress in an Address before the VFW Annual Convention]," Charleston, S.C., May 30, 1959.
  15. "[The Possibility of having a Traffic Interchange constructed on U.S. Interstate Route 26 where it crosses Bond Park northeast of Spartanburg]," [Washington, D.C.], June 15, 1959.
  16. "[Thurmond's Industrial Security Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 1, 1959.
  17. "[Thurmond Pledges a vigorous fight against any Civil Rights Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], July 4, 1959.
  18. "Thurmond is perfect in Senate Voting" and "Thurmond's proposals to be acted on fast," [Washington, D.C.], July 4, 1959.
  19. "South Carolinian again ROA Leader" and "Thurmond terms Butler 'insincere'," [Washington, D.C.], July 20, 1959.
  20. "Thurmond Insists on Loyalty Oaths" and "'Textile Imports Hurt'-Thurmond," [Washington, D.C.], July 27, 1959.
  21. "[New Discoveries being utilized by the Department of Agriculture]," [Washington, D.C.], July 29, 1959.
  22. "[President Eisenhower favors equalization of Retirement Pay for members of the Armed Forces]," [Washington, D.C.], July 30, 1959.
  23. "[Thurmond and New York Senator Jacob Javits have a heated row on the Senate Floor]," [Washington, D.C.], September 7, 1959.
  24. "[Thurmond Strikes at the Constitutionality of the Civil Rights Commission]," [Washington, D.C.], September 12, 1959.
  25. "Condition of Mrs. Jean Thurmond," [Washington, D.C.], September 17, 1959.
  26. "Taking Mrs. Thurmond to South Carolina," [Washington, D.C.], October 10, 1959.
  27. "Thurmond compiles perfect Voting Record" and "Thurmond thanks Agencies for Loans," [Washington, D.C.], October 12, 1959.
  28. "[Mrs. Thurmond resting at her parents' home in Elko, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], October 13, 1959.
  29. "Thurmond leads Economy Voters," [Washington, D.C.], November 9, 1959.
  30. "[Thurmond lists Four Steps necessary to adequately meet Defense needs]," Columbia, S.C., November 18, 1959.
  31. "Thurmond Textile proposals advance," [Washington, D.C.], November 23, 1959.
  32. "[Thurmond urges the American People to demand and get a Military Defense Force second to none]," [Washington, D.C.], November 23, 1959.
  33. "Thurmond is 'most Southern'" and "Thurmond seeks big Textile Study," [Washington, D.C.], November 30, 1959.
8 88

Reports to the People 1959 

8 89

Statements 1959 

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  1. "The Announcement of the pending location of the Fiberglass Plant in Aiken, South Carolina," Aiken, S.C., [c. 1959].
  2. "Is Federal Aid to Education Necessary?" American Forum of the Air, [Location Unknown], [1959].
  3. "[Changing Rule 22 to limit debate in the U.S. Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], January 8, 1959.
  4. "[Thurmond has mixed reactions to President Dwight Eisenhower's State of the Union Message]," [Washington, D.C.], January 9, 1959.
  5. "[Senate Rules, Committee Assignments, and Legislative Proposals before the U.S. Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], January 15, 1959.
  6. "[Civil Rights, Federal Income Tax Exemptions for Gambling losses, groundbreaking ceremonies in Greer for a New Homelite Plant, and a Review of procedural steps for the consideration of Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], January 22, 1959.
  7. "Extending Greetings to South Carolina Broadcasters Association," [Washington, D.C.], January 23, 1959.
  8. "[Labor Reform and Education]," [Washington, D.C.], January 29, 1959.
  9. "[Special Textile Subcommittee's recommendations to improve the American Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], February 3, 1959.
  10. "[The 1959 Omnibus Housing Bill, Civil Rights Legislation, and Rrecommendations to Improve the Textile Industry]," Washington, D.C.], February 5, 1959.
  11. "[The Omnibus Housing and Airport Federal Aid Bills, the plight of American Farmers, and recommendations to improve the Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], February 12, 1959.
  12. "[Wage Increases for South Carolina Textile Employees]," [Washington, D.C.], February 13, 1959.
  13. "[Civil Rights Proposals recommended by the Eisenhower Administration]," [Washington, D.C.], February 16, 1959.
  14. "[Resolution proposes required approval of the Senate Appropriations Committee for Bills authorizing either Contract Commitment of Government Funds or Direct Borrowings from the Treasury]," [Washington, D.C.], February 17, 1959.
  15. "[Civil Rights Legislation, the National Defense Posture, and the Financial Condition of our Government]," [Washington, D.C.], February 19, 1959.
  16. "Human Relations," Los Angeles, California, February 24, 1959.
  17. "[Introducing Emily Pruitt, South Carolina's Winner in the Voice of Democracy]," [Washington, D.C.], February 26, 1959.
  18. "[The Foreign Aid Issue]," [Washington, D.C.], March 3, 1959.
  19. "[In Opposition to the Hawaiian Statehood Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], March 11, 1959.
  20. "[Civil Rights Proposals before the US Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], March 17, 1959.
  21. "[The Berlin Crisis]," [Washington, D.C.], March 19, 1959.
  22. "[Recommendations to improve America's Textile Industry]," American Cotton Manufacturers Institute, West Palm Beach, Florida, March 21, 1959.
  23. "[In Opposition to the Area Redevelopment Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], March 23, 1959.
  24. "[South Carolina Farm Bureau Representatives visit Washington in support of the Jenner Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], March 27, 1959.
  25. "[A Review of Senate Legislation during the first three months of 1959]," [Washington, D.C.], April 4-5, 1959.
  26. "Introduction of Bill to Amend Section 315 of the Communications Act," [Washington, D.C.], April 7, 1959.
  27. "[Putting Restraints on Government Spending and the Labor Reform Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], April 11-12, 1959.
  28. "[Several South Carolina Public Officials speak before the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights in opposition to the Civil Rights Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], April 14, 1959.
  29. "Hardwood Plywood Industries Escape Clause Case," U.S. Tariff Commission, [Washington, D.C.], April 14, 1959.
  30. "[The Career of retiring Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and World Affairs]," [Washington, D.C.], April 18-19, 1959.
  31. "Passage of the McClellan Amendment to the Kennedy-Ervin Bill," [Washington, D.C.], April 22, 1959.
  32. "[The Kennedy-Ervin Labor Reform Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], April 23, 1959.
  33. "[In Opposition to any increase in the Japanese Voluntary Textile Import Quota Agreement]," [Washington, D.C.], April 24, 1959.
  34. "The McClellan Bill of Rights Amendment to the Labor Reform Bill," [Washington, D.C.], April 24, 1959.
  35. "The Ervin-Thurmond Amendment to the Labor Reform Bill," [Washington, D.C.], April 25, 1959.
  36. "[The Kennedy-Ervin Labor Reform Bill and an Amendment to the Supplemental Appropriations Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], April 30, 1959.
  37. "[The Senate Confirmation and Debate over several New Top Officials in the Federal Government]," [Washington, D.C.], May 7, 1959.
  38. "[Possible Solution for the problem of getting adequate Fresh Water in the World]," [Washington, D.C.], May 14, 1959.
  39. "The Nomination of Admiral Lewis L. Strauss to be Secretary of Commerce," US Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, [Washington, D.C.], May 14, 1959.
  40. "[A Program which may eventually relieve any Fresh Water shortages in the World]," [Washington, D.C.], May 14, 1959.
  41. "[The U.S. Senate's Vote to enter the International Health Field]," [Washington, D.C.], May 21, 1959.
  42. "[Thurmond Interviews Dr. John R. Heller, Assistant Surgeon General of the United States, on his work in Cancer Research]," [Washington, D.C.], May 27, 1959.
  43. "[Negotiating with Communist Russia]," [Washington, D.C.] June 4, 1959.
  44. "[Thurmond Interviews Senator Harry Byrd on the fight for a Fiscally Sound Government]," [Washington, D.C.], June 11, 1959.
  45. "[Thurmond Interviews Senator Harry Byrd on the proposed plan to increase the Debt Ceiling and Interest Rates]," [Washington, D.C.], June 11, 1959.
  46. "[The Most Important Duty facing Congress-Maintaining the Security of our Country]," Joint Meeting of the National Office Managers Association and the National Accounting Association, Columbia, S.C., June 16, 1959.
  47. "[Government Economy, States' Rights, the Fair Trade Bill, and Textiles]," [Washington, D.C.], June 18, 1959.
  48. "[Regarding Sam Brightman's statement that Paul Butler will move at the next Democratic National Committee Meeting to deny seats at the National Convention to States with Free Electors Laws]," [Washington, D.C.], June 23, 1959.
  49. "[In Opposition to the Housing Bill and the Appropriations Bill, and Passage of the States Rights Bill, H.R. 3]," [Washington, D.C.], June 25, 1959.
8 90

Statements 1959 

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  1. "[The U.S. Supreme Court's Nullification of the Industrial Security Programs]," [Washington, D.C.], July 2, 1959.
  2. "[The Industrial Security Bill and the Foreign Aid Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], July 2, 1959.
  3. "[Thurmond's Bill to Amend the 'Equal Time' provisions, (Section 315) of the Communications Act]," Station WMSC, Columbia, S.C., July 3, 1959.
  4. "The Importance of Independence Day," Station WMUU, Greenville, S.C., July 4, 1959.
  5. "[Thurmond's Air Safety Bill, S. 1432, which would outlaw Alcohol on any Aircraft while in Flight]," [Washington, D.C.], July 8, 1959.
  6. "[Passage of a reduced Foreign Aid Bill, Veto of the Omnibus Housing Bill, and the Federal Aviation Agency's plan to restrict sale of Alcohol on Airplanes]," [Washington, D.C.], July 9, 1959.
  7. "[Thurmond Interviews Dr. James R. Killian, former first Presidential Adviser and Coordinator of Science]," [Washington, D.C.], July 14, 1959.
  8. "[Thurmond Interviews Dr. James R. Killian, President of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and former Special Assistant to the President for Science and Technology]," [Washington, D.C.], July 15, 1959.
  9. "[Industrial uses for Agriculture Bill, South Carolina Peach Growers, and Civil Rights Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], July 30, 1959.
  10. "[Civil Rights, Labor Reform, and Defense Procurement]," [Washington, D.C.], August 7, 1959.
  11. "[The Deficit for Fiscal Year 1959]," [Washington, D.C.], August 13, 1959.
  12. "[Civil Rights Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], August 18, 1959.
  13. [Thurmond Interviews Senator McClellan on the Landrum-Griffin Bill], [Washington, D.C.], August 19, 1959.
  14. "[The Civil Rights and Labor Reform Bills]," [Washington, D.C.], August 20, 1959.
  15. [Thurmond Interviews Marine Corps General Randolph Pate on the Marine Corps], [Washington, D.C.], August 27, 1959.
  16. "Labor Reform Conference Report," [Washington, D.C.], September 2, 1959.
  17. "Civil Rights Commission Report," [Washington, D.C.], September 3, 1959.
  18. "[The Conference Report on the Labor Reform Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], September 3, 1959.
  19. "[Winding up Legislative Actions for the first session of the 86th Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], September 10, 1959.
  20. "The 1959 and 1960 sessions of Congress," Washington, D.C., October 9, 1959.
  21. "[America's Policy toward Communism]," [Washington, D.C.], November 18, 1959.
  22. "Savannah River Development," [Washington, D.C.], November 25, 1959.
  23. "[Chemical and Biological Warfare]," Aiken Army Reserve Unit, [Aiken, S.C.], December 14, 1959 (2 copies, 1-original, 1 draft).
8 91

Statements-Committee 1959 

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  1. "Rental of Acreage Allotments," U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee, [Washington, D.C.], February 25, 1959.
  2. "[The Lack of Merit in the Civil Rights Proposals]," [Washington, D.C.], March 18, 1959.
  3. "[The Fair Trade Bill, S. 1083]," U.S. Senate Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce's Fair Trades Subcommittee, [Washington, D.C.], June 15, 1959.
8 92

Statements on Senate Floor 1959 

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  1. "[Opposing the motion that the Senate should proceed with general Parliamentary Law or Robert's Rules of Order]," January 8, 1959.
  2. "[The Proposed change in the Cloture Rule of the U.S. Senate]," January 9, 1959.
  3. "Introduction of Bill to correct the Judicial Oath," January 14, 1959.
  4. "Introduction of Bill to Amend Military Justice Procedures" January 14, 1959.
  5. "Introduction of Supreme Court Justice Qualification Bill," January 29, 1959.
  6. "[Opposing the Amendment to strike the Public Housing Section from the S. 57, a Bill which would provide Low-Income Housing]," February 4, 1959.
  7. "[Adding another Co-sponsor, Senator Bartlett, to the S. 815 Bill which would eliminate claims of immunity from State and Local Taxes]," February 12, 1959.
  8. "[Reception of the Report of the Special Subcommittee for the Study of the Domestic Textile Industry]," February 12, 1959.
  9. "Introduction of Resolution for change in Appropriations Procedure," February 17, 1959.
  10. "In Opposition to Hawaiian Statehood," March 11, 1959.
  11. "Referring to H.R. 2260, Extension of the Universal Military Training and Service Act," March 11, 1959.
  12. "In Opposition to Area Redevelopment Bill, S. 722," March 23, 1959.
  13. "The Cotton Acreage Rental Bill," April 15, 1959.
  14. "Opposing confirmation of Potter Stewart to be an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court," May 5, 1959.
  15. "[The Air Pollution Control Association]," May 7, 1959.
  16. "The Nomination of Admiral Lewis L. Strauss to be [the] Secretary of Commerce," May 15, 1959.
8 93

Statements on Senate Floor 1959 

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  1. "The Vitarelli Case," June 4, 1959.
  2. "Confirmation of Lewis L. Strauss to be [the] Secretary of Commerce," June 5, 1959.
  3. "[The 184th Anniversary of the Establishment of the US Army]," June 11, 1959.
  4. "The Nomination of Lewis L. Strauss to be [the] Secretary of Commerce," June 18, 1959.
  5. "Introduction of Bill to Authorize and Establish a Federal Industrial Security Program," June 30, 1959.
  6. "[The Retirement of General Maxwell D. Taylor]," July 1, 1959.
  7. "Federal Seizure of Schools," July 9, 1959.
  8. "Section 631 of the Fiscal 1960 Defense Appropriations Bill," July 13, 1959.
  9. "[The] Loan Amendment to the Peacetime GI Bill," July 21, 1959.
  10. "[The Death of University of North Carolina Coach Jim Tatum]," July 24, 1959.
  11. "[Inter-Racial Violence in New York City]," August 11, 1959.
  12. [Regarding comments made by the Air Line Pilots Association on Alcoholic Beverages and Air Line Safety], September 10, 1959.
8 94

Telephone Conversations 1959 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Forced Integration and Freedom of Debate in the US Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], January 6, 1959.
  2. "President Eisenhower's Civil Rights Proposals," [Washington, D.C.], February 5, 1959.
  3. "[Senate Agriculture Committee Hearings on proposals to permit Farmers to Rent Cotton Acreage Allotments within their Counties]," [Washington, D.C.], February 25, 1959.
  4. "[Senate Committee approves Thurmond's Amendment to clarify the 'Equal Time' Provisions of the Communications Act]," [Washington, D.C.], July 15, 1959.
  5. "Labor Reform Legislation," [Washington, D.C.], August 14, 1959.
8 95

1960 

Box Folder

Addresses 1960 

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  1. "Conservation-Our Survival," [Location Unknown], [c.1960].
  2. "[In Opposition to] Federal Voting Registrars," [Washington, D.C.], February 2, 1960.
  3. "[In Opposition to] Federal Aid to Education," [Washington, D.C.], February 2, 1960.
  4. "Future Role of Civil Affairs in Combat," Officers of Headquarters, Military District of Columbia, Washington, D.C., Fort Myer, Virginia, March 26, 1960.
  5. "[Running for Re-nomination to be the Democratic Candidate for the US Senate]," [South Carolina], May 3, 1960.
  6. "[Paying Tribute to Winthrop College]," Winthrop College, Rock Hill, S.C., May 28, 1960.
  7. "[Importance of Education to Society]," Annual Alumni Banquet at Presbyterian College, Clinton, S.C., June 4, 1960.
  8. "[Thurmond's Candidacy for Re-election to the US Senate in the forthcoming South Carolina Democratic Primary]," WFBC-TV, Greenville, S.C., June 13, 1960.
9 96

Addresses 1960 

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  1. "[Thurmond Defends America's Capitalist System]," dedication of Carolina Power and Light Company's generating plant, Hartsville, S.C., June 18, 1960.
  2. "[Expansion and Development of National Defense]," National Security Commission of the American Legion, Miami, Florida, October 15, 1960.
  3. "[Political Responsibilities of US Citizens]," The Carolinas Branch of the Associated General Contractors of American, Inc., Boca Raton, Florida, November 10, 1960.
9 97

Addresses on Senate Floor 1960 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[S. 694, Juvenile Delinquency]," January 26, 1960.
  2. "[In Opposition to] Federal Aid to Education Proposals," February 4, 1960.
  3. "[In Opposition to the Civil Rights Bill]," February 26, 1960.
  4. "In Opposition to the Combination Referee-Enrollment Officer Amendment," March, 1960.
  5. "In Support of the Cooper Amendment to strike the Endorsement of the Supreme Court Desegregation Cases from the Dirksen
9 98

Articles 1960 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Analysis of 1960 Democratic Platform," [Publication Unknown], [Location Unknown], July 24, 1960.
9 99

Press Releases 1960 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Summary of construction authorized in the Fiscal Year 1961 Military Construction Authorization Bill for South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], [1960].
  2. "A New Proposed Government Propulsion Facility in the Savannah River Plant Area," [Washington, D.C.], [1960].
  3. "[Mrs. Jean C. Thurmond returns to the hospital in Washington, D.C.], [Washington, D.C.], January 4, 1960.
  4. "The Thurmond Amendment to S. 2436, the Clean Elections Bill," [Washington, D.C.], January 19, 1960.
  5. "[Senator Thurmond's Extended Address on the Senate Floor against the pending Civil Rights Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], February, 1960.
  6. "[In Opposition to] Federal Aid to Education Bill," [Washington, D.C.], February 4, 1960.
  7. "[Thurmond gives each member of the U.S. Senate a copy of W. D. Workman's book, The Case for the South]," [Washington, D.C.], March 5, 1960.
  8. "[The Future of Donaldson Air Force Base]," [Washington, D.C.], March 29, 1960.
  9. "[Accomplishments of Senator Strom Thurmond]," The State, Columbia, S.C., May 4, 1960.
  10. "[Senators Meet with Under Secretary of State to Discuss Woolen Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], May 11, 1960.
  11. "Thurmond Supports Cotton Research Funds" and "Thurmond Assails U.S. Attorney General [William P. Rogers]," [Washington, D.C.], May 16, 1960.
  12. "[Campaigning for Re-nomination to the U.S. Senate in the South Carolina Democratic Primary Election],"Chester, S.C. May 28, 1960.
  13. "[The] Controversy between Local 371 of the Textile Workers Union of America (AFL-CIO) and the International Union," [Washington, D.C.], June 2, 1960.
  14. "The Attorney General's Investigations of Voting Records in Southern Counties," [Washington, D.C.], June 7, 1960.
  15. "[Thurmond Vigorously Defends and Extols the American Capitalistic Economy at the Dedication of the Carolina Power and Light Company's Steam Generating Plant]," Hartsville, S.C., June 18, 1960.
  16. "[Thurmond Criticizes the Civil Rights Plank of the Democratic Platform]," [Washington, D.C.], September 2, 1960.
  17. "[World Arms Race a symptom of the Cold War]," [Tokyo, Japan], October 11, 1960.
  18. "[President Eisenhower's proposals concerning the Gold Crisis]," [Washington, D.C.], November 17, 1960.
9 100

Remarks 1960 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Presenting the George Washington Award to Senator Barry Goldwater, Annual George Washington Dinner of the American Good Government Society, [Washington, D.C.], April 30, 1960.
9 101

Statements 1960 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Amendment to Section 406 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958," [Washington, D.C.], [c.1960].
  2. "[The 30th Anniversary of Radio Station WSPA]." Spartanburg, S.C., [c.1960].
  3. "The 175th Anniversary of The Augusta Chronicle," Augusta, Georgia, January 4, 1960.
  4. "[In Opposition to Civil Rights Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], January 20, 1960.
  5. "[Elections, Poll Taxes, Juvenile Delinquency, and Civil Rights]," [Washington, D.C.], January 27, 1960.
  6. [Thurmond Interviews Daniel R. McLeod, Attorney General of South Carolina, in regards to the Federal Voter Registrar Plan], [Washington, D.C.], February 4, 1960.
  7. "[Senate Resolution 94 would give the World Court a right to decide an element of Jurisdiction which has formerly been reserved to the United States in Cases to which America is a Party]," [Washington, D.C.], February 10, 1960.
  8. "[The Government's Loan Support Program for Tobacco]," Florence Morning News Special, 1960 Edition, [Florence, S.C., February 15, 1960.
  9. "Civil Rights," Mutual Broadcasting Company, [Location Unknown], February 15, 1960.
  10. [Thurmond Interviews Congressman Robert T. Ashmore in regards to Civil Rights Legislation], [Washington, D.C.], February 18, 1960
  11. "[In Opposition to Civil Rights Proposals]," [Washington, D.C.], February 19, 1960.
  12. [Regarding Senator Harry Byrd's February 19, 1960 Address on Civil Rights], [Washington, D.C.], [c. February 20, 1960].
  13. "Precinct, County, State and National Democratic Conventions," [South Carolina], February 25, 1960.
  14. "[The Federal Government's intervention into Powers and Rights considered to be held by the States]," [Washington, D.C.], February 25, 1960.
  15. "[The Debate over the Civil Rights Proposals now pending before the U.S. Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], February 29, 1960.
  16. "Civil Rights," Martha Roundtree Radio Program, [Location Unknown], February 29, 1960.
  17. "Investigation [of Cotton Textile Imports] under Section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act," Tariff Commission, Washington, D.C.], March 1, 1960.
  18. [Thurmond Interviews Senator John Stennis in regards to the Extended Debate over Civil Rights]," [Washington, D.C.], March 3, 1960.
  19. [Thurmond Interviews Congressman William Jennings Bryan Dorn in regards to the Civil Rights Bill], [Washington, D.C.], March 10, 1960.
  20. "[The] Cloture Vote [on the Debate over the Civil Rights Proposals]", [Washington, D.C.], March 11, 1960.
  21. Thurmond Interviews Congressman John J. Riley in regards to Civil Rights Legislation], [Washington, D.C.], March 17, 1960.
  22. "[Civil Rights Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], March 24, 1960.
  23. "[Maintaining Fort Jackson as a Permanent Training Installation]," Columbia, S.C., March 25, 1960.
  24. "Filing for Re-election to the U.S. Senate," [Washington, D.C.], March 25, 1960.
  25. "Military Air Transport Service Appropriation," WCSC-TV, [Washington, D.C.], March 25, 1960.
  26. "Filing for Re-election to the U.S. Senate," [Washington, D.C.], March 28, 1960.
  27. [Thurmond Interviews Mr. Horace W. Sawyer, Chairman of the South Carolina Committee on Children and Youth, in regards to the White House Conference on Children and Youth], [Washington, D.C.], March 30, 1960.
  28. "[The First Anniversary of Radio Station WGOG]," Walhalla, S.C., April 5, 1960.
  29. "[In Opposition to Civil Rights Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], April 7, 1960.
  30. "[Elections, Federal Aid to Education, and Other Issues]," [Washington, D.C.], April 11, 1960.
  31. "[The President's Veto Power over Legislative Actions of the Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], April 21, 1960.
9 102

Statements 1960 

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  1. [Thurmond Interviews Congressman L. Mendel Rivers in regards to the Military Air Service Transport Service], [Washington, D.C.], April 27, 1960.
  2. "[The 'Uncle Sam Can Fix It All' attitude and the Emergency Home Ownership Act]," [Washington, D.C.], May 5, 1960.
  3. "[The World Summit Conference in Paris, France]," [Washington, D.C.], May 12, 1960.
  4. "[The United States should not negotiate any agreements with Russia at the Paris Summit Meeting]," [Washington, D.C.], May 16, 1960.
  5. "[The Takeover of the Local 317 of the AFL-CIO Textile Workers by the International Union]," [Washington, D.C.], May 17, 1960.
  6. "[The Paris Summit Fiasco]," [Washington, D.C.], May 19, 1960.
  7. "[The Final Stage Activities of the 86th Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], May 26, 1960.
  8. "[The National Defense Education Act]," [Washington, D.C.], June 2, 1960.
  9. "[Khrushchev's Remarks on President Dwight Eisenhower]," [Washington, D.C.], June 3, 1960.
  10. "[Inflation]," [Washington, D.C.], June 9, 1960.
  11. "[Pending Appropriations Bills and the Bill to remove Loyalty Oath Requirements from the National Defense Education Act of 1958]," [Washington, D.C.], June 16, 1960.
  12. "Expressing Gratitude on being Re-nominated to the US Senate," [Washington, D.C.], June 16, 1960.
  13. "Ratification of the Japanese-United States Treaty," [Washington, D.C.], June 22, 1960.
  14. "[Ratification of a New Treaty between the United States and Japan]," [Washington, D.C.], June 23, 1960.
  15. "U.S. Tariff Commission finding regarding the effects of the Cotton Export Subsidy Program on the Agriculture Department's Domestic Cotton Program," [Washington, D.C.], June 27, 1960.
  16. "[U.S. Tariff Commission deals another Hard Blow to the Domestic Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], June 30, 1960.
  17. "[The National Party Conventions and unfinished Legislation Before Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], July 7, 1960.
  18. "[The 'Bob-tailed' Session of the Congress Supercharged with Presidential Campaign Politics]," [Washington, D.C.], August 11, 1960.
  19. "[The Anderson-Kennedy Amendment which would provide Medical Care for the Aged]," [Washington, D.C.], August 18, 1960.
  20. "[Advise to Voters about the upcoming 1960 Presidential Election on November 8]," [Washington, D.C.], August 18, 1960.
  21. "[Congress may adjourn without passing some major Legislative Proposals]," [Washington, D.C.], August 25, 1960.
  22. "[Status of Major Legislation at the Adjournment of the 86th Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], September 1, 1960.
  23. "[The Impact of Low-Wage Imports from Foreign Countries on the American Textile Industry]," Southern Textile News, [Location Unknown], September 10, 1960.
  24. "Prospects for Disarmament," Interparliamentary Union Conference, Tokyo, Japan, October 4, 1960.
  25. "Defense of Quemoy and Matsu Islands," [Washington, D.C.], October 12, 1960.
9 103

Statements-Committee 1960 

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  1. "Federal Voting Registrar Proposals," U.S. Senate Rules Committee, [Washington, D.C.], February 4, 1960.
  2. "In Opposition to S. 2643 to Permit Common Situs Picketing," the Labor Subcommittee of the U.S. Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, [Washington, D.C.], June 28, 1960.
9 104

Statements on Senate Floor 1960 

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  1. "[S. 2168, a Bill amending the Navy Ration Statue to provide for the serving of Oleomargarine or Margarine]," [1960].
  2. "[The Right to Vote]," [1960].
  3. "Thurmond Oil Jobber Amendment [which deals with over-time hours of Oil Jobbers]," [1960].
  4. "Senator Theodore Green's Announced Retirement," January 13, 1960.
  5. "[David Lawrence's Analysis of the serious Economic Ramifications of the Federal Aid to Education Bill]," February 16, 1960.
  6. "Introduction of a Bill to prohibit certain Political Expenditures of Corporations and Labor Organizations," February 16, 1960.
  7. "[Freedom and Federalism by Felix Morley of Gibson Island, Maryland]," February 19, 1960.
  8. "[Senate Resolution 94 would repeal the Connally Reservation to the World Court Treaty]," February 22, 1960.
  9. "[Prejudice against the South]," February 23, 1960.
  10. "[In Opposition to Civil Rights Proposals]," February 25, 1960.
  11. "[The Case Amendment on the Right by Trial by Jury]," March 10, 1960.
  12. "The Petition for Cloture under Section 22 of the Senate Rules]," March 10, 1960.
  13. "The Kefeauver Amendment to Title 6 of H.R. 8601 [which concerns Civil Rights and Voting]," April 1, 1960.
  14. "[The Southern Manifesto]," April 6, 1960.
  15. "Good Race Relations [Exist] in Gaffney, S.C.," April 8, 1960.
  16. "[The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)]," April 20, 1960.
  17. "[The Loyalty Oath Provision of the National Defense Education Act of 1958]," April 27, 1960.
  18. "Concurrent Resolution [expresses] opposition to further Tariff Reductions in the GATT Negotiations beginning in 1960," May 4, 1960.
  19. "Proposed Legislation Amending Internal Revenue Code so as to allow deductions for Medical Assistance to parents over sixty-five," May 11, 1960.
  20. "[The U.S. Attorney General's Investigation of Voting Records in McCormick County, South Carolina, and three other Southern Counties]," May 11, 1960.
  21. "[The Continuing Inconsistencies in the U.S. Supreme Court's Decisions and the apparent lack of Legal ability by the Judges]," May 11, 1960.
  22. "[The Eruption of Riots during the House Subcommittee Hearings on Un-American Activities]," May 17, 1960.
  23. "In Support of President Eisenhower's Veto of the Depressed Areas Bill, S. 72," May 17, 1960.
  24. "['Front Royal Union Faces Ouster Vote']," May 17, 1960.
  25. "['The Gap in Our Military Transport']," May 25, 1960.
  26. "In Support of the Jackson Amendment to H.R. 11998, making Appropriations for the Department of Defense," June 16, 1960.
  27. "[The Cotton Exports Subsidy Program]," July 1, 1960.
  28. "The Modification of withdrawal of concessions made by the United States on Wilton and Velvet Carpets over the Provisions of Article XXVIII of GATT," July 2, 1960.
  29. "[The Treasury Department's plan to impose a Tax on income from State and Municipal Bonds]," August, 1960.
  30. "Bernard Baruch Day," August 18, 1960.
  31. "[In Opposition to S. 2917, a Bill which would set specific minimum Monetary Supports on Agricultural Commodities]," August 19, 1960.
  32. "[In Opposition to H.R. 8860, [a Bill which would provide Subsidies to the depressed U.S. Lead and Zinc Producers]," August 19, 1960.
  33. "[In Opposition to H.R. 12580, a Bill concerning Federally Funded Medical Care Programs]," August 23, 1960.
  34. "[The Connally Reservation to the World Court Treaty]," August 24, 1960.
  35. "[The Impact of Imports on the American Carpet Industries]," September 1, 1960.
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Addresses 1961 

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  1. "[The Effectiveness of a Constitutional Government]," Conservative Citizens Committee, Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 13, 1961.
  2. "The Road to Utopia, a Fool's Paradise," The Yale Political Union, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, February 17, 1961.
  3. "The Political Significance of the Inauguration of Jefferson Davis as President of the Confederate States of America," The Political Study Club of Washington, D.C., February 18, 1961.
  4. "Quality is the Answer-The Role of the ROTC in the Supreme Contest of Our Times," National Security Commission of the American Legion, Washington, D.C., March 1, 1961.
  5. "Our Nation and God," US Senate Breakfast Group, [Washington, D.C.], March 8, 1961.
  6. "The Most Under-Rated Quality," Meeting of the ICL Fireside Group, [Location Unknown], March 28, 1961.
  7. "[Capitalism-Our Economic and Political System]," Manion Forum of the Air Program, [South Bend, Indiana], April 6, 1961.
9 106

Addresses 1961 

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  1. "To Ensure Domestic Tranquility ... and ... Liberty," Banquet of the South Carolina Civil War Centennial Commission, Charleston, S.C., April 11, 1961.
  2. "[Capitalism-Our Economic System]," Congress of Freedom, Incorporated, Washington, D.C., April 13, 1961.
  3. "The Line of Demarcation," the Life Insurers Conference, Miami Beach, Florida, April 15, 1961.
  4. "[Military Policy for Adequate National Security]," Reserve Officers Association Memorial Building Fund Drive Kick-off, Fort Jackson, S.C., April 19, 1961.
  5. "Jefferson Davis and the South's Struggle for Self-rule," Jackson Citizens' Council, Jackson, Mississippi, April 22, 1961.
  6. "The Purpose of Government," Student Body of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, [Cambridge, Massachusetts], April 28, 1961.
  7. "[Capitalism-Our Economic System]," District of Columbia Young Americans for Freedom, Washington, D.C., May 10, 1961.
9 107

Addresses 1961 

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  1. "[The Principal Purpose of Our Government]," Southern States Industrial Council, Sea Island, Georgia, May 30, 1961.
  2. "The Changing Role of Civil Affairs," Civil Affairs Legal Officers Judge Advocate General's School, Charlottesville, Virginia, August 4, 1961.
  3. "Muzzling the Military on Anti-Communist Statements and Seminars," Manion Forum of the Air Program, [South Bend, Indiana], August 15, 1961.
  4. "Encounters with Emotions," U.S. Senate Prayer Breakfast Group, [Washington, D.C.], September 13, 1961.
  5. "The Right to Know Our Enemy," Freedom Week Series, Rockford, Illinois, October 5, 1961.
  6. "Black-out at the Pentagon," Indianapolis Conservative Club Lecture Series, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 6, 1961.
9 108

Addresses on Senate Floor 1961 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "In Opposition to proposed changes in Rule XXII [which concerns Free Debate]," January 11, 1961.
  2. "The Nike Zeus Missile Program-The ICBM Threat and Defense," February 2, 1961.
  3. "The Achievements of the First U.S. Army of World War II," March 9, 1961.
  4. "Senate Textile Subcommittee Report," March 21, 1961.
  5. "Proposing Establishment of Bicycle Paths by States and Cities," March 24, 1961.
  6. "In Opposition to S. 1021, the Federal Aid to Education Bill," May 25, 1961.
  7. "Commemorating Flag Day and the 186th Birthday of the U.S. Army," June 14, 1961.
10 109

Addresses on Senate Floor 1961 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Military Anti-Communist Seminars and Statements," July 26, 1961.
  2. "[Regarding] Testimony by Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara before the Senate Armed Services Committee on September 6 and 7, 1961, on S. Res. 191, [Censorship of Speeches]," [Washington, D.C.], September 18, 1961.
10 110

Press Releases 1961 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Thurmond calls for Unified and Vigorous action against Welfare Statism]," Minneapolis, Minnesota, January 13, 1961.
  2. "[Thurmond Sends a Letter to the Editor of the Washington Post regarding a Editorial on the controversy over Military Anti-Communist Indoctrination Programs]," [Washington, D.C.], August 10, 1961.
  3. "[Muzzling of Military Leaders in Anti-Communist Statements strikes at the Heart of America's principal weapon against Communism]," [Washington, D.C.], September 18, 1961.
10 111

Remarks 1961 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Upon Presentation of the Military Government Annual Award to Colonel Damon M. Gunn at the Military Government Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota, May 20, 1961.
9 112

Statements 1961 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[S. 3, the States' Rights Bill, and the Electoral College Reform Resolution]," [Washington, D.C.], January 5, 1961.
  2. "[Our Great Capitalistic Economic System]," Martha Rountree's "Capital Close-up,' [Washington, D.C., March 16, 1961.
  3. "[The National Government's Spending Habits]," Joint Meeting of Jaycee and Lions Clubs, [Location Unknown], April 24, 1961.
  4. "National Defense Week," Reserve Officers Association National Convention, [Location Unknown], June 22, 1961.
9 113

Statements-Committee 1961 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Electoral College Reform," Judiciary Subcommittee of the US Senate, [Washington, D.C.], June 8, 1961.
  2. "S.Res 191, [a Resolution which calls] for Investigation of Gagging the Military in their Anti-Communist Statements and Seminars," U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, [Washington, D.C.], August 31, 1961.
  3. "[Thurmond's] Request for an Investigation of Muzzling Military Leaders in Anti-Communist Statements and Seminars," U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, [Washington, D.C.], September 20, 1961.
10 114

Statements on Senate Floor 1961 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "In Opposition to the Confirmation of Robert C. Weaver to be the Housing and Home Finance Agency Administrator," February 9, 1961.
  2. "The Nike Zeus Anti-ICBM Missile System," February 24, 1961.
  3. "[Race and Reason: A Yankee View]," May 4, 1961.
  4. "[The United States Chamber of Commerce Presents the 'Great Living American' Award and Citation to James F. Byrnes]," May 4, 1961.
  5. [Regarding Alex McCullough's Speech before the South Carolina Congressional Dinner on the Strengths of Government], May 4, 1961.
  6. "The Nike Zeus System," [Washington, D.C.], May 15, 1961.
  7. "[In Opposition to S.C. on Res. 25 which concerns the Presidential use of Armed Intervention in the States]," [Washington, D.C.], May 25, 1961.
  8. "['House Without Foundation']," June 20, 1961.
  9. "HR 7712, Fourth Supplemental Appropriation," June 27, 1961.
  10. "The Retirement of General Thomas D. White," June 29, 1961.
  11. "A Senate Resolution to provide procedures by which the Senate can advise the President on Judicial Appointments," July 20, 1961.
  12. "Introduction of a Bill making certain Antitrust Laws Applicable to Labor Organizations," July 20, 1961.
  13. "Military Anti-Communist Seminars and Statements," July 29, 1961.
  14. "Military Anti-Communist Seminars and Statements," July 31, 1961.
  15. "['Communists and Freedom Riders']," August 8, 1961.
  16. In Reply to President Kennedy's News Conference on Gagging US Military Leaders, August 10, 1961.
  17. "Emphasizing Pentagon order to 'Scrub' Anti-Communist Seminar in Panama Canal Zone after Fulbright Memorandum Presented," August 11, 1961.
  18. "The Anti-Anti-Communist Campaign directed at Military Personnel," August 15, 1961.
10 115

Statements on Senate Floor 1961 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The] Drive to Eradicate Grassroots Anti-Communist Drive and Gag Military Speakers and Seminars," August 28, 1961.
  2. "Proposed Extension of Civil Rights Commission," August 29, 1961.
  3. "The Matter of Major General Edwin A. Walker," August 30, 1961. "In Opposition to S. 2180, a Bill to establish a Disarmament Agency," September 8, 1961.
  4. "Forced Resignation of Forest Ranger Don Caron," September 13, 1961.
  5. "[Combat Missileman by James Baar and William E. Howard]," September 16, 1961.
  6. "['Why Nuclear Testing is a Must for Freedom']," September 18, 1961.
  7. "Communists' Application for a Chapter of Core in San Francisco,
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Addresses 1962 

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  1. "Threats to Our Liberty," Columbia University, [New York, New York], January 11, 1962.
  2. "The Challenge to Freedom," The City Club, Cleveland, Ohio, February 24, 1962.
  3. "Dare We to Win," The American Institute Freedom Forum, Boston, Massachusetts, February 25, 1962.
  4. "[The Censorship of Speeches of Military Officials]," American Legion Post 140, Atlanta, Georgia, March 10, 1962.
  5. "[The Plague of Communism]," Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, March 10, 1962.
10 117

Addresses 1962 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The Hazards of Communism]," Sertoma Club, Spartanburg, S.C., March 16, 1962.
  2. "[Winning the Cold War against the Forces of Communism]," Fourth Annual Public Affairs Forum at Indiana State College, Indiana, Pennsylvania, March 29, 1962.
  3. "Censorship and Our No-Win Policy," Midland Chapter of Texans for America, Midland, Texas, March 31, 1962.
  4. "God and Outer Space," U.S. Senate Prayer Breakfast [Washington, D.C.], April 4, 1962.
  5. "Americanism," Springfield School, Springfield, Illinois, April 28, 1962.
  6. "Constitutional Government," The Winyah Indigo Society, Georgetown, S.C., May 4, 1962.
  7. "The Rules of Law-Its Values, Roots and Limitations," Annual Law Day at the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, May 5, 1962.
10 118

Addresses 1962 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Winning the Cold War Against Communism]," Young Americans for Freedom of Ohio Rally, Columbus, Ohio, June 3, 1962.
  2. "A Lesson for Today Out of the Past," Confederate Day Ceremonies Commemorating the Confederate States of America at Vicksburg National Military Park, Vicksburg, Mississippi, August 19, 1962.
  3. "God Manifested in the World," US Senate Prayer Breakfast Group, [Washington, D.C.], September 5, 1962.
  4. "[Preserving Freedom-Our Most Precious National Legacy]," Young Americans for Freedom, Orlando, Florida, September 22, 1962.
  5. "[The Price of Liberty]," Area Exchange Clubs, Greenville, S.C., October 4, 1962.
  6. "The International Court of Justice in the Settlement of International Disputes," Interparliamentary Union, Brasilia, Brazil, October 30, 1962.
  7. "[Choosing Our Friends]," Miami, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Ft. Lauderdale, Tallahassee, Florida, December 6-8, 1962.
10 119

Articles 1962 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Muzzling the Military-What's Behind the Gag," [Publication/ Unknown], [1962].
  2. "Muzzling the Military-Unveiling of Fulbright Memorandum Kicks Off Counter Offense," [Publication/Location Unknown], [1962].
  3. "Muzzling the Military-Anti-Red Films, Seminars Cancelled," [Publication/Unknown], [1962].
  4. "Muzzling the Military-Red Brainwashing Ignored in Teaching Troops", [Publication/Unknown], [1962].
  5. "Muzzling the Military-Censorship of Speeches Reveals Lack of Savvy About Reds," [Publication/Location Unknown], [1962].
  6. "Muzzling the Military-In Conclusion: Why Not Give the People the Facts About Communism?" [Publication/Location Unknown], [1962].
10 120

Remarks on Senate Floor 1962 

Scope and Contents note

  1. [Concerning Senator Dodd's Speech Analyzing the Congo Situation], August 3, 1962.
10 121

Statements 1962 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Challenge to Citizenship," National Freedom Education Center at The King's College, Briarcliff Manor, New York, [c. 1962].
  2. "[The U.S. Senate Special Preparedness Subcommittee's Hearings on the Role of the Department of Defense in informing the Public about Communism]," The Evening Star, Location Unknown, January 18, 1962.
  3. "[The Proposal to Create a Department of Urban Affairs and Housing]," [Washington, D.C.], February 1, 1962.
  4. "Cold War Paralysis," The Christian Anti-Communism Seminar, Peoria, Illinois, February 24, 1962.
  5. "[America's 'No-Win' Foreign Policy]," [Washington, D.C.], March 1, 1962.
  6. On the Acceptance of the Government Award by Young Americans for Freedom, New York City, New York, March 7, 1962.
  7. "[The United States 'No-Win' Foreign Policy]," 'Manion Forum' Program, [South Bend, Indiana], March 23, 1962.
  8. "[Peach Crop Insurance and National Security]," South Carolina Peach Growers Association, Spartanburg, S.C., May 5, 1962.
  9. "[Integrating VA Housing Loans]," [Washington, D.C.], September 20, 1962.
  10. "[The Foreign Aid Appropriations Bill for Fiscal Year 1963]," [Washington, D.C.], September 27, 1962.
  11. "[Welcoming the New Radio Station WLOW onto the Air]," Aiken, S.C., December 18, 1962.
  12. "[The Need for a Balanced Budget]," National Chamber of Commerce, [Washington, D.C.], December 27, 1962.
10 122

Statements on Senate Floor 1962 

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  1. "[The Late Justice G. Dewey Oxner of South Carolina]," January 29, 1962.
  2. "[The South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution Authorizing Duke Power Company to Construct a Dam Across the Savannah River]," January 29, 1962.
  3. Inserting Military Anti-Communist Speech Deletions in the Congressional Record," February 15, 1962.
  4. "The Fiftieth Anniversary of Senator Carl Hayden's Service in Congress," February 19, 1962.
  5. "Victory in the Cold War," February 21, 1962.
  6. "Lieutenant Colonel John Glenn's Successful Space Flight," February 21, 1962.
  7. "The Censorship of Speeches of Department of Defense Personnel," February 27, 1962.
  8. "[Instilling the Will to Win over the Forces of World Communism in America's National Policies]," March 21, 1962.
  9. "[Lieutenant Colonel William E. Mayer's Testimony on Investigations into Censorship of Anti-Communist Statements from Military Speeches and Articles]," March 21, 1962.
  10. "[Withholding Federal Aid to Education Funds to Non-Integrated School Districts Until They Integrate]," April 9, 1962.
  11. "[The Supreme Court's Recent Decision in the Tennessee Reapportionment Case]," April 9, 1962.
  12. "[Funds for the Production of the Component Parts of the Nike-Zeus System, HR 2440]," April 11, 1962.
  13. "[The State Department's New Disarmament Plan which was presented to the Disarmament Conference in Geneva]," April 24, 1962.
  14. "In Opposition to the Literacy Test Proposal," May 1, 1962.
  15. "In Opposition to the Sixth Grade Literacy Qualification Proposal," May 4, 1962.
  16. "[An Amendment to Strike Out Title I (Land Use Adjustment Section of S. 3225, a Bill authorizing expenditure of Federal Funds) of a Bill devoted primarily to Agricultural Matters]," May 25, 1962.
  17. "In Opposition to S. 2965, 'Standby' Public Works Administration," May 25, 1962.
10 123

Statements on Senate Floor 1962 

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  1. "In Opposition to Foreign Aid to Yugoslavia," June 6, 1962.
  2. "In Opposition to the Proposed Increase in the National Debt Limit," June 28, 1962.
  3. "[A Series of Documents on the Long-term Cotton Textile Arrangement]," [c. July, 1962].
  4. "[Frank van der Linden's Book, The Turning Point: Jefferson's Battle for The Presidency]," July 10, 1962.
  5. "[Dr. Martin Luther King]," July 31, 1962.
  6. "[Retiring Federal District Judge George Bell Timmerman, Sr.]," August 6, 1962.
  7. "In Opposition to the Withholding Provision of H.R. 10650 [which would establish a system of withholding twenty per cent on Interest and Dividend Payments]," August 29, 1962.
  8. "[The Continuing Flood of Low Wage Textile Imports into America]," September 11, 1962.
  9. "The Increased Competition from Foreign Imports and its effect on the Textile Industry]," September 14, 1962.
  10. "[The One Year Extension of the Emergency Programs for Farmers]," September 25, 1962.
  11. "[The Effect of the Actions of Troops in the Demonstration of National Power over State Control of Education]," October 9, 1962.
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Addresses on Senate Floor 1963 

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  1. "In Opposition to Proposed Changes in Rule XXII [which concerns Limiting Debates]," January 24, 1963.
11 125

Press Releases 1963 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Soviet Military Power in Cuba]," [Washington, D.C.], February 2, 1963.
  2. "Soviet Military Power in Cuba," NBC-TV Program, [Washington, D.C.], February 8, 1963.
11 126

Statements 1963 

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  1. "Protecting States' Rights," [Washington, D.C.], February 7, 1963.
  2. "[Thurmond's Two Proposed Amendments which would insure the preservation of the Rights of the States and the Constitutional Government in America]," [Washington, D.C.], February 14, 1963.
  3. "[Nuclear Disarmament and the Test Ban Proposals]," [Washington, D.C.], March 7, 1963.
  4. "[Prayers in Public Schools]," [Washington, D.C.], March 8, 1963.
  5. "[The Importance of Water Resources]," Governor's Hearing on Trotters Shoals Dam at South Carolina State House, [Columbia, S.C.], March 18, 1963.
  6. "[The Increase of Crime in Washington, D.C.], [Washington, D.C.], [March 28, 1963].
  7. "[The Federal Government's attempt to take control of the States' Powers in Education and Law Enforcement]," [Washington, D.C.], May 16, 1963.
  8. "[Justice Before Generosity]," [Washington, D.C.], May 23, 1963.
  9. "[In Opposition to the Supreme Court's decision against School Prayer]," [Washington, D.C.], June 18, 1963 (2 copies-1 original, 1 draft).
  10. "[Personal Freedom threatened by obnoxious Civil Rights Legislation and by Executive Orders]," [Washington, D.C.], [June 27, 1963].
  11. "Federal Aid," [Washington, D.C.], June 27, 1963.
  12. "[The Proposed Civil Rights Legislation and its possible impact on the Rights of Businessmen]," [Washington, D.C.], July 11, 1963.
  13. "[Khrushchev's Proposal that an agreement for increased US-Soviet Union Trade accompany the Nuclear Test Ban Agreement]," ABC-TV Network, [Location Unknown], July 12, 1963.
  14. "[In Opposition to the Summit Conference and the Nuclear Test Ban Agreement between the Soviet Union and the US], ABC-TV Network, [Location Unknown], July 12, 1963.
  15. "US Housewives, Cuba, Khrushchev, and Sugar," [Washington, D.C.], July 29, 1963.
  16. "[In Opposition to the Proposed Nuclear Test Ban Treaty]," WSPA-TV, Spartanburg, S.C., August 1, 1963.
  17. "[The Nuclear Test Ban Issue]," [Washington, D.C.], August 8, 1963.
  18. "[One Thorny Question of the Moscow Test Ban Treaty: Do We Dare Risk the United States' Entire National Security on the Validity of Official Intelligence Estimates?]," [Washington, D.C.], August 23, 1963.
  19. "[Ratifying the Moscow Test Ban Treaty and the Forth-coming visit to the United States by Marshal Tito, the Communist Leader of Yugoslavia]," [Washington, D.C.], September 19, 1963.
  20. "[The Forthcoming visit to the United States by the Communist Dictator of Yugoslavia, Marshal Tito]," [Washington, D.C.], September 19, 1963.
  21. "Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right," [Washington, D.C.], October 3, 1963.
  22. "[Thurmond Objects to the Sale of Wheat to the Soviet Union]," [Washington, D.C.], [October 4, 1963].
11 127

Statements-Committee 1963 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The Mark Up of the Weapons Authorization Bill]," U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, [Washington, D.C.], April, 1963.
11 128

Statements on Senate Floor 1963 

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  1. "[The] Proposed Change in Rule 22 [of the U.S. Senate on Debates]," February 4, 1963.
  2. "[The South Carolina General Assembly Concurrent Resolution opposes the elimination of Capitol Gains on the Sale of Timber]," March 15, 1963.
  3. "In Support of his motion for the Senate to proceed in Closed Executive Session to debate on the inclusion in H.R. 2440 of Funds for the Production of Component Parts of the Nike-Zeus System," [c. April, 1963].
  4. "In Opposition to S. 6, Urban Mass Transit Bill," April 3, 1963.
  5. "[Congressman L. Mendel Rivers' remarks on U.S. Policies with Portuguese Angola]," May 14, 1963.
  6. "[Court and Executive Actions concerning the Integration of the Races]," June 4, 1963.
  7. "[James F. Byrnes' Address on the Facts and Fears of America's Cuban Policy]," June 6, 1963.
  8. "[U.S. Arms Aid to Pakistan]," June 6, 1963.
  9. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution proposes a Constitutional Amendment on Apportionment of Representation in State Legislatures]," June 10, 1963.
  10. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution proposes a Constitutional Amendment to establish a Court of the Union]," June 10, 1963.
  11. "[The Freedoms Foundation]," June 13, 1963.
  12. "[Prayers and Bible Reading in the Schools]," June 19, 1963.
  13. "[The Supreme Court's Decision against the Lord's Prayer and Bible Reading in Schools]," June 20, 1963.
  14. "[S. 684, a Bill which would allow Freight Forwarders to buy and control Motor Carriers and Water Carriers]," June 20, 1963.
  15. "[Communists Involved in the Race Riots]," June 20, 1963.
  16. "[The Nuclear Test Ban Agreement between the United States and the Soviet Union]," July, 1963.
  17. "[The American Security Council's Article on the Test Ban Negotiations]," July 9, 1963.
  18. "[The Gesell Committee's Recommendations to the President of the U.S. about Racial Integration]," July 9, 1963.
  19. "[Communist Connections to the Race Riots in the U.S.]," August 2, 1963.
  20. "[Senator Henry Jackson's Questions about the Test Ban Treaty]," August 9, 1963.
  21. "[An Amendment to the S 1321 Bill which concerns the creation of the Domestic Peace Corps]," August 13, 1963.
  22. "The Question of Comments, Connections and Influences in the current Negro Demonstrations," August 23, 1963.
  23. "[The Approval of High Yield Nuclear Warhead by the Joint Chiefs of Staff]," September 23, 1963.
  24. "[The Explosion in the Antarctic and the Treaty of Moscow]," September 25, 1963.
11 129

Statements on Senate Floor 1963 

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  1. "Introduction of Amendment to H.R. 7885, The Foreign Assistance Act of 1963," November 1, 1963.
  2. "H.R. 7885, The Foreign Assistance Act of 1963," November 15, 1963.
  3. "Thurmond Argues that the U.S. Government should not facilitate the Lending of Money to Hungary and the Soviet Union for the purchase of Wheat," November 26, 1963.
  4. "The Nomination of Paul H. Nitze to be Secretary of the Navy," November 26, 1963.
  5. "In Opposition to S. 2100, Jones Act Amendment, [which would continue to suspend provisions of the Jones Act with respect to the Transportation of Lumber from Puerto Rico]," December 5, 1963.
  6. "[In Opposition to the Appropriation for the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency]," December 12, 1963.
  7. "[General Douglas MacArthur]," December 18, 1963.
  8. "The Question of Financing Commodity Sales to Russia," December 19, 1963.
  9. "In Opposition to S. 2379, the Arts Bill," December 20, 1963.
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Addresses 1964 

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  1. [Introducing Senator Barry Goldwater], [South Carolina], [c. 1964].
  2. "God and Government," Orange County Conservative Group, Los Angeles, California, February 12, 1964.
  3. "[Elect Barry Goldwater President of the United States]," Greenville, S.C., October 24, 1964.
11 131

Press Releases 1964 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[New Construction Work for Buildings at Fort Jackson]," [Washington, D.C.], February 18, 1964.
  2. "[Thurmond's Amendment to H.R. 11380, The Foreign Aid Authorization Act for FY 1965]," Washington, D.C., July 30, 1964.
  3. "[Sweet Potatoes will be retained in the National School Lunch Program]," Washington, D.C., September 2, 1964.
  4. "[Thurmond says Senator Barry Goldwater would be firm with the Communists if he were Elected President]," Camden, [S.C.], October 27, 1964.
11 132

Remarks 1964 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The Controversy in the United States caused by the Vietnam War]," testimonial luncheon in Thurmond's behalf, [Washington, D.C.], December 5, 1964.
11 133

Remarks on Senate Floor 1964 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "The 40 th Anniversary of J. Edgar Hoover's Service with the FBI," May 11, 1964.
11 134

Statements 1964 

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  1. "[The Immediate Fate of Southeast Asia]," [Washington, D.C.], February 27, 1964.
  2. "[Watering Down of the Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], May 26, 1964.
  3. "[The Sixteenth Anniversary of Radio Station WTND]," [Washington, D.C.], June 2, 1964.
  4. "Nuclear Defenses, the Otto Otepka Case, and the Prayer Amendment," Senator Milward Simpson's weekly radio program to Wyoming, [Washington, D.C.], June 8, 1964.
  5. "America's Nuclear Preparedness, Communist Strategy, Party Line-up in the Senate," Senator Milward Simpson's weekly radio program to Wyoming, [Washington, D.C.], September 28, 1964.
11 135

Statements on Senate Floor 1964 

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  1. "[The Assassination of President Diem and the Overthrow of the Government in South Vietnam]," January 28, 1964.
  2. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution Memorializes the U.S. Congress to Investigate Limiting the Import of Foreign Beef]," February 5, 1964.
  3. "[The Amendment to H.R. 8363 which would make the Reduction in Income Tax Rates contingent on keeping Government Spending below the Level of $100 Billion Dollars Per Year]," February 7, 1964.
  4. "[In Opposition to H.R. 8683 which would Reduce Taxes and Limit Government Spending]," February 7, 1964.
  5. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution Memorializes the U.S. Congress not to Enact Legislation which would further Limit the Right of Private Citizens to Purchase and Possess Firearms]," February 17, 1964.
  6. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution asks the U.S. Congress and the Secretary Agriculture to Institute any necessary Action to of Prevent the Centralization of Cotton Storage Facilities]," February 17, 1964.
  7. "[Robert Murphy's book, Diplomat Among Warriors, deals with Relations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union]," February 26, 1964.
  8. "[Project Prayer]," February 26, 1964.
  9. "1965 Weapons Procurement Bill," February 27, 1964.
  10. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution asks the U.S. Congress to add a Prayer Amendment to the U.S. Constitution]," March 2, 1964.
  11. "[The Increasing number of Communist Party Officials who are being Invited to Speak on College Campuses across America]," March 3, 1964.
  12. "[Margaret Chase Smith's Address denounces efforts to downgrade the Congress and the Military]," March 5, 1964.
  13. "[The South Carolina Democratic Party's Resolution which supports persons who are Opposing the So-called Civil Rights Legislation]," March 10, 1964.
  14. [An Appeal that a Study of Churches and Civil Rights be Printed in the Congressional Record], March 12, 1964.
  15. "[Charleston Area Baptists Oppose Proposals to Reverse the Supreme Court Decisions Against Prayers and Bible Reading in schools]," March 31, 1964.
  16. "[The Sixth Amendment and Criminal Prosecutions]," April 9, 1964.
  17. "[David Lawrence's Assessment of the Confusion and Hypocrisy brought about in recent Supreme Court Decisions on Sit-ins]," April 24, 1964.
  18. "[Communism and Civil Rights]," April 27, 1964.
  19. "[South Carolina Churches Adopt Resolutions Opposing the Civil Rights Bill]," May 7, 1964.
  20. "[A Negro Citizen's Views on the Pending Civil Rights Bill]," May 8, 1964.
  21. "[Recent Supreme Court Decisions Against Prayers and Bible Reading in the Schools]," May 8, 1964.
  22. "[Prayers in the Public Schools and Lobbying for the Civil Rights Bill from the Church Pulpits]," May 18, 1964.
  23. "[Mass Transit Proposals]," May 27, 1964.
  24. "[Alabama Governor George C. Wallace and the Opposition to the Pending Civil Rights Bill]," May 27, 1964.
  25. "[Supreme Court Decisions Against Prayers in the Public Schools]," June 4, 1964.
  26. "[Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania]," June 4, 1964.
  27. "[Recent Supreme Court Decisions Against Prayers in the Public Schools]," June 4, 1964.
  28. "[The U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Loyalty Oaths in the Baggett versus Bullitt Case]," June 5, 1964.
  29. "[The Question of Church Endorsements of the So-called Civil Rights Legislation]," June 8, 1964.
  30. "[The American Security Council's Report on Communist Youth Movements]," June 9, 1964.
  31. [The Southern States Industrial Council's Resolution expressing strong Opposition to the So-called Civil Rights Legislation]," June 10, 1964.
  32. "[Communism and the Supreme Court]," June 16, 1964.
  33. "[In Opposition to the Civil Rights Bill]," June 18, 1964.
  34. "[Recent Supreme Court Decisions on Apportionment of State Legislatures]," June 19, 1964.
  35. "[The National Council of Churches' violation of its Tax-exempt Status by engaging in Political Activities]," July, 1964.
  36. "In Support of the Williams Amendment to H.R. 11049 [which concerns Federal Retirement Benefits]," July 2, 1964.
  37. "[The American Security Council's Report on the U.S. Strategy in the War with the Forces of Communism]," July 2, 1964.
  38. "[Dan Smoot's Report on the Federal Communications Commission's recent actions under the Fairness Doctrine]," July 2, 1964.
  39. "[Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren's Stand on Reapportionment of State Senates]," July 6, 1964.
  40. "[Prayers and Bible Reading in the Schools]," July 8, 1964.
  41. "In Opposition to Senate Confirmation of Governor Leroy Collins [to Head the Community Relations Service]," July 20, 1964.
  42. "[Project Prayer]," July 27, 1964.
  43. "The '35-65 Provision' of the Defense Appropriation Bill," July 29, 1964.
11 136

Statements on Senate Floor 1964 

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  1. "In Support of his Amendment #1164 to Foreign Aid Authorization Bill," August 7, 1964.
  2. "Domestic Synthetic Organic Dye," August 7, 1964.
  3. "[S. 2028, a Bill to Amend the Federal Power Act, as in respect to the Jurisdiction of the Federal Power Commission over Nonprofit Cooperatives]," August 10, 1964.
  4. "In Support of Amendment to H.R. 11380 to provide a stay of Proceedings for Reapportionment of State Legislative Bodies," August 14, 1964.
  5. "[The Late State Senator Paul Quattlebaum of Conway, S.C.]," August 21, 1964.
  6. "In Support of Reapportionment Amendment to Foreign Aid Authorization Bill," September 15, 1964.
  7. "[The Late State Senator Charles E. Daniel of Greenville, S.C.]," September 15, 1964.
11 137

1965 

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Addresses 1965 

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  1. "A Choice for Americans," The Chamber of Commerce, Aberdeen, South Dakota, January 9, 1965.
  2. "[Disagreement on Defense Policy and Communist Intentions]," The National Security Commission and Committees of the American Legion, Washington, D.C., March 3, 1965.
  3. Campaign Speech to Re-elect Albert Watson to Congress, South Carolina Republican Convention, Columbia, S.C., March 6, 1965.
  4. "[Fundamental Differences in Beliefs on Defense Policy Areas and Communist Intentions]," The Cincinnati Open Forum, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 12, 1965.
  5. "The Citizens' Responsibility," The Student Body of Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, April 24, 1965.
  6. "The Road to Oblivion," The Board of Directors of Christian Freedom Foundation, New York City, New York, April 29, 1965.
11 138

Addresses 1965 

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  1. "Six Major Fallacies of the Day," Trinity College, Dunedin, Florida, May 16, 1965.
  2. "[Trading with the Communists]," The National Convention of the Young Americans for Freedom, Washington, D.C., August 27, 1965.
  3. "[Freedom]," Rally of Florrissant Township Republican Committee, Florrissant, Missouri, October 9, 1965.
  4. "The Revolution in Criminal Law Procedures," South Carolina Division of American Association of University Women, Columbia, S.C., October 16, 1965.
  5. "The Threat of Anarchy," Greenville Textile Club, Greenville, S.C., October 21, 1965.
  6. "Current Problems of National Security," Students of University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 7, 1965.
  7. "Recapture of the Purse Strings by Congress," Greenville Area Civitan Clubs, Greenville, S.C., December 6, 1965.
12 139

Addresses on Senate Floor 1965 

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  1. "H.R. 2998, a Bill to Authorize Appropriations for the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency for Two Years," March 10, 1965.
  2. "Talmadge Amendment to the Farm Bill, H.R. 9811," September 10, 1965.
12 140

Remarks 1965 

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  1. "[Albert Watson and the Special Congressional Election in the Second District of South Carolina]," [South Carolina], June 14, 1965.
  2. Dedication of the John H. Montgomery Mill and the Celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Spartan Mills, [Chesnee, S.C.], September 19, 1965.
12 141

Statements 1965 

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  1. "[Agriculture and Foreign Trade Negotiations]," [Washington, D.C.], February 4, 1965.
  2. "[President Lyndon Johnson's] Address to Joint Session of Congress," [Washington, D.C.], March 15, 1965.
  3. "The Death of R. Lynn Kalmbach, General Manager of South Carolina ETV," [Washington, D.C.], June 15, 1965.
  4. "[The Johnson Administration's Housing Legislation to promote 'Integration by Scatteration']," [Washington, D.C.], June 27-28, 1965.
  5. "Government plans to purchase peaches in South Carolina," [Washington, D.C.], July 1, 1965.
  6. "[Dirksen's Resolution to permit a State to Apportion one House of its Legislature on a basis other than Population]," [Washington, D.C.], July 25-26, 1965.
  7. "[America's Withdrawal from the Vietnam War]," [Washington, D.C.], August 20, 1965.
12 142

Statements-Committee 1965 

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  1. "Proposals Relating to the Reapportionment of State Legislatures," Constitutional Amendments Subcommittee of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, [Washington, D.C.], March 4, 1965.
  2. "[Appropriation Funds of $210,000 for the Operation of the Interior Department for Fiscal Year 1966]," Senate Interior Appropriations Subcommittee, [Washington, D.C.], March 10, 1965.
  3. "[Appropriations Bill for the Defense Department, S. 800]," Senate Armed Services Committee, [Washington, D.C.], [March 31, 1965].
  4. "The Voting Bill (S. 1564)," Senate Judiciary Committee, [Washington, D.C.], April 5, 1965.
12 143

Statements on Senate Floor 1965 

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  1. "Tribute to the Honorable Charles Lee Watkins, Parliamentarian Emeritus of the United States Senate," January 6, 1965.
  2. "Introduction of Monroney Resolution Authorizing Study of Congressional Organization," January 6, 1965.
  3. "[Opposing the President's Proposal to Amend the Taft-Hartley Law and do away with the Power of the States to have Right-to-Work Laws]," January 12, 1965.
  4. "[The NIKE-X Ballistic Missile Defense System]," January 15, 1965.
  5. "[U.S. Congressman Albert Watson from South Carolina becomes a Republican]," January 15, 1965.
  6. "[S 542, a Bill which would eliminate the Federal Excise Tax on Alcohol and Tobacco Products]," January 18, 1965.
  7. "[The Proposed Repeal of Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act]," January 19, 1965.
  8. "In Support of Materials Reserve and Stockpile Act of 1965," February 9, 1965.
  9. "H.R. 3818, [a Bill] to eliminate the Gold Reserve Requirement for Deposit Liabilities," February 18, 1965.
  10. "[Charleston Radio Station WOKE'S strong stand against extending the Life of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency]," February 24, 1965.
  11. "In Opposition to H.R. 45, [a Bill to increase] U.S. Participation in the Inter-American Development Bank," February 24, 1965.
  12. "[The Late Clair Engle of California]," March 1, 1965.
  13. "[South Carolina Concurrent Resolution Memorializes Congress to prevent the Federal Trade Commission from exercising any Authority over Cigarette Labeling and Advertising]," March 4, 1965.
  14. "The Voting Rights Bill," March 18, 1965.
  15. List of Editorials on the Proposed Voting Rights Legislation, March 25, 1965.
  16. "[The Administration's Proposal to change the present Soil Conservation Program]," April 5, 1965.
  17. "[The Cannon Amendment to S. 800 [which would Limit Persons who are Eligible to Serve in the Active Reserve Forces of the Military]," April 6, 1965.
  18. "[City of Columbia, South Carolina, selected as an All-American City for 1964 by the National Municipal Association and LOOK Magazine]," April 8, 1965.
  19. "In Opposition to H.R. 2362, The Federal Aid to Education Proposal," April 9, 1965.
  20. "[The Increasing Importance of Soybean Oil in our Foods]," April 13, 1965.
  21. "[The Administration's Proposed Cutbacks in the Soil Conservation Service]," April 13, 1965.
  22. "[The Death of Senator Olin D. Johnson of South Carolina]," April 21, 1965.
  23. "[The Late Senator Olin D. Johnson of South Carolina]," April 21, 1965.
  24. "[Donald S. Russell appointed by the Governor of South Carolina to take Olin D. Johnson's Senate Seat until a Election is held]," April 23, 1965.
  25. "[William F. Buckley, Jr.'s Column on Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara's efforts to Abolish the Army Reserve]," May 3, 1965.
  26. "[Thurmond's Amendment to the Mansfield-Dirksen substitute for the S. 1564 Bill on Poll Taxes]," May 5, 1965.
  27. "The Poll Tax Section of the S. 1564 Bill," May 19, 1965.
  28. "[The Office of Education's Proposed Guidelines for Integrating Public Schools under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964]," May 19, 1965.
  29. "The Cigarette Labeling Proposal," June 16, 1965.
  30. "[The Growing Threat from Soviet Strategic Weaponry Advances]," July 8, 1965.
  31. "Duke Power Company Case Pending before the Federal Power Commission," July 21, 1965.
  32. "[Young Americans for Freedom]," July 26, 1965.
12 144

Statements on Senate Floor 1965 

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  1. "S. 1599, [a Bill] to Establish a Department of Housing and Urban Development," August 10, 1965.
  2. "Bill to Prohibit Destruction and Mutilation of Draft Cards," August 13, 1965.
  3. "In Support of S. 1459, [a Bill] to Amend the Federal Power Act," August 26, 1965.
  4. "The TFX Aircraft Program," September 10, 1965.
  5. "Thurmond Amendment to H.R. 2580, an Act to Amend the Immigration and Nationality Act," September 21, 1965.
  6. "[The Proposed Repeal of Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act]," September 28, 1965.
  7. "[The Presentation of the American Legion Distinguished Service Medal to James F. Byrnes]," September 29, 1965.
  8. "['Current Economic Inequities']," October 15, 1965.
  9. "In Support of H.R. 168, [a Bill which would Increase the Rates of Disability Compensation to Veterans]," October 15, 1965.
  10. "[With Regard to Greenville Technical Education Center]," October 21, 1965.
  11. "[Reference to Supreme Court Decision in U.S. v. Archie Brown]," October 22, 1965.
  12. "[Senate Refuses to Repeal Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act]," October 22, 1965.
12 145

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Addresses 1966 

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  1. "The Challenge of Relativism to Freedom," [Location Unknown], [c. March, 1966].
  2. "The Disease of Expediency," [Location Unknown], [c. March, 1966].
  3. "The Disease of Expediency," The Century Club, Coral Gables, Florida, March 4, 1966.
  4. "[Issues of Senator Thurmond's Re-election Campaign]," Myrtle Beach, S.C., July 18, 1966.
  5. "[Preserving the Blessings of Liberty]," Alabama State Republican Party Convention, Montgomery, Alabama, July 29, 1966.
12 146

Press Releases 1966 

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  1. "[In Support of a $4.8 Billion Military Authorization Bill to support American Fighting Men in South Vietnam]," [Washington, D.C.], February 23, 1966.
  2. "[A Letter written by Senator Strom Thurmond regarding Discriminatory Service Restrictions Respecting Women Officers in the Military Services]," [Washington, D.C.], [c. March, 1966].
  3. "[Thurmond Awarded for his help in the Successful Senatorial fight to retain Section 14(b) of the Taft-Hartley Act]," [Washington, D.C.], March 17, 1966.
  4. "[Thurmond Requests the President to withdraw his Approval of the Revised Regulations for School Desegregation]," [Washington, D.C.], March 17, 1966.
12 147

Questions and Answers 1966 

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  1. Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee of the Senate Armed Services Committee, [Washington, D.C.], August 30, 1966.
12 148

Remarks 1966 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The Decline of the Democratic Party]," Columbia, S.C., January 14, 1966.
12 149

Statements 1966 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Eulogy on Justice Claude A. Taylor," [Washington, D.C.], January 21, 1966.
  2. "[The Present Danger of Inflation]," [Washington, D.C.], March 3, 1966.
  3. "Senator Marshal Parker as a Candidate for Republican Nomination for U.S. Senate," [Washington, D.C.], March 9, 1966.
  4. "Price Supports for Untied Flu-Cured Tobacco," [Washington, D.C.], April 26, 1966.
  5. "[The General Accounting Office]," [Washington, D.C.], April 28, 1966.
  6. "[A Proposal to Relax Restrictions on Trade with East European Communist Countries]," [Washington, D.C.], May 5, 1966.
  7. "[Relaxing Restrictions on Trade with East European Communist Countries]," [Washington, D.C.], May 5, 1966.
  8. "[The Decline in U.S. Military Preparedness]," [Washington, D.C.], May 16, 1966.
  9. "[The War on Poverty heads the All-time List of 'Mismanaged Wars']," [Washington, D.C.], May 19, 1966.
  10. "[The Bureaucratic Irresponsibility in the Office of Economic Opportunity]," [Washington, D.C.], June 2, 1966.
  11. "[The United States is Clearly at War with Vietnam]," [Washington, D.C.], June 23, 1966.
  12. "[The United States is at War with Vietnam]," [Washington, D.C.], June 23, 1966.
  13. "[The 'Fair Housing' Title of the Civil Rights Act of 1966]," [Washington, D.C.], June 30, 1966.
  14. Announcing for Re-election to the Office of U.S. Senator from South Carolina, [Washington, D.C.], [c. July, 1966].
  15. "[The Threats to the Vision and Principles of Freedom]," dedication of the VFW flagpole at the Freedoms Foundation Medal of Honor Grove, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, July 4, 1966.
  16. "[The Death of J. Fred Buzhardt]," [Washington, D.C.], July 7, 1966.
  17. "[The Fair Housing Section of the Proposed Civil Rights Act of 1966]," [Washington, D.C.], July 11, 1966.
  18. "[The Civil Rights Act of 1966]," [Washington, D.C.], July 14, 1966.
  19. "[The Executions of American Fliers by the North Vietnamese]," [Washington, D.C.], July 28, 1966.
  20. "[The National Convention of the Communist Party, USA]," [Washington, D.C.], August 7, 1966.
  21. "[The Problems of Inflation]," [Washington, D.C.], August 18, 1966.
  22. "[The Civil Rights Movement in the United States]," [Washington, D.C.], August 25, 1966.
  23. "[The South's Role in the Civil Rights Movement]," [Washington, D.C.], August 25, 1966.
  24. "[The Civil Rights Movement in the United States]," [Washington, D.C.], August 25, 1966.
12 150

Statements 1966 

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  1. "[The Tendency of Americans to look to the Government for their Upkeep]," [Washington, D.C.], September 4, 1966.
  2. "[The Continual Shift of Control of Education from the Local to the National Level]," [Washington, D.C.], September 7, 1966.
  3. "[The Extent of Federal Government Control over the School Systems of the United States]," [Washington, D.C.], September 11, 1966.
  4. "[The Battle against seating the Chinese Communists in the United Nations]," [Washington, D.C.], September 15, 1966.
  5. "[Water Conservation]," [Washington, D.C.], September 22, 1966.
  6. "[The Perils of the Political Season]," [Washington, D.C.], September 29, 1966.
  7. "[Reorganization to meet the ever-increasing demands upon Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], October 6, 1966.
  8. "[The Second Session of the Eighty-ninth Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], October 16, 1966.
  9. "[Efforts in Congress to adopt needed Measures and Resist Unconstitutional and Unwise Proposals]," [Washington, D.C.], October 16, 1966.
  10. [Appreciation for Re-electing Thurmond to the U.S. Senate], [Washington, D.C.], November 9, 1966.
  11. [Regarding News Reports about 'Thurmond for President' Movements], Aiken, S.C., December 31, 1966.
12 151

Statements-Committee 1966 

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  1. "[The] Amendment to the Bank Holding Company Legislation," U.S. Senate Banking and Currency Committee, [Washington, D.C.], May 18, 1966.
  2. "[The Johnson Administration's Proposed 'Civil Rights Act of 1966']," [Washington, D.C.], June 22, 1966.
  3. "[The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Proposal to Suspend or Withdraw Inspection Services from a Broiler Plant when an Inspector is Assaulted or Threatened]," [Washington, D.C.], September 21, 1966.
12 152

Statements on Senate Floor 1966 

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  1. "Introduction of Legislation authorizing the construction by Duke Power Company of a Dam on the Savannah River," January 17, 1966.
  2. "Introduction of a Bill to allow Soybean Production on Acreage Diverted from Cotton," January 27, 1966.
  3. "Administration Proposal to reduce Funds for the National School Lunch Program and the Special Milk Program," [c. February, 1966].
  4. "Asian Development Bank," March 2, 1966.
  5. "[Senator Harry F. Byrd, Sr.]," March 8, 1966.
  6. "The Selection of Florence, South Carolina as an All American City," April 13, 1966.
  7. "U.S. Supreme Court Decisions in the Case of Elfbrandt versus Arizona," April 19, 1966.
  8. "[Regarding a Letter addressed to the President of the US on the feelings of the Enlisted Men who Served in Vietnam]," April 19, 1966.
  9. "The Fiscal 1967 Defense Authorization Bill," April 28, 1966.
  10. "[The Death of U.S. Senator Patrick V. McNamara of Michigan]," May 2, 1966.
  11. "The Participation Sales Act of 1966," May 3, 1966.
  12. "The Proposed Civil Rights Act of 1966," May 3, 1966.
  13. "[Senate Resolution 179 supports Serious and Urgent Efforts to Negotiate International Agreements Limiting the Spread of Nuclear Weapons]," May 16, 1966.
  14. "[A Tribute to Senator A. Willis Robertson from Virginia]," May 26, 1966.
  15. "Introduction of Bill to Prevent Imposition of Fees on Federal Reservoirs," June 1, 1966.
  16. "Amendment to Bank Holding Company Act," June 6, 1966.
  17. "Disabled American Veterans," June 16, 1966.
  18. "[The Successful Mission against the Oil Storage Depot near the Port of Haiphong]," June 30, 1966.
  19. "The Agriculture Appropriations Bill," July 13, 1966.
  20. "[The First National Convention of the Communist Party of the United States]," July 15, 1966.
  21. "Commemorating Captive Nations Week," July 21, 1966.
  22. "The Kennedy-Clark Amendment to the Foreign Aid Authorization Bill," July 26, 1966.
  23. "1966 Amendments to the Unemployment Compensation Act," August 5, 1966.
  24. "['The Hanoi Savages']," August 8, 1966.
  25. "In Support of Tower Amendment to the Demonstrations Cities Bill," August 19, 1966.
  26. "In Support of Shellfish Amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act," August 26, 1966.
  27. "Ambulance Attendants Amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act," August 26, 1966.
12 153

Statements on Senate Floor 1966 

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  1. "The Death of Fulton Lewis, Jr.," September 14, 1966.
  2. "The Death of South Carolina State Treasurer Jeff B. Bates," September 14, 1966.
  3. "[The] Conduct of Office of Education Representatives in South Carolina," September 16, 1966.
  4. "The Twentieth Anniversary of Senator [Spessard Lindsey] Holland's Service in the Senate," September 26, 1966.
  5. "[The Addition of Six Senators as Co-sponsors to Senate Concurrent Resolution 108]," September 28, 1966.
  6. "[Control of Textbooks]," September 28, 1966.
  7. "The Death of Judge C. C. Wyche," October 4, 1966.
  8. "[The Retirement of Representative Howard W. Smith of Virginia]," October 4, 1966.
  9. "Elementary and Secondary School Bill," October 6, 1966.
  10. "Proposal to Suspend the Investment Credit and Accelerated Depreciation Provisions of the Tax Law," October 14, 1966.
  11. "In Support of Items in the Public Works Authorization Bill," October 14, 1966.
  12. "The National Business Women's Week," October 18, 1966.
  13. "[The Retirement of Senator Milward L. Simpson of Wyoming]," October 19, 1966.
  14. "The Retirement of the Senior Senator from Massachusetts, Leverett Saltonstall," October 19, 1966.
12 154

Telegrams 1966 

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  1. To President Lyndon B. Johnson, The White House, Protesting the Action by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare in Denying Further Federal Assistance to Two School Districts in South Carolina; [Washington, D.C.], June 6, 1966.
12 155

1967 

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Addresses 1967 

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  1. "[The Importance of Education]," The Student 1967 Mock Congress, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, February 2, 1967.
  2. "Through the Looking Glass-The Communist World," Student Body of University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, February 15, 1967.
  3. "Authority, Divine and Human," Senate Prayer Breakfast Group, [Washington, D.C.], March 1, 1967.
  4. "The Cultural Revolution-USA," Young Americans for Freedom, Cleveland, Ohio, March 10, 1967.
  5. "Why we are in Vietnam," The Boston University Distinguished Lecture Series, Boston, Massachusetts, March 30, 1967.
12 156

Addresses 1967 

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  1. "Victory in Vietnam," The Yale Political Union, [New Haven, Connecticut], April 12, 1967.
  2. "The Nature of the Beast," Student Body of the College of William and Mary, [Williamsburg, Virginia], April 26, 1967.
  3. "Building Bridges," The American-Southern African Council Dinner, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1967.
13 157

Addresses on Senate Floor 1967 

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  1. "In Opposition to Confirmation of Thurgood Marshall to be an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court," August 30, 1967.
13 158

Articles 1967 

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  1. "Flooding the Textile Market," Action, [South Carolina], [c.1967].
  2. "Foreward to 'God is Still My Co-Pilot'," [Publication/Location Unknown], [c.1967].
13 159

Press Releases 1967 

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  1. "[Some Political/Fund-raising Activities designed to Elicit Support for Thurmond as a Favorite Son Candidate in the 1968 Republican Convention]," Aiken, S.C., January 3, 1967.
  2. "[Thurmond Introduces an Amendment to the Bill to extend the Life of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission]," September 22, 1967.
  3. "McNamara and the Orbital Bombing System," [Washington, D.C.], November 6, 1967.
  4. "[The Reserve Bill of Rights Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], November 14, 1967.
  5. "[Time to Drop Cost Effectiveness Studies of Defense Systems and getting on with Ensuring the Security of America]," [Washington, D.C.], November 16, 1967.
  6. "[U.S. Policy Making the Nation dependent upon the Soviet Union for Chrome Ore]," [Washington, D.C.], November 22, 1967.
13 160

Press Releases 1967 

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  1. "The Conference Report about the Social Security Bill," [Washington, D.C.], December 14, 1967.
13 160

Questions and Answers 1967 

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  1. "[Vietnam]," Roger Mudd of CBS Television Network, [Location Unknown], [c. 1967].
13 161

Remarks 1967 

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  1. Introducing Governor Ronald Reagan of California, Republican Fund-raising Dinner, Columbia, S.C., September 29, 1967.
  2. "[The Militant Socialistic Trend]," Political Action Committee of AMA, Columbia, S.C., September 30, 1967.
13 162

Statements 1967 

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  1. "Silt in Charleston Harbor," September 27, 1967.
  2. "Red March on the Pentagon During October," November 7, 1967.
  3. "Edward Hunter's Propaganda Analysis of the Pentagon Demonstrations," November 30, 1967.
13 163

Statements 1967 

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  1. "Products of Freedom," [Washington, D.C.], [c. 1967].
  2. "[A Successful Conclusion to the War in Vietnam can mean Two Things]," [Washington, D.C.], March 5-6, 1967.
  3. "[The Defection of Svetlana Stalin]," [Washington, D.C.], March 19-20, 1967.
  4. "[The Death of Konrad Adenauer]," [Washington, D.C.], April 30, 1967.
  5. "Vietnam Policy Paper," The Senate Republican Policy Luncheon, [Washington, D.C.], May 2, 1967.
  6. "[Political Campaign Financing]," [Washington, D.C.], May 7-8, 1967.
  7. "[Freedom of the Press]," [Washington, D.C.], May 21, 1967.
  8. "[Proposals which threaten the Freedom of the Press]," [Washington, D.C.], May 21-22, 1967.
  9. "[War Over Control of Public Education in the U.S.]," [Washington, D.C.], May 28, 1967.
  10. "[The War for Control of Public Education in the U.S.]," [Washington, D.C.], May 28-29, 1967.
  11. "[The Need for Gun Legislation]," [Washington, D.C.], June 19, 1967.
  12. "[The Soviet Union's Influence in the Mid-East]," [Washington, D.C.], June 24-25, 1967.
  13. "[The Censure Action against Senator Thomas Dodd]," [Washington, D.C.], July 3, 1967.
  14. "[President Lyndon B. Johnson's assistance in quelling Rebellion against the Central Government of the Congo]," [Washington, D.C.], July 16-17, 1967.
13 164

Statements 1967 

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  1. "[The Proposed Civil Rights Act attacks the U.S. Constitution]," [Washington, D.C.], August 14, 1967.
  2. "[The Red Chinese 'Cultural Revolution']," [Washington, D.C.], August 27-28, 1967.
  3. "[Prayer in the Public Schools]," [Washington, D.C.], September 10-11, 1967.
  4. "[Promoting the Truth in Liquor Labeling]," [Washington, D.C.], October 1-2, 1967.
  5. "[The Intent of the Poverty Program]," [Washington, D.C.], October 8-9, 1967.
  6. "[Incidents Show what happens when Power and Money are given without Responsibility]," [Washington, D.C.], October 9, 1967.
  7. "[Otto Otepka and the Granting of Security Clearances]," [Washington, D.C.], October 15-16, 1967.
  8. "[The Trade Deficit]," [Washington, D.C.], October 29-30, 1967.
  9. "[Moscow's Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution]," [Washington, D.C.], November 6, 1967.
  10. "Panama, the Troubled Canal, Part II," Georgetown University Forum, [Washington, D.C.], November 12, 1967.
  11. "[The Soviets' Development of an Orbital Bomb]," [Washington, D.C.], November 12, 1967 and November 13, 1967.
  12. "[The Soviets' Orbital Bomb]," [Washington, D.C.], November 13, 1967.
  13. "[Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving]," [Washington, D.C.], November 19-20, 1967.
  14. "[The Traditional Way to Celebrate Thanksgiving]," [Washington, D.C.], November 20, 1967.
  15. "[Statutory Limitations on Congressional Sessions]," [Washington, D.C.], November 26-27, 1967.
  16. "[Congressional Involvement in Areas Reserved to State Action]," [Washington, D.C.], November 27, 1967.
  17. "[The Social Security Benefit Increases recently passed by the Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], December 4, 1967.
  18. "[The United States will 'Not Stand in the Way' of Representatives of the Viet Cong coming to the United Nations Headquarters in New York]," [Washington, D.C.], December 17-18, 1967.
  19. "[South Korean Allies in Vietnam]," to Korean soldiers in Vietnam, Christmas, [December 25] 1967.
13 165

Statements-Committee 1967 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The Columbia VA Hospital]," Special Subcommittee of House Veterans Affairs Committee, Columbia, S.C., June 9, 1967.
  2. "[Questions to Thurgood Marshall upon his Nomination to the Supreme Court]," U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, [Washington, D.C.], July 18, 1967 and July19, 1967.
  3. "[The Constitutional Division of Powers among the Three Branches of the Federal Government]," Subcommittee on Separation of Powers of the US Senate Committee of the Judiciary, [Washington, D.C.], July 19, 1967.
  4. "1967 Civil Rights Proposals," Constitutional Rights Subcommittee of U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, [Washington, D.C.], July 24, 1967.
  5. "South Carolina Laws," Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights, [Washington, D.C.], August 9, 1967.
13 166

Statements on the Senate Floor 1967 

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  1. "In Support of an Amendment to delete Part B of Title V of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act," [c.1967].
  2. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution Memorializes Congress to Liberalize Pension Rules for Veterans and their Widows]," January 30, 1967.
  3. "The Crime Situation in Washington, D.C.," February 16, 1967.
  4. "[Bishop James A. Pike's Article urging Young American Men to Refuse entering the Armed Forces]," February 16, 1967.
  5. "U.S. Civil Rights Commission Proposal," February 20, 1967.
  6. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution Memorializes Congress to Pass Legislation to Prohibit the Use of the Mails to Advertise, Sell, and Deliver Master Keys and Master Key Sets which may be used to Commit Crimes]," February 27, 1967.
  7. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution requests Members of Congress from South Carolina to Reject and Defeat H.R. 2158 which concerns the Taxation of Multi-state Businesses]," March 3, 1967.
  8. "[General Nathan F. Twining's Article, 'America's Clear and Present Danger']," March 6, 1967.
  9. "The 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Andrew Jackson," March 13, 1967.
  10. "[The Church League of America's International Symposium on Communism]," March 13, 1967.
  11. "[The Honorable Ezra Taft Benson's Address, 'Trade and Treason']," March 13, 1967.
  12. "[The School System of the South]," [Washington, D.C.], March 23, 1967.
  13. [Regarding] Remarks by Senator Everett Dirksen and Election of Frederick B. Dent as President at American Textile Manufacturers Institute Annual Meeting, April 3, 1967.
  14. [Regarding the] Open Letter Published in Newspapers by J. P. Stevens and Company, Incorporated, April 14, 1967.
  15. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution expresses strong Opposition to the Proposal that the U.S. give up its Sovereignty over the Panama Canal]," April 17, 1967.
  16. "[The Death of William Shivers Morris, Chairman of the Board of the Southeastern Newspapers Corporation]," April 17, 1967.
  17. "Soviet Vietnam Week Agitprop," April 20, 1967.
  18. "[Dual Anniversaries: The 25th for the U.S. Navy SEABEES and the 100th for the Navy Civil Engineer Corps]," April 25, 1967.
  19. "Introduction of Legislation making it a Criminal Offense to Burn or Mutilate a U.S. Flag," April 25, 1967.
13 167

Statements on the Senate Floor 1967 

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  1. "[America's Trade Policy Jeopardizes the Welfare of the Textile Industry and Other Domestic Industries]," May 4, 1967.
  2. "[The Nation's Textile Industry being knocked to its knee by a Flood of Foreign Imports]," May 8, 1967.
  3. "[The Press Coverage of the So-called Peace Demonstrators]," May 10, 1967.
  4. "Government-Subsidized Newspapers," May 10, 1967.
  5. "Latin American Subversion," May 15, 1967.
  6. "[Lieutenant Dennis John Breda's last letter on the Vietnam War]," May 15, 1967.
  7. "In Opposition to S. 1160, The Public Broadcasting Act of 1967," May 17, 1967.
  8. "[Hearings on Proposals for Electoral College Reforms]," May 19, 1967.
  9. "[The] Promotion of Reserve Officers, with special reference to Senator Jack Miller," May 19, 1967.
  10. "The Dedication of the Faith of Our Fathers Chapel," June 1, 1967.
  11. "[The] Supreme Court's Decision in [the] California 'Proposition 14' Case," June 1, 1967.
  12. "Columbia's 'RSVP' Program," June 1, 1967.
  13. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution on the Reestablishment of the Defense Personnel Support Center in Columbia, South Carolina]," June 5, 1967.
  14. "Emergency Rail Strike Legislation," June 7, 1967.
  15. "Internationalization of World Waterways," June 14, 1967.
  16. "In Support of [the] Conference Report on [the] Selective Service Act of 1967," June 14, 1967.
  17. "[Condemning any Army Sanction of unofficial Rituals involving use of Alcohol," June 16, 1967.
13 168

Statements on the Senate Floor 1967 

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  1. "[Solicitor General Thurgood Marshall's Nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court]," June 20, 1967.
  2. "The Chinese H-Bomb," June 20, 1967.
  3. "The Defeat in the House of the 'Block Grant' Concept of Federal Aid to Education," June 26, 1967.
  4. "[South Carolina General Assembly's Concurrent Resolution on Enacting Legislation to Protect the American Flag from Desecration]," June 26, 1967.
  5. "[The] Need for [the] Textile Industry to have greater voice in U.S. Trade Policies," [Washington, D.C.], June 27, 1967.
  6. "The Chicago Tribune Disclosure of the Panama Pacts," July 10, 1967.
  7. "Dispatch of U.S. Paratroopers to the Congo," July 10, 1967.
  8. "[The Death of Professor Raymond Moley]," July 13, 1967.
  9. "Panamanian Aspirations reflected in Local Press," July 13, 1967.
  10. "[The] Chicago Tribune's Publication of [the Panama] Canal Treaty Text," July 17, 1967.
  11. "The Diplomatic Relations Act of 1967," July 17, 1967.
  12. "The Text of the Proposed Sea-Level Canal Treaty with Panama," July 21, 1967.
  13. "In Opposition to Labor, HEW Appropriations Bill," August 2, 1967.
  14. "Calling for Apprehension of Stokely Carmichael upon his return to the U.S.," August 2, 1967.
  15. "[Outside Agitators in Civil Disturbances]," August 3, 1967.
  16. "[Anthony Harrigan's Article on the Panama Canal]," August 3, 1967.
  17. "In Opposition to S. 312, [a Bill which would Award Damages to Mr. Charles Bernstein]," August 9, 1967.
  18. "[The Appeals Court Decision to ban verse used in Illinois Kindergarten]," August 9, 1967.
  19. "Proposed Marshall Aid Plan for Urban Areas," August 10, 1967.
  20. Handlist of Panama Canal Treaty Statements [made by Senator Thurmond], August 15, 1967.
13 169

Statements on the Senate Floor 1967 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Dr. Donald M. Dozer's Conclusions] Concerning the Panama Canal," August 16, 1967.
  2. [Regarding] Remarks of Robert M. Vance, President of South Carolina Textile Manufacturers' Association, on the Import Situation," August 16, 1967.
  3. "[The Failure of the Justice Department to Prosecute Insurrectionists]," August 17, 1967.
  4. "Edith Kermit Roosevelt's Article on the Panama Canal," August 18, 1967.
  5. "Foreign Trade Statistics," August 21, 1967.
  6. "International Concern over New Panama Canal Treaties by Users," August 21, 1967.
  7. "In Support of the Defense Appropriation Bill for Fiscal Year 1968," August 22, 1967.
  8. "In Opposition to the Kennedy Amendment to the Department of Defense Appropriation Bill," August 22, 1967.
  9. "Turmoil in Red China," August 24, 1967.
13 170

Statements on the Senate Floor 1967 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "World Habeas Corpus as a solution for the Tshombe Affair," August 25, 1967.
  2. "[Stokely Carmichael's Radio Havana Speech on the Black Liberation Struggle in the US]," August 30, 1967.
  3. "New Soviet Guns in Vietnam," August 30, 1967.
  4. "Increasing Federal Control of the States' Educational Systems," September 18, 1967.
  5. "The Tkachenko Case," September 19, 1967.
  6. "H.R. 11722, Military Construction Authorization, Fiscal Year 1968," September 22, 1967.
  7. "Panama Juridical Structure-Part VIII: Panama Canal Reorganization Act of 1950 (Thompson Act)," September 26, 1967.
  8. "Success of Vocational Trade and Industrial Schools in South Carolina," October 2, 1967.
  9. "American Legion Resolution on the Panama Canal," October 3, 1967.
  10. "The [Senate] Resolution urging Asian Allies for more contribution in Vietnam," October 5, 1967.
  11. "[Walt Whitman Rostow's Remarks on being denied a Security Clearance three times under the Eisenhower Administration]," October 17, 1967.
  12. "Soviet-Hungarian Relations," October 24, 1967.
  13. "H.R. 5894, a Bill removing Promotion Restrictions on Women in the Armed Services," October 26, 1967.
  14. [Regarding] Remarks by Sgt. David C. Dolby after receiving the Medal of Honor at the White House, October 31, 1967.
13 171

Statements on the Senate Floor 1967 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Nominees to Washington's City Council," November 1, 1967.
  2. "The Continuing surge of Unlawful Demonstrations across our Country," November 2, 1967.
  3. "The Orbital Bombing System," November 6, 1967.
  4. "Crime Control Legislation," November 7, 1967.
  5. "[General Omar Bradley's Article on his visit to Vietnam]," November 9, 1967.
  6. "Observance of Veterans Day," November 11, 1967.
  7. "The Deceptive Dangers of Alcoholism," November 20, 1967.
  8. "Anti-Submarine Navy Aircraft," November 21, 1967.
  9. "Social Security Bill," November 22, 1967.
  10. "South Vietnamese Army," November 22, 1967.
  11. "Challenge to Business and Preservation of Free Enterprise System," November 28, 1967.
  12. "In Opposition to H.R. 7977, [a Bill which would give Pay Raises to Government Workers]," November 29, 1967.
  13. "[Thurmond's] Amendment to H.R. 7819, calling for State Administration of Title III Programs," December 8, 1967.
  14. "[NASA]," December 8, 1967.
14 172

Statements on the Senate Floor 1967 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Absence of U.N. Headquarters Site Agreement," December 11, 1967.
  2. "[The] Amendment to Title III of ESEA [which concerns Funds for Supplementary Educational Centers and Services]," December 11, 1967.
  3. "[The] State [Department's] Position on [the] U.N. Headquarters Site Agreement," December 13, 1967.
  4. "[Equalizing Rail Freights and Shared Revenue]," December 15, 1967.
14 173

1968 

Box Folder

Addresses 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The Differences Between Republicans and Democrats]," [Washington, D.C.], February 3, 1968.
  2. "[Restoring the Faith of the American People in their Government]," The Orange County Republican Fund Raising Dinner, Orlando, Florida, March 2, 1968.
  3. "Winning the War and the Peace in Vietnam," the student body at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, March 23, 1968.
  4. "The U.S. of the Year 2000," Washington Hebrew Congregation, Washington, D.C., April 3, 1968.
  5. "How Youth Can Participate in Politics," Bowling Green University, Bowling Green, Ohio, November 14, 1968.
14 174

Press Releases 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The Constitutionality of the Proposed Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], January 22, 1968.
  2. "President Johnson's Civil Rights Message to Congress," [Washington, D.C.], January 25, 1968.
  3. "[Regarding the House Amendments to the Civil Rights Bill]," [Washington, D.C.], February 20, 1968.
  4. "[The New Hampshire Primary]," [Washington, D.C.], March 13, 1968.
  5. "[The War in Vietnam]," [Washington, D.C.], April 1, 1968.
  6. "[Possibilities for Negotiations with the North Vietnamese offer Hope for a Fruitful Outcome]," [Washington, D.C.], April 15, [1968].
  7. "[The Communists have Americans on the Run Politically]," [Washington, D.C.], April 15, 1968.
  8. "[Thurmond Gathering Support to Persuade Leaders of the Poor People's March to Encourage Marchers to Clean Up Rumble Instead of Creating It]," [Washington, D.C.], April 23, 1968.
  9. "[Thurmond calls the Report of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights an combination of Unfounded Charges and Unwise Recommendations]," [Washington, D.C.], May 17, 1968.
  10. "[The Publication of Thurmond's Book, 'The Faith We Have Not Kept']," San Diego, California, [c. June, 1968].
  11. "[Thurmond Supports the idea of an Anti-ballistic Missile System]," [Washington, D.C.], August 1, 1968.
  12. "[Thurmond continues to support Nixon for President despite remarks made by the Chairman of the South Carolina Independent Party]," [Washington, D.C.], September 13, 1968.
  13. "[The South and South Carolina will determine the outcome of the Presidential Election]," Columbia, S.C., November 4, 1968.
14 175

Statements 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Strom Thurmond's Views on the Otepka Case]," [Washington, D.C.], January 7, 1968.
  2. "[The Second Session of the 90th Congress]," [Washington, D.C.], January 21-22, 1968.
  3. "[Congress faces action on three separate Battlefields-A Sound Fiscal Policy, Domestic Crime and Riots, and a Decisive Conclusion to the Vietnam War]," [Washington, D.C.], January 28-29, 1968.
  4. "[The North Korean Seizure of the USS Pueblo]," [Washington, D.C.], February 4-5, 1968.
  5. "[The President's 1969 Budget Message]," [Washington, D.C.], February 11-12, 1968.
  6. "[The Internal Security of Our Nation]," [Washington, D.C.], February 18-19, 1968.
  7. "[The Proposed Omnibus Internal Security Law which concerns Communists and Subversives]," [Washington, D.C.], February 19, 1968.
  8. "[The Serious Depletion of Our Gold Reserves]," [Washington, D.C.], March 3-4, 1968.
  9. "[The Nation's Civil Disorders]," [Washington, D.C.], March 10-11, 1968.
  10. "[Proposals to provide Standards of Conduct for the Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], March 24-25, 1968.
  11. "[New Guidelines for Standards of Conduct for Senate Members and Employees]," [Washington, D.C.], March 25, 1968.
  12. "[The Supreme Court's Misuse of Power]," [Washington, D.C.], March 31-April 1, 1968.
  13. "[New Possibilities for Negotiations with the North Vietnamese]," [Washington, D.C.], April 7-8, 1968.
  14. "[The Slaying of Martin Luther King and the Rioting which has Spread to 110 Cities]," [Washington, D.C.], April 14-15, 1968.
  15. "[The Basis of Communism is the Principle of Atheistic Materialism]," [Washington, D.C.], April 21-22, 1968.
  16. "[The Proposed Omnibus Internal Security Act of 1968]," [Washington, D.C.], April 28-29, 1968.
  17. "[The Proposed Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968]," [Washington, D.C.], May 5-6, 1968.
  18. "[The Participation of Chesterfield and Sumter Counties in a Pre-Test of the 1970 U.S. Census]," [Washington, D.C.], May 12-13, 1968.
  19. "[The Presidential Power to Appoint Ambassadors and other Public Ministers of the U.S.]," [Washington, D.C.], May 19-20, 1968.
  20. "[The Implications of the French Crisis on the U.S.]," [Washington, D.C.], May 26-27, 1968.
  21. "[The Peace Talks with the North Vietnamese in Paris]," [Washington, D.C.], June 2-3, 1968.
  22. "[The United Nations Security Council's Sanctions against Rhodesia]," [Washington, D.C.], June 9-10, 1968.
  23. "The Evils of Permissiveness," [Washington, D.C.], June 12, 1968.
  24. "Gun Control Legislation," [Washington, D.C.], June 19, 1968.
  25. "Proper Gun Control," [Washington, D.C.], June 23-24, 1968.
  26. "[The Federal Jurisdiction of Gun Control]," [Washington, D.C.], June 24, 1968.
  27. "Funds for the ABM," [Washington, D.C.], June 30-July 1, 1968.
14 176

Statements 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Injustice at Justice," [Washington, D.C.], July 7-8, 1968.
  2. "Government Purchasing Peaches," [Washington, D.C.], July 11, 1968.
  3. "A New Nuclear Treaty," [Washington, D.C.], July 14-15, 1968.
  4. "How Can They Refuse?" [Washington, D.C.], July 21-22, 1968.
  5. "The Mathematics of Mixing," [Washington, D.C.], July 28-29, 1968.
  6. "[Abe Fortas and Obscenity]," [Washington, D.C.], August 5, 1968.
  7. "A Dagger Thrust," [Washington, D.C.], September 8-9, 1968.
  8. "Planning a Riot," [Washington, D.C.], September 15-16, 1968.
  9. "Aiding Corruption," [Washington, D.C.], September 22-23, 1968.
  10. "[Cutbacks in Funds for the Foreign Aid Program]," [Washington, D.C.], September 23, 1968.
  11. "The Submarine Offensive," [Washington, D.C.], September 29-30, 1968.
  12. "Confrontation in Europe," [Washington, D.C.], October 6-7, 1968.
  13. "[The Soviet Threat against West Germany]," [Washington, D.C.], October 7, 1968.
  14. "The Change is Underway," [Washington, D.C.], October 13-14, 1968.
14 177

Statements-Committee 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "H.R. 7659, [a Bill] to provide for a Mid-Decade Census of Population in the Year 1975," [Washington, D.C.], February 27, 1968.
  2. "Navy Submarine Program," Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee Hearings, [Washington, D.C.], March 15, 1968.
  3. "American University Donors," U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, [Washington, D.C.], September 13, 1968.
14 178

Statements on Senate Floor 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Proposed Travel Ban to Countries outside Western Hemisphere," January 16, 1968.
  2. "Value of Vocational Education in [the] Nation's School Systems," January 18, 1968.
  3. "The Vietnam War," January 18, 1968.
  4. "'Conscientious Defectors'," January 18, 1968.
  5. "[President Andrew Johnson's Views concerning the Civil Rights Bill of 1869]," January 18, 1968.
  6. "[The Balance of Payments Deficit America Faces]," January 18, 1968.
  7. "[The] Need for [a] Balanced Budget," January 18, 1968.
  8. "Firearms Legislation," January 23, 1968.
  9. "[The] Retirement of Congressman Robert Ashmore," January 23, 1968.
  10. "Senator Frank Carlson's 75th Birthday," January 23, 1968.
  11. "The North Korean Seizure of the USS Pueblo," January 23, 1968.
  12. "Billy Graham, The Patriot'," January 30, 1968.
  13. "[The Federal Housing Administration Advisory Council of South Carolina calls for Limiting Interest Rates of Mortgage Loans]," January 30, 1968.
  14. "[The Seizure of the USS Pueblo by the North Koreans]," January 30, 1968.
  15. A Tribute to the Founder of Bob Jones University [by his Son], January 31, 1968.
  16. "American Sky Raider Aircraft shot down near Hainan Island," February 14, 1968.
  17. "Criticism of South African Prisons by United Nations Group," February 14, 1968.
  18. "The Ratification of United Nations Conventions," February 14, 1968.
  19. "'Busing to Integrate may be Illegal'," February 14, 1968.
  20. "The Pueblo Crisis," February 14, 1968.
  21. "Russian Merchant Fleet," February 19, 1968.
  22. "Admiral Arleigh Burke's Assessment of the Vietnam War," February 19, 1968.
  23. "[The] Real Facts on [the] Vietnam War," February 19, 1968.
  24. "[The] Viet Cong Massacre of Missionaries," February 19, 1968.
  25. "[South Carolina General Assembly Concurrent Resolution calls for the Enactment of S. 1401 to provide additional Funds for the Land and Water Conservation Fund]," February 19, 1968.
  26. "Admiral [Arleigh] Burke's Views on the Pueblo and other Military Problems," February 21, 1968.
  27. "The Dispersion of U.S. Air Power," February 28, 1968.
  28. "Government Must Set Example'," February 28, 1968.
  29. "Opposing Restrictions on Pre-Trial Publicity," February 28, 1968.
  30. "George Washington," February 28, 1968.
14 179

Statements on Senate Floor 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The Shameful Sacrifice of American Lives in the Vietnam War]," March 1, 1968.
  2. "The Use of the National Guard in Civil Disturbances," March 4, 1968.
  3. "The Anti-riot Amendment to the Civil Rights Bill," March 5, 1968.
  4. "[The Report of the President's National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders]," March 13, 1968.
  5. "Introduction of [a Bill to provide] for Price Supports for U.S. Flu-Cured Tobacco through out the Marketing Season," March 13, 1968.
  6. "[Thurmond] Against [the] Removal of the Gold Cover," March 14, 1968.
  7. Regarding Speech by Senator Karl Mundt before Plenary Session of the North Atlantic Assembly [in Brussels, Belgium], March 15, 1968.
  8. "[The] Vietnam War," March 18, 1968.
  9. "[Criticism of the Report of President Johnson's National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders]," March 20, 1968.
  10. "The Off-shore Islands," March 21, 1968.
  11. "[The] Appointment of General William C. Westmoreland as Army Chief of Staff," March 22, 1968.
  12. "Money 'Crisis' Spells Bankruptcy," March 27, 1968.
  13. "Brutality, Past and Present," March 27, 1968.
  14. "U.S. Must Lead, But Can't Stand Alone," March 27, 1968.
  15. "A Civil Riots Bill," March 27, 1968.
  16. "Negotiations with the North Vietnamese," April 2, 1968.
  17. "Navy Nuclear Submarine Program," April 4, 1968.
  18. "Negotiating with the North Vietnamese," April 10, 1968.
  19. "[The] Lessons Learned from [the] Civil Disorders occurring in [the] Nation During Early April," April 18, 1968.
  20. "Cuba in the New Guard," April 19, 1968.
14 180

Statements on Senate Floor 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Riots and Law and Order," April 23, 1968.
  2. "[The] Republican Coordinating Committee Paper, 'Gradualism-Fuel of Wars'," April 24, 1968.
  3. "[The] European-Middle East Report," April 26, 1968.
  4. "Time Is Running Out on Fiscal Crisis," April 30, 1968.
  5. "The Retirement of Senator Carl Hayden," May 7, 1968.
  6. "Richard Nixon's Position on the Crime Problem," May 9, 1968.
  7. "[A] Tribute to James Elliott Williams, [U.S. Navy] Medal of Honor Winner," May 14, 1968.
  8. "Riot Insurance," May 15, 1968.
  9. "The Question of [Wilbur J. Cohen's] Confirmation as [the] Secretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare," May 15, 1968.
  10. "[The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights charges that Negroes have been Barred from Political Participation in the Southern States by actions of both Governmental Authorities and Political Parties]," May 17, 1968.
  11. "Amendment 771 to S. 917 [which opposes the use of Federal Funds to Supplement the Salaries of all local Police Officers]," May 23, 1968.
  12. "[The] Block Grant Amendment to S. 917 [which would channel Federal Funds through State Planning Agencies Created or Designated by the States]," May 23, 1968.
  13. "[The] Nixon Victory in [the] Oregon Primary," May 29, 1968.
  14. "The South Carolina General [Assembly's Concurrent Resolution Favors] Import Quotas on Evaporated and Condensed Milk," June 4, 1968.
  15. "[The] Attempted Assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy in Los Angeles, California," June 5, 1968.
  16. "[The] Appointment of General William C. Westmoreland as Chief of Staff, U.S. Army," June 6, 1968.
14 181

Statements on Senate Floor 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The] Death of Robert Melvin Hitt, Jr., [Editor of The Charleston Evening Post]," June 10, 1968.
  2. "Anticipated Cuts in [the Anti-Ballistic Missile] Funds," June 13, 1968.
  3. "Military Construction Authorization for Fiscal Year 1969," June 19, 1968.
  4. "[The] Resignation of Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren," June 21, 1968.
  5. "[The Sentinel Anti-Ballistic Missile System]," June 24, 1968.
  6. "[The] Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty," July 1, 1968.
  7. "Panama Canal: Special Report on Plowshare," July 2, 1968.
  8. "[In] Opposition to Appointments of New Chief Justice and New Court Member by President [Lyndon B.] Johnson," July 5, 1968.
  9. "'Paris Talks Worry [America's] Latin Allies'," July 11, 1968.
  10. "Panama Canal: 1968 Encyclopedia Britannica," July 20, 1968.
  11. "The National Guard Technician Bill," July 25, 1968.
  12. "[Thurmond's] Position on certain Votes," July 29, 1968.
  13. "[The Military Order of the World Wars' Resolution on the Vietnam War]", July 29, 1968.
  14. "Resolutions Adopted by the Reserve Officers Association of the U.S.," July 30, 1968.
14 182

Statements on Senate Floor 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Wave of Criminal Outbreaks," August 1, 1968.
  2. "Dean Joseph O'Meara's Introduction to a Symposium on Riots," August 1, 1968.
  3. "Past U.S. Concessions to Panama," August 9, 1968.
  4. "[The] Death of Roger Peace," September 5, 1968.
  5. "[The Military Procurement Bill, S. 3293]," September 11, 1968.
  6. "Amendment to 53633 on [Business] Licensing Provisions," September 17, 1968.
  7. "Federal Registration and Licensing of Firearms," September 18, 1968.
  8. "Findings of McNaught Survey showing Public Supports strong action in Freeing Crew of USS Pueblo," September 25, 1968.
  9. "Supreme Court Reservist Call-up stays by Justice [William O.] Douglas," September 30, 1968.
  10. "[The American Security Council's Report, 'The Will to Win: An Objective of Victory in the Cold War'],"September 30, 1968.
15 183

Statements on Senate Floor 1968 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[The] Situation in Portugal," October 1, 1968.
  2. "[Major General Maurice L. Watt's Address on the] Need to instill Americanism in Children at [the] Elementary Grade Level," October 2, 1968.
  3. "[Proposals to withhold Funds from the] Semi-Automatic Ground Environment Systems (SAGE) and the Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS)," October 2, 1968.
  4. Rebuttal to Senator Javit's Amendment to [the] Appropriations Act, October 3, 1968.
  5. "[The] Presentation of the Breeches Bible to the Smithsonian Institute," October 14, 1968.
  6. "[The] Coup in Panama," October 14, 1968.
15 184

1969 

Box Folder

Addresses 1969 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "Constructive Dissent," University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, February 8, 1969.
  2. "Objections and Answers to the Safeguard System," Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina, May 16, 1969.
  3. "[President Richard M. Nixon and Textiles]," Meeting of the South Carolina Textile Management Association, Sea Island, Georgia, May 17, 1969.
  4. "[The Conduct of US Supreme Court Associate Justice William O. Douglas]," 20th Century Reformation Hour Freedom Rally, Cape May, New Jersey, June 13, 1969.
  5. "Violence and Academic Freedom," Converse College, Spartanburg, S.C., September 22, 1969.
15 185

Press Releases 1969 

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  1. "[Thurmond Opposes Raising the Salary of the President]," [Washington, D.C.], January 15, 1969.
  2. "[Thurmond Favors Rule 22 which requires a Two-Thirds Vote to Limit Debate in the Senate]," [Washington, D.C.], January 21, 1969.
  3. [Referring to President Nixon's Press Conference Statement Concerning Textiles], [Washington, D.C.], February 6, 1969.
  4. "[The U.S. Department of Agriculture to retain the Tobacco Entomology Research Laboratory at the Pee Dee Experiment Station in Florence, South Carolina]," [Washington, D.C.], February 26, 1969.
  5. "[Thurmond Redoubles his efforts for Soybean Producers who are Faced with serious Export Problems]," [Washington, D.C.], February 27, 1969.
  6. "The Fortas Affair," Washington, D.C., May 19, 1969.
  7. "[The Nixon] Administration and Textile Import Quotas," [Washington, D.C.], May 21, 1969.
  8. "[Thurmond pleased with the way Secretary of Commerce Maurice Stans is carrying out President Nixon's Campaign Pledge to the Textile Industry]," [Washington, D.C.], June 12, 1969.
  9. "[Thurmond Defends the Main Battle Tank (MBT-70) against costly Development Charges]," [Washington, D.C.], August 8, 1969.
  10. "[Thurmond says that the US Navy needs the Nuclear Aircraft Carrier, the CVAN-69, to preserve its stature as a Fleet Second to None]," [Washington, D.C.], September 12, 1969.
  11. "[Thurmond will not surrender his right as a Citizen to own property and will ask for a Jury Decision on its true value if the Government condemns it]," [Washington, D.C.], September 14, 1969.
  12. "[Thurmond Cosponsors Legislation dealing with the treatment of American Prisoners of War by the North Vietnamese]," [Washington, D.C.], September 18, 1969.
  13. "[The Campaign of Character Assassination of Law Enforcement Officials]," [Washington, D.C.], October 13, 1969.
  14. "Supreme Court Decision concerning Desegregation in Mississippi Schools," [Washington, D.C.], October 29, 1969.
  15. "[Thurmond Presented the Distinguished Service Award by the Non-Partisan Americans for Constitutional Action (ACA)]," [Washington, D.C.], November 18, 1969.
15 186

Remarks 1969 

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  1. "Civil Affairs in the 70's," the Military Government Association Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 26, 1969.
  2. "[The Political Activities of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions in Santa Barbara, California]," Walterboro Chamber of Commerce, Walterboro, S.C., May 28, 1969.
  3. "[Competitive Bidding and Direct Sales of Tobacco]," the American Tobacco Association and the Leaf Tobacco Exporters Association, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, June 23, 1969.
  4. "Commentary on 6 Ephesians 1-20," Young Republicans' Organization Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C., September 25, 1969.
  5. "Faith and Discipline," U.S. Senate Prayer Breakfast, [Washington, D.C.], November 12, 1969.
15 187

Remarks on Senate Floor 1969 

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  1. "[The] Need for Understanding to be Incorporated into Instrument of Ratification," March 13, 1969.
  2. "Anti-War Demonstrations", October 9, 1969.
15 188

Statements 1969 

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  1. "Ring in the New," Washington, D.C., January 5-6, 1969.
  2. "[Congress Reconvenes against a background of Change]," [Washington, D.C.], January 6, 1969.
  3. "Talking about Peace," Washington, D.C., January 12-13, 1969.
  4. "Upward and Onward," Washington, D.C., January 19-20, 1969.
  5. "Invitation to Disarmament," Washington, D.C., January 26-27, 1969.
  6. "The Crime Capital," Washington, D.C., February 2-3, 1969.
  7. "[The Alarming Increase of Violent Crimes on the Streets of Washington, D.C.]," [Washington, D.C.], February 3, 1969.
  8. "The First Step," [Washington, D.C.], February 9-10, 1969.
  9. "Stability in Revolution," Washington, D.C., February 23-24, 1969.
  10. "A New Soviet ABM," Washington, D.C., March 2-3, 1969.
  11. "The President's Trip," [Washington, D.C.], March 9-10, 1969.
  12. "Revolting Students," Washington, D.C., March 17, 1969.
  13. "Boom in Bureaucracy," Washington, D.C., March 23-24, 1969.
  14. "[Otto] Otepka Vindicated," Washington, D.C., March 30-31, 1969.
  15. "Equal Employment Opportunity," Washington, D.C., April 6-7, 1969.
  16. "Academic Freedom," Washington, D.C., April 11-12, 1969.
  17. "Reversing the Flow," Washington, D.C., April 20-21, 1969.
  18. "A Friendship Corps," Washington, D.C., April 27-28, 1969.
  19. "Why We Need Safeguard," Washington, D.C., May 4-5, 1969.
  20. "[Humanist Ethics]," U.S. Senate Prayer Breakfast Group, [Washington, D.C.], May 7, 1969.
  21. "The Door to Peace," Washington, D.C., June 15-16, 1969.
  22. "East-West Trade," Washington, D.C., June 22-23, 1969.
  23. "The [Earl] Warren Retreat," Washington, D.C., June 29-30, 1969.
  24. "[The Movement to Reclaim Our American Heritage]," Charleston Patriot's Day, Charleston, S.C., July 3, 1969.
  25. "[The Growing Revolt against Obscene Materials]," [Washington, D.C.], July 6-7, 1969.
  26. "A Momentous Decision: [Deployment of the Safeguard Anti-Ballistic Missile Defense System]," Washington, D.C., August 10-11, 1969.
  27. "A Momentous Decision: [Deployment of the Safeguard Anti-Ballistic Missile Defense System]," Washington, D.C., August 11, 1969.
  28. "Introduction of [a] Resolution to Initiate [a] Program to Stop Erosion of South Carolina Beaches," [Washington, D.C.], August 27, 1969.
  29. "The Welfare Problem," Washington, D.C., September 14-15, 1969.
  30. "St. Stephens Re-diversion Project," [Washington, D.C.], September 16, 1969.
  31. "Turning Point in Vietnam," Washington, D.C., September 21-22, 1969.
  32. "Prelude to Revolution," Washington, D.C., September 28-29, 1969.
  33. "The New Shape of Politics," Washington, D.C., October 5-6, 1969.
  34. "Customs Port at Greenville-Spartanburg Airport," [Washington, D.C.], October 13, 1969.
  35. "Respect Our Flag," Washington, D.C., October 26-27, 1969.
  36. "Arms Limitation Talks," Washington, D.C., November 2-3, 1969.
  37. "[Arms Limitation Talks don't begin in a very hopeful Atmosphere]," [Washington, D.C.], November 3, 1969.
  38. "Draft Reform," Washington, D.C., November 16-17, 1969.
  39. "Senate Action on Judge [Clement F.] Haynsworth," [Washington, D.C.], November 21, 1969.
  40. "Senate Action on Judge [Clement F.] Haynsworth," [Washington, D.C.], November 21, 1969.
  41. "Our Chrome Supply," Washington, D.C., November 23-24, 1969.
  42. "[Chrome Ore and Rhodesia]," [Washington, D.C.], November 24, 1969.
  43. "[Judge Clement F. Haynsworth, Jr.]," [Washington, D.C.], December 1, 1969.
  44. "[President Nixon Bans certain types of] Chemical-Bacteriological Warfare," [Washington, D.C.], December 3, 1969.
  45. "[Strategic Defense Materials]," [Washington, D.C.], December 7-8, 1969.
  46. "[America Returns to the Mainstream of Political Thinking]," [Washington, D.C.], December 22, 1969.
15 189

Statements-Committee 1969 

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  1. "Forest Fire Protection," U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Interior Appropriations, [Washington, D.C.], April 3, 1969.
  2. "Amendment to Voting Rights Act," Constitutional Rights Subcommittee, [Washington, D.C.], July 9, 1969.
15 190

Statements on Senate Floor 1969 

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  1. "The Alarming Decline of Our Military Power," January 15, 1969.
  2. "Economic Weakness of [the] Nation," January 16, 1969.
  3. "Non-Proliferation Treaty Negotiations with [the] Soviets," January 28, 1969.
  4. "Pueblo Investigation," January 28, 1969.
  5. "Decision Time for Tactical Air Power," January 31, 1969.
  6. "Weapons Systems: A Story of Failure," January 31, 1969.
  7. "[Senator Barry Goldwater's Remarks] on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty," February 4, 1969.
  8. "[Senate Resolution 82 which opposes the pending Congressional Pay Raises]," February 4, 1969.
  9. "The Price of Power for U.S." and "The Chances for an End to the Arms Race," February 7, 1969.
  10. "Non-Proliferation Treaty Negotiations," February 17, 1969.
  11. "An Era of Permissiveness," March 21, 1969.
  12. "[Thurmond Opposes] the Army's Announcement of Restrictions on Chaplains," April 3, 1969.
  13. "Delay in District Courts," April 18, 1969.
  14. "Endorsing the Efforts of the South Carolina Jaycees," April 18, 1969.
  15. "Justice Fortas and the Wolfson Family Foundation," May 5, 1969.
  16. "Resignation of Justice [Abe] Fortas," May 15, 1969.
  17. "Dirksen Proposals on East-West Trade," May 27, 1969.
  18. "Justice [William O.] Douglas, CIA Agent," June 9, 1969.
  19. "The Nomination of Judge Warren E. Burger to be the Chief Justice of the United States," June 9, 1969.
  20. "The Withdrawal of Troops in Vietnam," June 17, 1969.
  21. "Adjustment to Outrage," June 25, 1969.
15 191

Statements on Senate Floor 1969 

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  1. "National Requirements for 'No-fault' Automobile Insurance," [July 3, 1969].
  2. "The Criticism of Our Armed Forces," [July 10, 1969].
  3. "Soviet Plans for a First Strike," July 15, 1969.
  4. "Biological Catastrophe Posed by Sea-Level Canal," July 30, 1969.
  5. "[J. Fred Buzhardt, Jr. Appointed to a Position in the Nixon Administration]," August 12, 1969.
  6. "Senate Amendment #146 to Strike Funds from Military Authorization Bill for the Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier, CVAN-69," September 12, 1969.
  7. "The Moratorium on the Withdrawal of Troops from Vietnam," October 16, 1969.
  8. "The Role of Military Preparedness and Preserving Peace in View of Recent Extensive Debate on Military Authorization Bill," October 21, 1969.
  9. "American Prisoners in Vietnam," October 27, 1969.
  10. "Opening of Panama Treaty Talks," October 28, 1969.
15 192

Statements on Senate Floor 1969 

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  1. "Byrd Amendment sense of Congress Resolution regarding Okinawa," November 5, 1969.
  2. "Death of V. Gilmore Iden, noted Writer, of Aiken, S.C.," November 10, 1969.
  3. "Military Authorization Bill for Fiscal year 1970," November 11, 1969.
  4. "The Moratorium and the International Communist Movement," November 12, 1969.
  5. "Conference Report on 1970 Fiscal Year Military Construction," November 20, 1969.
  6. "Deserters from the Army," December 3, 1969.
  7. "FY 1970 Advance Procurement Funds for Fifth DXGN," December 15, 1969.
  8. "In Support of Defense Appropriations Bill," December 15, 1969.
  9. Concerning a Letter opposing the Moratorium from a Father who lost a Son in Vietnam, December 17, 1969.
  10. Praising Senate Employees for their Work during [the] First Session of [the] 91st Congress, December 23, 1969.
15 193

1970 

Box Folder

Articles 1970 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "A Stronger South Carolina Through Two-Party Politics," Aiken County special Election Issue Distributed by Aiken County Republican Party, May, 1970.
  2. "The Soviet Higher Military Committee Meeting: 1975," Article for YAF New Guard Magazine, September, 1970.
15 194

Addresses 1970 

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  1. "[Supreme Court turned down appeals to review desegregation edicts]," Kinston Jaycees, Kinston, North Carolina, February 6, 1970.
  2. "[Introduction of Deputy Counsel Clark Mollenhoff to South Carolina Press Association]," Columbia, S.C., February 13, 1970.
  3. "[Discussing some of the urgent problems that face the nation]," Sea Island, Georgia, May 15, 1970.
  4. "[Presenting Jim Henderson with the 'Salesman of the Year Award'],"Greenville, S.C., May 18, 1970.
  5. "[Discussing some of the urgent problems that face the nation]," Cape May, New Jersey, June 12, 1970.
  6. "A Very Practical Religion," Washington, D.C., August, 1970.
  7. "[America Stands on the Brink of a Decisive Period in History (Communism)]," Miami, Florida, August 17, 1970.
15 195

Addresses 1970 

Scope and Contents note

  1. "[Future of the anti-Communist countries], World Anti-Communist League World Rally, Tokyo, Japan, September 20, 1970.
  2. "[Christening of ship named the Spartanburg County]," San Diego, California, November 7, 1970.
  3. "Myths and Realities" [Accepting Honorary Degree for the California Graduate School of Theology], Los Angeles, California, November 9, 1970.
  4. "[Forging Industry]," New Orleans, Louisiana, November 16, 1970.
  5. "The Southern Strategy" [40th Anniversary celebration of the National Economic Council], New York, New York, December 3, 1970.
  6. "The Search for Standards," Senate Prayer Breakfast Group, [Washington D.C.], December 9, 1970.
  7. "[The problems of consumerism]," Bal Harbor, Florida, December 14, 1970.
16 196

Press Releases 1970 (January 6, 1970-May 6, 1970) 

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  1. "[Appointment of the William A. 'Bill' Pollack as District Manager of the Florence Office for the 1970 census]," [Washington D.C.], January 6, 1970.
  2. "[Appointment of James M. Dorn as District Manager of the Charleston Office for the 1970 census]," [Washington D.C.], January 7, 1970.
  3. "[Secretary Hardin appoints members to the Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service in South Carolina," [Washington D.C.], January 12, 1970.
  4. "[Enjoining the IRS from granting tax exempt status to private schools in Mississippi and deadline for desegregation of public schools," [Washington D.C.], January 14, 1970.
  5. "[Support the nomination of Judge G. Harrold Carswell for the Supreme Court]," [Washington D.C], January 19, 1970.
  6. "[Air Force Thunderbirds and the Army Golden Nights have been obtained for the Tricentennial celebration in Charleston]," [Washington D.C.], January 19, 1970.
  7. "[Thurmond attacked the recent school integration rulings of the Supreme Court]," [Washington D.C.], January 21, 1970.
  8. "[Praising the President's State of the Union Address]," [Washington D.C], January 22, 1970.
  9. "[Thurmond strongly advocates passage of the Controlled Dangerous Substances Act]," [Washington D.C.], January 26, 1970.
  10. "[Endorsing the nomination of Judge Harrold Carswell to the Supreme Court]," [Washington D.C.], January 28, 1970.
  11. "[Support for Congressman Albert Watson on the current school crisis]," [Washington D.C.], January 30, 1970.
  12. "[Hopeful for Cabinet-level study for Southern school integration]," [Washington D.C.], February 2, 1970.
  13. "[David Sennema, Executive Director of the South Carolina Arts Commission, testified on behalf of legislation that would extend the life of the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities]," [Washington D.C.], February 3, 1970.
  14. "[Judiciary Committee has completed hearings on the appointment of Judge G. Harrold Carlswell to the Supreme Court]," [Washington D.C.], February 3, 1970.
  15. "[Vice President and Mrs. Spiro Agnew accepts invitation to attend the Edgefield County Tri-Centennial]," [Washington D.C.], February 5, 1970.
  16. "[Appalachian Regional Commission approved grant for continuation and expansion of speech and hearing services in six South Carolina counties]," [Washington D.C.], February 9, 1970.
  17. "[Thurmond selected to serve on joint study on attack aircraft carrier]," [Washington D.C.], February 9, 1970.
  18. "[Thurmond opposes the so-called Scott-Hart compromise on the Voting Rights Bill]," [Washington D.C.], February 11, 1970.
  19. "[Department of the Army will establish Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps units at high schools in Lancaster and Kerhaw, South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], February 12, 1970.
  20. "[Letter from Philip C. Habib to Senator Thurmond about support for the mission of the United States Delegation at the Paris meetings on Vietnam]," [Washington D.C.], February 12, 1970.
  21. "[Support for SC Representative Watson as candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor]," [Washington D.C.], February 13, 1970.
  22. "[Encouraged by President Nixon's statement on school desegregation]," [Washington D.C.], February 13, 1970.
  23. "Stolen Documents," [Washington D.C.], February 13, 1970.
  24. "[Co-sponsoring of Freedom of Choice Amendment]," [Washington D.C.], February 16, 1970.
  25. "[Thurmond to co-sponsor three amendments to the Health, Education and Welfare appropriations bill concerning school desegregation policies]," [Washington D.C.], February 16, 1970.
  26. "[Pleased that Leon Panetta has been fired as head of the HEW Civil Rights Office]," [Washington D.C.], February 17, 1970.
  27. "[Anti-riot Amendment that Thurmond co-sponsored has resulted in conviction of five of the defendents in the Chicago riot trial]," [Washington D.C.], February 18, 1970.
  28. "[Favorable vote on the amendment requiring equal treatment for school segregation in both the North and the South]," [Washington D.C.], February 18, 1970.
  29. "[Thurmond visited with President Nixon on issues of school desegregation and textile imports]," [Washington D.C.], February 19, 1970.
  30. "[Jack E. Ravan appointed to the Coastal Plains Regional Commission in Washington D.C.]," [Washington D.C.], February 24, 1970.
  31. "[Commenting on considered changes to the Voting Rights Law before the Constitutional Rights Subcommittee hearings]," [Washington D.C.], February 25, 1970.
  32. "[15.6 billion airport improvement bill passes in Senate today]," [Washington D.C.], February 26, 1970.
  33. "[Commenting on Senate action opposing freedom of choice amendments in the HEW appropriations bill]," [Washington D.C.], February 28, 1970.
  34. "[In support of amendments which would prevent the Department of Health, Education and Welfare from withholding funds from districts with freedom of choice]," [Washington D.C.], February 28, 1970.
  35. "[Pleased to learn of formation of partnership between Allied Chemical and Gulf Oil for the construction of a nuclear fuel recovery plant at Barnwell]," [Washington D.C.], March 2, 1970.
  36. "[Opposed to the extension of the present Voting Rights Act]," [Washington D.C.], March 4, 1970.
  37. "[Attack of school bus in South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], March 5, 1970.
  38. "[Threat of violence from three students during address at University of New Mexico]," [Washington D.C.], March 6, 1970.
  39. "[Saddened by Department of State plans to close the American Consulate in Salisbury, Rhodesia]," [Washington D.C.], March 9, 1970.
  40. "[Department of Defense is requesting over $23 million for the Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force construction projects for South Carolina in 1971]," For Sumter Newspaper, [Washington D.C.], March 10, 1970.
  41. "[Thurmond working to secure authorization of $23 million for the Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force construction projects for South Carolina in 1971], [Washington D.C.], March 10, 1970.
  42. "[Department of Defense is requesting over $23 million for the Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force construction projects for South Carolina in 1971]," For Myrtle Beach Newspaper, [Washington D.C.], March 10, 1970.
  43. "[Announcing appointment of Charles B. Reid to position of Farmer Fieldman (District Director) with the South Carolina Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service]," [Washington D.C.], March 10, 1970.
  44. "[Thurmond's concerns over the lowering of the voting age before the Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments hearings]," [Washington D.C.], March 10, 1970.
  45. "[George E. Huey has been selected to direct activities of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Soil Conservation Service in South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], March 12, 1970.
  46. "[Army will establish a Junior ROTC unit at the Airport High School in West Columbia, South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], March 12, 1970.
  47. "[Thurmond pleased that the Bureau of the Budget to release $200,000 for re-diversion of the Cooper River]," [Washington D.C], March 12, 1970.
  48. "[Astronaut Pete Conrad to appear at the Tricentennial Celebration in Charleston]," [Washington D.C.], March 13, 1970.
  49. "[Thurmond pleased at the action of the Supreme Court in the Charlotte case]," [Washington D.C.], March 16, 1960.
  50. "[Thurmond asked White House for early release of the fourth quarter Emergency Credit Revolving Funds to aid farmers in South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], March 20, 1970.
  51. "[Mrs. Sidney S. Stokes appointed to the Defense Advisory Commission on Women in the Services]," [Washington D.C.], March 20, 1970.
  52. "[Thurmond spoke on the Senate Floor deploring the tactics of postal workers in refusing to deliver mail in various sections of the country], [Washington D.C.], March 20, 1970.
  53. "[$73,000 has been approved for the construction of an Organizational Maintenance Shop in Lancaster]," [Washington D.C.], March 23, 1970.
  54. "[527th Air Force Band will participate in the Annual Gala Homecoming Festival in Chester]," [Washington D.C.], March 23, 1970.
  55. "[The Bureau of Budget has allotted $107,539.00 for the South Carolina VA Hospitals in Columbia and Charleston]," [Washington D.C.], March 24, 1970.
  56. "[Thurmond telegrams Secretary of Agriculture urging release of additional Agricultural Conservation program funds for the State of South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], March 24, 1970.
  57. "[Marion H. Smoak has been appointed Deputy Chief of Protocol]," [Washington D.C.], March 25, 1970.
  58. "[Tighter controls needed to avoid producing weapons systems before research and development is completed]," [Washington D.C.], March 26, 1970.
  59. "[Confirming of Judge Carswell as a Supreme Court Judge]," [Washington D.C.], March 26, 1970.
  60. "[Department of Agriculture released $300,000 in additional funds for the Agricultural Conservation Program in South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], April 1, 1970.
  61. "[Controversy arisen over plans to located a BASF plant in Beaufort County]," [Washington D.C.], April 2, 1970.
  62. "[Nomination of Judge Harold Carswell to Supreme Court]," [Washington D.C.], April 6, 1970.
  63. "[Opposition to the reversion of Okinawa to Japan voiced in speech on Senate floor]," [Washington D.C.], April 7, 1970.
  64. "[Governor McNair 'shocked' over Thurmond's request for studies of the Beaufort County area for the proposed BASF plant]," [Washington D.C.], April 7, 1970.
  65. "[Liberal element defeated nomination of Judge Carswell to Supreme Court]," [Washington D.C.], April 8, 1970.
  66. "[Nixon to nominate a non-Southerner to fill the vacancy in the Supreme Court]," [Washington D.C.], April 9, 1970.
  67. "[Peter W. Lempesis appointed to Administrative Assistant to the Marshal in Columbia, S.C.]," [Washington D.C.], April 9, 1970.
  68. "[Action urged to prevent Hanoi's inhumane treatment of prisoners of war in North Vietnam]," [Washington D.C.], April 9, 1970.
  69. "[704th Tactical Air Support Squadron at the Shaw Air Force Base will begin to receive their o-2 A aircraft this month]," [Washington D.C.], April 13, 1970.
  70. "[Navy will establish Naval Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corp Units at S.C. High Schools]," [Washington D.C.], April 13, 1970.
  71. "[Plea on behalf of families of prisoners of war]," [Washington D.C.], April 15, 1970.
  72. "[Discussing the sea-level canal plan reported by a group of science advisors to the National Academy of Sciences]," [Washington D.C.], April 15, 1970.
  73. "[Praising Chief Justice Burger for efforts to improve the many problems facing the judicial system]," [Washington D.C.], April 15, 1970.
  74. "[Thurmond called upon the administration to restore the funds required to maintain the United States Coast Guard Reserve]," [Washington D.C.], April 15, 1970.
  75. "[Safe return of Apollo 13]," [Washington D.C.], April 17, 1970.
  76. "[Vice President Spiro Agnew to speak in Edgefield]," [Washington D.C.], April 17, 1970 (2 copies).
  77. "[Thurmond speaks with Mrs. Jane Denton and Mrs. Katherine Plowman about the treatment of prisoners in North Vietnam]," [Washington D.C.], April 17, 1970.
  78. "[Congressional Medal of Honor awarded posthumously to PFC Ralph Johnson]," [Washington D.C.], April 23, 1970.
  79. "[Interstate Commerce Commission scheduling investigation regarding the decision to discontinue passenger rail service between Florence and Augusta]," [Washington D.C.], April 27, 1970.
  80. "[Marshal J. Parker appointed to be Associate Administrator of the Small Business Administration for Procurement and Management Assistance]," [Washington D.C.], April 29, 1970.
  81. "[President Nixon supported freedom of choice]," [Washington D.C.], April 29, 1970.
  82. "[Confirmation of Judge Blackman for Supreme Court Justice]," [Washington D.C.], April 29, 1970.
  83. "[Judge Blackman's appointment to the Supreme Court]," [Washington D.C.], May 1, 1970.
  84. "[Chairman of Senate Government Operations Committee contacted for opinion on 2487 acres of land in Barnwell County to be used for development of an industrial park]," [Washington D.C.], May 1, 1970.
  85. "[Nixon's operation against the North Vietnamese sanctuaries]," [Washington D.C.], May 5, 1970.
  86. "[Bill introduced that would take away Supreme Court's power to rule on cases involving decisions of our public schools]," [Washington D.C.], May 6, 1970.
16 197

Press Releases (May 7, 1970-July 17, 1970) 

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  1. "[Kent State Tragedy]", [Washington D.C.], May 7, 1970.
  2. "[Continued efforts to provide documentation on military weapon systems in preparation for the forthcoming Senate debate on military procurement]," [Washington D.C.], May 7, 1970.
  3. "[Calling for immediate prosecution of Jerry Rubin]," [Washington D.C.], May 8, 1970.
  4. "[In favor of Mills Bill to restrict the import of textile and leather goods]," [Washington D.C.], May 1, 1970.
  5. "[Calling for government investigation of a project sponsored by Princeton University]," [Washington D.C.], May 13, 1970.
  6. "[Nixon expresses gratitude for Senator's support of policy being pursued in Southeast Asia]," [Washington D.C.], May 13, 1970.
  7. "[Tribute to the Armed Forces in the Senate]," [Washington D.C.], May 13, 1970.
  8. "[Cooper-Church Amendment on Cambodia would be a 'tragic mistake']," [Washington D.C.], May 14, 1970.
  9. "[Atomic Energy Commission to issue license authorizing Carolina Power and Light Company to operate its nuclear plant]," [Washington D.C.], May 15, 1970.
  10. "[Thurmond acted at Chairman of a Special Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Schools]," [Washington D.C.], May 19, 1970.
  11. "[Thurmond named member of the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly]," [Washington D.C.], May 19, 1970.
  12. "[Announcing positions available in agencies in Washington D.C. for qualified attorneys]," [Washington D.C.], May 27, 1970.
  13. "[Necessity in securing adequate transportation for tomato crops]," [Washington D.C.], May 28, 1970.
  14. "[Signed letter in support of United States providing Israel with the aircraft so urgently needed in its defense]," [Washington D.C.], June 2, 1970.
  15. "[The Inman Times observing its golden anniversary of continued publication]," [Washington D.C.], June 3, 1970.
  16. "[Mr. Anthony H. Harrigan, III served as an intern during the month of May]," [Washington D.C.], June 4, 1970.
  17. "[Mr. Robert Drake served as intern during the month of May]," [Washington D.C.], June 4, 1970.
  18. "[Mr. Charles Whetstone served as intern during the month of May]," [Washington D.C.], June 4, 1970.
  19. "[Mr. William Cooner served as intern during the month of May]," [Washington D.C.], June 4, 1970.
  20. "[Thurmond praised the National Guard for its role to help law and order officials as directed by State governors]," [Washington D.C.], June 4, 1970.
  21. "[Cited thread to Japanese imports to the American wool industry]," [Washington D.C.], June 8, 1970.
  22. "[Praise for Senator Paul Fannin for his leadership in opposition to a postal reform legislation to allow "union shop"]," [Washington D.C.], June 9, 1970.
  23. "[Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure held hearings on planning and implementation of the federal response to the May 9th anti-war demonstration]," [Washington D.C.], June 10, 1970.
  24. "[Dismissal of Dr. James Allen as U.S. Commissioner of Education]," [Washington D.C.], June 10, 1970.
  25. "[Rejecting Byrd Amendment to the Cooper-Church Amendment]," [Washington D.C.], June 11, 1970.
  26. "[Five South Carolina colleges and universities will receive grants totaling $245,000]," [Washington D.C.], June 11, 1970.
  27. "[Chesterfield-Marlboro Economic Opportunity Council to receive a grant totaling $97,000]," [Washington D.C.], June 12, 1970.
  28. "[College of Charleston to receive a grant totaling $294,365]," [Washington D.C.], June 12, 1970.
  29. "[Edgefield County Water and Sewer Authority to receive a grant totaling $1,690,000]," [Washington D.C.], June 12, 1970.
  30. "[State of South Carolina will receive a grant totaling $29,400]," [Washington D.C.], June 12, 1970.
  31. "[South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program will receive a grant totaling $102,721]," [Washington D.C.], June 12, 1970.
  32. "[South Carolina Department of Mental Retardation will receive a grant totaling $8,569]," [Washington D.C.], June 12, 1970.
  33. "[Amendment introduced to enable U.S. to provide International Fighter aircraft to Thailand]," [Washington D.C.], June 16, 1970.
  34. "[Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps unit will be established at the Citadel]," [Washington D.C.], June 17, 1970.
  35. "[Mrs. Mary Ann Overcash nominated for the 'Woman of Conscience 1970' award]," [Washington D.C.], June 17, 1970.
  36. "[Statement regarding President Nixon's report to the Nation on the economy]," [Washington D.C.], June 17, 1970.
  37. "[Reference action of Senate Armed Services Committee in approving modified Anti-Ballistic Missile program]," [Washington D.C.], June 17, 1970.
  38. "[Reference Dominick Amendment to foreign military sales act]," [Washington D.C.], June 17, 1970.
  39. "[Senate Armed Services Committee reported the 1971 Military Authorization Bill with the Thurmond Amendment as part of the legislation]," [Washington D.C.], June 18, 1970.
  40. "[National Association of Coordinators of State Programs for the Mentally Retarded will receive a grant totaling $54,664]," [Washington D.C], June 18, 1970.
  41. "['Disservice' of advice given to President in respect to the Mills Bill]," [Washington D.C.], June 19, 1970.
  42. "[Reference guidelines on questions relating to tax exemption and political activities statement of the American Council on Education], " [Washington D.C.], [June 21, 1970].
  43. "[Tax exemption for serviceman engaged in combat in Cambodia and Laos]," [Washington D.C.], June 22, 1970.
  44. "[Reference Passage of the Byrd Amendment to the Foreign Military Sales Act]," [Washington D.C.], June 22, 1970.
  45. "[John Tiller requested to serve as member of the Advisory Committee on State and Private Forestry], [Washington D.C.], June 23, 1970.
  46. "[David S. Williamson appointed Director of Atlanta Field Office of the U.S. Department of Commerce]," [Washington D.C.], June 23, 1970.
  47. "[Urging Senate to eliminate Section 10 of the bill to amend the Foreign Military Sales Act]," [Washington D.C.], June 24, 1970.
  48. "[Reference Section 211 of H.R. 16916]," [Washington D.C.], June 24, 1970.
  49. "[Urging prompt action to be taken on Mills Bill]," [Washington D.C.], June 24, 1970.
  50. "[Praise for Nixon's recommending legislation to curb excessive textile imports]," [Washington D.C.], June 25, 1970.
  51. "[Applauded Senate today for defeating the Hartke Amendment to the Foreign Military Sales Act]," [Washington D.C.], June 29, 1970.
  52. "[Co-sponsoring measure to suspend the last pay raise for Senators and Congressmen]," [Washington D.C.], June 29, 1970.
  53. "[Cooper-Church Amendment passage]," [Washington D.C.], June 30, 1970.
  54. "[Opposition to the Postal Reform Bill]," [Washington D.C.], June 30, 1970.
  55. "[Congress thwarting sound fiscal policy for country]," [Washington D.C.], June 30, 1970.
  56. "[Opposition to passage of Foreign Military Sales Act]," [Washington D.C.], June 30, 1970.
  57. "[Mr. Sam Reed to serve on the Soil and Water Conservation Commission of the Department of Agriculture]," [Washington D.C.], July 2, 1970.
  58. "[Urging United States Cotton Classing office to remain in Columbia, S.C.]," [Washington D.C.], July 6, 1970.
  59. "[Mr. Earl J. Bedenbaugh appointed member of South Carolina Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Committee]," [Washington D.C.], July 7, 1970.
  60. "[Senate Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures heard testimony on amendments to the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968]," [Washington D.C.], July 7, 1970.
  61. "[Moving of Cotton Closing Office from Columbia, S.C. to Charlotte, N.C.]," [Washington D.C.], July 8, 1970.
  62. "[Increase appropriations for direct loans of the Farmers Home Administration from $83 million to $123 million]," [Washington D.C.], July 8, 1970.
  63. "[Modernization and expansion of the Columbia VA Hospital]," [Washington D.C], July 9, 1970.
  64. "[Civil Rights Division of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare rufused to agree on school plans for ten districts in South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], July 9, 1970.
  65. "[Re-establishing an Army Reserves Unit on Capitol Hill for Members of Congress who are Army Reservists]," [Washington D.C.], July 14, 1970.
  66. "[IRS assuring that private schools awaiting approval of tax exempt status]," [Washington D.C.], July 15, 1970.
  67. "[Justice Department filing suit against 10 South Carolina School Districts]," [Washington D.C.], July 17, 1970.
16 198

Press Releases (July 20, 1970-December 15, 1970) 

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  1. "[President reversed Justice Department's decision to send lawyers and marshals to South over school desegregation]," [Washington D.C.], July 20, 1970.
  2. "[Goldwater misquoted about statement regarding Senator Thurmond]," [Washington D.C.], July 24, 1970.
  3. "[$19.2 billion military hardware bill debated on Senate floor]," [Washington D.C.], July 24, 1970.
  4. "[Air Force activating new Air Force Reserve Squadron at Charleston Air Force Base]," [Washington D.C.], July 24, 1970.
  5. "[Aiken suffers severe rain storms]," [Washington D.C.], July 24, 1970.
  6. "[Upgrading law enforcement facilities and programs]," [Washington D.C.], July 30, 1970.
  7. "[Calling for President to review authority over import of excessive textile and apparel imports]," [Washington D.C.], August 1, 1970.
  8. "[Pleased Nixon to nominated J. Fred Buzhardt to General Counsel of the Defense Department]," [Washington D.C.], August 5, 1970.
  9. "[A Patchwork of Poems about South Carolina presented to Thurmond]," [Washington D.C.], August 7, 1970.
  10. "[Voting age changed]," [Washington D.C.], August 10, 1970.
  11. "[Urging defeat of the Cooper-Hart Amendment]," [Washington D.C.], August 10, 1970.
  12. "[Federal judges issue decisions on school desegregation]," [Washington D.C.], August 14, 1970.
  13. "[Adoption of the Brooke Amendment]," [Washington D.C.], August 19, 1970.
  14. "[Opposing amendment to cut all appropriations to the Subversive Activities Control Board]," [Washington D.C.], August 24, 1970.
  15. "[Opposing the Hatfield All-Volunteer Army Amendment]," [Washington D.C.], August 25, 1970.
  16. "[Co-sponsoring a resolution to investigate the shortage of coal in the U.S.]," [Washington D.C.], August 25, 1970.
  17. "[Textile import quotas]," [Washington D.C.], August 25, 1970.
  18. "[Senate rejected amendment that would have jeopardized the Air Force C-5A program]," [Washington D.C.], August 26, 1970.
  19. "[Senate rejected percentage cut of defense budget]," [Washington D.C.], August 28, 1970.
  20. "[Hearings on 'energy shortages and blackouts']," [Washington D.C.], August 31, 1970.
  21. "[Urge to reject the 'end the war amendment']," [Washington D.C.], August 31, 1970.
  22. "[Co-sponsoring bill to double authorizations for water and sewer grants], [Washington D.C.], September 1, 1970.
  23. "[Defeat by Senate of the McGovern-Hatfield so-called end the war amendment]," [Washington D.C.], September 1, 1970.
  24. "[Nixon commends Thurmond's contributions to nation's defense]," [Washington D.C.], September 2, 1970.
  25. "[Final passage of fiscal year 1971 Military Procurement Bill by Senate]," [Washington D.C.], September 2, 1970.
  26. "[Attacking the proposed Constitutional amendment providing for direct popular election of the president]," [Washington D.C.], September 9, 1970.
  27. "[Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education case]," [Washington D.C.], September 12, 1970.
  28. "[Thumond named to Senate conferees on the $20 million military procurement bill]," [Washington D.C.], September 15, 1970.
  29. "Thurmond calls for Japanese to share defense burden", [Washington D.C.], September 20, 1970.
  30. "[Passage of bill designed to protect citizens from unsolicited pornographic advertisements]," [Washington D.C.], September 23, 1970.
  31. "[Senate Armed Services Committee approved projects for military construction]," [Washington D.C.], September 24, 1970.
  32. "[House democratic leadership blocking consideration of the vital textile import quota legislation]," [Washington D.C.], September 24, 1970.
  33. "[World Anti-Communist League meeting in Tokyo, Japan]," [Washington D.C.], September 24, 1970.
  34. "[Planning and Research Division of the Export-Import Bank study on the impact of the Bank's operation in South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], September 25, 1970.
  35. "[Concerns over Cuba]," [Washington D.C.], September 25, 1970.
  36. "[Meeting over textile import quota legislation]," [Washington D.C.], September 25, 1970.
  37. "[Tobacco crop in South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], September 29, 1970.
  38. "[Thurmond awarded Watchdog of the Treasury Award]," [Washington D.C.], September 29, 1970.
  39. "[Concern of Senate passage of the Equal Employment Opportunities Enforcement Act]," [Washington D.C.], October 1, 1970.
  40. "[Support of Albert Watson for Governor of South Carolina]," [Washington D.C.], October 1, 1970.
  41. "[New York state's anti-busing law judged unconstitutional]," [Washington D.C.], October 2, 1970.
  42. "[Thurmond named as conferee on $1.6 billion military construction authorization bill]," [Washington D.C.], October 2, 1970.
  43. "['Mills Bill' as amendment to Social Security legislation]," [Washington D.C.], October 2, 1970.
  44. "[Military Conference Committee approved funds in military construction in South Carolina for FY 1971]," [Washington D.C.], October 7, 1970.
  45. "[Ability grouping allowed for public school children]," [Washington D.C.], October 8, 1970.
  46. "[Urging approval of amendments to the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act]," [Washington D.C.], October 8, 1970.
  47. "[Senate Finance Committee to hold hearings on foreign textile import quota legislation]," [Washington D.C.], October 8, 1970.
  48. "[Senate passed bill to strengthen laws on the illegal use, transportation or possession of explosives]," [Washington D.C.], October 8, 1970.
  49. "[Testimony before Senate Finance Committee on Trade Bill]," [Washington D.C.], October 9, 1970.
  50. "[Granting textile industry relief]," [Washington D.C.], October 9, 1970.
  51. "[Japanese proposal to limit textile shipments to this country]," [Washington D.C.], October 10, 1970.
  52. "[Testified in support of textile industry]," [Washington D.C.], October 12, 1970.
  53. "[Senate defeated constitutional amendment returning operation of schools to states and freedom of choice the law of the land]," [Washington D.C.], October 12, 1970.
  54. "[Air Force to assign two RF-4 squadrons to Shaw AFB this fall]," [Washington D.C.], October 13, 1970.
  55. "[Resolution repudiating the report of Commission on Obscenity and Pornography approved]," [Washington D.C.], October 13, 1970.
  56. "Thurmond says U.S. must stop base in Cuba", [Washington D.C.], October 13, 1970.
  57. "Thurmond asks [Senator] Kennedy to investigate pornography commission", [Washington D.C.], October 14, 1970.
  58. "[Senate passes Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1969]," [Washington D.C.], November 1, 1970.
  59. "Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) reference 1970 election results in South Carolina", [Washington D.C.], November 4, 1970.
  60. "[Thurmond returns after speaking tour of six college campuses]," [Washington D.C.], November 17, 1970.
  61. "[Discussing Child Care center in Aiken, S.C.]," [Washington D.C.], November, 18, 1970.
  62. "[Mr. Nelson Brown promoted to Staff Assistant in the Senator's Washington D.C. office]," [Washington D.C.], November 19, 1970.
  63. "[Civil Service Summer Employment Examination required for summer employment with government]," [Washington D.C.], November 19, 1970.
  64. "[Senate approved deletion of Section 208 of the Labor-HEW Appropriations Bill]," [Washington D.C.], November 21, 1970.
  65. "[Air Force will activate Detachment 2 of the 557th Civil Engineering Squadron this month at Shaw AFB]," [Washington D.C.], November 23, 1970.
  66. "[Thurmond named American Father of the Korean dance troupe 'Little Angels']," [Washington D.C.], November 30, 1970.
  67. "[Cable sent to North Vietnamese President Ton Duc Thang about release of U.S. Servicemen held as prisoners]," [Washington D.C.], November 30, 1970.
  68. "[Senate Finance Committee voted to retain the Textile Bill as an amendment to the Social Security legislation]," [Washington D.C.], November 30, 1970.
  69. "[Young American Medal for Bravery awarded posthumously to the parents of John N. Caruso, Jr.]," [Washington D.C.], [c. December, 1970].
  70. "[Young American Medal for Bravery presentation]," [Washington D.C.], December 3, 1970.
  71. "[Urging Senate to reject an amendment to the Shop Loan Bill]," [Washington D.C.], December 4, 1970.
  72. "[Considering the Textile Bill]," [Washington D.C.], December 9, 1970.
  73. "[Thurmond cancelled appearance before the Annual Recognition Dinner, Greenville County District, Boy Scouts of America]," [Washington D.C.], December 9, 1970.
  74. "[Thurmond expressed pleasure that the Senate adopted amendment to increase the federal share of the costs for multiple purpose hurricane protection-beach erosion control projects]," [Washington D.C.], December 9, 1970.
  75. "[Support for the Trade Bill as it was reported from the Senate Finance Committee to the Senate]," [Washington D.C.], December 10, 1970.
  76. "[Mr. Bart Cain presents oil painting to Senator and Mrs. Thurmond]," [Washington D.C.], December 15, 1970.
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 Subseries C Post-1983 (1983-2002) 

1983 

Box Folder

Actuals 1983 

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  1. With his Wife, Nancy, to Promote the Ninth Annual Handicapped Citizen's Day at the Columbia, South Carolina Riverbanks Zoo on April, 14, Recorded in Washington, D.C., April 5, 1983.
  2. Concerning Armed Forces Week for the Charleston Trident Chamber of Commerce, April 23, 1983.
  3. Concerning the Secretary of Agriculture's Decision to Grant Federal Assistance to South Carolina Peach Farmers, May 26, 1983.
  4. Concerning Memorial Day, May 27, 1983.
  5. Concerning the MX Missile. Recorded in Washington, D.C. for Operation Airwaves, June 20, 1983.
  6. Concerning 'Hooper's War on Cancer,' for WESC-Radio in Greenville, South Carolina, Recorded in Washington, D.C., August 10, 1983.
  7. On Labor Day Holiday, August 31, 1983.
  8. Regarding Legislation Addressing the Illegal Drug Problem in America, Recorded for Operation Air-Waves of the Republican Conference, September 22, 1983.
  9. Concerning the New Charleston Waterfront Park, Recorded in Washington for WTMA-Radio, Charleston, South Carolina, October, 1983.
  10. Concerning the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1983, Recorded for Operation Airwave of the Senate Republican Conference, October, 1983.
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Addresses January 9, 1983-February 16, 1983 

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  1. Dedication of the New National Guard Armory in Newberry, South Carolina, Sunday, January 9, 1983
  2. At the Annual Meeting of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Greenville, South Carolina, January 13, 1983
  3. Dedication of the New National Guard Armory in Cheraw, South Carolina. Sunday, January 16, 1983
  4. To theConference on Consumer Dispute Resolution, Washington D.C., at L'Enfant Plaza Hotel, on January 17, 1983.
  5. Dedication of Columbia Metropolitan Airport as an Official U.S. Port of Entry, Columbia Metropolitan Airport, Columbia, South Carolina. Friday, January 21, 1983
  6. To the Political Action Committee of the Beech Aircraft Corporation, Activity Center, O.A. Beech Gallery, Wichita, Kansas, January 24, 1983
  7. To the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition, Washington, D.C. Hyatt Regency Hotel, Capitol Room. Thursday, February 10, 1983
  8. To the Cobb County Republican Party's President's Day Dinner, Marriott Hotel, Marietta, Georgia, February 11, 1983
  9. To the Forum Luncheon, Washington, D.C., United States Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday, February 16, 1983
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Addresses February 24, 1983-May 16, 1983 

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  1. Before the American Legion Auxiliary, International Ballroom East, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C., February 24, 1983
  2. To the American Association of Textile Chemists, Regency Hyatt, Greenville, South Carolina, February 25, 1983
  3. To the American Textile Manufacturers Institute Annual Meeting, Marco Island, Florida, Marco Beach Marriott, Friday, March 16, 1983
  4. Upon Receiving the Distinguished American Award of Sales and Marketing Executives International of Washington, D.C. Capitol Hill Hyatt Regency Hotel. Saturday, March 26, 1983
  5. Before the Potato Chip and Snack Food Association, Washington, D.C., Hyatt Regency Hotel, Yellowstone Room. Tuesday, April 19, 1983
  6. To the United States Capitol Police Class #61. Friday, May 6, 1983, Room 2141 Rayburn House Office Building.
  7. To the Spartanburg Development Association, Spartanburg, South Carolina, Sheraton International. May 16, 1983
1 3

Addresses May 23, 1983-November 15, 1983 

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  1. Veterans Employment and Training Conference, HyattRegency, Washington, May 23, 1983
  2. To the Governmental Affairs Program of the Liberty Corporation, Greenville, South Carolina. June 3, 1983
  3. Before the South Carolina National Guard Association, Hyatt Hotel, Greenville, South Carolina, June 4, 1983
  4. Before Representatives of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), Washington, D.C., Four Seasons Hotel, Le Petit Champs Room. Wednesday, July 13, 1983
  5. At the Annual Meeting of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, Marriott Hotel, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. August 5, 1983
  6. Before the South Carolina Magistrates Association, Mills House, Charleston, South Carolina, September 10, 1983
  7. Before theNational Legislative Conference on the International Chiropractors Association and the American Chiropractic Association Upon Receiving their First Legislative Leadership Award, Washington, D.C., Quality Inn on Capitol Hill, September 14, 1983.
  8. Before the National Black Republican Council in SR-385, 4:00 p.m. September 19, 1983.
  9. To the 81st Annual Meeting of the America Automobile Association, Washington, D.C., Sheraton, Washington Hotel, Cotillion Room. Wednesday, October 5, 1983
  10. At the Annual Report to the People, Tri-County Technical College, Pendleton, South Carolina, October 10, 1983.
  11. Keynote Address by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Fall Management Conference of the North Carolina Savings and Loan League, Raleigh, North Carolina, Radisson Hotel. October 17, 1983.
  12. At the Annual Meeting of the South Carolina Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, Fort Jackson Officer's Club, Fort Jackson, South Carolina, October 27, 1983 (2 copies)
  13. At the Ceremony to Present Admiral Hyman G. Rickover with a Special Gold Medal from the United States Congress, the Capitol Building, National Statuary Hall, Washington, D.C., November 1, 1983
  14. At the Fifth Interservice Industry Training Equipment Conference Banquet, Washington Hilton Hotel, International Ballroom, November 15, 1983
1 4

Articles 1983 

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  1. For publication in the New York Times Newspaper, concerning the Law Conferring Jurisdiction on the U.S. Court of Claims to Hear Tris Damage Cases, January 7, 1983.
  2. [Civil Defense] for the initial issue of Emergency Management Review scheduled for publication in October, 1983.
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Press Releases January 3, 1983-June 13, 1983 

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  1. [Concluded a tour of U.S. Military facilities in Germany], Washington, D.C, January 3, 1983.
  2. [Annual meeting of the Congressional Delegation of South Carolina], Washington, D.C, January 4, 1983.
  3. [Re-introduce a proposed constitutional amendment requiring a balanced federal budget], Washington, D.C, January 4, 1983.
  4. [Announced appointments to the State Selection Committee for Youth for Understanding], Washington, D.C, January 6, 1983.
  5. [Nation's first Nuclear Waste Policy Act was signed into law], Washington, D.C, January 7, 1983.
  6. [U.S. Representative Margaret Heckler appointed as new Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services], Washington, D.C, January 12, 1983.
  7. [Suspending Trade Talks with the Peoples of the Republic of China], Washington, D.C., January 13, 1983.
  8. [Reagan to veto a package of anti-crime amendments (HR 3963) which included product tampering as a federal felony], Washington, D.C., January 14, 1983.
  9. [Urging President to suspend all trade with the Peoples Republic of China], Washington, D.C., January 19, 1983.
  10. [Secretary of State George Shultz has reaffirmed commitment to limiting textile imports from the Peoples Republic of China], Washington, D.C, January 20, 1983.
  11. [United States resisting pressure to supersede Commerce Department's determination on the subsidization of Peruvian textiles], Washington, D.C, January 21, 1983.
  12. [Hearing to be held on the growth of organized crime in America], Washington, D.C, January 24, 1983.
  13. [Announced nomination of Timothy Mark White for a principal appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point], Washington, D.C, January 25, 1983.
  14. [Announced nomination of William Oliver Townsend for a principal appointment to the United States Air Force Academy], Washington, D.C, January 25, 1983.
  15. [Announced nomination of Terri Lynn Mullis for a principal appointment to the United States Naval Academy], Washington, D.C, January 25, 1983.
  16. [Nominated three South Carolina High School Seniors for principal appointments to military academies], Washington, D.C, January 25, 1983.
  17. [Deadline set for submitting requests to testify at Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on the L-Reactor in North Augusta], Washington, D.C, January 25, 1983.
  18. [Re-introduced proposed constitutional amendment requiring balanced Federal budgets], Washington, D.C, January 26, 1983.
  19. [Introduction of legislation to upgrade the Veteran's Administration to a cabinet level Department and to provide for a Secretary of Veteran's Affairs], Washington, D.C, January 26, 1983.
  20. [Co-sponsored legislation to extend supplemental unemployment compensation 6 months beyond deadline], Washington, D.C, January 26, 1983.
  21. [Introduced seven different anti-crime bills], Washington, D.C, January 27, 1983.
  22. [Support of import duties on two categories of textile imports that Peru is subsidizing], Washington, D.C, January 27, 1983.
  23. [Proposed 1984 budget contains more than 61 million in appropriations requests for military facilities in South Carolina], Washington, D.C, January 31, 1983.
  24. [Announced designation of 'Army Reserve Day'], Washington, D.C, February 3, 1983.
  25. [Appointment of Mr. Caesar Gonzmart, Jr. as member of the National Advisory Council on Health Professions Education], Washington, D.C, February 6, 1983.
  26. [Annual meeting of Congressional Delegation of South Carolina], Washington, D.C, Washington, D.C, February 9, 1983.
  27. [Sponsored legislation to repeal $.50 per hundred weight tax on dairy production], Washington, D.C, February 16, 1983.
  28. [Japan-U.S. Senate Scholarship awarded to Gregory Howell], Washington, D.C, February 25, 1983.
  29. [Japan-U.S. Senate Scholarship awarded to Joseph Benjamin Hill], Washington, D.C, February 25, 1983.
  30. [Thurmond to Co-sponsor kick-off ceremony for 1983 National Health Fair Month], Washington, D.C, March 1, 1983.
  31. [Proposed more extensive Public Hearings on the restart of the Savannah River Plant's L-Reactor], Washington, D.C, March 1, 1983.
  32. [Introduced legislation to allow U.S. Forest Service and South Carolina Public Service Authority to consummate land exchange in the Francis Marion National Forest], Washington, D.C, March 2, 1983.
  33. [Co-Sponsored legislation to overhaul Federal Criminal Justice Sentencing System], Washington, D.C, March 3, 1983.
  34. [Thurmond Urges Reagan Administration to limit imports of print cloth from the People's Republic of ChinaWashington, D.C], March 7, 1983.
  35. [Introduced two bills which would amend the Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP)], Washington, D.C, March 8, 1983.
  36. [Introduced the 'Skilled Enlisted Reserve Training Act'], Washington, D.C, March 14, 1983.
  37. [Employment in one of the Lockheed facilities in Charleston expected to increase by 300 persons], Washington, D.C, March 14, 1983.
  38. [Department of Energy approved plan for additional public hearings on the re-start of the L-reactor at the Savannah River Plant], Washington, D.C, March 16, 1983.
  39. [Co-sponsored legislation to improve Nation's deep-draft seaports], Washington, D.C, March 21, 1983.
  40. [Sponsored legislation to reform Nation's bankruptcy courts], Washington, D.C, March 22, 1983.
  41. [Thurmond asked Reagan Administration to implement upgrade of stockpiles of chromium ores], Washington, D.C, March 23, 1983.
  42. [Re-introduced the Reagan's Administration's proposed Constitutional amendment allowing voluntary prayer in public schools and institutions], Washington, D.C, March 24, 1983.
  43. [Sponsoring legislation to reimburse City of Abbeville for loss of electrical generating capacity], Washington, D.C, March 24, 1983.
  44. [Co-Sponsor legislation for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for aquatic week control in public waterways], Washington, D.C, April 1, 1983.
  45. [Army requested $300, 000 for new troop medical clinic at Fort Jackson, South Carolina], Washington, D.C, April 5, 1983.
  46. [9th Annual Handicapped Citizen's Day at Riverbanks Zoo], Washington, D.C, April 6, 1983.
  47. [Immediate steps to be taken to ensure the health of the people of the Savannah River region and the integrity of the area's water supply], Washington, D.C, April 8, 1983.
  48. [South Carolina expected to receive more that 12.7 million in federal funds under the emergency jobs bill], Washington, D.C, April 8, 1983.
  49. [Resist legislative attempts to repeat the third segment of Reagan's individual income tax cut or the proposal to index taxes enacted last year], Washington, D.C, April 12, 1983.
  50. [Urged Reagan Administration to consider imposing controls on Polyester-Rayon print cloth from Peoples Republic of China], Washington, D.C, April 13, 1983.
  51. [Conveyed concerns over recent reductions in services at the VA Hospital in Columbia], Washington, D.C, April 13, 1983.
  52. [Introduction of commemorative resolution praising the Nation's predominantly black colleges and universities], Washington, D.C, April 15, 1983.
  53. [Senate Judiciary Committee reported legislation to reform Nation's bankruptcy laws, revamp U.S. Immigration policy and proposed Constitutional amendment regarding abortion], Washington, D.C, April 19, 1983.
  54. [Agriculture Secretary asked to conduct assessment of damage to peach crop and designate affected regions as 'disaster areas'], Washington, D.C, April 21, 1983.
  55. [Reagan praised America's small businesses at U.S. Small Business Administration's National Advisory Council], Washington, D.C, April 22, 1983.
  56. [Veterans Hospitals in Charleston and Columbia to receive $451, 000 in federal funds for renovation and maintenance], Washington, D.C, April 25, 1983.
  57. [Urging congress to support Reagan's Foreign policy initiatives in Central America], April 27, 1983.
  58. [Senate approved Thurmond's bankruptcy court reform bill], Washington, D.C, April 27, 1983.
  59. [Beaufort awarded $2 Million Urban Development Action Grant from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development], Washington, D.C, April 28, 1983.
  60. [Statement regarding L-Reactor Law Suit at the Savannah River Plant], Washington, D.C, April 29, 1983.
  61. [Reaffirming commitment to limit textile imports from the People's Republic of China], Washington, D.C, May 4, 1983.
  62. [James M. Connor re-appointed by U.S. Department of Education Secretary to the National Center of Research in Vocational Education Advisory Council], Washington, D.C, May 5, 1983.
  63. [Senate approved Thurmond's product tampering legislation], Washington, D.C, May 9, 1983.
  64. [Senate Judiciary Committee approved bail reform bill to deny bail to defendants who constitute 'danger to the community'], Washington, D.C, May 10, 1983.
  65. [Senate Armed Services Subcommittee approved more than $120 million in new military construction projects for South Carolina for the 1984 fiscal year], Washington, D.C, May 11, 1983.
  66. [Urging Senate Subcommittee to expedite action on bill to reimburse Abbeville for loss of electrical generating capacity as result of construction of Richard B. Russell Dam and Lake], Washington, D.C, May 17, 1983.
  67. [Senate approved a comprehensive immigration reform measure], Washington, D.C, May 18, 1983.
  68. [Urging Reagan Administration to appoint a special government representative to ensure bilateral textile trade agreements are properly implemented], May 19, 1983.
  69. [Praise for breaking up two large organization suspected of smuggling $690 million in drugs into South Carolina and other states], Washington, D.C, May 23, 1983.
  70. [Agriculture Secretary designated 18 South Carolina counties as disaster areas], Washington, D.C, May 26, 1983.
  71. [Caution for reviewing construction permit for a proposed oil refinery in Georgetown, South Carolina], Washington, D.C, June 6, 1983.
  72. [Co-sponsored legislation to establish tax-deferred savings accounts to help middle-income families raise money for down payments for buying house], Washington, D.C, June 8, 1983.
  73. [Urging EPA to conduct review of federal standards for land disposal of hazardous wastes and contamination of Nation's groundwater supplies], Washington, D.C, June 13, 1983.
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Press Releases June 14, 1983-December 29, 1983 

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  1. [Senate approved amendment to authorize $22 million for earthquake protection in the Santee-Cooper waterway system], Washington, D.C, June 14, 1983.
  2. [University of South Carolina has received two federal grants to fund summer nutrition and sports programs for disadvantaged youths], Washington, D.C, June 14, 1983.
  3. [Thurmond to introduce legislation to include peaches and apples in federal disaster assistance payment program], Washington, D.C, June 16, 1983.
  4. [Thurmond votes to repeal the 10 percent withholding requirement on interest and dividend earnings], Washington, D.C, June 17, 1983.
  5. [Senate Judiciary Committee approved legislation extending death benefits for spouses of firefighters and police officers], Washington, D.C, June 20, 1983.
  6. [Thurmond speaks about co-sponsoring of the port and harbor maintenance bill], Washington, D.C, June 21, 1983.
  7. [Thurmond urges the appointment of Lee M. Thomas to head up the EPA's toxic waste Superfund program], Washington, D.C, June 23, 1983.
  8. [White House appoints government representative to strengthen bilateral textile trade accords and curb imports of 'uncontrolled' textile and apparel items], Washington, D.C, June 23, 1983.
  9. [Senate Armed Services Committee approved amendment to protect groundwater supplies at and near the Government's Savannah River Plan in Aiken, South Carolina], Washington, D.C, June 23, 1983.
  10. [Small Business Administration has awarded a $696,600 grant to the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism], Washington, D.C, June 27, 1983.
  11. [Proposal adopted by Senate Armed Services Committee to provide military transportation to families of missing servicemen], Washington, D.C, June 28, 1983.
  12. [Aiken and Cherokee counties have been declared disaster areas by the U.S. Agriculture Department], June 28, 1983.
  13. [Senate Armed Services Committee has included $1 billion in additional funding for the National Guard in the 1984 Department of Defense Authorization Bill],Washington, D.C, June 29, 1983.
  14. [Thurmond to introduce legislation to encourage businesses and industries to hire people over the age of 50], Washington, D.C, July 12, 1983.
  15. [Senate approved price support legislation which will freeze tobacco prices at 1982 levels], Washington, D.C, July 13, 1983.
  16. [Thurmond led congressional hearing to determine whether medical students at VA Hospitals are properly supervised], Washington, D.C, July 13, 1983.
  17. [Senate Judiciary Committee reported out two proposed constitutional amendments on voluntary school prayer], Washington, D.C, July 14, 1983.
  18. [Senate approved amendment to the 1984 Department of Defense Authorization bill], Washington, D.C, July 5, 1983.
  19. [House-Senate conference committee approved authorizing $22 million for earthquake protection in South Carolina's Santee-Cooper waterway system], Washington, D.C, July 19, 1983.
  20. [Senate Judiciary Committee approved 6 major anti-crime bills to re-institute a Federal death penalty and reform habeas corpus and exclusionary rule procedures], Washington, D.C, July 26, 1983.
  21. [Reagan names Thurmond to new Presidential Commission on Organized Crime], Washington, D.C, July 28, 1983.
  22. [Thurmond shows praise for Reagan's appointment of Fredrick B. Dent to the President's Commission on Industrial Competitiveness], Washington, D.C, August 4, 1983.
  23. [Senate delays implementation of second phase of controversial assessment on commercially marketed milk], Washington, D.C, August 4, 1983.
  24. [Thurmond introduces legislation strengthening 'country of origin' labeling requirements for domestic and imported textile products], Washington, D.C, August 5, 1983.
  25. [Dr. Robert Hurst appointed to membership on the Joint Council Food and Agriculture Sciences], August 10, 1983.
  26. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-South Carolina) concerning the announcement by Senator John Tower (R-T.X.) to not seek re-election, Washington, D.C, August 23, 1983.
  27. [Thurmond expresses disappointment over Reagan's veto of Emergency measure to delay Secretary of Agriculture to collect a second fee of 50 cents per-hundred-weight on all commercially marketed milk], Washington, D.C, August 24, 1983.
  28. [Thurmond to chair a public hearing in Columbia on proposed compact for disposal of low level radioactive wastes], Washington, D.C, August 29, 1983.
  29. [Thurmond asks to have sections of South Carolina declared as disaster areas], Washington, D.C, August 31, 1983.
  30. [Dr. Frederick G. Phillips appointed to membership on National Health Planning and Development Council], Washington, D.C, September 1, 1983.
  31. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-South Carolina) on learning of death of Washington Senator Henry M. Jackson, Washington, D.C, September 2, 1983.
  32. [President Pro Tempore Thurmond to confer with Reagan on the Soviet Union's recent attack on a civilian airliner], Washington, D.C,, September 2, 1983.
  33. [Thurmond urges for Secretary of Agriculture to issue declaration of disaster to affected areas of the state], Chicago, September 2, 1983.
  34. [Agriculture Secretary to allow livestock producers to harvest set-aside acreage for their own herds], Washington, D.C, September 6, 1983.
  35. [President Reagan's policies against the Soviet Union], Columbia, South Carolina, The Carolina Inn, Washington, D.C, September 6, 1983.
  36. [Thurmond praised Reagan for nomination of Dr. Henry F. Cooper as Assistant Director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency], Washington, D.C, September 7, 1983.
  37. [Thurmond congratulated Reagan for announcing his intention to nominate Jack Ravan to become the Assistant Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for Water Programs], Washington, D.C, September 8, 1983.
  38. [U.S. Labor Department Secretary Donovan to reappoint South Carolina State Representative Joyce Hearn of Columbia as Chairman of the National Advisory Committee on Occupational Health and Safety], Washington, D.C, September 20, 1983.
  39. [Agriculture Secretary has declared Charleston County a 'natural disaster area'], Washington, D.C, September 26, 1983.
  40. [Senate and House Committee leaders have been agreed to tough new criminal penalties for tampering with consumer products], Washington, D.C, September 27, 1983.
  41. [Reagan Administration today lowered to five percent the interest rate on government disaster assistance loans for drought-stricken farmers], Washington, D.C, September 28, 1983.
  42. [Senate has approved legislation to continue funding the government's tuberculosis control program in South Carolina], Washington, D.C, October 4, 1983.
  43. [Dr. Henry Ponder re-appointed to the National Advisor Committee on Accreditation and Institutional Eligibility], Washington, D.C, October 18, 1983.
  44. [Thurmond received assurances that increased cancer rates among Savannah River Plant employees do not appear to be linked with workplace conditions], Washington, D.C, October 18, 1983.
  45. [Senate Committee approved an additional $25 million for Congaree Swamp National Monument land acquisition], Washington, D.C, October 19, 1983.
  46. [Appalachian Regional Commission approved a $147,886 federal grant to improve public education in South Carolina], Washington, D.C, October 20, 1983.
  47. [U.S. Agriculture officials declared 34 South Carolina counties official 'disaster areas', allowing farmers who qualify to receive low interest federal loans], Washington, D.C, October 24, 1983.
  48. [Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, a pioneer of naval nuclear technology, will be presented a gold metal struck in his honor by Congress], Washington, D.C, October 25, 1983.
  49. [Information will be made available to the families of the South Carolinians who are members of the Multi-National Peace-Keeping Force in Lebanon as soon is it is received by the Pentagon], Washington, D.C, October 25, 1983.
  50. [Thurmond defended U.S. intervention in the Caribbean Island of Grenada], Washington, D.C, October 25, 1983.
  51. [Senate approves legislation to provide an initial $30 million for clean-up of groundwater contamination at the government's Savannah River Plant in South Carolina], October 27, 1983.
  52. [U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development approved more than $4.4 million in federal grants for four South Carolina localities], Washington, D.C, October 28, 1983.
  53. [Thurmond recommends that the U.S. impose import duties on products sent to the Peoples Republic of China], Washington, D.C, November 3, 1983.
  54. [Senate Environment and Public Works Committee approved legislation authorizing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to reimburse the City of Abbeville, South Carolina], Washington, D.C, November 8, 1983.
  55. [Senate Committee has authorized more than $76 million to deepen the harbor at Charleston, South Carolina],Washington, D.C, November 9, 1983.
  56. [House-Senate Conference Committee approved $30 million in federal funds to clean-up the groundwater contamination at the government's Savannah River Plant in South Carolina], Washington, D.C, November 15, 1983.
  57. [Senate approved a bill which cuts in half a controversial assessment on commercially marketed milk], Washington, D.C, November 18, 1983.
  58. [U.S. Agriculture officials declared eight more South Carolina counties official 'disaster areas', allowing farmers who qualify to receive low interest federal loans], Washington, D.C, November 18, 1983.
  59. [Federal Highway Administration has accepted nine and one-half miles of the Southeast Beltway in Columbia, South Carolina, into the Federal Interstate system], Washington, D.C, November 22, 1983.
  60. Reagan signed a into law a bill which is designed to correct several problems facing South Carolina dairy and tobacco farmers, Washington, D.C, November 29, 1982.
  61. [Thurmond requested a meeting with President Reagan to discuss the Administration's commitment to reduce the influx of foreign goods], Washington, D.C, December1, 1983.
  62. [National Park Service of the U.S. Department of the Interior awarded three Federal grants totaling $185,519 to the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism], Washington, D.C, December 7, 1983.
  63. [Thurmond will meet with Reagan to discuss the rising of tide of foreign textile imports to the U.S.], Washington, D.C, December 7, 1983.
  64. [The two Senior citizen organizations in the Piedmont area will receive $58,537 in Federal funds], Washington, D.C, December 14, 1983.
  65. [General Services Administration awarded a Charleston firm a $22 million contract to help stockpile ferrochromium alloy], Washington, D.C, December 29, 1983.
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Questions and Answers 1983 

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  1. Interview with Martin Moyer, November 1, 1983.
1 8

Remarks 1983 

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  1. 50th anniversary celebration of the Byerly Hospital, Hartsville, South Carolina, March 6, 1983
  2. Dedication of the Joel P. Parrish Wing of the Georgetown County Medical Hospital, Georgetown, South Carolina, March 20, 1983
  3. Annual meeting of the Seneca Chamber of Commerce, Keowee Key Country Club, Salem, South Carolina, March 31, 1983
  4. Metropolitan Business Club meeting, Carolina Townhouse, Meeting Room, Columbia, South Carolina, March 31, 1983.
  5. At a reception welcoming Mr. Ingemund Bengtsson, speaker of the Parliament of Sweden, on commemoration of the 200 year anniversary of the 'Treaty of Amity and Commerce between his majesty the King of Sweden and the United States of America,' Room S-116 Capitol, April 12, 1983
  6. Gascony gathering for Republicans, Gascony, Virginia, May 14, 1983
  7. At 'Crafted with Pride in U.S.A' Luncheon, Russell Cactus Room, July 27, 1983
  8. At the funeral service for Sergeant Freddie L. Haltiwanger, Jr., Mount Zion Baptist Church, Chapin, South Carolina, October 23, 1983.
  9. The Spartanburg Rotary Club YMCA Family Center, Spartanburg, South Carolina, October 11, 1983
  10. Before the South Carolina School Board Association, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, October 15, 1983
  11. Remarks by the Honorable John O. Marsh, Jr., Secretary of the Army at the Opening Session of the Association of the U.S. Army Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., October 17, 1983.
  12. At the memorial service at the First Baptist Church in Columbia, South Carolina, October 30, 1983.
  13. To Miss Golden's third grade class at Fort Mill Elementary School, Fort Mill, South Carolina, Recorded in Washington, D.C., December 7, 1983.
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Statements 1983 

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  1. To be used in Roll Call newspaper concerning his advice to new Senators and Congressmen, January 21, 1983.
  2. Concerning a congratulatory message to Mr. John Davenport, President and General Manager of WESC Radio is Greenville, South Carolina, on his selection to the SC Broadcasters Hall of Fame, Recorded in Washington, D.C., January 21, 1983.
  3. To the annual meeting of the Manufactured Housing Institute, Washington, D.C., Hyatt Regency Hotel, Regency Ballroom, March 29, 1983.
  4. Concerning a message to the Bethlehem Baptist Church of Roebuck, South Carolina, during its Sunday School enlargement campaign, Recorded in Washington, D.C., April 8, 1983.
  5. Regarding conclusions of the report by the U.S. Department of Justice concerning the allegations published by columnist Jack Anderson, April 20, 1983.
  6. Senator's prayer breakfast, S-138 Capitol, April 27, 1983
  7. Congratulating WCSC-TV of Charleston, South Carolina, on its thirtieth anniversary, Video taped in Washington, D.C., May 4, 1983.
  8. Public hearing on the environmental consequences of the L-Reactor Restart (to be read into the hearing record), Augusta, Georgia, May 23, 1983.
  9. Commemorating Alaska's 25th anniversary of statehood, May 25, 1983.
  10. Regarding repeal of the ten percent withholding requirement on interest and dividend earnings, June 16, 1983.
  11. Fourth of July greeting to the citizens of Metropolitan Augusta at an Independence Day fireworks celebration, Recorded in Washington, D.C., June 22, 1983.
  12. Fourth of July greeting, Recorded in Washington, D.C., June 28, 1983.
  13. At the Full Committee Hearing, SD-138, July 28, 1983.
  14. Regarding a new federal holiday for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., August 31, 1983.
  15. Regarding President Reagan's letter on the U.S. Presence in Lebanon, August 31, 1983.
  16. Disappearance of the Korean Air Line Jets carrying Congressman Larry McDonald of Georgia, September 1,1983.
  17. [President Reagan's policies against the Soviet Union], the Carolina Inn, September 6, 1983.
  18. In response to the selection of Judge William Clark as Secretary of the Interior, October 14, 1983.
  19. Regarding the attacks on U.S. and French peace-keeping forces in Lebanon, October 23, 1983.
  20. Regarding the address of the President Reagan, October 27, 1983.
  21. Regarding an amendment concerning the War Powers Act in reference to the Grenadan situation, October 31, 1983.
  22. Concerning a video tape address on Veteran's Day, 1983, November 3, 1983.
  23. Regarding the Soviet Union's walk out of the Geneva Arms Talks, November 4, 1983.
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Statements-Committees January 24, 1983-June 23, 1983 

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  1. Before the subcommittee on Courts of the Committee on the Judiciary Reference Bankruptcy Issues, SD-226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, January 24, 1983.
  2. Before the Senate Veterans' Affair Committee Reference Hearing on Health Care Legislation, March 9, 1983
  3. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs Reference Hearing to receive testimony on legislative proposals relating to Veterans Educational Programs, Room 418 Russell Building, March 16, 1983
  4. Opening statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Committee on Judiciary Reference a Hearing on S. 610 'The Collegiate Student-Athlete Protection Act of 1983', SD 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 17, 1983
  5. Before a joint hearing of the Senate and House Veterans' Affairs Committee Reference the legislative goals of AMVETS, the Blinded Veterans Association, the Retired Officers Association, and the Jewish War Veterans, Room 334, Cannon House Office Building, March 17, 1983
  6. Opening statement of Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC), chairman, Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Hearing on Antidumping Legislation, S. 418 and S. 126, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 21, 1983
  7. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs Reference hearing to receive testimony on Veterans' exposure to ionizing radiation, April 6, 1983
  8. In a hearing before the subcommittee on Public Lands and Reserved Water of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources reference H.R. 1213, the Public Lands and National Parks Act of 1983, Amendment for Land Acquisition for Congaree Swamp National Monument, April 7, 1983
  9. Before the Courts subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary reference S. 645, the Federal Courts Improvement Act, Room SD-224, Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 8, 1983
  10. Before the subcommittee on Production, Marketing, and Stabilization of Prices, Senate Agriculture Committee, reference Milk Program, 328-A Russell Senate Office Building, April 14, 1983, 9;15 a.m.
  11. Before the subcommittee on the Constitution in reference to the Freedom of Information Reform Act, April 18, 1983.
  12. Statement and questions by Senator Strom Thurmond(R-SC) before the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on the President's Commission on Strategic Forces Report, SD-138, April 18, 1983
  13. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing to receive testimony on Veteran Job Training Legislation, April 10, 1983
  14. Statement of Senator Strom Thurmond (R-South Carolina) in the Senate Committee on the Judiciary in reference to the Religious Rights of Public School Students, April 28, 1983.
  15. Statement and questions by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Strategic and Theater Nuclear Forces subcommittee, SR-222, May 3, 1983
  16. Additional statement of Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) in support of amendments to the Congaree Swamp National Monument Authorization submitted to the subcommittee on Public Lands and Reserved Water.
  17. Before the committee on Rules and Administration reference hearing on the 'Draft Report of the Senate Study Group', May 9, 1983.
  18. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, reference S. 215, the Bail Reform Act of 1983, May 10, 1983
  19. Before the Senate sub-committee on Water Resources of the Committee on the Environment and Public Works, reference S. 1073, a bill to amend section 104 (b) of the River and Harbor Act of 1958, May 17, 1983.
  20. Before the Senate sub-committee on Water Resources of the Committee on the Environment and Public Works reference S. 192, a bill to modify the authority for the Richard B. Russell Dam and Lake Project, May 17, 1983.
  21. Opening statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-South Carolina) before the Committee on the Judiciary reference a hearing on S. 610 'The Collegiate Student-Athlete Protection Act of 1983', May 23, 1983
  22. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 52, the Armed Career Criminal Act of 1983, May 26, 1983
  23. Before the subcommittee on the Constitution, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference S. J. Res. 10, May 26, 1983
  24. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing on Compensation and other Measures, Room SR-418, Russell Building, June 8, 1983
  25. Before the subcommittee on the constitution, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference proposed Constitutional amendment relating to Voluntary School Prayer, June 9, 1983
  26. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs, reference hearing on Agent Orange Studies and Legislation, SR-418, June 15, 1983
  27. Before the Senate subcommittee on Water Resources of the Committee on Environment and Public Works, reference the Deep-Draft Navigation Act of 1983, June 21, 1983.
  28. Before the Senate Selection Committee on Intelligence reference, S. 1324, the Intelligence Information Act of 1983, June 21, 1983
  29. Before the Senate Committee on Armed Services reference an amendment to the 1984 Department of Defense Authorization Bill for Groundwater Protection at the Savannah River Plant in Aiken, SC, 222 Russell, June 23, 1983
  30. Before the Committee on Environment and Public Works reference the nomination of Lee M. Thomas to be Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency for Solid Waste and Emergency Response, 406 Dirksen, June 23, 1983
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Statements-Committees June 24, 1983-December 13, 1983 

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  1. Before the Senate Armed Service Committee, Room 222 Russell Senate Office Building, June 24, 1983.
  2. In Committee on Armed Services to introduce Committee Substitute for S. 1245, June 27, 1983.
  3. Before the Senate Armed Services Committee concerning S. 675, June 27, 1983.
  4. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference Proposed Constitutional Amendment relating to Voluntary School Prayer, June 27, 1983
  5. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 568, S. 737 and S. 1383, Research and Development Joint Venture Proposals, June 29, 1983, SD-226 Dirksen Senate Office Building
  6. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference Senate Joint Resolution 73, a proposed Constitutional Amendment relating to Voluntary School Prayer, July 14, 1983
  7. Before the Separation of Powers Subcommittee on the Judiciary. Reference S. 462, to amend the Hobbs Act, 418 Russell Senate Office Building, July 19, 1983
  8. Before the Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure reference the use of the Legislative Veto, 106 Dirksen Senate Office Building, July 20, 1983
  9. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 829, The Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1983, July 21, 1983
  10. Before the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee reference hearing on the nomination of A. Franklin Burgess, Jr. to be an Associate Judge on the District of Columbia Supreme Court, Room 342, Dirksen Senate Office Building, July 26, 1983
  11. Before the Subcommittee on Courts reference Department of Justice Identification Systems, July 29, 1983, 385 Russell Senate Office Building
  12. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference Senate Bill 1059, The Proposed Equal Access Act, 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building. August 3, 1983
  13. Before the Committee on the Judiciary reference the Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact, Senate Chamber, the State House, Columbia, SC, September 6, 1983
  14. Before the Subcommittee on Security and Terrorism, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference Hearing on the 1984 Olympic Games Security, September 12, 1983
  15. Before the Subcommittee on the Constitution, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference Senate Joint Resolution 10, the Proposed Equal Rights Amendment, September 13, 1983
  16. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference Senate Bill 1059, the Proposed Equal Access Act, September 15, 1983
  17. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference Hearing to receive the legislation goal of the American Legion, Russell Building Room SR 325, September 20, 1983
  18. Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in support of Dr.Henry F. Cooper, 419 Dirksen Senate Office Building, October 4, 1983
  19. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, reference S. 914, The Federal Firearms Owners Protection Act, October 4, 1983
  20. Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in support of Dr. Henry F. Cooper, 419 Dirksen Senate Office Building, October 4, 1983.
  21. Before the Public Lands and Reserved Water Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources reference S. 1790, a Bill to assist in the Preservation and Interpretation of the Art Barn and Pierce Mill located in Rock Creek Park, October 6, 1983.
  22. In support of the nomination of Jack Ravan before the Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works, October 20, 1983
  23. Before the Trade Subcommittee on Senate Finance Committee reference Duty Suspension of Menthol Chemicals, October 21, 1983.
  24. Before the Full Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 462, a bill to amend the Hobbs Act, 483 Russell Senate Office Building, October 25, 1983
  25. Before the Committee on the Judiciary reference S. 1841, the 'National Productivity and Innovation Act of 1983', October 26, 1983
  26. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 1870, the Credit and Debit Card Counterfeiting and Fraud Act of 1983, October 31, 1983
  27. Before the International Trade Administration regarding the use of exchange rates as a subsidy for textile imports, Main Commerce Building, room 4830, November 3, 1983
  28. Before the Subcommittee on Courts, reference Civil Case Backlogs in the Federal District Courts, 226 Dirksen Senate Building, November 8, 1983
  29. Before the Subcommittee on Criminal Law, Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference Prison Violence, November 9, 1983
  30. Before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee in support of Miss Mari Maseng, nominee of Assistant Secretary for Transportation for Public Affairs, 253 Russell Senate Office Building, November 10, 1983
  31. Before a joint hearing of the House and Senate Veterans' Affairs Committees reference Dignified Burials of Veterans, Cannon House Office Building, November 16, 1983
  32. Before the full Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 1652, a bill for the Relief of the Estate of Ann Cooper, November 17, 1983
  33. Before the Committee on the Judiciary reference S. 1135, granting the consent of Congress to the Goose Lake Basin Compact, November 30, 1983
  34. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, reference the Mid-Atlantic Organized Crime Drug Trafficking Task Force, Dover, Delaware, Old State House, December 13, 1983
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Statements on the Senate Floor January 26, 1983-February 16, 1983 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Duty Suspension of Menthol Chemicals, January 26, 1983.
  2. Introduction of a bill to make the Veterans' Administration and Executive Department, January 26, 1983.
  3. Introduction of a bill to define the Affirmative Defense of Insanity and establish procedures for the Commitment of Mentally Ill Offenders, January 26, 1983.
  4. The Bail Reform Act of 1983, January 27, 1983.
  5. A bill to modernize the International Extradition procedures of the United States, January 27, 1983.
  6. The Federal Anti-Tampering Act, January 27, 1983.
  7. Introduction of a bill to amend Chapter 5 and Title 18 of the United States Code, relating to Arson in Executing a scheme to Defraud, January 27 1983.
  8. Introduction of a bill to amend Title 18, United States Code, relating to Electronic Surveillance for Law Enforcement purposes, January 27, 1983.
  9. Introduction of Crime Bills, January 27, 1983.
  10. The nomination of Elizabeth Hanford Dole as Secretary of Transportation, January 31, 1983.
  11. The Republic of China, January 31, 1983.
  12. The Republic of China, February 1, 1983.
  13. Speech by General John A. Wickham, Jr., February 2, 1983.
  14. The 30th Infantry Division, February 2, 1983.
  15. Concerning the Boy Scouts of America's 73rd anniversary and annual report to Congress, February 3, 1983.
  16. Tribute to Mr. Eugene Henry Rietzke, February 3, 1983.
  17. Tribute to Paul Bear Bryant, former head Football Coach at the University of Alabama, February 5, 1983.
  18. Dairy Price Support Program, February 16, 1983.
  19. Lithuanian Independence Day, February 16, 1983.
  20. Editorial in Greenwood Index-Journal, February 22, 1983.
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Statements on the Senate Floor February 22, 1983-March 8, 1983 

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  1. Introduction of a bill to establish constitutional procedures for the Imposition of the Sentence of Death in certain Heinous Federal Crimes, February 22, 1983.
  2. Regarding Governor Richard W. Riley's second Inaugural Address at Columbia, SC, February 22, 1983.
  3. Introduction of a bill to provide Chiropractic treatment to certain Veterans, February 23, 1983.
  4. The introduction of S. 648, a bill to facilitate the exchange of certain lands located in the state of South Carolina, March 2, 1983.
  5. The introduction of S. J. Res. 44, a joint resolution to authorize the designation of March 13-19, 1983 as 'National Surveyors Week', March 2, 1983.
  6. Tribute to Mary McLeod Bethune and Mary C. Simms Oliphant, March 2, 1983.
  7. The nomination of Margaret Heckler to be Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, March 3, 1983.
  8. The Sentence Reform Act, March 3, 1983.
  9. Index of Leading Economic Indicators, March 3, 1983.
  10. To introduce Survivor Benefit Plan Bill for Military Widows, March 8, 1983.
  11. Regarding an article about Admiral Hyman Rickover, March 8, 1983.
  12. Agriculture Land Diversion Tax Treatment Act of 1983, March 8, 1983.
  13. The resolution of ratification of the Montreal Aviation Protocols Numbers 3 and 4, March 8, 1983.
  14. 81st birthday of Senator Jennings Randolph (D-W VA), March 8, 1983.
  15. Introducing the Fiscal Year 1984 Authorization request for Military Construction, March 8, 1983.
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Statements on the Senate Floor March 8, 1983-April 12, 1983 

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  1. Introduction of a joint resolution designating 'National Physical Fitness and Sports Month', March 8, 1983.
  2. Concerning Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) for military widows, March 8, 1983.
  3. Introduction of the Government Accountability Act of 198, March 11, 1983.
  4. To introduce 'Skilled Enlisted Reserve Training Act', March 14, 1983.
  5. Introduction of the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1983, March 16, 1983.
  6. Concerning the plight of Soviet Jews, March 17, 1983.
  7. H.R. 1718, the Emergency Expenditures to Meet National Needs, March 17, 1983.
  8. Tribute to Dr. Robert Lebaron, March 18, 1983.
  9. Colloquy on the Senate floor between Senators Thurmond and Dole concerning the Treatment of Deferred Employee Compensation under the Social Security Earnings Tests, March 18, 1983.
  10. Tribute to John Bolt Culbertson of Greenville, South Carolina, April 5, 1983.
  11. Federal Charter for the National Association of State Directions of Veterans Affairs, Inc., March 18, 1983.
  12. Introduction of legislation to allow certain Veterans to retain Service-Connected benefits during review of their appeal of a Veterans' Administration Determination to reduce their benefits, March 18, 1983.
  13. The introduction of S. 865, the Deep-Draft Navigation Act of 1983, March 21, 1983.
  14. Tribute to the people of Georgetown, South Carolina, March 21, 1983.
  15. The introduction of S., a bill to modify the authority for the Richard B. Russell Dam and Lake Project, and for other purposes, March 23, 1983.
  16. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond on the Senate floor reference S. 1, Social Security Amendments of 1983, March 23, 1983.
  17. Commending Ellison McKissick, March 24, 1983.
  18. Commending Jim Chapman, March 24, 1983.
  19. To a proposed amendment to the Constitution relating to the voluntary school prayer, March 24, 1983.
  20. Report on the activities of the Committee on the Judiciary during the 97th Congress, March 31, 1983.
  21. Tribute to former Congressman John C. Taylor, Sr., April 1983.
  22. A technical amendment to S. 450, the Mail Order Consumer Protection Amendments of 1983, April, 1983.
  23. Tribute to John Bolt Culbertson of Greenville, South Carolina, April 5, 1983.
  24. Nomination of Kenneth Adelman to be the Director of The Arms Control Agency, April 12, 1983.
  25. Tribute to William Light Kinney of Bennettsville, South Carolina, April 12, 983.
  26. Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC), April 12, 1983.
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Statements on the Senate Floor April 15, 1983-April 27, 1983 

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  1. National Historically Black Colleges Day, April 15, 1983.
  2. Increasing funds for aquatic weed control, April 18, 1983.
  3. Compromise on the Tax Withholding Provision, April 20, 1983.
  4. Regarding a recent editorial in the Charleston News and Courier about Repeal of Tax-Indexing, April, 20 1983.
  5. Speech given by Senator Tower, April 20, 1983.
  6. Regarding National Volunteer Week, April 21, 1983.
  7. S. 445, the Omnibus Bankruptcy Improvements Act of 1983, as an amendment to S. 1014, the Bankruptcy Court and Federal Judgeship Act of 1983, April 27, 1983.
  8. S. 1013, The Bankruptcy Court and Federal Judgeship Act of 1983, April 27, 1983.
  9. Committee amendments to S. 1013, the Bankruptcy Court and Federal Judgeship Act of 1983, April 27, 1983.
  10. Introduce a Survivor Benefit Plan Bill for widows of retired Reserve Components, April 27, 1983.
  11. Thurmond amendment on salary levels for the United States Magistrates and Bankruptcy Judges to S. 1013, the Bankruptcy Court and Federal Judgeship Act of 1983, April 27, 1983.
  12. Judges amendment to S. 1013, the Bankruptcy Court and Federal Judgeship Act of 1983, April 17, 1983.
  13. [With De Concini reference S. 1013, the Bankruptcy Court and Federal Judgeship Act of 1983], April 27, 1983.
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Statements on the Senate Floor April 28, 1983-May 2, 1983 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Concerning retired military pay cuts, April 28, 1983.
  2. S. 529, the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1983, April 28, 1983. (2 copies)
  3. El Salvador, April 28, 1983.
  4. Concerning Mrs. Rosslee Green Douglas, Director of the Office Minority Economic Impact in the U.S. Department of Energy, May 1983.
  5. Introduction of legislation to repeal the requirement that GAO Audit and Disabled American Veterans, May 2, 1983.
2 17

Statements on the Senate Floor May 2, 1983-May 12, 1983 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Introduction of the legislation authorizing activities of and appropriations for the Department of Justice, May, 2, 1983.
  2. On the floor of the Senate Tribute to Chris P. Leventis, May 3, 1983.
  3. Tribute to Turner Catledge, former Executive of the New York Times, May 5, 1983.
  4. National Day of Prayer, May 5, 1983.
  5. Introduction of a private Relief Bill on behalf of sixteen civilian employees of the Charleston Naval Shipyard, May 5, 1983.
  6. Reference, amendment to S. 216 Restoring a Portion of the Patent Life for the Anesthetic Forane, May 9, 1983.
  7. Reference, S. 216, the Federal Anti-Tampering Act, May 9, 1983.
  8. [Dr. Clemmie Embly Webber of Orangeburg, South Carolina, Nation Mother of the Year], May 9, 1983.
  9. An introduction of a bill to authorize appropriations for the United States Holocaust Memorial Council, May 9, 1983.
  10. Concerning military travel for MIA/POW families, May 10, 1983.
  11. Tribute to Major General Albert Akers, the Commanding General of Fort Jackson in South Carolina, May 12, 1983.
  12. Commencement address of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Samuel R. Pierce, Jr. at Voorhees College, Denmark, South Carolina, May 12, 1983.
  13. Regarding the memorial plaque for the Americans who dies in the Iran Rescue Mission, May 12, 1983.
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Statements on the Senate Floor May 16, 1983-June 29, 1983 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Tribute to Frank Johnstone Jervey, May 16, 1983.
  2. Confirmation of William D. Ruckelshaus as Administrator of Environmental Protection Agency, May 16, 1983.
  3. The nomination of Alfred S. Regnery to be Administrator of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, May 17, 1983.
  4. Tribute to Bob Hope, May 19, 1983.
  5. Regarding an editorial in the Greenwood Index-Journal, May 23, 1983.
  6. In support of the MX Missile, May 24, 1983.
  7. S., a bill to amend the River and Harbor Act of 1968, to provide for Remedial Works and Preventive Measures Associated with the Cooper River Re-diversion Project, June, 1983.
  8. Finance Committee amendment to H.R. 2973, legislation to repeal the withholding requirements on interest-dividend earned income, June, 1983.
  9. Tribute to Edward Manigault, June 6, 1983.
  10. Regarding the Williamsburg Economic Summit of Industrialized Nations, June 6, 1983.
  11. Tribute to David Bruce Miller, June 10, 1983.
  12. Substitute Amendment to Appropriations Committee Amendment prohibiting restart of L-Reactor at the Savannah River Plant prior to completion of an Environmental Impact Statement, June 10, 1983.
  13. An amendment to H.R. 3069, the Supplemental appropriations Bill for FY 1983, to amend the River and Harbor Act of 1968, to provide for remedial works and preventive measures associated with the Cooper River Re-diversion Project, June 14, 1983.
  14. Tribute to former Senator Milton Young (R-ND), June 15, 1983.
  15. Peach Disaster Assistance, June 16, 1983.
  16. Illness of Senate Financial Clerk, Mr. Stuart F. Balderson, June 20, 1983.
  17. S. 336, the Labor Management Racketeering Act of 1983, June 20, 1983.
  18. Committee report on s. 1013, the Bankruptcy Court and Federal Judgeship Act of 1983, June 21, 1983.
  19. The Conference report on the First Concurrent Budget Resolution for Fiscal Year 1984, June 23, 1983.
  20. The FY 1984 Agriculture Appropriations Bill, June 23, 1983.
  21. S.J. Res. 3, a proposed Constitutional amendment with respect to abortion, June 27, 1983.
  22. Concerning 'Conference Roundtable', June 26, 1983.
  23. Concerning Marcia Gambrel, June 28, 1983.
  24. S. 32, Record Rental amendment of 1983. June 28, 1983.
  25. S. 215, the Bail Reform Act of 1983, June 28, 1983.
  26. Concerning Miss Frances H. Smith, Clerk of the Supreme Court of South Carolina, June 29, 1983.
  27. In honor of Dr. Walter D. Smith upon his retirement as President of Francis Marion College in Florence, South Carolina, June 29, 1983.
  28. H.R. 1183, the Tax Cap Bill, June 29, 1983.
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Statements on the Senate Floor June 29, 1983-August 4, 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. The 'Local Government Antitrust Act of 1983, June 29, 1983.
  2. The Santee-Cooper Earthquake Protection amendment to the FY '83 Supplemental Appropriations Bill, July, 1983.
  3. Tribute to Frank T. Galardi, July 12, 1983.
  4. In support of S. 675, the Omnibus Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal year 1984, July 12, 1983.
  5. Introduction of legislation adding structurally unemployed older workers to the Targeted Jobs Tax Credit Program, July 12, 1983.
  6. Concerning an editorial in the Washington Times on the Balance Budget Amendment, July 13, 1983.
  7. An amendment to S. 675, for the Mitigation of Thermal Impacts Associated with the Restart on the L-Reactor at the Savannah River Plant in Aiken, South Carolina, July 13, 1983.
  8. Tobacco legislation, July 13, 1983.
  9. In opposition to the Melcher amendment to S. 675, July 15, 1983.
  10. In opposition to the Bradley amendment, July 15, 1983.
  11. Proposed amendment to the Sexual Exploitation of Children, July 19, 1983.
  12. S. 1469, a bill to amend the United States code relating to the Sexual Exploitation of children, July 19, 1983.
  13. Colloquy among Senators Thurmond, Jackson and Bingaman concerning the Freedom of Information Provisions in S. 675, July 22, 1983.
  14. To the two hundredth anniversary of the signing of The Treaty of Paris, July 29, 1983.
  15. Tribute to B. C. Inabinet, Jr., August, 1983.
  16. H.R. 3232, a bill to authorize certain travel expenses of newly appointed special agents of the Justice Department, August 2, 1983.
  17. H.R. 2355, the Emergency Veterans' Job Training Act of 1983, August 3, 1983.
  18. Introduction of legislation giving congressional consent to the Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact, August 3, 1983.
  19. Introduction of the Textile Fiber and Wool Products Identification Act, August 4, 1983.
  20. The reporting of a series of Crime bills from the Committee on the Judiciary, August 4, 1983.
  21. H.R. 3549, a bill to amend the Bankruptcy Rules with respect to providing notice, August 4, 1983.
  22. Introduction of a bill to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to enter into a contract or cooperative agreement with the Art Barn Association to assist in the preservation and interpretation of the Art Barn and Pierce Mill located in Rock Creek Park with the districtof Columbia, August 4, 1983.
  23. To introduce a bill concerning burial on a Military Base, August 4, 1983.
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Statements on the Senate Floor September, 1983-September 29,1983 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Tribute to Senator Henry M. ScoopJackson of the state of Washington, September, 1983.
  2. Concerning the death of H. W. Close, September 12, 1983.
  3. Tribute to Brigadier General Thomas Henry King, former President of the Reserve Officers Association, September 12, 1983.
  4. Concerning 'Mario Marti', September 13, 1983
  5. In support of the Conference Report for the Fiscal Year 1984 Department of Defense Authorization Bill, September 13, 1983.
  6. The death of Lieutenant General Leonard D. Heaton, U.S. Army, retired, September 14, 1983.
  7. The death of Representative Larry Macdonald of Georgia, September 14, 1983.
  8. Regarding a resolution of condemnation against the Soviet Union for its attack on Korean Airlines Flight 007, September 14, 1983.
  9. Introduction of the 'National Productivity and Innovation Act of 1983, September 14, 1983.
  10. Concerning amendment to S.J. Res. 158 condemning the Soviets for downing Korean Flight 007, September 15, 1983.
  11. Introduction of the Credit and Debit Card Counterfeiting and Fraud Act of 1983, September 21, 1983.
  12. P. L. 98-55, designating September 22, 1985, as 'American Business Women's Day', September 22, 1985.
  13. Concerning the death of Congressman Larry McDonald, September 23, 1983.
  14. The death of Senator Henry M. Jackson, September 26, 1983.
  15. Concerning reaction of James A. Martin, Jr. to the destruction of KAL Flight 007, September 27, 1983.
  16. H.R. 3263, the Military Construction Appropriations Conference report, September 27, 1983.
  17. Ref: introduction of a bill designate the Visitors Center at Congaree Swamp National Monument, the Harry R. E. Hampton Visitor Center, September 27, 1983.
  18. S.J. Res. 159, the War Powers Act in relation to Lebanon, September 28, 1983.
  19. S. 216, the Federal Ant-Tampering Act, September 29, 1983.
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Statements on the Senate Floor October 4, 1983-October 26, 1983 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Concerning remarks by John A. Luke at the South Carolina International Trade Conference, October 4, 1986.
  2. Amendment to H.R. 3913 to add $2.5 million for Tuberculosis Control Grants, October 4, 1983.
  3. Concerning 'National Cosmetology Week', October 5, 1983.
  4. Dairy amendment to S. 1529, October 5, 1983. (2 copies)
  5. [Tobacco legislation], October 6, 1983.
  6. Concerning 'The Tri-centennial Anniversary Year of German Settlement in America', October 6, 1983.
  7. Funding for Access and Visitor facilities in the Congaree Swamp National Monument, October 6, 1983.
  8. The nomination of Francis M. Mullen to be Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, October 6, 1983.
  9. Robert McClory's article, 'Was the Fix in Between Ford and Nixon?', October 6, 1983.
  10. Nuclear Safeguards and Security, October 18, 1983.
  11. Colloquy between Senators Ernest Hollings (D-SC), James McClure (R-ID) and Strom Thurmond (R-SC) Reference funding for the Cheraw Fish Hatchery, October 19, 1983.
  12. Concerning the remarks by the Honorable John O. March, Jr., Secretary of the Army, during the Association of the United States Army Annual Conference, October 19, 1983.
  13. Tribute to James Neville Holcombe of Spartanburg, South Carolina, October 19, 1983.
  14. The Convict Labor Amendment to the FY'84 Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, October 21, 1983.
  15. S. 1762, the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1983, October 24, 1983.
  16. October 23rd Terrorist attack in Beirut Lebanon, October 25, 1983.
  17. Receipt of letter from the President of the United States concerning the deployment of U.S. Armed Forces on Grenada, October 26, 1983.
  18. Regarding U.S. actions in Grenada, October 26, 1983.
  19. The Clinch River Breeder Reactor, October 26, 1983.
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Statements on the Senate Floor October 27, 1983-November 17,1983 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Concerning the induction of Dr. James Burrows Edwards as President of the Medical University of South Carolina, October 27, 1983.
  2. Concerning an editorial in the Charleston, South Carolina, News and Courier, October 28, 1982.
  3. In opposition to the Amendment on a Nuclear Freeze, October 31, 1983.
  4. Regarding the Chicago White Sox Pitcher Lamarr Hoyt of Columbia, South Carolina receiving the CY Young Award, October 31, 1982.
  5. The nomination of William P. Clark to be Secretary of the Interior, November, 1983.
  6. S. 1188, to repeal the requirement that GAO Audit and the Disabled American Veterans, November, 1983.
  7. 1983 Veterans' Day, November, 1983.
  8. Natural Gas Deregulation, November 1, 1983.
  9. Compromise agreement on H.R. 2920, the 'Veterans' Health Care Amendments of 1983', November 3, 1983.
  10. The motion to proceed to consideration of the Natural Gas Policy Act Amendments of 1983, November 3, 1983.
  11. In support of the Binary Weapons Amendment, November 8, 1983
  12. S. 2079, to amend the charter of AMVETS to extend eligibility for membership, November 8, 1983.
  13. Regarding Textile Employees Week, November 8, 1983.
  14. Amendment to the continuing resolution (H.R. Res. 403) to provide $150 million for the Emergency Veterans' Job Training Act of 1983, November 9, 1983.
  15. Introduction of legislation to amend the charter of AMVETS to extend eligibility for membership, November 10, 1983.
  16. Concerning Senators Tower's report on his trip to Grenada and Barbados, November 14, 1983.
  17. Tuition Tax Credit Amendment, November 14, 1983.
  18. Noting the birthday of Senate Majority Leader Howard H. Baker Jr. (R-Tenn.), November 15, 1983.
  19. Captain Edward J. Spurlock, November 16, 1983.
  20. S. 912, a bill to modify the authority for the Richard B. Russell Dam and Lake Project, November 18, 1983.
  21. S. 1324, the Intelligence Information Act of 1983, November 16, 1983.
  22. Tuition Tax Credit Amendment, November 16, 1983.
  23. Concerning the conference report to S. 1529, November 17, 1983.
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Statements on the Senate Floor November 17, 1983-December 10, 1983 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Concerning the South Carolina casualties in the Beirut, Lebanon terrorist attack, November 17, 1983.
  2. S. 779, the Intelligence Personnel and Probation Officers Protection Act, November 17, 1983.
  3. American Education Week, November 17, 1983.
  4. Compensating candidates in the President's Executive Exchange Program, November 17, 1983.
  5. Introduction of a bill to create permanent rules for reforming governing instruments creating charitable remainder trusts and other charitable interests, November 18, 1983.
  6. Regarding the death of former Daniel International Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer R. Hugh Daniel, November 16, 1983.
  7. S. 1388, Veterans' Compensation and Program Improvements Amendments of 1983, November 18, 1983.
  8. Regarding the death of former Daniel International Corporation chairman and Chief Executive Officer R. Hugh Daniel, November 18, 1983.
  9. In honor of 'Carrier Alert Week', December 4-10, 1983. (2 copies)
2 24

Strom Thurmond Reports 1983 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Strom Thurmond Reports, 1983 Autumn Edition.
2 25

Telephone Conversations 1983 

Scope and Contents note

  1. With Charles Shuman, Director of Fm. H. A concerning Tomato Disaster in Charleston County, (447-7967) (303-381-3333), 1983.
  2. With Undersecretary of Agriculture Dan Amstutz concerning Tobacco Quota, (447-3111), 1983.
  3. With Dr. Samuel R. Wotten, the new Chief School Administrator for the School District of Edgefield County, 803/328-3814, March 10, 1983.
  4. With Mr. Clyde Wheeler of Sun Oil Company regarding the May 19 Fundraiser, May 2, 1983.
  5. With Mr. William C. (Bill) Anderson of Independent Petroleum Regarding the May 19 Fundraiser, (857-4722), May 2, 1983.
  6. With Mr. Jess Johnson of Shell Oil Company regarding the May 19 Fundraiser, (296-3633), May 2, 1983.
  7. With Ms. Ann E. Macdonald, Program Director for Secondary School Students at Harvard University regarding a recommendation for Beth Evans to attend summer School at Harvard, (617/495-2921), May 16, 1983.
  8. With Senator Bob Dole concerning a proposed meeting between Senator Dole and Congressman Ken Holland and Mr. Hayne Hipp, Chairman of the Liberty Corporation regarding taxation of life insurance, November, 1983.
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1984 

Box Folder

Actuals 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Concerning the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984. Recorded in Washington, D.C., February 3, 1984.
  2. Concerning the 1984 Presidential Election in the South. Recorded in Washington, D.C., August 16, 1984.
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Addresses January 12, 1984-March 14, 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Before the Student Body of Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina, Belk Auditorium, January 12, 1984
  2. At the testimonial dinner in his honor sponsored by the Food and Grocery Industry, Columbia, South Carolina, Columbia Marriott Hotel, Grand Palm Ballroom, January 16, 1984
  3. To the Carolina Farm and Power Equipment Dealers Association, Charleston, South Carolina, Sheraton Charleston, January 28, 1984
  4. To the regional organized Crime Information Center Winter Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, Airport Hilton, February 8, 1984
  5. To the Sertoma International Clubs of the Aiken Area for National Heritage Week, Aiken, South Carolina, Midland Valley High School, February 13, 1984
  6. At the Strom Thurmond Awards for Excellence in law Enforcement Award Program in Columbia, South Carolina, Fort Jackson Officers Club, February 17, 1984, 11:00.
  7. To the annual meeting of the National Coordinating Council of Emergency Management, Washington, D.C., Capitol Holiday Inn, February 27, 1984
  8. To the Judge Advocate General's Corps Luncheon, Washington, D.C., Russell Senate Office Building, Room 325, March 5, 1984
  9. To the rural communities of Federal Aid Seminar, Columbia, South Carolina, the University of South Carolina School of Law Auditorium, March 14, 1984
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Addresses March 17, 1984-May 18, 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. At the South Carolina Technical Education Association Annual Convention, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, March 17, 1984.
  2. To the Fourth Annual Legislative Workshop of the National Parking Association, Washington, D.C., National Press Building, Grand Ballroom,, March 29, 1984
  3. To the General Counsels' briefing of the National Legal Center for the Public Interest, Washington, D.C., Department of Interior Auditorium, April 4, 1984
  4. At the University of South Carolina Law Day Banquet, Columbia, South Carolina, University of South Carolina, Carolina Coliseum, April 6, 1984
  5. To Lee county Farmers, Bishopville, South Carolina, Lee County Courthouse, April 7, 1984
  6. Before the South Carolina State Chapter of the Air Force Association at the Ramada Inn, Clemson, South Carolina, April 14, 1984
  7. At the Commemoration Ceremony at Bamberg county memorial Hospital, Bamberg, South Carolina, April 15, 1984
  8. At the Santee-Cooper 50th Anniversary Commemorative Ceremonies, Moncks Corner, South Carolina, Santee-Cooper Headquarters, One Riverwood Drive, April 16, 1984
  9. Dedication ceremony of the General Edwin A. Pollock Memorial Drive, Beaufort, South Carolina, April 18, 1984
  10. Commencement address by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) at Anderson College, Anderson, South Carolina, May 12, 1984
  11. To the South Carolina Textile Manufacturers Institute, Sea Island, Georgia, Cloister Hotel, May 18, 1984.
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Addresses May 20, 1984-September 13, 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Dedication of the Camden National Guard Armory in Camden, South Carolina, May 20, 1984
  2. Commencement address by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) to the May Graduating Class of Tri-County Technical College, Clemson, South Carolina, Littlejohn Coliseum, May 27, 1984
  3. On the importance of education to the United Sates at the Strom Thurmond Seminar on Government and Politics, Clemson, South Carolina, Strode Tower, Room 108, June 22, 1984
  4. To the citizens of the City of Abbeville on Thurmond Recognition Day, Abbeville, South Carolina, Belmont Hotel
  5. At the James A. Waddell Jr. Mariculture Center Dedication, Bluffton, South Carolina, July 20, 1984
  6. Upon receiving the American Legion Distinguished Service Medal, the American Legion National Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah, the Salt Palace Center, September 4, 1984
  7. To the Pennsylvania Political Union, reference Conservatism in America today, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, College Hall, September 13, 1984
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Addresses September 23, 1984-November 26, 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Groundbreaking ceremony for the Greenville Association for the Retarded Adult Care Homes, Greenville, Patrick Center, September 25, 1984
  2. The rededication ceremony for the National Cemetery, Florence, South Carolina, September 30, 1984
  3. Address to the Alcohol Abuse Prevention Conference of the South Carolina Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Charleston, South Carolina, Miller House Hotel, October 7, 1984
  4. To a Convocation on Pornography, Columbia, South Carolina, Assembly Street Holiday Inn, October 18, 1984
  5. United States Department of Labor 'Salute to All American Veterans', Washington, D.C., Great Hall of the Frances Perkins Building, 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W., November 9, 1984
  6. Address by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC)before the Conference of Metropolitan District Chief Judges,
  7. Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, Hyatt Hotel, November 13, 1984
  8. At Farm/City Week 'Kick Off' Seawells, State fairgrounds, Columbia, South Carolina, November 15, 1984
  9. To the Textile section of the New York Board of Trade, New York, New York, Hotel Pierre, November 25, 1984
  10. To the Textile section of the New York Board of Trade, New York, New York, Hotel Pierre, November 26
3 31

Articles 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. ['A Time for Action', 1984].
  2. [Published in Congressional Digest, 'Controversy Over Federal Criminal Sentencing Policy Pro and Con', June-July 1984].
  3. [ 'Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Strom Thurmond' in First Monday: The Republican News Magazine, July/August 1984].
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Press Releases January 4, 1984-May 4, 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. [The annual South Carolina Congressional Delegation meeting has been scheduled for January 20, 1984, at 10:00 am in the Senate Chamber of the State House in Columbia], Washington, D.C., January 4, 1984.
  2. Concerning the Department of Education report ranking South Carolina's education system, Washington, D.C., January 5, 1984.
  3. [U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice has named Wallace K. Lightsey to serve as Law Clerk at the high court for 1984-1985 term], Washington, D.C., January 6, 1983.
  4. [Senator Thurmond nominated William Clyde Barnes, Jr. as a principle appointee to the United States Military Academy, in West Point, New York], Washington, D.C, January 23, 1983.
  5. [Senator Thurmond nominated Grady O. 'Chip' Morton, Jr. as a principle appointee to the United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado], Washington, D.C, January 24, 1983.
  6. [Senator Thurmond nominated William Robert Pearson as a principle appointee to the United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado], Washington, D.C, January 24, 1983.
  7. [Senator Thurmond nominated Richard Howard Lancaster as a principle appointee to the United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado], Washington, D.C, January 24, 1983.
  8. [Senator Thurmond nominated Robert Durward Pridgen as a principle appointee to the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland], Washington, D.C, January 24, 1983.
  9. Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) today nominated five high school senators for principal appointments to the Nation's military academies, Washington, D.C., January 24, 1984.
  10. [Senator Thurmond will sponsor a seminar in Columbia to help South Carolina's rural communities that are competing for Federal grants and aid], Washington, D.C., January 25, 1984.
  11. Concerning a telephone conversation with South Carolina State Senator Norma Russell of Lexington, South Carolina, Washington, D.C., January 25, 1984.
  12. In response to the President's State of the Union message, Washington, D.C., January 25, 1984.
  13. Charleston, South Carolina, firm is likely to benefit from a ruling by the Pentagon today that U.S. defense contractors must by high-carbon ferrochrome, Washington, D.C., January 27, 1984.
  14. South Carolina military bases are slated to receive more than $85 million in new projects under the Reagan Administration's proposed 1985 defense spending bill, Washington, D.C., January 31, 1984.
  15. [Senate approves a major anti-crime bill], Washington, D.C., February 2, 1984.
  16. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development approved a $3.05 million Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG) to the city of West Columbia, Washington, D.C., February 3, 1984.
  17. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development approved a $3.05 million Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG) to the city of West Columbia, Washington, D.C., February 3, 1984.
  18. Dr. Phanor L. Perot, Jr. has been appointed as a member of the National Advisory Neurological and Communicative Disorders and Stroke Council], Washington, D.C., February 6, 1984.
  19. [Senate approved a measure which would substantially reform federal habeas corpus procedure], Washington, D.C., February 6, 1984.
  20. Legislation reforming the court-created exclusionary rule cleared the Senate today, Washington, D.C., February 7, 1984.
  21. [Senator Thurmond nominated John Martin 'Jake' Carlisle as a principle appointee to the United States Military Academy, in West Point, New York], Washington, D.C, February 7, 1984.
  22. [Senator Thurmond nominated John Martin 'Jake' Carlisle as a principle appointee to the United States Military Academy, in West Point, New York], Washington, D.C, February 7, 1984.
  23. [Senator Thurmond discussed 'two of our Nation's greatest priorities-a stronger economy and tougher laws to fight crime' before Cherokee County Chamber of Congress], Gaffney, South Carolina, February 10, 1984.
  24. [Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond on the U.S.-Soviet Relations], Washington, D.C., February 10, 1984.
  25. [U.S. Navy has designated Charleston, South Carolina, as homeport for the guided missiles frigate HAWES (FFG 53)], Washington, D.C., February 10, 1984.
  26. [U.S. Navy has designated Charleston, South Carolina, as homeport for the guided missiles frigate HAWES (FFG 53)], Washington, D.C., February 10, 1984.
  27. [The hearings on the nomination of Edwin Meese to be Attorney General have been rescheduled for March 1 and 2], Washington, D.C., February 16, 1984.
  28. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduced legislation to protect woodlands in Sumter National Forest], Washington, D.C., February 21, 1984.
  29. [Farmers Home Administration will provide $5 million in economic emergency loans for South Carolina's farmers that have been jeopardized by budget cuts], Washington, D.C., February 22, 1984.
  30. [Senate approved a bill to re-establish a constitutional procedure to impose capital punishment for serious federal crimes], Washington, D.C., February 22, 1984.
  31. [Winners of the 1984 Japan-U.S. Senate Scholarship Program], Washington, D.C., February 22, 1984.
  32. [President Reagan reappointed Greenville County School Superintendent J. Floyd Hall to the National Council for Educational Research], Washington, D.C., March 8, 1984.
  33. [President Reagan reappointed Greenville County School Superintendent J. Floyd Hall to the National Council for Educational Research], Washington, D.C., March 8, 1984.
  34. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduced legislation establishing a Federal program to assist crime victims], March 13, 1984.
  35. [House approved a bill to reimburse the City of Abbeville, South Carolina for electrical capacity it will lose as a result of construction of government's Richard B. Russell Dam], Washington, D.C., March 13, 1984.
  36. [A conference concerning National Poison Prevention Week will be held on Tuesday, March 20, 1984], Washington, D.C., March 16, 1984.
  37. [Kickoff for Health Fair Week will take place at the Russell Caucus Room on March 21, 1984], Washington, D.C., March 19, 1984.
  38. [Senate voted down a proposed amendment to allow voluntary vocal prayer in public schools], Washington, D.C., March 20, 1984.
  39. [Senate approved a farm commodities bill which freezes target prices on feed grain and cotton, while boosting the amount of money available for Economic Emergency loans], Washington, D.C., March 23, 1984.
  40. [The bill to reimburse the City of Abbeville was passed into law], Washington, D.C., March 26, 1984.
  41. Regarding the February, 1984 Textile Import Statistics, [Washington, D.C.], March 29, 1984.
  42. [Senator Thurmond will tour areas of South Carolina in an effort to help them obtain Federal disaster assistance], Washington, D.C., March 29, 1984.
  43. Concerning President Reagan's decision to approve Federal disaster relief to South Carolina counties suffering tornado damage, Washington, D.C., March 30, 1984.
  44. [Senator Thurmond requested that President Reagan personally oversee the State's request for disaster aid], Washington, D.C., March 30.
  45. [The U.S. Postal Service will issue a new stamp honoring American artist and naturalist John James Audubon], Washington, D.C., April 10, 1984.
  46. [Senator Thurmond pledged against his opposition today to a House proposal placing population limitations on the use of tax-free Industrial Revenue Bonds], Washington, D.C., April 11, 1984.
  47. [U.S. Agricultural Department approved $800,000 to farmers in seven counties for federal disaster assistant], Washington, D.C., April 16, 1984.
  48. Senator Strom Thurmond urged a Senate subcommittee today to approve his bill strengthening 'country of origin' labeling requirements on domestic and imported textile and apparel goods', Washington, D.C., April 25, 1983.
  49. [Senator Thurmond introduced legislation for the creation of a nation memorial to the 'American Armed Forces'], Washington, D.C., April 25, 1984.
  50. [Dr. Pontheolla T. Williams was appointed to a full-time position with the National Adult Literacy Initiative of the U.S. Department of Education], Washington, D.C., April 30, 1984.
  51. Senator Strom Thurmond urged quick action today on a measure which would establish the first Federal program to compensate crime victims, Washington, D.C., May 1, 1984.
  52. [The U.S. Senate delegation will participate in ceremonies commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Allied offensive in France next month], Washington, D.C., May 3, 1984.
  53. [President Reagan nominated Weston Adams to be U.S. Ambassador to the African nation of Malawi], Washington, D.C., May 7, 1984.
  54. [Senate Judiciary Committee approved Senator Thurmond's bill to establish a Federal program to compensate crime victims], Washington, D.C., May 10, 1984.
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Press Releases May 16, 1984-August 17, 1984 

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  1. [Senate Armed Services subcommittee approved more than $22.1 million in funds for construction of new projects at South Carolina military bases], Washington, D.C., May 16, 1984.
  2. Senator Strom Thurmond will lead a Senate delegation today to a ceremony honoring the Unknown Solider from the Vietnam War, Washington, D.C., May 25, 1984.
  3. [President Reagan appointed Jean Galloway Bissell to be a Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit], Washington, D.C., May 29, 1984.
  4. Senator Strom Thurmond will join Secretary of State George Shultz and a member of the House of Representatives at the Inauguration Friday of Salvadoran President Jose Napoleon Duarate, Washington, D.C., May 30, 1984.
  5. [Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved and sent the nomination of Weston Adams to U.S. Ambassador of Malawi], Washington, D.C., June 5, 1984.
  6. Thurmond will introduce legislation that will bar individuals who have not registered for the draft from holding federal civil service jobs, Washington, D.C., June 7, 1984.
  7. [Senator Thurmond introduced legislation that will give state and local governments more discretion in using Federal highway funds], Washington, D.C., June 7, 1984.
  8. [Senator Thurmond and South Carolina Governor Riley will meet will members of Congress in an effort to break the deadlock over the issue concerning regional disposal of low-level radioactive waste], June 7, 1984.
  9. [Senate approved the nominations for Weston Adams to be the U.S. Ambassador to the African nation of Malawi and Jean Galloway Bissell to be a Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals], Washington, D.C., June 8, 1984.
  10. [Senator Thurmond and South Carolina Governor Riley will be available for questions concerning disposal of low-level nuclear waste], Washington, D.C., June 13, 1984.
  11. [Senator Thurmond's bill concerning Country of originLabeling requirements was approved by the Senate Commerce Committee and sent to the full Senate for consideration], Washington, D.C., June 13, 1984.
  12. [Senator Thurmond will hold a press conference regarding introduction of new legislation on armor-piercing bullets], Washington, D.C., June 14, 1984.
  13. [U.S. Energy Department approved more than $706,300 in federal energy conservation grants for public facilities in 11 South Carolina counties], Washington, D.C., June 25, 1984.
  14. [Four South Carolina museums and the Riverbanks Zoological Park will share more than $194,000 in Federal grants], Washington, D.C., June 26, 1984.
  15. [President Reagan appointed Mrs. Wanda L. Forbes to the National Commission on Libraries and Information Science], Washington, D.C., June 26, 1984.
  16. [U.S. Agriculture Department approved $25 million in additional commodity credit guarantees to help Egypt purchase more U.S. tobacco], Washington, D.C., June 28, 1984.
  17. [South Carolina Congressional Delegation will honor American servicemen still listed as Missing from Action from the war in Southeast Asia], Washington, D.C., June 28, 1984.
  18. [Teledyne Corporation has received a government contract of $12,216,200 which will benefit two South Carolina companies], Washington, D.C., June 29, 1984.
  19. [Senate passes an amendment which will strengthen requirements of country of origin labeling for textile and apparel products], Washington, D.C., June 29, 1984.
  20. [U.S. Department of Transportation has approved more than $3,097,000 in federal grants for ten South Carolina localities], Washington, D.C., June 29, 1984.
  21. [Teledyne Corporation has received a government contract of $12,216,200 which will benefit two South Carolina companies], Washington, D.C., June 29, 1984.
  22. [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded a grant of $2,2000 to the Department of Natural Sciences at South Carolina State University], Washington, D.C., July 3, 1984.
  23. [President Reagan will attend the Caribbean Basin Conference at the University of South Carolina], July 10, 1984.
  24. Regarding the McCain vs. Edgefield County Decision, [Washington, D.C.], July 11, 1984
  25. [Senator Thurmond recommended that Emory M. Sneeden fill the vacancy on the Fourth U.S. Circuit of Appeals]Washington, D.C., July 19, 1984.
  26. [The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration approved two grants totaling more than $1.2 million for use in South Carolina's Coastal Management Program and improve productivity of resources along the coast and wetlands], Bluffton, South Carolina, July 20, 1984.
  27. [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approved $545,919 in federal grants to improve South Carolina water quality and help state-administered hazardous waste program], Washington, D.C., July 21, 1984.
  28. [Senate Armed Services Committee approved and sent to the full Senate consideration of Walter T. Cox to be a Judge on the U.S. Court of Military Appeals], Washington, D.C., July 29, 1984.
  29. Senator Strom Thurmond today asked the U.S. Transportation Department and a Senate subcommittee to expand on-going investigations into five Amtrak train accidents, Washington, D.C., July 27, 1984.
  30. Senator Strom Thurmond today asked the U.S. Transportation Department and a Senate subcommittee to expand on-going investigations into five Amtrak train accidents, Washington, D.C., July 27, 1984.
  31. [Senate approved Walter T. Cox to be a Judge on the U.S. Court of Military Appeals], Washington, D.C., July 27, 1984.
  32. House and Senate conferees reached agreement today on a $9.3 billion spending package for new construction projects on the Nation's military bases-including more than $108.6 million in funds for installations in South Carolina, Washington, D.C., August 1, 1984.
  33. [Lockheed Corporation plans to open aircraft maintenance and modification facilities at the Donaldson Center Industrial Park in Greenville, South Carolina], Washington, D.C., August 2, 1984.
  34. Legislation outlawing the use of drugs or alcohol by on-duty railroad workers and mandating tough new penalties for violators will be introduced this week by Senator Strom Thurmond, Washington, D.C., August 7, 1984.
  35. [Senate passed measure which would provide assistance to victims of crime], Washington, D.C., August 10, 1984.
  36. [Senate passed an amendment to establish a new federal program aimed at combating juvenile delinquency and locating missing children], Washington, D.C., August 10, 1984.
  37. [Senate passed two measures affecting the Federal lands in South Carolina], Washington, D.C., August 10, 1984.
  38. [Senate passed measure which would provide assistance to victims of crime], Washington, D.C., August 10, 1984.
  39. [Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) awarded four grants totaling $212,566 to benefit the Piedmont region of South Carolina], Washington, D.C., August 13, 1984.
  40. Concerning threats by the Peoples' Republic of China to discontinue grain purchases form the United States in response to Textile Import Enforcement, Washington, D.C., August 13, 1984.
  41. Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) today met with officials of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to reiterate his concerns surrounding the proposed plans by the City of Augusta, Georgia, to diver portions of the Savannah River to helps its hydroelectric plant generate power, Washington, D.C., August 13, 1984.
  42. [South Carolina will receive an additional $9,754,267 in new obligation authority allocated for federal highway projects during the remainder of the fiscal year], Washington, D.C., August 16, 1984.
  43. Concerning a proposed legislation to transfer health review authority at nuclear facilities from the Department of Energy to the Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C., August 16, 1984.
  44. Concerning a proposed legislation to transfer health review authority at nuclear facilities from the Department of Energy to the Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C., August 16, 1984.
  45. [Senator Thurmond spoke today at the open house of Carpenter Technology Corporation's wire-producing plant], Orangeburg, South Carolina, August 17, 1984.
  46. [Senator Thurmond spoke today at the open house of Carpenter Technology Corporation's wire-producing plant], Orangeburg, South Carolina, August 17, 1984.
  47. [Federal Crop Insurance Corporation will extend crop insurance coverage], Washington, D.C., August 17, 1984.
  48. [Senator Thurmond spoke today at the open house of Carpenter Technology Corporation's wire-producing plant], Orangeburg, South Carolina, August 17, 1984. (2 copies)
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Press Releases September 7, 1984-December 18, 1984 

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  1. [South Carolina will receive an unexpected $5.2 million boost in Federal highway funds this month], Washington, D.C., September 7, 1984.
  2. [Agriculture Secretary John Block asked President Reagan to determine if tobacco imports are undercutting the government's price support program], Washington, D.C., September 7, 1984.
  3. [President Reagan ordered the International Trade Organization to conduct an investigation to determine if tobacco imports are undercutting the government's price support program], Washington, D.C., September 11, 1984.
  4. [Senate approved bill strengthening country-of-origin labeling requirements for all textile goods], Washington, D.C., September 12, 1984.
  5. [Senate Judiciary Committee approved and sent to full Senate a proposed Constitutional Amendment requiring a balanced federal budget], Washington, D.C., September 12, 1984.
  6. [Thursday night Senator Strom Thurmond cast his 10,000th recorded vote as a U.S. Senator], Washington,D.C., September 14, 1984.
  7. [U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded $377,000 grant to South Carolina to help provide transportation for the elderly and handicapped], Washington, D.C., September 18, 1984.
  8. [Senate Judiciary Committee approved Emory M. Sneeden to be a Judge on the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals], Washington, D.C., September 20, 1984.
  9. [President Reagan signed into law Senator Thurmond's textile labeling bill], Washington, D.C., September 24, 1984.
  10. [Eight South Carolina communities are slated to receive more than $9 million in Federal aid for housing the low-income elderly and handicapped], Washington, D.C., September 25, 1984.
  11. [Senator Thurmond moved to block construction of a controversial power plant in North Carolina], Washington, D.C., September 26, 1984.
  12. [Senate approved and sent to the House Senator Thurmond's bill authorizing the creation of a national memorial to the 'American Armored Forces'], Washington, D.C., September 28, 1984.
  13. [U.S. House passed legislation which would make possible land exchange between the United States Forest Service and South Carolina Public Service Authority], Washington, D.C., October 2, 1984.
  14. [U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved more than $23.2 million in federal funds for construction or improvements of wastewater treatment facilities in 12 South Carolina communities], Washington, D.C., October 3, 1984.
  15. [Senate authorized a three-year study to determine whether a large section of the scenic Horse pasture River in North Carolina should remain undeveloped], Washington, D.C., October 3, 1984.
  16. [U.S. Agriculture Department has declared seven South Carolina counties natural disaster areas], Washington, D.C., October 3, 1984.
  17. [Senate confirmed the nomination of Emory M. Sneeden to be a judge on the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals], Washington, D.C., October 4, 1984.
  18. [Senate approved an amendment which would authorize Federal funding to help construct the proposed Connector joining the Isle of Palms with Mt. Pleasant], Washington, D.C., October 4, 1984.
  19. [Senate gave final approval to a measure which would make possible a land exchange between the United States Forest Service and the South Carolina Public Service Authority], Washington, D.C., October 4, 1984.
  20. [Senate gave final approval to the bill designation the principal visitors center at the Congaree Swamp National Monument as the 'Harry R. E. Hampton Visitors Center'], October 4, 1984.
  21. [Senate gave final approval to a measure which would make possible a land exchange between the United States Forest Service and the South Carolina Public Service Authority], Washington, D.C., October 4, 1984.
  22. [Senate approved a comprehensive anti-crime bill as part of a stop-gap spending measure], Washington, D.C., October 4, 1984.
  23. House and Senate conferees have agreed to a proposal by Senator Strom Thurmond to give 'priority funding consideration' to construction of a new airport in Cherokee County, South Carolina], Washington, D.C., October 11, 1984.
  24. Senator Strom Thurmond hailed passage today of his legislation to relieve local governments from the burden of expensive antitrust damage awards, Washington, D.C., October 11, 1984.
  25. [President Reagan signed into law two bills affecting scenic areas in central South Carolina], October 19, 1984.
  26. [Small Business Administration declared that shrimping businesses in thirteen South Carolina counties are eligible for low-interest disaster loans], Washington, D.C., October 19, 1984.
  27. [U.S. Department of Agriculture has authorized $89 million in Commodity Credit Corporation credit guarantees to U.S. exporter for exports of American farm products to Egypt], Washington, D.C., November 1, 1984.
  28. [General Services Administration awarded a $26 million contract to a Charleston firm to produce metal alloys essential to the U.S. defense efforts], Washington, D.C., November 2, 1984.
  29. [Senator Strom Thurmond received the 'Man of the Year' award today from the New York Board of Trade's Textile Section], Washington, D.C., November 26, 1984.
  30. [Senator Thurmond was re-elected Senate President Pro Tempore by Republican Senators who met to select their 99th leaders of Congress], Washington, D.C., November 28, 1984.
  31. [Navy Department awarded a $3.3 million contract to Lockheed Corp. to modify P-3A Orion aircraft for use in detecting drug smugglers], Washington, D.C., November 29, 1984.
  32. [President Reagan appointed Lee M. Thomas to the new Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency], Washington, D.C., November 29, 1984.
  33. [President Reagan appointed Lee M. Thomas to the new Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency], Washington, D.C., November 29, 1984.
  34. [Two South Carolina bands have been selected to participate in the January 21 Presidential Inaugural Parade]Washington, D.C., December 18, 1984.
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Questions and Answers 1984 

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  1. Statement and questions by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) at the FY 85 Defense Posture Hearing, SR-325, February 1, 1984
  2. Statement and questions by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) at the Senate Armed Service Committee Army Posture Hearing, SR-222, February 2, 1984
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Remarks 1984 

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  1. Before the Greenville Lions Club, Colonial Court Motel, Greenville, South Carolina, January 11, 1984
  2. Before the Bishopville Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs, Cotton Lynn Restaurant, Bishopville, South Carolina, January 16, 1984
  3. To the Regional Organized Crime Information Center Winter Conference, Airport Hilton, Nashville, Tennessee, February 8, 1984
  4. To the 20th Anniversary Gala of the Republican Congressional Boosters, Palm Beach, Florida, The Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, March 3, 1984
  5. To the South Carolina Republican Party Convention, the Cantey Building, State Fairgrounds, Columbia, South Carolina, April 14, 1984.
  6. Excerpts of remarks by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) at campaign '84 Dinner, Birmingham, Alabama, April 19, 1984.
  7. At the Senate Prayer Breakfast, June 20, 1984
  8. At the Strom Thurmond Awards for Excellence in Law Enforcement, Fort Jackson Officers' Club, November 1, 1984
  9. The Dedication of Monument to Saluda County Veterans, Saluda County Courthouse Grounds, Saluda, South Carolina, November 11, 1984
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Speeches 1984 

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  1. Regarding the reopening of the Macalloy Corporation to supply federal government stockpiling needs during a luncheon at the Mills House, Charleston, South Carolina, February 14, 1984.
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Statements 1984 

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  1. Regarding a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court legalizing the use of video tape recording devices for home use, January 17, 1984.
  2. Regarding President Reagan's decision to re-deploy U.S. marines in Beirut, Lebanon, February 8, 1984.
  3. To the Second Federal Pension Forum, Washington, D.C., 106 Dirksen Building, February 16, 1984.
  4. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond concerning prayer in public schools, taped in Washington, D.C., March 6, 1984.
  5. Concerning his re-election, March 19, 1984.
  6. Opening statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) welcoming guest to the 1984 Nation Kickoff Ceremony for Health Fair Week, Russell Caucus Room, Washington, D.C.,March 21, 1984
  7. On the 25th Anniversary of the Radio Station WGOF in Wahalla, South Carolina, April 3, 1984.
  8. Concerning the death of General Mark Clark, Washington, D.C., April 17, 1984.
  9. Concerning an amendment by Senator Ernest F. Hollings (D-SC) to cut federal deficits, May 2, 1984.
  10. For a video tape on the National Academy of Corrections being located at the University of South Carolina College of Criminal Justice, taped in Washington, D.C., May 4, 1984.
  11. Regarding the 40th anniversary of the Allied Invasion of Europe known as D-Day, taped in Washington, D.C., May 31, 1984.
  12. Regarding the closing of the General Electric Plant in Charleston, South Carolina, June 2, 1984.
  13. On the nomination of Jean Galloway Bissell to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 226 DSOB, June 7, 1984
  14. At a press conference on S. 2766, legislation relating to armor-piercing ammunition, June 15, 1984
  15. Concerning the L-Reactor at the Savannah River Plant, July 6, 1984.
  16. Groundbreaking ceremony for the Greenville Association for the Retarded Adult Care Homes, Greenville, Patrick Center, September 23, 1984
  17. Radio spot by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) regarding voting on Election Day, prepared for Radio StationWCKN in Winnsboro, South Carolina, without coast to office or campaign, October 25, 1984.
  18. Radio spot by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) urging South Carolinians to vote on November 6, 1984.
  19. Radio spot by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) urging South Carolinians to vote on November 6, 1984, prepared for Radio Station WCKN in Winnsboro, South Carolina at the station's request, no cost for airing.
  20. Concerning the death of Judge Robert Martin of the U.S. District Court, November 15, 1984.
  21. Radio spot by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) urging South Carolinians to vote on November 6, 1984.
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Statements-Committee January 25, 1984-April 25, 1984 

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  1. Before the Subcommittee on Juvenile Justice reference S. 2014, the Missing Children's Assistance Act, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, February 7, 1984
  2. Before the Subcommittee on Juvenile Justice, reference violence in the schools, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, January 25, 1984
  3. Before the Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure reference proposed Grassley amendment to S. 1080 on legislative veto, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, February 8, 1984
  4. Before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing to consider to proposed budget for the Veterans' Administration for Fiscal Year 1985, Room Sr-418, February 8, 1984
  5. Before the Senate Committee on rules and administration in support of S. Res. 310 concerning the budget of the Committee on the Judiciary, February 9, 1984.
  6. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs Committee reference hearing to conduct oversight and consider legislation relating to the VA Loan Guaranty Program, SR-418, February 29, 1984
  7. Before the subcommittee on the Constitution, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference Senate Joint Resolution 5, a proposed Balanced Budget Amendment, Room 418 Russell Senate Office Building, March 6, 1984
  8. Before the Subcommittee on Courts, Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 1156, Circuit Court Workload, 106 Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 7, 1984
  9. Before the Subcommittee on Aging reference Title V of the Older Americans Act, 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 13, 1984
  10. Before a joint hearing of the Senate and the House Veterans' Affairs Committees reference legislative goals and priorities of AMVETS, the Military Order of the Purple Heart, the Blinded Veterans Association, the Paralyzed Veterans of America and the Veterans of World War I, Room 106, Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 18, 1984.
  11. Before the Subcommittee on Civil Service, Post Office, and General Services, Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, reference S. 2115 to amend provisions regarding the Executive Exchange Program, Room 342, Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 28, 1984
  12. Before the Subcommittee on the Constitution, reference S. 1335 and S. 2395, proposed Freedom of Information Act Amendments, April 3, 1984
  13. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference hearing on Reauthorization of the National Science Foundation, 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 4, 1984
  14. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse reference hearing on the Role of Media in Drug Abuse Prevention and Education, 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 6, 1984
  15. Before the Committee on the Judiciary and the Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference rejection of Collective Bargaining Agreements in Bankruptcy Reorganization Proceedings, Room SD-430, Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 10, 1984
  16. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs reference hearing to consider Veterans' Health Legislation, 418 Russell Senate Office Building, April 11, 1984
  17. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference hearing of Financial Irregularities, Grantee Defunding and Past Political Activity of the Legal Services Corporation, 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 11, 1984.
  18. Before the Subcommittee on Criminal Law, Senate Judiciary Committee reference the impact of courtroom media coverage, April 24, 1984
  19. Before the Subcommittee on the Constitution reference S. J. Res. 71, 'The Lame Duck Amendment', April 24, 1984.
  20. Before the Committee on the Judiciary reference S. 1578, the 'Local Government Antitrust Act', SD-226 Dirksen Office Building Senate Office Building, April 24, 1984.
  21. Before the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Affairs, reference S. 1816, SR. 253, April 25, 1984
  22. Before the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference hearing to consider nomination of Fred Alvarez to the EEOC and the nominations of Thomas Smegal, Jr., Basile Joseph Uddo, Hortencia Venavides, and Lorain Miller as members of the Legal Services Corporation Board, Room 430, Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 25, 1984
  23. Before the Subcommittee on the Constitution, reference S. 119, the Constitutional Convention Implementation Act, April 25, 1984
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Statements-Committee May 10, 1984-September 18, 1984 

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  1. Before the Subcommittee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse reference hearing on the impact of drugs on crime, Room 328, Russell Senate Office Building, May 10, 1984
  2. Before the Subcommittee on the Constitution, reference oversight on Grove City College vs. Bell, May 30, 1984
  3. Before the Subcommittee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse reference hearing to consider the need for a national minimum drinking age, Room 628 Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 15, 1984
  4. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Public Lands and Reserved Water reference the Capital Children's Museum and the Learning Opportunity Center, June 28, 1984.
  5. Before the Senate Subcommittee on the Handicapped regarding recommendation to improve services provided for mentally retarded persons under Title XIX of the Social Security Act, Room 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, July 31, 1984
  6. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse reference the hearing to consider reauthorization of NIDA and NIAAA, 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, May 1, 1984
  7. Before the Senate Committee on Judiciary, reference S. 2423, the Victims of Crime Assistance Act of 1984, May 1, 1984
  8. Hearing to consider nomination of Frank C. Casillas to be Assistant Secretary of Labor, 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, May 2, 1984, 4:00 p.m.
  9. Before the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference hearing to consider S. 2117, the 'Nation Childhood Vaccine-Injury Compensation Act', Room 562 Dirksen Senate Office Building, May 3, 1984
  10. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, reference S. 2606, the Department of Justice Appropriation Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1985, May 7, 1984.'
  11. Opening statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 915, the 'Taxpayer Antitrust Enforcement Act of 1983', May 16, 1984
  12. Before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources reference the nomination of Mr. Ben Rusche as Director of the Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management in the Department of Energy, Room 336 Dirksen Building, May 17, 1984
  13. Opening statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) reference S. 1680, the 'Malt Beverage Interbrand Competition Act', SD-226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, May 22, 1984
  14. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Public Lands and Reserved Water reference S. 648, a bill to facilitate the exchange of certain lands in South Carolina, S. 1889, a bill to designate the Congaree Swamp Nation Monument Visitor Center the 'Harry R. E. Hampton Visitor Center', and S.J. Res. 277 providing for the erection of a monument commemoration the 'American Armored Force', May 22, 1984.
  15. Before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, reference the nomination of Weston Adams to be United States Ambassador to the Republic of Malawi, Room 419, Dirksen Senate Office Building, May 24, 1984
  16. Before the Labor and Human Resources Committee reference hearing on health care technology assessment, Room 430, Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 7, 1984
  17. Before theLabor and Human Resources Committee reference hearing to consider S. 2748, the proposed 'Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act of 1984', and Draft Drug Export Reform legislation, 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 28, 1984
  18. Before the Subcommittee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse reference hearing on drugs and terrorism, Room 106, Dirksen Senate Office Building, August 2, 1984
  19. Before the Public Lands and National Parks Subcommittee of the House Committee on the Interior and Insular Affairs reference S. 179, a bill to assist in the preservation and interpretation of the Art Barn and Pierce Mill located in Rock Creek Park, September 11, 1984.
  20. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing to receive the legislative goals of the American Legion, SR-418, September 18, 1984
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Statements on the Senate Floor circa 1984-February 21, 1984 

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  1. Colloquy between Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) and Senator John Danforth (R-MO), 1984.
  2. Colloquy between Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) and Senator John Danforth (R-MO), 1984.
  3. Introduction of a bill to clarify the obligations of broadcasters to legally qualified candidates from public office, January, 1984.
  4. Co-sponsorship of S. 2099, a bill to delay for two years the mandatory coverage of employees of religious organizations under Social Security, January, 1984.
  5. Tribute to the late Judge Robert W. Hemphill of Chester, South Carolina, January 23, 1984.
  6. Concerning the death of James Chapman of Spartanburg, South Carolina, January 23, 1984.
  7. Regarding repeal of the 3.5 percent pay raise for members of congress, January 26, 1984.
  8. Concerning Real Peace: A Strategy for the West written by former President Richard M. Nixon, January 26, 1984.
  9. Regarding the introduction of Nation Student Leadership Week, January 26, 1984.
  10. Legislation to release the federal rights in certain lands owned by Clemson University, January 26, 1984.
  11. Regarding the introduction of Nation Student Leadership Week,, January 26, 1984.
  12. Introduction of a bill to clarify the obligations of broadcasters to legally qualified candidates for public office, February 2, 1984.
  13. Deputy Attorney General Edward C. Schmults, February 2, 1984.
  14. Recognizing Charleston Naval Shipyard receipt of Chief Naval Material Productivity Excellence Award, February 8, 1984.
  15. S. 1765, a bill to establish Constitutional procedures for the imposition of the sentence of death in certain heinous federal crimes, February 8, 1984.
  16. Introduction of a Joint Resolution designation 'National Physical Fitness and Sports Month', February 9, 1984.
  17. Organized Crime Commission Authority to subpoena a witness, February 9, 1984.'
  18. S. 1388 Veterans' Compensation and Program Improvements Amendment of 1983, February 9, 1984.
  19. Introducing legislation authorizing aliens to enlist in the regular army, February 9, 1984.
  20. Lithuanian Independence Day, February 21, 1984.
  21. Report from the President on Lebanon, February 21, 1984.
  22. Introducing legislation for re-computation of retirement credit for certain national guard technicians, February 21, 1984.
  23. Introduction of legislation designation certain lands in the Sumter National Forest as a part of the Wilderness Preservation System, February 21, 1984.
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Statements on the Senate Floor February 27, 1984-March 2, 1984 

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  1. S. 774, the Freedom of Information Reform Act, February 27, 1984.
  2. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC), ranking majority member, Senate Armed Services Committee, on the Senate floor introducing the Fiscal Year 1985 authorization for military construction, February 28, 1984.
  3. Concerning the quest for freedom by Soviet Jews, February 29, 1984.
  4. Tribute to Reverend Feltham Syreen James, February 29, 1984.
  5. Introduction of resolution to designate March 21, as 'National Single Parent Day', March, 1984.
  6. Concerning the winners of the Sertoma Club Essay Contest, March 1, 1984.
  7. Major crime proposals that have passed the Senate, March 1, 1984.
  8. Concerning Senate Joint Resolution 204, 'Women's History Week', March 5, 1984.
  9. S. J. Res. 73, the Voluntary School Prayer Constitutional Amendment, March 5, 1984.
  10. The nomination of William A. Wilson to be United States Ambassador to the Holy See, March 7, 1984.
  11. Bankruptcy legislation, March 15, 1984.'
  12. H.R. 4072, the Agriculture Commodities Program Adjustment of 1984, March 15, 1984.
  13. Bankruptcy legislation, March 15, 1984.'
  14. An amendment concerning oil mergers, March 21, 1984.
  15. The veto of S. 684, the Water Resource Research Act of 1983, March 21, 1984.
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Statements on the Senate Floor March 22, 1984-May 3, 1984 

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  1. H.R. 4072, the Agriculture Commodities Program Adjustment Act of 1984, March 22, 1984.
  2. Concerning amendment offered by Senator Bumpers (D-Ark.) to H.R. 4072, March 22, 1984.
  3. Concerning Mr. John Fling of Columbia, South Carolina, March 26, 1984.'
  4. H.R. 3249, to grant a federal charter to the National Academy of Public Administration, Mach 27, 1984.
  5. Concerning retired South Carolina Supreme Court Justice J. Woodrow Lewis and newly appointed Chief Justice C. Bruce Littlejohn, March 27, 1984.
  6. Tribute to Dr. Wil Lou Gray, March 27, 1984.
  7. An amendment concerning oil mergers, March 28, 1984.
  8. Emergency aid to El Salvador, March 30, 1984.
  9. Acceptance of compromise amendments to H.R. 3635, the Child Protection Act of 1983, March 30, 1984.
  10. Mitchell amendment to the Reconciliation Bill authorizing and increase in the salaries of the Federal Judiciary, April, 1984.
  11. Concerning special operation forces, April 3, 1984.
  12. Concerning those who provided assistance to tornado victims in South Carolina, April 3, 1984.
  13. An amendment to H.R. 2163, expressing opposition to the imposition of per capita limitations of tax-exempt industrial development bonds, April 10, 1984.
  14. Colloquy between Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) and Senator Bob Dole, Chairman of the Finance Committee, concerning interpretation of tax-exempt leasing provisions in the Deficit Reduction Act of 1984.
  15. Introducing a bill to authorize the erection of a monument to recognize American Armored Forces, April 24, 1984.
  16. Tribute to Dr. Benjamin Mays on the floor of the Senate, April 24, 1984.
  17. S. 1870, the Credit and Debit Card Counterfeiting and Fraud Act, April 25, 1984.
  18. Concerning the inauguration of Dr. Thomas C. Stanton, President of Francis Marion College, South Carolina, April 26, 1984.
  19. Introduction of a joint resolution designating the week of May 7, 1984 as 'National Arson Awareness Week', April 26, 1984.'
  20. Concerning military construction aspects of S. 2723, on the Senate floor, May 1984.
  21. Mattingly amendment to provide the President line-item veto authority with respect to appropriations, May, 1984.
  22. Concerning the award to Army Second Lieutenant Jerrette Lee, outstanding Reserve Officers Training Corps Graduate in 1983, May, 1985.
  23. Cop-sponsorship of a concurrent resolution expressing the sense of congress that the federal government take immediate steps to support a National Storm Program, May 2, 1984.
  24. Introduction of four anti-terrorism bills recommended by the administration, May 2, 1984.
  25. The Kassebaum, Grassley, Biden budget amendment to H.R. 2163, the Federal Boat Safety Act, May 3, 1984.
  26. Concerning a national day of prayer, May 3, 1984.
  27. Regarding the Clemson Players, May 16, 1984.
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Statements on the Senate Floor May 16, 1984-July 31, 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Introduction of legislation designating June 1984 as 'Veterans' Preference Month', May 16, 1984.
  2. H.R. 2163, the Federal Boat Safety Act, May 17, 1984.
  3. Nomination of J. Harvie Wilkinson III to be a United States Circuit Judge for the Fourth Circuit, May 22, 1984.
  4. S. 476, a bill to amend Title II of the Social Security Act, May 22, 1984.
  5. Packwood amendment on rejection of collective bargaining agreements in Chapter 11 Proceedings, May 22, 1984.
  6. Concerning Kathleen P. Jennings on receiving the Young Women Achievers in the United States Award, June 8, 1984.
  7. Introduction of legislation limiting manufacture and importation of armor-piercingbullets, June 14, 1984.
  8. S. 2606, a bill to authorize appropriations for the Department of Justice for Fiscal Year 1985, June 15, 1984.
  9. Consumer Products Safety Commission Recognition Day, June 15, 1984.
  10. Concerning Boys Home of the South and its founder, Mr. Charles W. Aiken of South Carolina, June 18, 1984.
  11. Concerning the 1984 Health Fair Program, June 18, 1984.
  12. Package of amendments to substitute Bankruptcy Amendment, June 19, 1984.
  13. The conference report on the Budget Deficit Reduction Package, June 27, 1984.
  14. Textile imports, July 27, 1984.Amendment to add the School Facilities Child Care Act to S. 1285, the Education for Economic Security Act, July 27, 1984.
  15. S. 875, the Trademark Counterfeiting Act of 1984, June 28, 1984.
  16. An amendment to S. 1538 relating to patent term restoration, June 19, 1984.
  17. The conference report of H.R. 5174, the Bankruptcy Amendments and Federal Judgeship Act of 1984, June 29, 1984.
  18. House Concurrent Resolution 332, July 24, 1984.
  19. S. 1841, the 'National Productivity and Innovation Act', July 30, 1984.
  20. Regarding the South Carolina Family of the Year, July 31, 1984.
  21. Tribute to Mr. J. C. Long of Charleston, South Carolina, July 31, 1984.
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Statements on the Senate Floor August 1, 1984-September 17, 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Reference: a tribute to Major General Francis S. Greenlief upon his retirement as the Executive Director of the National Guard Association of the United States, August 1, 1984.
  2. Textile imports, August 1, 1984.
  3. Concerning the Caribbean Conference at the University of South Carolina, August 1, 1984.
  4. S. 2514, the Veterans Administration Health Care Amendments of 1984, August 2, 1984.
  5. National Historically Black Colleges Week, August 6, 1984.
  6. Receipt by Juanita Thorton of the President's Private Sector Initiative Commendation, August 8, 1984.
  7. Introduction of legislation relating to computer offenses, August 9, 1984.
  8. S. 1889, a bill to designate the Congaree Swamp National Monument principle visitors center the 'Harry R. E. Hampton Visitors Center', August 9, 1984.
  9. The nomination of J. Harvie Wilkinson III, of Virginia, to be United States Circuit Judge for the Fourth Circuit, August 9, 1984.
  10. S. 1790, a bill to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to enter into a contract or cooperative agreement with the Art Barn Association toassist in the preservation and interpretation of the Art Barn and Pierce Mill located in Rock Creek Park within the District of Columbia, August 9, 1984.
  11. S. 2423, the Victims of Crime Assistance Act of 1984, August 9, 1984.
  12. H.R. 2175, the Justice Assistance, Missing Children and Juvenile Justice Act of 1984, August 9, 1984.
  13. The 23rd anniversary of the building of the Berlin Wall, August 10, 1984.
  14. Introduction of the Agricultural Patent Reform Act of 1984, August 10, 1984.
  15. S. 2926, the Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act of 1984, August 10, 1984.
  16. Amendments to S. 2527, the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1984, to provide states and local governments greater flexibility and self-determination in addressing specific highway needs, September, 1984.
  17. Tribute to Dr. Walter Grady Bishop, Sr., September 5, 1984.
  18. Introduction of legislation to transfer Enforcement Authority of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act and other statutes to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, September 11, 1984.
  19. S. 1538, the Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act of 1984, September 12, 1984.
  20. Concerning an exemption for textiles/apparel under Free Trade Zone arrangements with Israel, September 17, 1984.
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Statements on the Senate Floor September 18, 1984-October 5, 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. The introduction of the Correctional Improvements Act of 1984, September 18, 1984.
  2. Filing of an amendment S. 2527, the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1984, September 19, 1984.
  3. Concerning the Mitchell Amendment to H.R. 3398, September 20, 1984.
  4. Introduction of legislation to create a federal offense for common carrier operation under the influence of alcohol or drugs, September 25, 1984.
  5. Concerning editorials in the Greenville New-Piedmont on Nuclear Wastes in South Carolina, September 26, 1984.
  6. In support of the conference report on the FY 85 Department of Defense Authorization Act, September 26, 1984.
  7. S. 2736, Veterans Administration Benefit Rate Increase and Improvement Act of 1984, October, 1984.
  8. Amendment to S. 3024, the Surface Transportation Amendments of 1984, to provide states and local governments greater flexibility and self-determination in addressing specific highway needs, October, 1984.
  9. S. 1839, a bill to designate the Congaree Swamp National Monument principal visitors center as the 'Harry R. E. Hampton Visitors Center', October, 1984.
  10. S. Res. 139, a resolution expressing the sense of the Senate's disagreement with the recommendation of the Study Group on Senate Practices and Procedures to consolidate the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs with the Senate Committee on Armed Services, October 3, 1984.
  11. Comprehensive Crime Control Act Amendment to the continuing resolution, October 3, 1984.
  12. An amendment to the Fiscal Year 1985 continuing resolution designating the Lowndesville Recreation Area as the Him Rampy Recreation Area, October 3, 1984.
  13. Concerning the retirement of the Senate Majority Leader Howard H. Baker, Jr., October 4, 1984.
  14. Amendment to s. 3024, the Surface Transportation Amendments of 1984, to provide funding for construction of a highway and bridge project connection the Isle of Palms, South Carolina to the mainland, October 4, 1984.
  15. The retirement of Senator John Tower (R-TX), October 4, 1984.
  16. S. 648, a bill to facilitate the exchange of certain lands in South Carolina, October 4, 1984.
  17. Tribute to retiring Senator Jennings Randolph, October 5, 1984.
  18. In opposition to the Nuclear Freeze Amendment, October 5, 1984.
  19. Concerning William C. Plowden, Jr., Assistant Secretary of Labor for Veterans' Employment and Training, October 5, 1984.
  20. H.R. 1961, Veterans' Dioxin and Radiation Exposure Compensation Standards Act, October 5, 1984.
  21. In tribute to retiring Senator Paul Tsongas, October 5, 1984.
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Statements on the Senate Floor October 9, 1984-October 11, 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Concerning an address at Clemson University by Nancy Harvey Steorts, Chairman of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, entitled, 'Consumer Product Safety: A Public Policy Issue', and an article written by Chairman Steorts and published by Directors and Boards Magazine, entitled, 'New Directions in Product-Safety Regulation', October 9, 1984.
  2. The conference report to H.R. 3398, October 9, 1984.
  3. Genocide Treaty, October 10, 1984.
  4. Colloquy between Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) and Senator Body Dole, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, reference a tax problem, October 11, 1984.
  5. Amendment to change an effective date of a provision in the Deficit Reduction Act of 1984 pertaining to the marketing intervals in limited partnership, October 11, 1984.
  6. On the
  7. Senate floor reference an amendment designating
  8. the Lowndenville Recreation Area as the Jim Rampy
  9. Recreation Area, October 11, 1984.
  10. Conference report on H.J. Res. 648, continuing appropriations for the Fiscal Year 1985, October 11, 1984.
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Strom Thurmond Reports 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Strom Thurmond Reports, 1984 Spring Edition.
  2. Strom Thurmond Reports, 1984 Summer Edition.
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Telephone Conversations 1984 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Memorandum of telephone calls by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) to Mr. Lowell Jensen, Department of Justices, regarding Dr. R. Medencia, [1984].
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1985 

Box Folder

Addresses 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. To the National Conference on Current SEC developments of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Congressional Senate Room, Capitol Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C., January 8, 1985
  2. Ground breaking for Aiken Medical Center, Aiken Community Hospital, Aiken, South Carolina, January 11, 1985.
  3. Before the Brookings Institutions Seminar on the Administration of Justice, Cascades Conference Center, Colonial Williamsburg Motor House, Williamsburg, Virginia, March 8, 1985
  4. Upon receiving the VFW Congressional Award, VFW Congressional Dinner, Sheraton Washington Ballroom, Sheraton Washington Hotel, March 12, 1985
  5. At the tenth annual Homer Ferguson Conference on Appellate Advocacy, Ballroom, Cloyd Marvin Center, George Washington University, Washington, D.C., May 13, 1985
  6. At the Federal Procurement Conference, Seawell's Restaurant, State Fairgrounds, Columbia, South Carolina, October 2, 1985, 8:45 a.m.
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Articles 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. [Article by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) for publication in the Federal Bar News and Journal, 'Insanity Defense, Trademark Counterfeiting, and other MiscellaneousProvisions in the Comprehensive Crime Control Act', February, 1985].
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Press Releases January 3, 1985-June 21, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. [Senator Thurmond told the International Trade Commission that America must adopt comprehensive solutions to massive amounts of low-cost tobacco imports which flood the U.S. market], Washington, D.C., January 3, 1985.
  2. [Senator Thurmond introduced four major pieces of legislation to the 99th Congress], Washington, D.C., January 3, 1985.
  3. [Senator Thurmond was re-elected President Pro-Tempore of the Senate], Washington, D.C., January 3, 1985.
  4. Senators Storm Thurmond and Ernest Hollings will conduct the annual public meeting of the South Carolina Congressional Delegation, Washington, D.C., January 7, 1985.
  5. [Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a confirmation hearing on the nomination of Edwin Meese, III, to be Attorney General of the U.S.], Washington, D.C., January 8, 1985.
  6. Sen. Strom Thurmond (R-SC) invited all South Carolinians attending the upcoming Presidential Inauguration to an open house session at his Capitol Hill office, Washington, D.C., January 10, 1985.
  7. [U.S. Department of Commerce approved a $3 million guaranteed loan for Simpsonville Mills], Washington, D.C., January 16, 1985.
  8. [Blue Cross-Blue Shield of South Carolina has been awarded a $3 million contract for processing civilian health and medical claims for military personnel], Washington, D.C., January 17, 1985.
  9. [Senator Storm Thurmond will introduce three major anti-crime bills next week to Congress], Washington, D.C., January 18, 1985.
  10. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduced a bill to the Senate designated to give State and local governments more control over the use of Federal highway funds], Washington, D.C., January 22, 1985.
  11. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduced a bill that would prevent persons who have not registered for the draft from holding Federal civil service jobs], Washington, D.C., January 22, 1985.
  12. Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) today named three South Carolina high school seniors as principal nominees for appointments to the Nation's military academies, Washington, D.C., January 22, 1985.
  13. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduced legislation which would authorized $76.1 million to deepen the Charleston, South Carolina harbor], Washington, D.C., January 22, 1985.
  14. [Senator Strom Thurmond calls for Railway Safety Study to reduce railroad-highway crossing accidents], Washington, D.C., January 29, 1985.
  15. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduced a bill that would ease vehicle tax records-keeping], Washington, D.C., February 4, 1985.
  16. [Senator Thurmond praised the nomination of Lee M. Thomas to serve as administrator of the Environmental Protection Act], Washington, D.C., February 6, 1985.
  17. [President Reagan's State of the Union address reveals that he is more committed to making America safer, stronger, and freer], Washington, D.C., February 6, 1985.
  18. [Senator Strom Thurmond gives Secretary of Energy nominee John S. Herrington support for his bid as the agency's head], Washington, D.C., February 6, 1985.
  19. [Senator Strom Thurmond urges Treasury Department to approve textile regulations], Washington, D.C., February 11, 1985.
  20. [A new nuclear weapons production reactor will be built at Savannah River Plant], Washington, D.C., February 20, 1985.
  21. ['Country of Origin' textile regulations will be finalized this week], Washington, D.C., February 28, 1985.
  22. [Senator Strom Thurmond threatens to end support for the Urban Development Action Grant], Washington, D.C., March 1, 1985.
  23. [Senator Strom Thurmond confirms Legislative Strategy meetings designed to improve the tobacco program], Washington, D.C., March 5, 1985.
  24. [Senator Strom Thurmond will oppose any attempts by Congress to mandate a 'federal solution' to the nation's low-level radioactive waste problems that does not have support of the States with existing disposal sites], Washington, D.C., March 7, 1985.
  25. [A tough new textile bill to limit foreign imports has been introduced in both House of Congress], Washington, D.C., March 19, 1985.
  26. [Congress will kickoff the tenth anniversary of the nation Health Fair Program], Washington, D.C., March 13, 1985.
  27. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduced a bill that would raise the Veterans' Administration to a cabinet level department], Washington, D.C., March 14, 1985.
  28. [Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) and Representative Floyd Spence (R-SC) announced a $32.2 million loan for rural electric work in South Carolina], Washington, D.C., March 22, 1985.
  29. The Youth Employment Opportunity Wage Act of 1985 was introduced and supported by Senator Thurmond], Washington, D.C., March 28, 1985.
  30. [Senate confirms appointment of Mrs. Wanda L. Forbes to the National Commission of Libraries and Information Science], Washington, D.C., March 28, 1985.
  31. [Senator Thurmond's bill on tax keeping records repeal was passed in the Senate], Washington, D.C., April 3, 1985.
  32. [Senator Strom Thurmond calls for Senate hearings on Federal Crop Insurance proposal], Washington, D.C., April 4, 1985.
  33. [Senator Strom Thurmond will visit the NATO nations], Washington, D.C., April 5, 1985.
  34. [Former Senate Majority Leader Howard H. Baker, Jr. will be the keynote speaker at the University of South Carolina Annual Law Day Banquet], Washington, D.C., April 12, 1985.
  35. [Senator Strom Thurmond recommends Vinton D. Lide for U.S. Attorney for South Carolina], Washington, D.C., April 22, 1985.
  36. [Senator Strom Thurmond announced details of the Constitutional Essay Contest], Washington, D.C., April 22, 1985.
  37. [Senator Strom Thurmond states that aid to Contra is a choice between freedom or tyranny], Washington, D.C., April 23, 1985.
  38. [U.S. Department of Energy drops South Carolina as a site for long-term nuclear waste storage], Washington, D.C., April 25, 1985.
  39. [Senator Strom Thurmond assures South Carolina Medicaid Funds will continue], Washington, D.C., April 30, 1985.
  40. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduces a bill asking Congress to accept pay cut to show willingness to reduce the national deficit], Washington, D.C., May 3, 1985.
  41. [President Reagan has appointed three South Carolinians as Presidential Scholars], Washington, D.C., May 5, 1985.
  42. [Department of Housing and Urban Development award $26,365,000 grant to the state of South Carolina], Washington, D.C., May 8, 1985.
  43. [Senator Thurmond's amendment to the Defense budget passed the Senate], Washington, D.C., May 22, 1985.
  44. [U.S. Navy $17.1 million time charter contract was approved], Washington, D.C., May 24, 1985.
  45. [Senator Strom Thurmond announced the kickoff of a national child-safety project], Washington, D.C., May 25, 1985.
  46. [Senator Strom Thurmond urges Senate join him in a serious tax reform effort], Washington, D.C., May 28, 1985.
  47. Statement by Senator Thurmond (R-SC) concerning President Reagan's Tax Simplification Plan, [Washington, D.C.], May 28, 1985.
  48. [Department of Housing and Urban Develop approved a $320,000 grant for James Square Shopping Center], Washington, D.C., May 31, 1985.
  49. [Federal government approves $11.4 million for South Carolina projects], Washington, D.C., June 3, 1985.
  50. [Senator Strom Thurmond announced the kickoff Kidsafe, a national child-safety program], Washington, D.C., May 25, 1985.
  51. [Senator Thurmond commends Agriculture Secretary John R. Block's nomination of former South Carolina Agriculture Commissioner Bryan Patrick as state executive director of USDA's Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service], Washington, D.C., June 7, 1984.
  52. [Senator Thurmond's textile import bill gains 51 co-sponsors], Washington, D.C., June 7, 1985.
  53. [Blue Cross-Blue Shield of South Carolina has been awarded $4.2 million health contract], Washington, D.C., June 7,1985.
  54. [Senator Strom Thurmond launched a counter-offensive against a lobbying blitz by clothing and textile importers], Washington, D.C., June 12, 1985.
  55. [Senator Strom Thurmond names John R. Steer as administrative assistant], Washington, D.C., June 17, 1985.
  56. Senator Storm Thurmond today cosponsored a Senate resolution urging President Reagan to push for a final accounting of Americans missing in Southeast Asia, Washington, D.C., June 19, 1985.
  57. [$5.5 million in Federal funds for South Carolina projects was approved], Washington, D.C., June 21, 1985.
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Press Releases June 24, 1985-September 19, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. [The Agency for International Development has awarded a $796, 416 contract to Protective Plastics Inc. of Greer], Washington, D.C., June 24, 1985.
  2. [Senator Strom Thurmond refuse the President's Economic Policy Councils textile position], Washington, D.C., June 25, 1985.
  3. [Senator Strom Thurmond announces a $7.8 million contract for the Veterans Administration Center in Charleston], Washington, D.C., June 26, 1985.
  4. [U.S. Navy has chosen Charleston Naval Base as the homeport for two additional squadrons of fast tack submarines], Washington, D.C., June 27, 1985.
  5. [Senator Strom Thurmond addresses Columbia Rotary on deficit spending], Washington, D.C., July 1, 1985.
  6. [Cathy Pulley joins Senator Thurmond's staff as a legislative assistant], July 3, 1985.
  7. [Mike Tongour joins Senator Thurmond's staff as counsel to the Labor and Human Resources Committee], Washington, D.C., July 3, 1985.
  8. [Mary Wells joins Senator Thurmond's staff.], Washington, D.C., July 3, 1985.
  9. [Charleston Naval Shipyard's feasibility as an computer-integrated manufacturing demonstration site will be studied by Navy officials and the South Carolina Research Authority], Washington, D.C., July 3, 1985.
  10. [Senator Thurmond calls for an end to government deficit spending and reforms in the Federal tax system], Washington, D.C., July 5, 1985.
  11. [Senator Thurmond calls for an end to government deficit spending and reforms in the Federal tax system], Washington, D.C., July 6, 1985.
  12. [Senator Strom Thurmond pushes legislation to address the Tobacco Industry problems], Washington, D.C., July 10, 1985.
  13. [Senate Judiciary Committee passed two constitutional amendments which require balanced Federal budgets], Washington, D.C., July 11, 1985.
  14. [Vice President George Bush will attend ground breaking ceremonies at Clemson University for the Strom Thurmond center for Excellence in Government and Public Service], Washington, D.C., July 12, 1985.
  15. [Senator Thurmond says support for textile legislation is growing while administrations reaction shows worry], Washington, D.C., July 12, 1985.
  16. [President Reagan nominates S.L.E.D. Lieutenant Lydia E. Glover as U.S. Marshall], Washington, D.C., July 12, 1985.
  17. [Senator Thurmond tells Finance Committee that the textile bill sends message that the government will not allow the textile industry to die], Washington, D.C., July 15, 1984. (2 copies)
  18. [Senator Thurmond introduces a bill designed to re-instate the CompTime practice for employees], Washington, D.C., July 15, 1985.
  19. [Senate passes legislation regulating future constitutional conventions], Washington, D.C., July 23, 1985.
  20. [Senator Thurmond urges Congress to pass Tobacco bill and states that a delay could collapse the leaf program], Washington, D.C., July 23, 1985.
  21. [Senator Thurmond states that the cut in price support is necessary but he will continue to push legislation], Washington, D.C., July 23, 1985.
  22. [Senate Judiciary clears bill to virtually ban domestic sales of armor-piercing bullets and punish individuals who use them for crime], Washington, D.C., July 25, 1985.
  23. [Senate Judiciary approved nomination of Vinton D. Lide to be the U.S. Attorney for South Carolina], Washington, D.C., July 25, 1985.
  24. [Senate Judiciary Committee clears immigration reform package], Washington, D.C., July 30, 1984.
  25. [Senate pass amendments to aid veterans health services], Washington, D.C., July 31, 1985.
  26. [Senate pass amendments to aid veterans health services], Washington, D.C., July 31, 1985.
  27. [Senator Storm Thurmond introduces a bill to designate National Historically Black Colleges Week], Washington, D.C., August 1, 1984.
  28. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduces a bill aimed at braking the Congressional deadlock over regional disposal of radioactive waste], Washington, D.C., August 1, 1985.
  29. [Senator Thurmond introduces Aiken Federal Land Transfer bill], Washington, D.C., August 2, 1985.
  30. [Senate approves amendment providing millions for the Savannah River Plant], Washington, D.C., August 2, 1985.
  31. [Senate approves armored forces memorial proposal by Senator Thurmond], Washington, D.C., August 5, 1985.
  32. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduced a bill to extend benefits to widows of military retirees who died before survivors' benefits were enacted]
  33. [Energy Secretary John Herrington plan to visit the Savannah River Plant], Washington, D.C., August 16, 1985.
  34. [Senator Thurmond urges the Federal Management Agency and the Small Business Administration for tornado relief funds], Washington, D.C., August 19, 1985.
  35. [Energy Secretary John Herrington plan to visit the Savannah River Plant], Washington, D.C., August 16, 1985.
  36. [Small Business Administration disaster relief center will open in Spartanburg], Washington, D.C., August 27, 1985.
  37. [Senator Strom Thurmond will travel to the Soviet Union to ask for better relations and easing of the USSR's human rights policy], Washington, D.C., August 28, 1985.
  38. [Senator Strom Thurmond stated today meetings with the Hungarian officials were informative and useful, next stop Soviet Union], Washington, D.C., August 30, 1985.
  39. [Senator Strom Thurmond assures Soviets that the U.S. is only interested in peace, and urges Gorbachev to remove troops from other nations], Washington, D.C., September 3, 1985.
  40. [President Reagan praised by Thurmond for appointment of U.S. District Court Judge William W. Wilkins Jr. as Chairman of a new federal sentencing commission], Washington, D.C., September 10, 1985.
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Press Releases September 16, 1958-December 8, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. [Senator Strom Thurmond will host Federal Procurement Conference for Small Business Owners], Washington, D.C., September 16, 1985.
  2. [Senator Thurmond pledges to expedite legislation to outlaw designer drug], Washington, D.C., September 18, 1985.
  3. [Senate Judiciary Committee approved and sent to full Senate six interstate compacts allowing for regional disposal of the Nation's low-level radioactive waste], Washington, D.C., September 19, 1985.
  4. [Senator Thurmond expresses his disappointment in President Reagan's trade policies, and states that he will continue pushing for textile import restrictions], Washington, D.C., September 23, 1985.
  5. [Senator Thurmond continues battle against foreign imports and asks Senate to designate 'Made in America' month], Washington, D.C., September 24, 1985.
  6. [Senator Thurmond urges Agriculture Secretary to help Horry County tobacco farmers], Washington, D.C., September 25, 1985.
  7. [Senate passes bill to honor American armored forces], Washington, D.C., September 25, 1985.
  8. [Senate Judiciary Committee reported to the full Senate for action the seven nominations of the new U.S. Sentencing Commission], Washington, D.C., October 2, 1985.
  9. [Senator Thurmond's import bill withstood key test votes], Washington, D.C., October 3, 1985.
  10. Proposals to outlaw so-called designer drugs and restore voluntary silent prayer in public schools were approved today by the Senate Judiciary Committee, Washington, D.C., October 3, 1985.
  11. [Senator Thurmond says that he will not agree to delay textile bill action], Washington, D.C., October 8, 1985. (2 copies)
  12. [Senator Thurmond says $8.2 million in budget for Pinopolis, South Carolina Dam strengthening], Washington, D.C., October 9, 1985.
  13. [U.S. Justice department will give $831,000 in grants to South Carolina in order to bolster the State's criminal justice system], Washington, D.C., October 9, 1985.
  14. [Senator Strom Thurmond urges Congress to enact tough legislation aimed at eliminating the laundering proceeds from organized crimes], Washington, D.C., October 29, 1985.
  15. [Senator Thurmond announces he will offer and amendment providing the death penalty for terrorists who kill U.S. citizens taken hostage outside the U.S.], Washington, D.C., October 30, 1985.
  16. Response by Senator Strom Thurmond concerning Rep. Tommy Hartnett's decision to run for Lt. Governor], November 4, 1985.
  17. [Senator Thurmond will urge the rejection of provisions ending South Carolina's role as a national dumping ground for low-level radioactive waste by 1993], Washington, D.C., November 12, 1985.
  18. [Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee dropped a proposal the undermine passage of a compromise measure to regionalize disposal of the Nation's low-level radioactive waste], Washington, D.C., November 13, 1985.
  19. [Senate passes a bill which would reduce the flood of foreign textile and apparel imports into the American market], Washington, D.C., November 13, 1985.
  20. [Senate Judiciary Committee cleared a bill mandating tough new federal criminal penalties for individuals who operate common carriers while under the influence of drugs or alcohol], Washington, D.C., November 14, 1985.
  21. [Senator Thurmond challenges U.S. trade representative's 'phase out' of nation's major industries such as textiles, steel and footwear], Washington, D.C., November 15, 1985.
  22. [Three South Carolina schools are adding Air Force Jr. ROTC programs], Washington, D.C., November 18, 1985.
  23. [South Carolina legislator Joyce Hearn has been re-appointed to Nation Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health], Washington, D.C., November 18, 1985.
  24. [Senator Thurmond supports measure for home health care for the elderly], Washington, D.C., November 19, 1985.
  25. [Senator Strom Thurmond states that the rejection of his Senate amendment in pork promotion fees is close to allowing taxation without representation], Washington, D.C., November 21, 1985.
  26. Response by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) concerning the 1985 Geneva Summit Meeting between President Reagan and Soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev, November 21, 1985.
  27. [Senator Thurmond praised U.S. House passage of textile imports bill], Washington, D.C., December 2, 1985.
  28. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond on the Senate floor reference Israeli Espionage, Washington, D.C., December 2, 1985.
  29. [Senator Thurmond urges public-private support for disabled], Washington, D.C., December 4, 1985.
  30. [Senate Environment and Public Works Committee clears bill ending South Carolina's role as a national dumping ground for low-level radioactive waste], Washington, D.C., December 4, 1985.
  31. President Reagan today signed a resolution introduced by Senator Thurmond to name December 'Made in America Month'], Washington, D.C., December 11, 1985.
  32. [Senator Thurmond urges South Carolina businessmen and women participation in Small business conference], December 13, 1985.
  33. [Senator Thurmond states his disappointment in the veto of textile bill], Washington, D.C., December 17, 1985.
  34. [Senate clears bill ending South Carolina's role as a national dumping ground for low-level radioactive waste], Washington, D.C., December 4, 1985.
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Remarks 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Remarks by Senator Strom Thurmond thanking the Sixth District Republican party for its support during the 1984 campaign, to be shown via videotape January 21, 1985.
  2. Before the International Advisory Board of James F. Byrnes International Center, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, February 7, 1986
  3. Before the Blinded Veterans Association Congressional breakfast, 345 Cannon House Office Building, February 28, 1985
  4. At the Senate Prayer breakfast in the Vandenburg Room, U.S. Capitol, April 16, 1985.
  5. At the official dedication of the Patrick B. Harris Hospital, Anderson, South Carolina, June 28, 1985.
  6. Remarks by Senator Strom Thurmond upon receiving the Napoleon Hill Foundation's Gold Metal Award, Georgia, October 26, 1985.
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Statements 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Concerning reintroduction of the Southeastern Regional Compact for the disposal of low-level radioactive waste, January 2, 1985.
  2. Before the International Trade Commission reference Section 22 Tobacco Import Investigation, 701 E Street, NW, Room 332 ITC Building, January 3, 1985.
  3. Before the Federal Railroad Administration reference hearing on Grade Crossing Safety, Room 2230 Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C., January 23, 1985
  4. Video tape of Senator and Mrs. Strom Thurmond (R-SC) concerning the 1985 Easter Seal Telethon in Charleston, South Carolina, on March 21, 1985, taped in Washington, D.C., March 21, 1985.
  5. At press conference establishing the Rural Health Care Caucus, SD-562, June 25, 1985
  6. Before the U.S. Commission on the Bicentennial on the Constitution reference hearing to receive testimony of other Bicentennial Organizations, Supreme Court Building, September 17, 1985
  7. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond for the congressional record regarding Constitution Week, September 6-10, 1985, September 19, 1985.
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Statements-Committee February 6, 1985-May 16, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 172 and S. 298, Professional Sports Antitrust Immunity, February 6, 1985.
  2. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference proposed Budget for the Veterans Administration for Fiscal Year 1986, SR-418, February 20, 1985
  3. Before the Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on the Constitution reference hearing on the Constitutional issues relating to the proposed Genocide Treaty, Room SD-226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, February 26,1985.
  4. Before a joint hearing of the Senate and House of Representatives Committees on Veterans Affairs reference the 1985 legislative goals of the Disabled American Veterans, 345 CHOB, February 26, 1985
  5. Before the full Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference labor violence, Room 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, February 27, 1985
  6. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 172 and S. 298, Professional Sports Antitrust Immunity, March 6, 1985
  7. Before a joint hearing of the Senate and the House of Representatives Committees on Veterans' Affairs reference the 1985 legislative goals and priorities of the AMVETS, Veterans of WWI, Jewish War Veterans and the National Association of Atomic Veterans, Cannon House Office Building, Room 334, March 20, 1985
  8. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference the Department of Justice Appropriation Authorization Act for the Fiscal Year 1986, March 26, 1985.
  9. Before the Subcommittee on the Handicapped of the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference the Care and Advocacy for Mentally Retarded Persons in Institutions, Room 428 Russell Senate Office Building, April 1, 1985
  10. Before the Executive Business meeting of the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference the nomination of Ms. Donna Alvarado to be Director of the Action Agency, Room 430, Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 2, 1985
  11. Before the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development and Related Agencies, Senate Appropriations Committee, reference funding of Agricultural Research Program, 138 Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 17, 1985, 11:50 a.m.
  12. Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference S. 801, the National Science Foundation Reauthorization Bill, SD-430, April 30, 1985
  13. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing on oversight of the Veterans Administration Home Loan Guaranty Program, SR-418, May 1, 1985
  14. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing on legislation pertaining to Veterans' Health Care Programs, SR-418, May 7, 1985
  15. Before the Constitution Subcommittee reference hearing on S.J. Res. 13, the Balanced Budget Tax Limitation Constitutional Amendment, Room 485 Russell Senate Office Building, May 7, 1985
  16. Before the Senate Rules Committee, reference S. 43, legislation granting the President Statutory Line Item Veto Authority, 301 Russell Senate Office Building, May 14, 1985
  17. Before the Executive Business meeting of the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference the nomination of Marshall Babson and Wilford Johansen to the National Labor Relations Board, SD-430, May 15, 1985
  18. Before the Water and Resources Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, reference Title IX of S. 366, the Water Resources Development Act of 1985, May 16, 1985.
  19. Before the Subcommittee on the Handicapped reference S. 415, the Handicapped Children's Protection Act, SD-430, May 16, 1985
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Statements-Committee May 22, 1985-October 2, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference hearing on S. 797, the Youth Employment Opportunity Act, Room 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, May 22, 1985
  2. Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference Drug Export Reform, Room 430, Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 5, 1985
  3. Before the Senate Subcommittee on the Handicapped reference S. 974, Protection and Advocacy for Mentally Ill Persons Act, and S. 415, the Handicapped Children's Protection Act, SD-430, June 6, 1985
  4. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference Superfund Reauthorization (S. 51), Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 7, 1985
  5. Before the Labor and Human Resources Committee reference home health care for chronically ill children, SD-430, June 18, 1985
  6. Before the Constitution Subcommittee reference hearing on proposed School Prayer Constitutional Amendments, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 19, 1985
  7. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Aging reference Osteoporosis, June 20, 1985, SD-430
  8. Before the Constitution Subcommittee reference consideration of S.J. Res. 2, Group Silent Prayer Constitutional Amendment, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 16, 1985
  9. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee executive session reference the nomination of Gary L. Bauer to be under secretary, Department of Education, SD-430, July 10, 1995
  10. Before the Executive Business meeting of the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference the nomination of Chester Finn to be Assistant Secretary of Education for Research and Improvement, and S. 1105, Federal Contractor Employees Flextime Act, SD-430, July 17, 1985.
  11. Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference hearing on Grove City and Religious Liberty, Room 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, July 17, 1985.
  12. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference childhood vaccination programs, July 18, 1985, SD-430
  13. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Labor reference Garcia Decision, SD-430, July 25, 1985
  14. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Education, Arts, and Humanities, reference Reauthorization of Higher Education Act, SD-430, September 12, 1985
  15. Before the Constitution Subcommittee reference hearing commemoration the anniversary or the U.S. Constitution (Testimony of Essay Contest Winners) Room 226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, September 17, 1985
  16. Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference haring on Grove City and Private Educational Institutions, Room 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, September 20, 1985
  17. Before the Senate Labor and Resources Committee reference private sector initiatives to feed the world's hungry, SD-430, September 25, 1985
  18. Before the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference the nomination of Edward Curran to be the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities SD-430, October 2, 1985
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Statements on the Senate Floor January 3, 1985-February 7, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Introduction of legislation giving congressional consent to the Southeast Interstate low-level Radioactive Waste Management Compact, January 3, 1985.
  2. On the floor of the Senate, concerning Senator John C. Stennis (D-Miss.), January 3, 1985.
  3. Introducing an editorial entitled 'The UN's Priorities', into the Congressional record, January 3, 1985.
  4. Robert R. Coker of Hartsville, South Carolina, January 3, 1985.
  5. Tribute to the late U.S. Senator George D. Aiken of Vermont, January 22, 1985.
  6. Introduction of legislation to provide the state and local governments greater flexibility in addressing specific highway needs, January 22, 1985.
  7. Introduction of legislation authorizing the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project, January 22, 1985.
  8. Introduction of legislation prohibiting employment in the Executive Branch of any individual required to register for the draft who has not so registered, January 22, 1985.
  9. The nomination of James A. Baker, III, to be Secretary of the Department of the Treasury, January 29, 1985.
  10. The nomination of Richard Darman to be Deputy Secretary of the Treasury and Ronald Pearlman to be Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy, January 31, 1985.
  11. Introduction of 'National Black (Afro-American) History Month', February, 1985.
  12. S. 391, the Interstate Highway Act of 1985, February, 1985.
  13. Estonian Independence Day, February, 1985.
  14. Concerning the Charleston Public Housing Authority, February 5, 1985.
  15. The nomination of Mr. Donald Paul Hodel to be Secretary of the Department of the Interior, February 6, 1985.
  16. Nomination of John S. Herrington to be Secretary of Energy, February 6, 1985.'
  17. Appointment of Lt. General La Vern E. Weber as Executive Director of the National Guard Association of the United States, February 6, 1985.
  18. Concerning the Jobs Training Partnership Program and 'Network' in South Carolina, February 7, 1985.
  19. Nomination of Lee M. Thomas to be Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, February 7, 1985.
  20. Concerning the retirement of Henry Earle Holley, Jr., of Aiken, South Carolina, February 7, 1985.
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Statements on the Senate Floor February 19, 1985-March 20, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Co-sponsorship of Anti-Terrorism legislation, February 19, 1985.
  2. Concerning American Airlines Service to South Carolina, February 19, 1985.
  3. Original co-sponsorship of a bill to grant a federal chapter to the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc., February 10, 1985.
  4. Tribute to Attorney General William French Smith, February 23, 1985.
  5. Concerning Clemson University tennis doubles championship, February 27, 1985.
  6. Concerning the Clemson soccer team, 1985 National Champions, February 27, 1985.
  7. Concerning the denial of religious expression in the Soviet Union, February 28, 1985.
  8. Concerning the May McLeod of Bethune Commemorative Postal Stamp, March, 1985.
  9. Concerning Heather Dotherow-the model Girl Scout, March, 1985.
  10. Introduction of a bill to establish the Veterans Administration as an Executive Department, March 14, 1985.
  11. In support of the Senate Joint Resolution 71, reference: approval for the MX Missile, March 18, 1985.
  12. Introduction of the Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act of 1985, March 19, 1985.
  13. Introduction of a bill to establish an intercircuit panel of the United States Courts of Appeals, March 20, 1985.
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Statements on the Senate Floor March 26, 1985-May 1, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. The appointment of Mrs. Wanda L. Forbes of Clover, South Carolina, to the National Commission on Libraries and Informational Science, March 26, 1985.
  2. Senate Concurrent Resolution 15, March 28, 1985.
  3. In tribute of the late Judith Z. Anders, wife of Capitol Police Officer Andy Anders, April 2, 1985.
  4. Legislation to repeal Internal Revenue Service contemporaneous record keeping regulations, April 3, 1985.
  5. Introduction of legislation to temporarily suspend the duty on the chemical DCBS, April 3, 1985.
  6. Introduction of legislation designating the week of April 14, 1985 as 'Crime Victims Week', April 15, 1985.
  7. Introduction of a bill to grant a federal charter to the National Association of State Directors of Veterans Affairs, Inc, April 17, 1985.'
  8. Therese Knecht Dozier, recipient of the National Teacher of the Year Award, April 19, 1985.'
  9. In support of aid to the Nicaraguan Freedom Fighters, April 23, 1985.
  10. Senator Bob Dole: Profile in Courage, April 23, 1985.
  11. South Carolina Law Day speech by the Honorable Alexander M. Sanders, Jr., Chief Judge of the South Carolina Court of Appeals, April 24, 1985.'
  12. First concurrent resolution on the budget for Fiscal year 1986, April 25, 1986.
  13. The nomination of William E. Brock to be Secretary of Labor, April 26, 1985.
  14. First concurrent resolution on the budget for Fiscal year 1985, April 30, 1985.'
  15. An editorial entitled 'Help Yourself to Independence', May, 1985.
  16. Introducing an editorial entitled 'His Own Man', into the Congressional Records, May 1985.
  17. On theSenate floor concerning commemorative ceremony in honor of the late General Mark Wayne Clark, May, 1985.
  18. In tribute of the late Judith Z. Anders, wife of Capitol Police Officer Andy Anders, May 1, 1985.
  19. Introduction of legislation to provide chiropractic services to certain veterans, May 1, 1985.
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Statements on the Senate Floor May 2, 1985-June 26, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Amendment to first concurrent budget resolution for FY 1986 to restore funding for non-social security federal pension recipients, May 2, 1985.
  2. Commemoration of fiftieth anniversary of the Rural Electric Administration, May 7, 1985.
  3. Support of amendment by Senator Lugar to S. 960, International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1985 to delete provisions restricting assistance to Nicaraguan Freedom Fighters, May 15, 1985.'
  4. In tribute to the late Daniel R. McLeod, former Attorney General of South Carolina, May 17, 1985.
  5. Introduction of legislation to establish parity in payment, measurement and reporting requirements, under certain educational assistance programs administered by the veterans Administration, to eligible veterans or eligible person enrolled in non-degree courses offered by fully accredited institutions of higher learning.
  6. A bill to allow railroad police and private university or college police access to federal government criminal identification records, May 23, 1985.
  7. National Child Safety Awareness Month and National Child Safety Day, May 23, 1985.
  8. Concerning commemorative ceremony in honor of the late General Mark Wayne Clark, June, 1985.'
  9. South Carolina industry and business, June 5, 1985.
  10. The confirmation of the appointments to the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation, June 12, 1985.
  11. Congressional call to conscience for Soviet Jewry, June 14, 1985.
  12. Essay by Mr. Anthony Harrigan entitled 'Foreign Targeting of U.S. Industries', June 17, 1985. (2 copies)
  13. To an editorial entitled 'The Textile is Experiencing Good, Bad Times', June 19, 1985.
  14. Russell Senate Building Courtyard Ice Cream Party, June 20, 1985.
  15. Textile trade legislation, June 26, 1985.
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Statements on the Senate Floor June 27, 1985-August 1, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. James L. Ferguson, June 27, 1985.
  2. J.P. Stevens and Company Inc.Textiles, July 10, 1985.
  3. Tobacco Legislation, July 10, 1985.
  4. S. 995, the Anti-Apartheid Action Act of 1985, July 10, 1985.
  5. The nomination of J. William Middendorf, II, to be representative of the United States of America to the European Communities, July 11, 1985.
  6. The introduction of legislation which would overturn the Garcia Decision, July 15, 1985.
  7. The closing of a Textile Plant in Greenville, South Carolina, July 16, 1985.
  8. The introduction of a proposed constitutional amendment limiting the presidency to a six-year term, July 24,1 985.
  9. The closing of a Textile Plant in Greenville, South Carolina, July 26, 1985.
  10. S. 876, Veterans' Administration Health Care Programs Improvement Act of 1985, July 30, 1985.'
  11. Introduction of the proposed 'Legal Fees Equity Act', August 1, 1985.
  12. Introduction of the 'Criminal Justice Act Revision of 1985', August 1, 1985.
  13. National Historically Black Colleges Week, August 1, 1985.
  14. Crisis facing America's textile industry, August 1, 1985.
  15. Floor of the Senate Tribute to Edwin Craig Wall, Sr., August 1, 1985.
  16. Introduction of legislation to transfer title, control, and custody of certain lands near Aiken, South Carolina from the United States Department of Agriculture to the United States Department of Energy, August 1, 1985.
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Statements on the Senate Floor September, 1985-November, 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. An editorial regarding Mr. J. Willis Cantey of Columbia, South Carolina, September, 1985.A statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) concerning the selection of members of the Senate staff in Who's Who in America, September, 1985.
  2. The Garcia Decision, September 9, 1985.
  3. S. 47, the 'Voluntary School Prayer Act of 1985', September 10, 1985.
  4. Introduction of Senate Joint Resolution to provide for the erection of an appropriate memorial in or along the main approach to the Arlington National Cemetery to honor individuals who were Combat Glider Pilots during World War II, September 13, 1985.
  5. Introduction of 'Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Education Act of 1984', October, 1984.
  6. Introduction of 'Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse Prevention and Education Act of 1984', October, 1984.
  7. Concerning achievements of black members of the Army Air Corps in World War II, October 1, 1985.
  8. The nomination of Dr. James C. Miller, III, to be Director of the Office of Management and Budget, October 4, 1985.
  9. On the 'Senate floor reference address made by Secretary of the Army John O. Marsh to Congressional Medal of Honor Society in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, October 25, 1985.
  10. Senator John Stennis (D-SC) becoming second on the Senate's Seniority List, [November, 1985].
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Strom Thurmond Reports 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Strom Thurmond Reports, 1985 Autumn Edition.
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Telephone Conversations 1985 

Scope and Contents note

  1. With Office of Management and Budget Director James Miller reference FY 1986 appropriation for seismic improvements at Santee Cooper Pinopolis West Dam, (395-4840), December 3, 1985.
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1986 

Box Folder

Addresses 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Before the Brooking Institution Seminar on the Administration of Justice, Annapolis, Maryland, Governor's Hall, Governor Calvert House, March 7, 1986
  2. Before the Brooking Institution Seminar on the Administration of Justice, Williamsburg Motor House, Cascades Conference Center, Williamsburg, Virginia, March 8, 1986
  3. Upon receiving the VFW Congressional Award, VFW Congressional Dinner, Sheraton Washington Ballroom, Washington, D.C., March 12, 1986
  4. At the Dr. Maceo Nance birthday celebration, South Carolina State College, Orangeburg, South Carolina, March 28, 1986.
  5. At the inauguration of Dr. Jairy c. Hunter, Jr. as the Second President of Baptist College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, April 18, 1986
  6. At the Ramp Contract signing ceremony, Charleston Naval Base, Building 198, April 18, 1986, 4:00 p.m.
  7. To the Building Owners and Managers Association International, Choo-Choo Hilton, Chattanooga, Tennessee, April 21, 1986
  8. Dedication of the Tome G. Mangum Bridge, Lancaster and Chester Counties, Near Great Falls, April 21, 1986
  9. To Search Group, Inc., Sheraton Charleston Hotel, South Carolina, May 10, 1985
  10. At the land transfer ceremony commemorating the purchase of approximately 3,000 acres in McCormick County from the General Services Administration (GSA) by the Clarks Hill-Russell Authority (CHRA), McCormick County Courthouse, July 10, 1986
  11. At the 46th annual meeting and the 7th annual economic summit of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, 'Salute to the Military Program', Charleston Airforce Base, South Carolina, November, 1986.
  12. To the National Order of Women Legislators Conference, Hyatt Regency/Palmetto Dunes, Hilton Head, South Carolina, November 13, 1986
  13. At the Silver Anniversary Banquet and launching of Silver Anniversary Campaign of Greenville Technical College (GTC), Poinsett Club, Red Ballroom, Greenville, South Carolina, November 25, 1986
  14. Before the 5th Annual Fraternal Order of Police Banquet, Charleston, South Carolina, December 6, 1986
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Articles 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. With Paul Simon (D-IL), 'Pass the Balanced Budget Amendment', 1986.
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Press Releases January 5-June 12, 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. [Federal Agencies to survey flood damage in areas of South Carolina], Washington, D.C., January 5, 1986.
  2. [South Carolina military bases are set to receive over $84 million in defense funds over the next two fiscal years], Washington, D.C., January 5, 1986.
  3. [Senator Strom Thurmond urges Department of Energy to drop South Carolina from high-level nuclear repository list], Washington, D.C., January 8, 1986.
  4. [Senator recommends the appointment of U.S. District Judge William W. Wilkins Jr. to the U.S. Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and Karen Henderson as his successor on the district court], Washington, D.C., January 13, 1986.
  5. [Senator Thurmond appoints Kevin Scott Kingery, Daniel D. Berry, Tony Ray Tiller to the Nation's service academies], Washington, D.C., January 13, 1986.
  6. [President Reagan signed into law the low-level Radioactive Policy Amendments Act], Washington, D.C., January 15, 1985.
  7. [Senator Thurmond announces appointment of John H. Wright III as Director of the Peace Corps in Jamaica], Washington, D.C., January 16, 1986.
  8. [Senator Thurmond's conference for South Carolina News Media to feature members of President's cabinet and nationally known journalists], Washington, D.C., January 16, 1986.
  9. [Senator Strom Thurmond and Soviet Ambassador Dobrynin met to exchange views on Nuclear Arms Control], Washington, D.C., January 17, 1986.
  10. Regarding the apparent explosion of the Space Shuttle Tuesday, January 28, 1986.
  11. [Senate Judiciary Committee will begin a series of hearings into white collar crimes], Washington, D.C., February 6, 1986.
  12. [Senator Thurmond supports Senate television and radio coverage tests], Washington, D.C., February 7, 1986.
  13. [Senator Strom Thurmond announces appointment of Thaddeus Strom to be Administrative Assistant in his U.S. Senate office in Washington], Washington, D.C., February 10, 1986.
  14. [Senator Thurmond announced the reappointment of Oliver J. Wolfe to be a second four-year term as Public Interest Director for the District IV Federal Home Loan Bank Board in Atlanta], Washington, D.C., February 11, 1986.
  15. [Senator Thurmond introduces legislation to withhold U.S. backed foreign aid from countries that would use the funds to improve or develop the export of textile and apparel goods to America], Washington, D.C., February 18, 1986.
  16. About the death of former United States Senator James O. Eastland of Mississippi, February 19, 1986.
  17. [Senate Judiciary Committee approved and sent to the full Senate Senator Thurmond's federal death penalty bill], Washington, D.C., February 20, 1986.
  18. [Senate Judiciary Committee will address tort reform and the liability crisis], Washington, D.C., February 20, 1986.
  19. [John D. Wright has been appointed the new Country Director of the Peace Corps for Jamaica], Washington, D.C., February 25, 1986.
  20. [Senator Thurmond was honored for his service to crime victims], Washington, D.C., February 27, 1986.
  21. [Senator Thurmond decries January textile and apparel import figures as compared to last January's figures], Washington, D.C., February 28, 1986.
  22. [Four primary sponsors of a proposed constitutional amendment requiring a balanced federal budget will hold a press conference March 6], Washington, D.C., March 5, 1986.
  23. [Senator Thurmond appoints Edward H. Sims to the commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Award], Washington, D.C., March 5, 1986.
  24. [Senator Thurmond pushes for quick action on budget bill], Washington, D.C., March 5, 1986.
  25. [Senator Thurmond pushes for quick action on budget bill], Washington, D.C., March 6, 1986.
  26. [Navy department has authorized the Charl eston Naval Shipyard to begin ramp project], Washington, D.C., March 19, 1986.
  27. [Senator Thurmond leads efforts to save a balanced budget amendment], Washington, D.C., March 24, 1986.
  28. Statement by President Pro Tempore Strom Thurmond (R-SC) regarding the exchange of fire between U.S.-Libyan forces in the Gulf of Sidra, March 24, 1986.
  29. [Senator Thurmond's balanced budget amendment is defeated by Senate], Washington, D.C., March 25, 1986.
  30. [President Reagan signs a law comprehensive overhaul of the Nation's tobacco price support system], Washington, D.C., April 7, 1986.
  31. [Legislation to be sponsored by Senator Strom Thurmond restricting all federal employees from lobbying the federal government for one year or working in behalf of a foreign entity for two years after they leave government service], Washington, D.C., April 9, 1986.
  32. [Senator Thurmond co-sponsors legislation to reduce infant death rate in South Carolina], Washington, D.C., April 17, 1986.
  33. [Advisory for the Charleston Media], Washington, D.C., April 17, 1986.
  34. [Advisory for the Columbia Media], Washington, D.C., April 17, 1986.
  35. [Columbia, South Carolina mayor name Civilian Aide to Secretary of the Army], Washington, D.C., April 28, 1986.
  36. [Dr. Albert Sabin receives Medal of Freedom], Washington, D.C., April 30, 1986.
  37. [Senator Strom Thurmond urges President to enforce Textile Trade Agreements], Washington, D.C., May 2, 1986.
  38. [Four South Carolina counties targeted for Federal Soil Erosion Assistance], Washington, D.C., May 2, 1986.
  39. [Senator Thurmond praises the settlement of Marlene Industries Case], Washington, D.C., May 5, 1986.
  40. [Senator Thurmond introduces a new gun bill], Washington, D.C., May 6, 1986.
  41. [Senate passes McClure/Volkmer gun bill], Washington, D.C., May 6, 1986.
  42. [Senator Thurmond introduces a new gun bill], Washington, D.C., May 6, 1986.
  43. [Senate Judiciary Committee adopted a compromise measure to ensure fairness in the allocation and award of antitrust damages], Washington, D.C., May 8, 1986.
  44. [Senator Thurmond acts to delay timber harvesting in the Congaree Swamp Area], Washington, D.C., May 8, 1986.
  45. [Senate approves bankruptcy bill], Washington, D.C., May 8, 1986.
  46. [Senator Thurmond remembers Speaker Solomon Blatt], Washington, D.C., May 14, 1986.
  47. [Maria Winstead, Thomas Dorris and Cynthia Cline are winners of the 1986 Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Program], Washington, D.C., May 14, 1984.
  48. [Federal Highway Administration agreed to return $2.24 in federal funds to South Carolina], Washington, D.C., May 20, 1986.
  49. [Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee approves alcohol warning label], Washington, D.C., May 20, 1986.
  50. [Farmers Home Administration announces $2.2 million loan for Jasper County Schools], Washington, D.C., June 2, 1986.
  51. [South Carolina's Division of Public Safety Program will receive $705,000 from the Bureau of Justice Assistance], Washington, D.C., June 2, 1986.
  52. [Senator Thurmond confers with top U.S. Commanders during tour of Europe], Washington, D.C., June 2, 1986.
  53. [President Reagan nominated U.S. District Court Judge William W. Wilkins and Karen Henderson to Federal Judiciary], Washington, D.C., June 3, 1986.
  54. [Senator Thurmond appoints Michael A. Tongour as his new legislative director], Washington, D.C., June 4, 1986.
  55. [Senate adopted amendment to more fairly distribute federal Urban Development Action Grants to the Nation's municipalities], Washington, D.C., June 6, 1986.
  56. [Judiciary Committee approves appointment of U.S. District Court Judge William W. Wilkins, Jr. and Karen Henderson to federal bench], Washington, D.C., June 12, 1986.
  57. [Judiciary Committee approves 'National Historically Black Colleges Week'], Washington, D.C., June 12, 1986.
  58. [Judiciary Committee approved and sent to full Senate a measure to create a new Intercircuit Panel to relieve the logjam of cases before the U.S. Supreme Court], Washington, D.C., June 12, 1986.
  59. [Judiciary Committee approves appointment of U.S. District Court Judge William W. Wilkins, Jr. and Karen Henderson to federal bench], Washington, D.C., June 12, 1986.
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Press Releases June 13, 1986-September 30, 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Regarding Senate confirmation of Judge William W. Wilkins, Jr. to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and Karen Lencraft Henderson to the U.S. District Court, Washington, D.C., June 12, 1986.
  2. [Senator Thurmond helps approval of General Services Administration of the transfer 3,159 acres of surplus property along the Savannah River in McCormick County to the Clarks Hill-Russell Authority], Washington, D.C., June 12, 1986.
  3. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond regarding the resignation of Chief Justice Warren E. Burger and the President's nomination of Justice William H. Rehnquist as a Chief Justice and Judge Antonin Scalia as Justice of the Supreme Court, Washington, D.C., June 17, 1986.
  4. [Senator Thurmond proposed constitutional amendment to remove convicted officials from office], Washington, D.C., June 18, 1986.
  5. [Government of Taiwan has agreed to send a Procurement Team to South Carolina], Washington, D.C., June 19, 1986.
  6. [Columbia Metropolitan Airport approved as Foreign Trade Zone], Washington, D.C., June 20, 1986.
  7. [Raymond A. Harris has been named Region 4 Administrator of the U.S. Department of Housing and Development], Washington, D.C., June 24, 1986.
  8. [Senate Judiciary Committee cleared and sent to full Senate Thurmond's lobbying bill], Washington, D.C., June 26, 1986.
  9. [Jewell C. Pendarvis was appointed to the South Atlantic Fishery Management], Washington, D.C., June 26, 1986.
  10. [U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development approved a $6.375 million grave for the Charleston Waterfront Park project], Washington, D.C., June 27, 1986.
  11. [President Reagan signed Thurmond's firearms bill into law], Washington, D.C., July 9, 1986.
  12. [President Reagan's hearing for two Supreme Court nominees has been scheduled], Washington, D.C., July 9, 1986.
  13. [President Reagan nominated 2nd Circuit Judge Rodney Peeples to serve on the Board of Directors for the State Justice Institute], Washington, D.C., July 10, 1986.
  14. [FN Manufacturing, Columbia, South Carolina, has been awarded a $15 million contract], Washington, D.C., July 15, 1986.
  15. [Senator Thurmond urges Agriculture Department to expedite action on declaring portions of South Carolina natural disaster areas], Washington, D.C., July 15, 1986.
  16. [Senator Thurmond recommends Joe Anderson Jr. for the appointment to the U.S. District Court in South Carolina to fill vacancy in U.S. District Court], Washington, D.C., July 15, 1986.
  17. [U.S. Department of Agriculture will send a team of specialists to South Carolina to assess crop damage], Washington, D.C., July 16, 1986.
  18. [Senator Strom Thurmond continues his effort to help provide drought relief], Washington, D.C., July 21, 1986.
  19. [White House approves the airlift of five more shipments of Midwest hay into drought-stricken areas of South Carolina], Washington, D.C., July 22, 1986.
  20. [John H. Young appointed to serve on the White House Conference on Small Business], Washington, D.C., July 22, 1986.
  21. [Legislation was introduced by Senator Thurmond to spur emergency crop donations], Washington, D.C., July 23, 1986.
  22. [Navy agreed to lease land adjacent to the Charleston Naval Shipyard to the South Carolina Ports Authority], Washington, D.C., July 23, 1986.
  23. Regarding formation of a special Agriculture Department task force to help expedite drought assistance to farmers], Washington, D.C., July 24, 1986.
  24. [Senator Thurmond introduced a measure to compromise money laundering bill], Washington, D.C., July 24, 1986.
  25. [National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration approves $1.4 million grant to the South Carolina Coastal Council], Washington, D.C., July 28, 1986.
  26. [Senator Thurmond confirms that drought aid is on the way and that 39 counties are now eligible], Washington, D.C., July 30, 1986.
  27. [Judiciary Committee approves money laundering bill], Washington, D.C., July 31, 1986.
  28. [Senate approves Thurmond's Farm Disaster Aid Bill],. Washington, D.C., August 1, 1986.
  29. [House does not approve textile bill, Thurmond pledges to continue textile push], Washington, D.C., August 6, 1986.
  30. [Legislation to name the U.S. Courthouse in Aiken, South Carolina for Federal Judge Charles E. Simon, Jr.], Washington, D.C., August 8, 1986.
  31. [Senate approves Thurmond's Cop-Killer Bullet measure], Washington, D.C., August 14, 1986.
  32. [Senator Thurmond co-sponsors bill to mandate sanctions against Soviet Union], Washington, D.C., August 15, 1986.
  33. [Senator Strom Thurmond helps break ground for new courthouse annex to the historic U.S. Courthouse], Charleston, South Carolina, August 18, 1986.
  34. [Economic Development Administration approves $800,000 grant to McCormick County for expansion of its wastewater treatment center], Washington, D.C., August 27, 1986.
  35. [In the wake of flash floods, three South Carolina counties have been named disaster areas], Washington, D.C., August 26, 1986.
  36. [Senator Thurmond tells Abbeville group that U.S. is stronger but face threat], Washington, D.C., September 2, 1986.
  37. [Senator Thurmond recommends John Napier as a member of the U.S. Claims Court], Washington, D.C., September 3, 1986.
  38. [Federal approval of three grants totaling $785,000 for South Carolina projects has been approved], Washington, D.C., September 4, 1986.
  39. [Senate authorizes plan for new $2 million Vocational Rehabilitation Center], Washington, D.C., September 8, 1986.
  40. [Special Procurement Mission of the Republic of China is to buy $12.9 million in South Carolina goods], Washington, D.C., September 8, 1986.
  41. [Two grants have been approved totaling more than $2.5 million for South Carolina projects], Washington, D.C., September 10, 1986.
  42. [Weston Adams has returned from his post as U.S. Ambassador to Malawi], Washington, D.C., September 11, 1986.
  43. [Senate Judiciary Committee approved and sent to Senate the nomination of Judge Rodney A. Peeples to be member of the Board of Directors of the State Justice Institute], Washington, D.C., September 11, 1986.
  44. [Senate Judiciary Committee approves 'Made in America Month'], Washington, D.C., September 11, 1986.
  45. [President Reagan names William Clinkscales to the post of Director for the Selective Service System], Washington, D.C., September 15, 1986.
  46. [Senator Thurmond expresses his delight by Senate approval of High Court Nomination], Washington, D.C., September 16, 1986.
  47. [Senator Thurmond expresses his delight by Senate approval of High Court Nomination], Washington, D.C., September 17, 1986.
  48. [Navy has awarded a contract in the amount of $6,366,169 to Daniel Maintenance and Industrial Services, Greenville, South Carolina], Washington, D.C., September 17, 1986
  49. [Senator Thurmond expresses his delight by Senate approval of High Court Nomination], Washington, D.C., September 17, 1986.
  50. [Director of Strom Thurmond Institute, Clemson, South Carolina, appointed to the National Advisory Council], Washington, D.C., September 18, 1986.
  51. [Three grants and contract totaling more than $4.6 million in federal funds have been approved for South Carolina projects], Washington, D.C., September 19, 1986.
  52. [Thurmond's Death Penalty Bill has been crafted into Dole's Omnibus Drug Package], Washington, D.C., September 19, 1986.
  53. [Thurmond announces 1987 Japan-U.S. Senate scholarship program start], Washington, D.C., September 22, 1986.
  54. [Federal Aviation Administration approves $539,334 grant for Greenville/Spartanburg Airport], Washington, D.C., September 23, 1986.
  55. [U.South Carolina President Dr. James Holderman appointed to Science Foundation Board], Washington, D.C., September 23, 1986.
  56. [Higher Education Act includes Thurmond's measures], Washington, D.C., September 25, 1986.
  57. [Six South Carolina Firefighters to be honored at National Memorial Service], Washington, D.C., September 26, 1986.
  58. [Department of Energy has approved a one-year extension of the Savannah River Plant's security services contract], Washington, D.C., September 30, 1986.
  59. [Judiciary Committee approves comprehensive anti-drug bill], Washington, D.C., September 30, 1986.
  60. [Department of commerce has approved a $338,400 grant for Charleston firm], Washington, D.C., September 30, 1986.
  61. [Senate approves omnibus drug bill, which included Thurmond's alcohol warning label issue], Washington, D.C., September 30, 1986.
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Press Releases October, 1986-December 10, 1986 

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  1. [Senator Strom Thurmond praises 99th Congress for productivity], Washington, D.C., October, 1986.
  2. [Department of Housing and Urban Development approved a $449,000 community development block grant for three projects in Rock Hill], Washington, D.C., October 1, 1986.
  3. [Department of Health and Human Services has awarded a $107,000 grant to Children's Trust Fund of South Carolina], Washington, D.C., October 1, 1986.
  4. [President Reagan nominated two South Carolinians by the Senate Judiciary Committee to fill vacancies on the federal bench], Washington, D.C., October 26, 1986.
  5. [Senate passed legislation to allow the acquisition and development of a mainland tour boat facility for the Fort Sumter National Monument in Charleston], Washington, D.C., October 2, 1986.
  6. [Secretary of Education has approved $139,695 grant for Charleston higher education program], Washington, D.C., October 2, 1986.
  7. [Senate passes drought bill], Washington, D.C., October 3, 1986.
  8. [Watchdogs of the Treasury, Inc., presented Strom Thurmond will the 1986 Golden Bulldog Award], October 3, 1986.
  9. [Senate passes drought bill], Washington, D.C., October 3, 1986.
  10. [Senate adopts amendment that would give law enforcement officers wiretapping authority in certain hostage taking situations], Washington, D.C., October 3, 1986.
  11. [Senate adopts Thurmond legislation that would increase the retirement benefits for Federal Magistrates],Washington, D.C., October 6, 1986.
  12. [Department of Health and Human Services approved more than $500,000 in grants for several South Carolina projects], Washington, D.C., October 6, 1986.
  13. Regarding the death of State Rep. Tom Mangum of Lancaster, October 6, 1986.
  14. Statement by Sen. Strom Thurmond regarding Senate confirmation of Joseph F. Anderson, Jr. as U.S. District Judge for the district of South Carolina and John L. Napier as Judge for the U.S. Claims Court, Washington, D.C., October 8, 1986.
  15. [Congress cleared and sent to the White House legislation allow a Marlboro County Hospital Trust Fund to continue providing indigent to allow health care services], Washington, D.C., October 9, 1986.
  16. On the Reagan-Gorbachev pre-summit meeting in Iceland, October 14, 1986.
  17. On the Senate passage of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act, Washington, D.C., October 15, 1986.
  18. [Senator Thurmond appointed Maxey D. Love as a member of the National Commission on Agricultural Finance], Washington, D.C., October 15, 1986.
  19. Statement by Senator Thurmond (R-SC) regarding a campaign commercial by Senator F. Hollings (D-SC), October 17, 1986.
  20. [Congress approves drought bill which will provide $332 million in direct emergency assistance to the Nation's disaster stricken farmers], Washington, D.C., October 17, 1986.
  21. [House passes Joint Resolution approving construction of a monument in Arlington, VA, to honor those who gave their lives serving in the American Armored Forces], Washington, D.C., October 17, 1986.
  22. [U.S. Transportation Department has approved $72.1 million in federal highway funds for South Carolina projects], Washington, D.C., October 20, 1986.
  23. [Congress approved a measure that would reduce South Carolina's high infant death rate by expanding Medicaid benefits], Washington, D.C., October 20, 1986.
  24. [Department of Housing and Urban Development approved more than $2.3 for rehabilitation of public housing projects in Spartanburg and Columbia], Washington, D.C., October 21, 1986.
  25. [Senator Thurmond praises 99th Congress for productivity], Washington, D.C., October 24, 1986.
  26. [Department of Housing and Urban Development named five South Carolinians to the Region 4 HID Advisory Council], Washington, D.C., October 28, 1986.
  27. [President Reagan signed into law Thurmond bankruptcy bill], Washington, D.C., October 27, 1986.
  28. [Rural Electrification Administration approved $4.9 million for Laurens Electric Co-op], Washington, D.C., November 5, 1986.
  29. [Defense Logistics Agency awarded a $12,848,411 to Mullins Company], Washington, D.C., November 5, 1986.
  30. Regarding committee assignments for the 100th Congress, November 6, 1986.
  31. [Senator Thurmond will present two South Carolinian organizations with the President's Citations for Private Sector Initiatives], Washington, D.C., November 6, 1986.
  32. [Federal Aviation Administration approved $94,617 grant to the Horry County Airport Commission], Washington, D.C., November 7, 1986.
  33. [Rural Electrification Administration approved a $9,443,00 loan to York Electric Cooperative, Inc.], Washington, D.C., November 12, 1986.
  34. [Two South Carolina Businesses win U.S. Department of Energy Innovation Award], Washington, D.C., November 13, 1986.
  35. [Department of Interior approved a $105,373 grant for Caesar's Head State Park], Washington, D.C., November 14, 1986.
  36. [Senator Thurmond to sponsor Senate Panel Discussion on 'The Senate Machine and How it Works], Washington, D.C., November 14, 1986.
  37. [Farmers Home Administration approved a $1.0 million grant and $384,000 loan to the Levy-Limehouse-Bellinger-Hill Water Company], Washington, D.C., November 24, 1986.
  38. [Farmers Home Administration has approved a $447,500 loan to Barnwell County], Washington, D.C., November 25, 1986.
  39. [Senator Thurmond announces approval of seven loans and one grant totaling more than $25 million in funds for South Carolina projects], Washington, D.C., December 1, 1986.
  40. [Federal Aviation Administration approved three grants for South Carolina Airports], Washington, D.C., December 2, 1986.
  41. [Charleston Shipyard wins fourth major contract over private yards], Washington, D.C., December 4, 1986.
  42. [University of South Carolina has been approved for a $250,000 grant for information network], Washington, D.C., December 12, 1986.
  43. [Senate passed legislation to ease immediate housing problems for dependents of deceased military personnel], Washington, D.C., December 18, 1986.
  44. [Department of Defense approved a $1.2 million defense contract to Barrett and Blandford Associates, Inc.], Washington, D.C., December 30, 1986.
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Remarks January 17, 1986-June 8, 1986 

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  1. At the 50th anniversary celebration of the Byerly Hospital, Hartsville, South Carolina, March 6, 1983
  2. Dedication of the Joel P. Parrish Wing of the Georgetown County Medical ( finish)
  3. Remarks by President Pro Tempore, Strom Thurmond (R-SC) on his meeting with Soviet Ambassador Dovrynin who delivered a document to the USSR Supreme Soviet, January 17, 1986.
  4. At the Senate prayer breakfast, Room S-138, U.S. Capitol, January 29, 1986.
  5. Remarks by Strom Thurmond (R-SC) upon receiving the Service to Freedom Award from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Washington, D.C., February 18, 1986.
  6. Dedication of his official portrait, State Senate Chamber, Columbia, South Carolina, April 2, 1986 (3 copies)
  7. [At Unveiling, Washington, D.C.], April 28, 1986.
  8. At Palmetto Boys, Citadel, Charleston, South Carolina, June 8, 1986.
5 73

Remarks September 6, 1986-November 18, 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. At the inauguration of Dr. Max Lennon as the eleventh President of Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, September 6, 1986.
  2. Dedication of a plaque marking the site of Mann's Tavern in Annapolis, MD, where the 1786 'Annapolis is Convention', Met. Travel by carriage from MD. State House to site, September 12, 1986
  3. At the Senate Prayer breakfast, Vandernburg Room, U.S. Capitol, September 17, 1986.
  4. Remarks by Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the American Defense Preparedness Association Luncheon, October 9, 1986.
  5. Remarks by Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Deere and Company Government Products Operations, Old Colony Inn, Alexandria, VA, November 13, 1986.
  6. At the American Nuclear Society Tribute to the late Admiral Hyman G. Rickover, USN (Retired), Sheraton Washington Hotel, November 17, 1986.
  7. Remarks by Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the fifth annual Defense Contracting Seminar, Sheraton Tyson's Hotel, Tyson's Corner, VA, November 18, 1986
5 74

Speeches 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Before the National Training Conference for state legislators sponsored by the American Legislative Exchange Council and the Rose Institute of State and local Government, Washington Marriott, Washington, D.C., April 29, 1986
  2. [Speech by Senator Strom Thurmond 'Road to a Successful Future', Greenwood High School, Friday, June 6, 1986]
  3. At the South Carolina Defense Contractors Association meeting, Charleston Navy Base Officers' Club, Charleston, South Carolina, November 13, 1986
5 75

Statements 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Regarding agenda for Second Session of 99th Congress, January 21, 1986.
  2. Regarding the Balanced Budget Constitutional Amendment, S.J. Res. 225, February, 1986.
  3. Regarding the Balanced Budget Constitutional Amendment, S.J. Res. 225, March, 1986.
  4. Statement by U.S. Representative Floyd Spence (R-SC) on the floor of the House of Representatives, regarding the unveiling and dedication of Senator Strom Thurmond's official portrait in the South Carolina Senate Chamber, April 7, 1986.
  5. Before the Senate Children's Caucus Policy Forum, Senate Dirksen Room 628, May 1, 1986
  6. Regarding the Department of Energy's decision to conduct an independent review of the Safety of Doe Weapons Production Reactors, July 18, 1986.
  7. Regarding the new Multifiber Arrangement, August 1, 1986.
  8. Regarding President Reagan's speech on sending supplies to Iran, November 14, 1986.
  9. Regarding a broadcast by Korn-TV regarding Victor Fediay, November 18, 1986.
  10. Regarding the President's announcement about the resignation of NSC Officials and the investigation of arms shipment to Iran, November 25, 1986.
  11. Regarding the recommendations for appointment of independent counsel to probe the Iran Arms Transaction, December 2, 1986.
5 76

Statements-Committee January 21, 1986-April 9, 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Before the Subcommittee on Patents, Copyrights, and Trademarks, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference S. 1822 and S. 1938, bill to extend indefinitely the Manufacturing clause of Copyright Act, January 21, 1986
  2. Before the Subcommittee on Criminal Law, Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 1203, a bill to allow railroad police and private university or college police access to federal government criminal identification records, January 22, 1986
  3. Before the Committee on Rules and Administration concerning the budget of the Committee on the Judiciary for the Fiscal Year beginning March 1, 1986, 301 Russell Senate Office Building, February 4, 1986
  4. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference impact of groundwater contamination on public health, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, February 17, 1986
  5. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference Tort Reform and Liability Crisis, February 20, 1986
  6. Regarding the announcement by President Reagan of increased apparel manufacture in the Caribbean Basin, February 20, 1986.
  7. Before the Subcommittee on Environmental Pollution reference legislation to extend the period allowed for compliance with certain financial responsibility requirements applicable to land disposal facilities under the Soil and Waste Disposal Act, February 24, 1986.
  8. Before the Subcommittee on the Constitution, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference hearing S. 1853 to amend the Court Interpreters Act of 1978, Room SD 226, February 25, 1986
  9. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference over the counter product packaging safety, February 18, 1986
  10. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference hearing on s. 447, the Railroad Antimonopoly Act, March 4, 1986
  11. Amendment offered by Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Courts, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference H.R. 3570, Judicial Survivors Annuities, March 4, 1986
  12. Amendment offered by Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Courts, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference H.R. 3570, Judicial Survivors Annuities, March 4, 1986
  13. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee executive session reference Senator Hawkins' Amendment to add authorization to build Mary McCleod Fine Arts Center, SD-430, March 19, 1986
  14. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee executive session reference S. 1965, Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, SH-430, March 19, 1986
  15. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference H.R. 3570, the Judicial Improvements Act of 1985, March 20, 1986
  16. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference white collar crime, SD 226, March 25, 1986
  17. Before the Courts Subcommittee, Committee of the Judiciary, reference S. 1961, the United States Trustee Act of 1985, 629 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Mach 25, 1986
  18. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference Litigation Abuse Reform, SD 226, March 26, 1986
  19. Before the Subcommittee on Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks, reference S. 1980, Source Licensing, Room SD-226, Senate Dirksen Office Building, April 9, 1986
5 77

Statements-Committee April 10, 1986-May 14, 1986 

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  1. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 654, Criminal Forfeiture of Proceeds from Espionage Activities, SD 224, April 10, 1986
  2. Before the Senate Finance Committee reference the Canada Free Trade Agreement, Room 215, Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 11, 1986
  3. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, reference computer crime legislation, 628 Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 16, 1986
  4. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference E. F. Hutton Investigation, SD 226, April 17, 1986
  5. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference S. 1815, Polygraph Protection Act, SD-430, April 23, 1986
  6. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 1093, Agricultural Patent Reform Act of 1985, Dirksen 226, April 24, 1986
  7. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 1822, Manufacturing Clause Legislation, Dirksen 226, April 24, 1986
  8. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference Integrity yin Post-Employment Act of 1986, April 26, 1986
  9. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee reference S. 2376, the Department of Justice Appropriation Authorization Act of 1987, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 29, 1986
  10. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee reference S. 2376, the Department of Justice Appropriation Authorization Act of 1987, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 29, 1986
  11. Before the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development and Related Agencies, Senate Appropriations Committee, reference funding of various agricultural programs, 138 Dirksen Senate Office Building, May 6, 1986, 2:50 p.m.
  12. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee oversight hearing on medical malpractice, SD-430, May 7, 1986
  13. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference the nomination of Lynne Cheney to be Chairperson, National Endowment for the Humanities, SD-430, May 12, 1986
  14. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, reference forfeiture of assets intended for use as an attorney's fees, May 13, 1986
  15. Before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works hearing S. 2397, the 'Public Building Authorization Act of 1986', concerning the Post Office and Courthouse Annex Project in Charleston, South Carolina, SD-406, May 14, 1986.
  16. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference introduction of amendment which would require alcohol warning labels, SD-430, May 14, 1986
5 78

Statements-Committee May 20, 1986-September 24, 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee executive session concerning the Polygraph Protection Act, S. 1815, May 20, 1986
  2. Before the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing on Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvements for 1987, Room 418 Russell Senate Office Building, May 20, 1986.
  3. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference introduction of amendment which would require alcohol warning labels, SD-430, May 20, 1986
  4. Before the House Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations, reference integrity in Post-Employment Act of 1986, Room 2237 Rayburn House Office Building, May 21, 1986
  5. Editorial by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, regarding alcohol warning labels, June,1986.
  6. Motion by Senator Strom Thurmond, Chairman, Military Construction Subcommittee, before full Committee, June 5, 1986
  7. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, reference Computer Crime Legislation, June 12, 1986
  8. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference nomination of George R. Salem as Solicitor of the Department of Labor, SD-430, June 16
  9. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on the Constitution, reference S. 1853, the Proposed Court Interpreters Act, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 17, 1986
  10. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, reference false claims legislation, SD 226, June 17, 1986
  11. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on the Constitution, reference S. 1795, prohibiting attorney fees award against judges, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 17, 1986
  12. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on the Constitution, reference amendment to S. 1581, the Criminal Justice Act Revision, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 17, 1986
  13. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 2334, Integrity in Post Government Employment Act of 1986, 226 Senate Dirksen Office Building, June 18, 1986
  14. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee executive session concerning the Polygraph Protection Act, S. 1815, SD-430, June 18, 1986
  15. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary S. 2334, Integrity in Post Government Employment Act of 1986, 226 Senate Dirksen Office Building, June 19, 1986
  16. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary S. 2334, Integrity in Post Government Employment Act of 1986, 226 Senate Dirksen Office Building, June 19, 1986
  17. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference nomination of Clarence Thomas to be Chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, SD-430, July 17, 1986
  18. Before the Public Lands, Reserved Water and Resource Conservation Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources concerning S. 2534, a bill to make technical changes to existing public law relating to the Fort Sumter National Monument, SD-366, July 18, 1986
  19. Before the House Subcommittee on Immigration, reference S. 290, a private relief bill for Robert and Catherine Fossez, July 23, 1986.
  20. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on the Constitution, reference constitutional amendments relating to job forfeiture of federal officials convicted of felonies, Room 628 Dirksen Senate Office Building, August 12, 1986
  21. Before the Full Committee on the Judiciary, reference annual refugee consultation with the administration, SD-226 Senate Office Building, September 16, 1986.
  22. Before the Subcommittee on Courts, reference hearing on S. 2531, the Bankruptcy Antifraud Act of 1986, September 24, 1986
5 79

Statements on the Senate Floor January, 1986-February 27, 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Textile Week essay by Tina Durham on Easely, South Carolina, January, 1986.
  2. Message from the Supreme Soviet, January 22, 1986.
  3. Astronaut Ronald McNair, January 28, 1986.
  4. Space Shuttle Challenger, January 29, 1986.
  5. Introduction of legislation to prohibit the funding of foreign textile projects, February, 1986.
  6. S. Res. 28, authorizing television and radio coverage of Senate proceedings, February 3, 1986.
  7. 1985 import figures, February 4, 1986.
  8. Introduction of S. Con. Res. urging each state to establish commission of bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution, February 4, 1986.
  9. Ratification of the Genocide Treaty, February 18, 1986.
  10. S. Res. 345, concerning the Philippines elections, February 19, 1986.
  11. Regarding the death of former Senator James O. Eastland of Mississippi, February 19, 1986.
  12. S. Res. 345, February 19, 1986.
  13. Resignation of President Marcos, February 25, 1986.
  14. Special order of the timber industry, February 16, 1986.
  15. Official trade advisors, February 27, 1986.
  16. Introduction of a measure to grant a federal charter to the 82nd Airborne Division Association, February 27, 1986.
  17. S. Res. 28, authorizing television and radio coverage of Senate proceedings, February 27, 1986.
5 80

Statements on the Senate Floor February 27, 1986-March 20, 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Mr. Walter T. Cox, interim President of Clemson University in Clemson, February 28, 1986.
  2. The selection of Congresswoman Lindy Boggs of Louisiana, recipient of the Veterans of Foreign Wars congressional Award, March, 1986.
  3. January 1986 Textile Import Figures, March 3, 1986.
  4. [Statement by Strom Thurmond (R-SC) on the Senate floor reference introduction of five major bills, March 4, 1986.]
  5. A tribute to the late Senator John J. Sparkman, March 5, 1986.
  6. Nomination of Richard E. Lyng to be Secretary of Agriculture, Mach 6, 1986.
  7. The freedom fighters in Afghanistan, March 6, 1986.
  8. S.J. Res. 225, the proposed 'Balanced Budget Constitutional Amendment', March 6, 1986.
  9. A tribute to the late former Senator Jacob Javits, March 10, 1986.
  10. Response by Namibian council of ministries to South African proposal for independence, March 11, 1986.
  11. On the Senate floor in opposition to Metzenbaum amendment to S.J. Res. 225 mandating Presidential budget submission, March 11, 1986.
  12. Live radio broadcast of Senate proceedings, March 12, 1986.
  13. On the Senate floor in opposition to Heflin Military Threat Amendment to S.J. Res. 225, March 12, 1986.
  14. Our trade deficit and the decline to the dollar, March 12, 1986.
  15. Support of S. 1567, the Water Resources Development Act of 1985, March 13, 1986.
  16. Message from USSR Supreme Soviet concerning nuclear weapons tests, March 20, 1986.
  17. Inserting a speech by Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK) in the congressional record, March 20, 1986.'
  18. Message from USSR Supreme Soviet concerning Nuclear Weapons tests, March 20, 1986.
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Statements on the Senate Floor March 21, 1986-April 17, 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. The nomination of Major General Thomas K. Turage to be Administrator of the Veterans' Administration, March 21, 1986. (2 copies)
  2. Manufacturing article by Roger Milliken, March 26, 1986.
  3. Support of the Nicaraguan freedom fighters, march 26, 1986.
  4. Amendments to H.R. 3570, the Judicial Improvements Act of 1985, March 27, 1986.
  5. February 1986 textile import figures, March 27, 1986.
  6. Co-sponsorship of legislation establishing September 17, 1987 'Constitution Day' and one-time National Holiday, March 27, 1986.
  7. Inserting a speech by Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK) in the congressional records, March 30, 1986.
  8. The Libyan Threat to Tunisia, April, 1986.
  9. The resignation of Dr. Harry M. Lightsey, Jr., as Dean of the University of South Carolina Law School, April, 1986.
  10. Greenville News textile article, April, 1986.
  11. S. 8, to grant a federal charter to the Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc., April 8, 1986.
  12. S. 426, 'The Electric Consumers Protection Act of 1986', April 11, 1986.
  13. S. 1774, to amend Hobbs Act, April 11, 1986.
  14. A tribute to Judge William Luther Rhodes, Jr., April 14, 1986.'
  15. Introduction of Habeas Corpus legislation and Exclusionary Rule legislation, April 14, 1986.
  16. On the floor of the United States Senate, regarding the U.S. strike against Libya, April 15, 1986.
  17. Support of President Reagan's action against Libya's Muammar Qadhafi, April 15, 1986.
  18. On the floor of the United States Senate, regarding introduction of the Integrity in Post-Employment Act of 1986, April 16, 1986.'
  19. Task force on terrorism, April 17, 1986.
  20. Introduction of legislation to improve Medicaid services to low-income children and pregnant women, April 17, 1986.
  21. Senate passage of S. 1236-Minor and Technical Amendments to the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984, April 17, 1986.
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Statements on the Senate Floor April 21, 1986-May 16, 1986 

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  1. Introduction of legislation to amend the tariff schedules of the United States to reclassify Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripters, April 21, 1986.
  2. Amendments to restore funding for education and handicapped programs in the Senate Budget Resolution, S. Con. Res. 120, April 23, 1986.
  3. The resignation of Dr. Harry M. Lightesy, Jr., as Dean of the University of South Carolina Law School, April 24, 1986.
  4. Revenue sharing amendment to S. Con. Res. 120, the Fiscal Year 1987 Budget Resolution, April 24, 1986.
  5. Introduction of Department of Justice Appropriation Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987, April 28, 1986.
  6. Introduction of legislation to create the Beaufort Division of South Carolina and to designate Beaufort as the place of holding court for the new divisions, April 29, 1986.
  7. South Carolina General Assembly passage of a concurrent resolution endorsing President Reagan's action against Libyan leader, Muammar Khadafy, May, 1986.'
  8. Proposed sale of military technology to the Peoples Republic of China, May, 1986.
  9. Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster, May 5, 1986.
  10. Introduction of legislation to provide assistance to law enforcement under the Firearms Protection Act, May 6, 1986.
  11. Reference, arms sale to Saudi Arabia, May 6, 1986.
  12. MFA letter and March 1986 imports, May 6, 1986.
  13. S. 1932, a bill to provide for additional bankruptcy judgeships, May 7, 1986.
  14. Introduction of two proposals to amend the declaration of Taking Act and amend section 3565 of Title 18 of the United States Code, May 7, 1986.
  15. Amendment to s. 1923 expanding and making permanent the United States Trustee Programs, May 8, 1986.
  16. S. 1848, Pharmaceutical Export Amendments of 1986, May 5, 1986.
  17. Proposed sale of military technology to the Peoples Republic of China, May 8, 1986.
  18. Amendment 1838, Farm Bankruptcy, to S. 1923, May 8, 1986.'
  19. Nickles amendment to S. 1923 adding fourteen bankruptcy judgeships, May 8, 1986.
  20. A bill to designate the United Sate Post Office to be constructed in Barnwell, South Carolina, as the 'Solomon Blatt, Sr. Post Office', May 15, 1986.'
  21. S. 2395, the Uniformed Services Retirement Cost Reduction Act of 1986, May 15, 1986.
  22. Statement by Strom Thurmond (R-SC)floor of the United States Senate, reference a tribute to the late speaker emeritus of the South Carolina House of Representatives, Solomon Blatt, Sr., May 16, 1986.
  23. Address given by Dr. Otis R. Bowen, Secretary of Health and Human Services, at the Medical University of South Carolina, May 16, 1986.
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Statements on the Senate Floor June, 1986-July 31, 1986 

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  1. H.R. 4151, the Diplomatic Security and Anti-Terrorism Act of 1986, June 1986.
  2. Udag Formula Change Amendment, June 1986.
  3. Textile employment and import figures, June, 1986.
  4. Colloquy between Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) and Senator Robert Stafford (R-VT) on the Senate Floor reference Title III funding for two year colleges in S. 1965, the Higher Education Reauthorization Act, June 2, 1986.
  5. S. 1965, Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act, June 2, 1986.
  6. National television coverage of Senate chamber proceedings, June 2, 1986.
  7. The trip of Senator McConnell to South Korea, June 4, 1986.
  8. Resolution to designate National Historically Black Colleges Week, June 5, 1986.
  9. Introduction of the Rehabilitation Act of 1986, June 5, 1986.
  10. An article in Insight magazine concerning Afghanistan, June 6, 1986.
  11. Introduction of legislation to amend Fort Sumter Tour Boat Facility project, June 10, 1986.
  12. Amendment to the Tax Reform Act of 1986 to deny tax-exempt status to institutions providing abortion services, June 12, 1986.'
  13. Senator Garn's FHA amendment to H.J. Res. 652, June 18, 1986.'
  14. National Ice Cream Month, June 19, 1986.
  15. The Congressional Grace Caucus Legislative Package, June 26, 1985.
  16. Debtor nation status for the United States, June 26, 1986.'
  17. On the Senate floor regarding textile imports, July, 1986.
  18. June 1986 import figures, July, 1986.
  19. Importance of textiles to national defense, July, 1986.
  20. Supplemental Extradition Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, July 16, 1986.
  21. Textile agreements and public opinion poll, July 16, 1986.
  22. On the floor of the United States Senate, reference a tribute to the late Senator from North Carolina, John East, July 17, 1986.
  23. S. 2595 which requires health warning labels for alcoholic beverages, July 21, 1986.
  24. The drought in the southeast, July 23, 1986.
  25. Legislation to allow equitable charitable contribution deductions to farmers who provide agricultural products during natural disasters, July 23, 1986.
  26. Introduction of a agricultural product charitable contribution amendment to H.J. Res. 668, the Debt Limit Extension Resolution, July 31, 1986.
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Statements on the Senate Floor August, 1986-October 1, 1986 

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  1. Inserting a speech by White House Chief of Staff Donald T. Regan into the congressional record, August, 1986.
  2. Legislation to designate the Charles E. Simons, Jr. federal courthouse in Aiken, South Carolina, August 8, 1986.
  3. On the Senate floor to amend defense authorization bill concerning South Carolina Ports Authority lease of Navy property in Charleston, South Carolina, August 8, 1986.
  4. Legislation to designate the Charles E. Simons, Jr. federal courthouse in Aiken, South Carolina, August 8, 1986.
  5. Reference, in support of Senator Helms amendment regarding the African National Congress, August 14, 1986.
  6. Sanctions against South Africa, August 14, 1986.
  7. Final passage of South Africa Sanctions legislation, August 15, 1986.
  8. The Fiscal Year 1987 Treasury Department Appropriations Bill, August 15, 1986.
  9. Inserting remarks made by Deputy Secretary of Defense William H. Taft, IV, Dedication ceremony of the Soldier-Signers of the Constitution Corrider, into the congressional records, September, 1986.
  10. Final passage of the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1986, September 8, 1986.
  11. On the floor of the United State Senate, regarding a Senate Resolution condemning acts of terrorism in Istanbul and Karachi, September 9, 1986.
  12. On the floor of the United States Senate, regarding the detention of American Journalist Nicholas Daniloff, September 9, 1986.
  13. Introduction of genocide convention implementing legislation, September 10, 1986.
  14. Tribute to W.B. Camp, September 10, 1986.
  15. Introduction of resolution creating a new Senate rule for impeachment of convicted felons, September 10, 1986.
  16. Formers U.S. Ambassador to Malawi Weston Adams, September 13, 1986.
  17. Introduction of legislation to provide the Medical University of South Carolina a waiver of certain requirements of Title XIX of the Social Security Act (Medicaid), September 15,1 986.
  18. At a press conference regarding his opposition to the Malt Beverage Interbrand Competition Act of 1986, September 17, 1986
  19. Toll Road amendment to Federal-Aid Highway Act for 1986, September 23, 1986.
  20. 'Buy America Amendment' to Federal-Aid Highway Act, September 24, 1986.
  21. H.R. 3838, the Tax Reform Bill of 1986, September 26, 1986.
  22. Legislation extending the United States Trustee System, September 27, 1986.
  23. H.R. 5362 Supreme Court Police Authority, September 30, 1986.
  24. H.R. 5484, the Anti Drug Abuse Act of 1986, September 30, 1986.
  25. Alcohol labeling provisions included in Omnibus Drug Bill, September 30, 1986.
  26. Senator Gary Hart of Colorado, October, 1986.
  27. A tribute to J. Bates Gerald, October, 1986.
  28. A tribute to Senator Paul Laxalt of Nevada, October, 1986.
  29. A tribute to retiring Senator Charles M. Mathias (R-MD), October, 1986.
  30. Tribute to retiring Sen. Tom Eagleton, October, 1986.
  31. Reference, tribute to retiring Senator Russell Long, October, 1986.
  32. A tribute to Senate Barry Goldwater on the occasion of his retirement from the Senate, October, 1986.
  33. On the floor of the United States Senate regarding a vote to override the veto by President Reagan of the South Africa Sanctions Bill, H.R. 4868, October 1, 1986.
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Statements on the Senate Floor October 2, 1986-November 17, 1986 

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  1. Amendment number 3154 to the continuing resolution concerning drought resolution legalization, October 2, 1986.
  2. Colloquy between Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) and Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC) on the Senate floor reference S. 1577, a bill to transfer certain United States Forest Service land near the Savannah River Plant to the Department of Energy, October 2, 1986.
  3. Fort Sumter National Monument amendment to the continuing resolution, October 2, 1986.
  4. Amendment number 3125 to the continuing resolution on the Rural Electrification Act, October 2, 1986.
  5. On the floor of the United States Senate, regarding the late Chiang Kai-Shek, President of the Republic of China, October 2, 1986.
  6. Amendment to waive a provision contained in section 063 of H.R. 5294.
  7. Conference report on H.R. 5316, the 'Bankruptcy Judges, United States Trustees, and Family Farmer Bankruptcy Act of 1986', October 3,1 986.
  8. Amendment to continuing the resolution to provide a waiver for the Medical University of South Carolina to a certain requirement of Title XIX of the Social Security Act (Medicaid), October 3, 1986.
  9. Amendment to H.R. 2574, for the relief of the Survivors of Christopher Eney, October 8, 1986.
  10. Tribute to South Carolina State Representative Tom Mangum, October 9, 1986.
  11. On the floor of the United States Senate, regarding the death of J. Willis Cantey of Columbia, South Carolina, October 16,1 986.
  12. A tribute to Judge Charles E. Simons, Jr., November, 1986.
  13. Inclusion in the record the transcript of Scottish Rite Ceremony of November 17, 1986.
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Telephone Conversations 1986 

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  1. With Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Samuel Pierce, concerning the Charleston UDAG Application, (755-6417), May 6, 1986.
  2. With Mr. James E. Glisson, Director of Stationary at the Army and Air Force exchange service, (214/780-3721), November 20, 1986.
  3. Telephone conversation from Senator Strom Thurmond to Secretary Ambrose regarding the Squad Automatic Weapon M249 (SAW), (695-4311), December 9, 1986.
  4. With Mr. Harvey Schmitt, President of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, concerning the recommendation of Dean Livingston, Jr. to a Government Affairs position with the Greenville Chamber of Congress, (803/242-1050), December 12, 1986.
  5. With Mr. Mitch Daniels, Director of Political Affairs Office at the White House, concerning the United States Conference of Mayors, (456-14140, December 16, 1986.
  6. With Mr. Ben Gramling, II, regarding the appointment of Mr. Gramling to be a member of the Commission on Agricultural Workers, (803/472-215 or 803/472-9725), December 19, 1986.
  7. With Robert Tuttle, Director of Presidential Personnel, concerning several individuals interested in positions with the administration, (456-7060), December 19, 1986.
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1987 

Box Folder

Addresses 1987 

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  1. Before the winter consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas, Nevada, January 8, 1987
  2. At the Grant Award Ceremony hosted by the Children's Trust Fund of South Carolina, Governor's Conference Room, State House, Columbia, February 2, 1987.
  3. At the inauguration of Dr. George D. Youstra as the third president of Clearwater Christian College, Clearwater Christian College Campus, Clearwater, Florida, February 14, 1987.
  4. At the 40th founders Day ceremony and inauguration of Dr. Curtis E. Bryan as President of Denmark Technical College, Denmark Technical College Campus, Denmark, South Carolina, March 29, 1987.
  5. At the opening session of the South Carolina Opportunities Symposium, Capitol Room, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Washington, D.C., May 18, 1987
  6. Dedication of the Strom Thurmond Vocational Rehabilitation Center, Aiken, South Carolina, May 31, 1987.
  7. The dedication of the AMVets Carillion at the Florence National Cemetery, Florence, South Carolina, June 6, 1987
  8. At the opening of the USA National Pavilion, 37th Paris Air Show, Paris France, USA Pavilion, June 11, 1987
  9. At the meeting hosted by the South Carolina Research Authority to promote interest in the Associate Contractor Program of the Ramp Project-Charleston, South Carolina, Omni Hotel, July 7, 1987
  10. Before the South Carolina Judicial Conference, Town House, Columbia, August 22, 1986
  11. To the fellowship of Christian Police Officers, Columbia Marriott, Columbia, South Carolina, August 29
  12. At the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Helping Hands, Inc. facility, Aiken, South Carolina, August 30, 1987
  13. At meeting of the Charleston Trident Chamber of Commerce, Charleston, South Carolina, September 4, 1986, 12:00 a.m.
  14. At the Veterans of Foreign War's unveiling of a monument honoring textile workers, Greenwood, South Carolina, September 7, 1987
  15. Before the A.B. Laffer Associates Washington Conference, Ritz Carlton, Washington, D.C., October 5, 1987
  16. Before the Palmetto Business Forum, East Room, Summit Club, Columbia, South Carolina, November 9, 1987.
6 88

Articles 1987 

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  1. Editorial by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) for USA Today regarding proposed pay increases for members of Congress and other high-ranking federal officials, February 10, 1987.
  2. Submitted to the Chairman of the Edgefield County Water Conservation District for inclusion in a special section for newspapers and magazines regarding Soil and Water Stewardship Week, May 24-31, 1987.
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Press Releases January 2, 1987-July 30, 1987 

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  1. [Department of Navy awarded $12,598,506 contract to Life Cycle Engineering of Charleston], Washington, D.C., January 2, 1987.
  2. [Senator Strom Thurmond re-introduces key legislative initiatives in the 100th Congress], Washington, D.C., January 6, 1987.
  3. [Senator Thurmond urges Small Business Administration to declare two South Carolina counties disaster areas], Washington, D.C., January 20, 1987.
  4. [U.S. Labor Department launched a probe of alleged labor law violations involving textile and apparel exported from CNMI], Washington, D.C., January 21, 1987.
  5. [Senator Thurmond and Congressman Ravenel lauded the reopening of General Dynamics Plant in Goose Creek, South Carolina], Washington, D.C., January 22, 1987.
  6. [Senator Thurmond seeks priority funding for South Carolina highway projects in new omnibus highway bill], Washington, D.C., January 22, 1987.
  7. [Three high school students from South Carolina will be delegates to a model constitutional convention in Washington, D.C.], Washington, D.C., January 27, 1987.
  8. [Senate set to vote on Thurmond's measure barring substantial proposed pay raises for member of Congress and other senior federal members], Washington, D.C., January 28, 1987.
  9. [Small Business Administration has declared two South Carolina counties disaster area], Washington, D.C., 28, 1987.
  10. [Senate approved and sent to house Thurmond's pay raise measure], Washington, D.C., January 29, 1987.
  11. [Senator Thurmond names four South Carolina seniors as principal nominees for appointments to the Nation's military academies], Washington, D.C., February 2, 1987.
  12. [General Services Administration has awarded a $90 million contract to a South Carolina firm], Washington, D.C., February 3, 1987.
  13. [Two South Carolina projects have been included as priority items in the omnibus high bill being debated by the Senate], Washington, D.C., February 2, 1987.
  14. [Senator Thurmond moves to recall federal pay hike], Washington, D.C., February 4, 1987.
  15. [Senator Thurmond sets meeting with officials on James Island Expressway], Washington, D.C., February 12, 1987.
  16. [South Carolina's Senators set to introduce new textile trade bill], Washington, D.C., February 17, 1987.
  17. [Senator Thurmond introduces bill designed to upgrade the Veterans' Administration to a cabinet level department], Washington, D.C., February 17, 1987.
  18. [Senator Thurmond announces disaster payments for South Carolina Farmers], Washington, D.C., February 20, 1987.
  19. [Federal Highway Administrator agreed to restore $20 million in federal construction funds for proposed James Island Expressway project in Charleston], Washington, D.C., February 27, 1987.
  20. [U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reversed an earlier decision and agreed to unconditionally release a $7.7 million in funds for repair of the Pinopolic West Dam], Washington, D.C., March 3, 1987.
  21. [Senator Thurmond admonishes textile negotiator to seek firm import limits], Washington, D.C., March 6, 1987. [Department of the Army has initially authorized two new units for the South Carolina Army National Guard], Washington, D.C., March 12, 1987.
  22. [Senate Judiciary Committee approved an sent to Senate a joint resolution that would designate September 21-27, 1987 as 'National Historically Black Colleges Week'], Washington, D.C., March 19, 1987.
  23. [Senate approved Federal Highway Act Conference Report with included three South Carolina projects], Washington, D.C., March 19, 1987.
  24. On his vote to sustain President Reagan's veto of the Highway Bill, April 2, 1987.
  25. [Margaret J. Gamble has been selected to serve as a Member of the International Education Programs Advisory Board at the U.S. Department of Education], Washington, D.C., April 6, 1987.
  26. [Navy decided to name a new missile cruiser in honor of the Battle of Cowpens, fought in Cowpens, South Carolina], Washington, D.C., April 6, 1987.
  27. [Navy has awarded $7.7 million to the South Carolina Research Authority], Washington, D.C., April 6, 1987.
  28. [Senator Strom Thurmond introduced legislation to help disabled and chronically ill children], Washington, D.C., April 7, 1987.
  29. [Senator Thurmond introduced legislation to name education program for Ronald E. McNair], Washington, D.C., April 8, 1987.
  30. [Senator Thurmond sponsored legislative initiatives in the areas of welfare reform, aging, and education], Washington, D.C., April 9, 1987.
  31. [Senator Thurmond sets up effort to bring a new reactor to Savannah River Plant], Washington, D.C., April 9, 1987.
  32. [Senator Thurmond joined Senator Robert Dole (R-Kansas) in introducing the 'Education Competitiveness and Improvement Act of 1987], Washington, D.C., April 10, 1987.
  33. Statement by Senator Thurmond (R-SC) regarding proposed sentencing guidelines reported by the U.S. Sentencing Commission, April 13, 1987.
  34. [U.South Carolina receives $16.3 million in funding for the University of South Carolina John E. Swearingen Engineering Center], Washington, D.C., April 6, 1987.
  35. Saying that a letter from the U.S. Trade Representative to U.S. Senators is misleading and based on erroneous premises, Sen. Strom Thurmond drafted response to its assertions that the new trade bill is unfair and unnecessary, Washington, D.C., April 24, 1987.
  36. [Defense Authorization Bill which recently cleared Senate Armed Services Committee has major projects to strengthen national defense and South Carolina's defense program], Washington, D.C., May 13, 1987.
  37. [Senate Judiciary Committee passed and sent to full Senate a bill to tighten regulations for former federal officials who leave the government to lobby for domestic and foreign clients], Washington, D.C., May 19, 1987.
  38. [President Reagan signs Thurmond education bill to honor McNair into law], Washington, D.C., June 5, 1987.
  39. [Mark W. Goodin, Press Secretary for Senator Strom Thurmond has resigned to become Manager of Corporate Public Relations for Aetna Life & Casualty in Hartford, CT], Washington, D.C., June 10, 1987.
  40. [Senator Strom Thurmond will lead the U.S. delegation to the Paris Air Show this week], Washington, D.C., June 10, 1987.
  41. [Republic of China on Taiwan intends to send a buying mission to South Carolina next month to purchase soybeans], Washington, D.C., June 17, 1987.
  42. [Senator Thurmond expresses concerns regarding current government policy on Soviet imports], Washington, D.C., June 17, 1987.
  43. Senator Strom Thurmond today spoke with USDA representatives encouraging them to purchase peaches from South Carolina], Washington, D.C., July 1, 1987.
  44. Regarding the resignation of Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr. and the President's nomination of U.S. Appeals Court Judge Rober H. Bork as Justice of the Supreme Court], Washington, D.C., July 1, 1987.
  45. [Negotiations to limit Soviet produced textile and apparel production from entering the United Sates will commence on July 8 and 9, Washington, D.C., July 1, 1987.
  46. [James Dorn has been appointed to the National Dairy Promotion and Research Board], Washington, D.C., July 1, 1987.
  47. [James H. Babb has been appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary for Textiles at the U.S. Department of Commerce], Washington, D.C., July 10, 1987.
  48. [Senator Thurmond announces appointment of Edward H. Sims to President's commission for the Preservation of American Heritage Abroad], Washington, D.C., July 10, 1987.
  49. [Federal agencies have awarded grants for Charleston area], Washington, D.C., July 15, 1987.
  50. [Senator Thurmond announces recovery settlement for Cherokee County Hospital], Washington, D.C., July 16, 1987.
  51. [Appalachian Regional Commission has awarded a $250,000 grant to W.W. Grainger, Inc.], Washington, D.C., July 27, 1987.
  52. [Farmers Home Association has approved a $48,000 loan to Croft Fire District in Spartanburg], Washington, D.C., July 27, 1987.
  53. [Appalachian Regional Commission has awarded a $250,000 grant to W.W. Grainger, Inc.], Washington, D.C., July 27, 1987.
  54. [Federal Highway Administration approved an additional $79,000 to help fund construction of proposed James Island Freeway], Washington, D.C., July 30, 1987.
  55. [Senator Thurmond tells Senate Finance bill that failure to approve new textile and apparel legislation would result in complete devastation of textile industry], Washington, D.C., July 30, 1987.
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Press Releases July 31, 1987-December 17, 1987 

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  1. [Dr. Sondra Herber of South Carolina wins Pharmacology Grant], Washington, D.C., July 31, 1987.
  2. [Senator Thurmond introduces legislation to reauthorize programs under two family protection statutes, Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act and the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act], Washington, D.C., August 7, 1987.
  3. [Senator Thurmond emphasizes textile concerns to new cabinet nominee C. William Verity], Washington, D.C., August 11, 1987.
  4. [A new study by the U.S. Public Health and Services indicates that alcohol warning labels could affect consumer behavior], Washington, D.C., August 11, 1987.
  5. [Charleston Naval Shipyard receives $110 million contract for the U.S. Department of the Navy], Washington, D.C., August 14, 1987.
  6. [U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration has awarded a $5,730,000 grant to the City of Columbia and Richland County], Washington, D.C., August 14, 1987.
  7. [Senator Thurmond called on President Reagan and U.S. Trade Ambassador Clayton Yeutter to investigate the import an take action to restrain Iranian goods], Washington, D.C., August 18, 1987.
  8. [Senator Thurmond clarifies 'Notch Year' Social Security mailing], Washington, D.C., August 19, 1987.
  9. [U.S. Department of Education has named Denmark Technical College as a historically black college], Washington, D.C., August 19, 1987.
  10. [Former Judiciary Committee counsel Joe Buzhardt has been appointed Assistant of U.S. Trustee for the District of South Carolina under the Department of Justice U.S. Trustee Program], Washington, D.C., August 20, 1987.
  11. Economic Administration has approved an addition $600,000 in grant funds for the upgrading of Thicketty Creek and Peoples Creek Wastewater Treatment Plants in Gaffney], Washington, D.C., August 24, 1987.
  12. [American Development Corporation in North Charleston has received a $2,669,550 contract from the U.S. Air Force], Washington, D.C., August 24, 1987.
  13. [Department of Navy has awarded a contract of $4,727,000 to C.R. Hipp, Inc., Charleston, South Carolina], Washington, D.C., August 27, 1987.
  14. Statement by Senator Thurmond (R-SC) regarding Senator Same Nunn's decision not to see the Demarcation nomination for President, August 27, 1987.
  15. [Economic Development Administration has awarded a $669,5000 grant to the City of Sumter], Washington, D.C., September 1, 1987.
  16. [Economic Development Administration has awarded an additional $1,000,000 in grant funds for the extension of the wastewater system in Anderson County], Washington, D.C., September 1, 1987.
  17. [Dr. Charles Dunn of Clemson University has been appointed to the Board of Foreign Scholarships], Washington, D.C., September 3, 1987.
  18. [Senator Thurmond encourages participation in Senate Youth Program], Washington, D.C., September 11, 1987.
  19. [South Carolina's Boys' Nation Senators meet with Sen. Thurmond], Washington, D.C., September 11, 1987.
  20. [Mary Trull, South Carolina's of USA Today's Constitutional essay contest, met with Sen. Thurmond], Washington, D.C., September 17, 1987.
  21. [Senate Appropriations Subcommittee may make South Carolina eligible for funding to establish a Fish and Wildlife Cooperative Research unit], Washington, D.C., September 18, 1987.
  22. [Senator Thurmond introduced legislation that would ensure tax deductibility of expenses involved in the acquisition, training and maintenance of service animals used to assist the physically disabled], Washington, D.C., September 22, 1987.
  23. [Newberry College football players and cheerleaders meet with Thurmond], Washington, D.C., September 22, 1987.
  24. [Senate Thurmond asks U.S. Customs Service to investigate a report that shipping documents were falsified to allow Soviet textile imports entry], Washington, D.C., September 24, 1987.
  25. [U.S. Department of Education awarded a $7.5 million in student housing loans to three South Carolina colleges under Title VII of the Higher Education Act], Washington, D.C., September 25, 1987.
  26. [Department of Air Force awarded a $3,170,468 contract to Southern Weaving company of Greenville, South Carolina], Washington, D.C., September 25, 1987.
  27. [Senator Thurmond and former Governor Robert McNain established a scholarship in member of Judge Emory M. Sneeden at the U.South Carolina School of Law], Washington, D.C., October, 1987.
  28. [Senator Thurmond declares that he will oppose a monitored retrievable storage (MRS) facility in South Carolina], Washington, D.C., October 1, 1987.
  29. [Construction of Bachelors Enlisted Quarters at Charleston Naval Station will be fulfilled by a Pensacola, Florida Company], Washington, D.C., October 5, 1987.
  30. [Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded a $150,000 in grant funds to the City of Edgefield], Washington, D.C., October 6, 1987.
  31. Regarding the Judiciary Committee vote on the nomination of Judge Robert Bork to the U.S. Supreme Court, October 6, 1987.
  32. [Michelle Pearson, a jr. at South Carolina State was named among the top 30 minority students in the nation in science and technology], Washington, D.C., October 7, 1987.
  33. [Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, and Related Agencies recommend funding for three agriculture research projects in South Carolina], Washington, D.C., October 8, 1987.
  34. [Senate approved $2 million for research centers at Clemson University and the University of South Carolina], Washington, D.C., October 15, 1987.
  35. [Special Waiver implemented by Secretary of Health and Human Resources Otis Bowen, SSI can continue to receive in-kind assistance from private charitable organizations without a reduction in SSI benefits], Washington, D.C., October 19, 1987.
  36. [South Carolina military installations will receive $45 million in new construction projects], Washington, D.C., October 27, 1987.
  37. [Bill by Senator Thurmond to reauthorize programs under two key family protection statutes was approved by the Senate]', Washington, D.C., November 3, 1987.
  38. [Senator Strom Thurmond receives 1st Annual Claims Court Bar Award], Washington, D.C., November 5, 1987.
  39. [Department of Transportation gave $43 million in discretionary bridge funds for James Island Bridge], Washington, D.C., November 5, 1987.
  40. [President Reagan said he will recommend creation of a cabinet-level department for veterans], Washington, D.C., November 10, 1987.
  41. [Interlake Corporation is negotiating with state and local development authorities to open a new storage rack manufacturing facility in Sumter], Washington, D.C., November 25, 1987.
  42. [Senator Strom Thurmond told Soviet Television reporters that he hopes to support and eventual INF treaty with the Soviet Union], Washington, D.C., December 1, 1987.
  43. [Senator Thurmond promoted two staff members to fill the positions of legislative director in his personal office and chief minority counsel on his Judiciary Committee staff], Washington, D.C., December 7, 1987.
  44. [A letter soliciting member and fees for a new organization called 'Concerned Truckers of America' are being distributed in South Carolina with Senator Thurmond's signature without his knowledge or consent], Washington, D.C., December 8, 1987.
  45. [Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded $25,000 in matching community development grants to the Greenville Housing Authority], Washington, D.C., December 10, 1987.
  46. [U.S. Department of Labor approves South Carolina's job safety and health plan], Washington, D.C., December 15, 1987.
  47. [U.S. Army Cops of Engineers has issues permit for Center Pointe Development in N. Charleston], Washington, D.C., December 16, 1987.
  48. [Senator Thurmond and Joe Biden (D-Delaware) introduced landmark legislation to create a uniform, nationwide process for the collection of federal debt], Washington, D.C., December 17, 1987.
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Remarks 1987 

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  1. Before the Indian River County Republican Club Lincoln Day Dinner, February 13, 1987.
  2. In bringing official greetings from the United States Senate at the Inaugural of Dr. Albert Smith as the sixth President of South Carolina State College, Orangeburg, South Carolina, February 28, 1987.
  3. Opening the Strom Thurmond Institute seminar on the budget, Senate Dirksen Building, Washington, D.C., March 10, 1987
  4. Remarks by Senator Strom Thurmond before the 1987 annual meeting of the Labor Policy Association, Colonial Williamsburg Conference Center, Williamsburg, Virginia, March 14, 1987
  5. In bringing official greetings from the United States Senate at the Inaugural of Dr. Harry McKinley Lightsey, Jr. as the eighteenth President of the College of Charleston, March 27, 1987.
  6. In bringing official greetings from the United States Senate at the Inaugural of Dr. Marshall C. Grigsby as President of Benedict College, April 3, 1987.
  7. Before the Association of Christian Schools International White House Briefing Conference, Mayflower Hotel, 1127 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C., April 6, 1987
  8. At ceremony commemorating the Bicentennial of the Constitution and the role played by George Washington and the Patowmack Canal Company, Head Gate of Lock #1, Great, Great Falls, Virginia, May 17, 1987, 11:00.
  9. At the Senate prayer breakfast, Vandenberg Room, the Capitol, Washington, D.C., May 20, 1987.
  10. Before the South Carolina Republican Party Convention, State Fairgrounds, Columbia, South Carolina, May 30, 1987.
  11. Before a conference of the National Federation of Press Women, Bill of Rights Institute, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, June 26, 1987
  12. A the Prime Time Intern Fellowship, 320 East Capital Street, Washington, D.C., July 1, 1987
  13. On the Bicentennial of the Constitution, Fort Johnson Baptist Church, 143 Camp Road, Charleston, South Carolina, July 5, 1987
  14. On the occasion of 'Sailor of the Year' Luncheon, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia, July 17, 1987
  15. At dedication of Education Building of First Baptist Church, Mullins, South Carolina, September 13, 1987
  16. On the Bicentennial of the Constitution, Wiles Chapel, Newberry College, Prosperity, South Carolina, September 14, 1987
  17. Before the Southeastern Association of Highway and Transportation Officials, North Myrtle Beach Hilton, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, October 12, 1987
  18. Before the sixth annual Defense Contracting Seminar, McLean Hilton Hotel, McLean, Virginia, October 15, 1987
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Speeches 1983 

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  1. At the Department South Carolina Reserve Officers' Association annual convention, April 25, 1987.
  2. At the Clemson chapter of the Air Force Association meeting, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Greenville, South Carolina, May 22, 1987.
  3. At the 40th annual Civil Affairs Association national conference, Capitol Hill Hotel, Washington, D.C., June 5, 1987.
  4. In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of Chinese American Educational Cooperation under the Fulbright program, Wordsworth Room, International Club, 1800 K Street, Washington, D.C., October 23, 1987.
6 93

Statements 1987 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Regarding Membership in the Mason, [1987].Regarding introduction of the Textile and Apparel Trade Act of 1987, February 19, 1987.
  2. Regarding the Tower Commission Reports on the Iran Arms Incident, February 27, 1987.
  3. Regarding a speech by President Ronald Reagan on the Iran-Contra Affair, March 4, 1987.
  4. Before the ninth seminar on the Administration of Justice,
  5. Charlottesville, Virginia, April 11, 1987.
  6. Regarding
  7. approval by the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee of the Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987 (Grove City Bill), May 20, 1987.
  8. Regarding the U.S. attack on Iranian target in the Persian Gulf, October 19, 1987.
  9. At the press conference reference the Nation Academy of Science report on the Savannah River Plant (SRP) and DuPont's decision to leave SRP, Washington, Senate Press Gallery, October 29, 1987
  10. Regarding the U.S.-Soviet Summit and signing of the INF Arms Nuclear Arms Reduction Treaty, December 11, 1987.
  11. Regarding the death of Chief Preston Strom, December 14, 1987.
6 94

Statements-Committee circa 1987-March 24, 1987 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence in consideration of S. 1085, 1987.
  2. Before the full Senate Labor Committee reference legislation to reduce the incidence of Infant Mortality, 1987.
  3. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference hearing on national health goals, SD-430, January 12, 1987
  4. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference hearings on national employment goals, SD-430, January 13, 1987
  5. Before the Senate Rule Committee concerning the proposed budget for the Committee on the Judiciary for 1987, Russell Senate Office Building 301, January 21, 1987
  6. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference Hearings on work and welfare, SD-430, February 3, 1987.
  7. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond before the Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs reference hearing on S. 12, the 'New GI Bill Continuation Act', SR-418, February 4, 1987
  8. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference Authorization and Oversight Hearing on the Antitrust Division of the Justice Department, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, February 4, 1987
  9. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee reference DOJ authorization hearing-Criminal Division and Drug Enforcement Administration, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, February 5, 1987
  10. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing on the Fiscal Year 1988 Veterans' Administration Budget, Postponement of Transition Period for the Vet Center Program (S. 279 and Section 4 (B) of S.6), and the Homeless Veterans Assistance Act (S. 477), SR-418, February 18, 1987
  11. Before the Senate Committee on Judiciary, reference hearings on S. 80, to repeal the McCarran-Ferguson Act, Room SD-226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, February 18, 1987
  12. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary reference S. 517, the Department of Justice Appropriations Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1988, February 19, 1987
  13. Senate Subcommittee on Children, Family, Drugs, and Alcoholism hearing on the 'Parental and Temporary Medical Leave Act', SD-430, February 19, 1987
  14. Before the joint meeting of the Committees on Veterans' Affairs reference the 1987 legislative goals of the disabled American veterans, CHOB-345, February 24, 1987.
  15. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence, S-407, the Capitol, February 25, 1987.
  16. Before the joint meeting of the Committees on Veterans' Affairs reference the 1987 legislative goals of the Paralyzed Veterans of America, Blinded Veterans Association, Military Order of the Purple Heart, and the Veterans of World War I of the U.S.A., Inc., CHOB-334, February 25, 1987
  17. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence, S-222, the Capitol, February 26, 1987.
  18. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopoly and Business Rights, reference hearing on S. 431 and S. 432, amendments to the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act, Room 562, Dirksen Senate Office Building, February 26, 1987
  19. Before a joint meeting of the Committees on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing on the 1987 legislative goals of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, CHOB-345, March 3, 1987
  20. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee reference Federal Bureau of Investigation authorization/oversight hearing, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 3,1 987
  21. Senate Subcommittee on Education, Arts, Humanities hearing on the Education Consolation and Improvement Act, SD-430, March 5, 1987
  22. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee reference hearing on oversight of DOJ Civil Rights Division, March 10, 1987
  23. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference hearing on telecommunications in education, SD-430, March 11, 1987
  24. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopolies and Business Rights, reference an oversight hearing on mergers, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 11, 1987, 9;00 a.m.
  25. Before a joint meeting of the Committees on Veterans' Affairs reference discovery abuses in National Association of Radiation Survivors (NARS) V. Turnage, CHOB-334, March 17, 1987
  26. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence Classified Programs, S-407, the Capitol, March 19, 1987.
  27. Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources reference S. 557, the proposed Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987, Room 430 Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 19, 1987
  28. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence Bomber and Tank Issues, S-222, March 19, 1987
  29. Before the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopolies and Business Rights, Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference mark-up S. 431 to amend the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act, Room 226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 19, 1987, 1:15 p.m.
  30. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Education reference hearing on the 'Education for Competitive America Act', S-406, SD-430, March 23, 1987
  31. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence Chemical Weapons Hearing, S-222, March 23, 1987.
  32. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence SDI Hearing, S-222, March 24, 1987.
  33. Before the Senate committee on the Judiciary reference S. 517, the Department of Justice Appropriation Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1988, March 24, 1987
6 95

Statements-Committee March 25, 1987-May 21, 1987 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Vote to report S. 778, Star Schools, from the Senate Labor Subcommittee, S-211, March 25, 1987.
  2. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopolies and Business Rights, reference airline mergers and deregulation, Room 226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, March 25, 1987
  3. At the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on National Security Strategy, SR-325, March 25, 1987
  4. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Aging reference 'Reauthorization of Older American Act of 1965', SD-430, March 31
  5. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence, SR-222, March 31, 1987.
  6. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence, SR-222, April 1, 1987
  7. Before the a joint meeting of the Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference the 1987 legislative goals of the Vietnam Veterans of America, the American Veterans of World War II, Korea and Vietnam (AMVets), and the Jewish War Veterans, CHOB-334, April 1, 1987
  8. Before the Courts and Administrative Practice Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee reference S. 548, the Retiree Benefits Security Act of 1987, April 1, 1987.
  9. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Children reference 'Reauthorization of Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act', SD-562, April 1, 1987
  10. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopoly and Business Rights, reference oversight hearing on corporate takeovers, Room 226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 2,1 987
  11. Before the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development and Related Agencies, Senate Appropriations Committee, reference funding of various agricultural programs, 138 Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 7, 1987, 4:00 p.m.
  12. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee reference mark-up of Department of Justice Authorization for FY 1988-89, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 8, 1987
  13. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence, SDG-50, April 9, 1987
  14. Senate Subcommittee on Children hearing on S. 249, the 'Parental and Temporary Medical Leave Act of 1987, SD-430, April 23, 1987
  15. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence Subcommittee Markup, April 23, 1987
  16. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee reference S. 548, the Retiree Benefits Security Act of 1987, 226 Dirksen, April 24, 1987.
  17. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence Full Committee Markup, April 29, 1987
  18. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference markup of S.1068, a bill to amend Section 8 of the Clayton Act, Room 226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 29, 1987
  19. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference markup of S. 432 to amend Hart-Scott-Rodino Act, Room 226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 29, 1987
  20. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing onS. 999, Veterans' Employment and Training Amendments of 1987 and S. 918, the Veterans' Educational Assistance Improvements Act of 1987, SR-418, April 30, 1987
  21. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopoly and Business Rights, reference oversight hearing on the AT&T divestiture, Room 226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, April 30, 1987
  22. Senate Labor and Human Resource Committee hearings on AIDS, SD-430
  23. Opening statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Subcommittee on Strategic Forces and Nuclear Deterrence SD-352, May 6, 1987.
  24. Before the full Senate Labor Committee reference vote against School Drop Out Amendment, SD-430, May 6, 1987
  25. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference hearing on Antitrust and Competitiveness, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, May 6 and 7, 1987
  26. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Children reference hearing on children of alcohol and drug abuses, SD-430, May 12, 1987
  27. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopoly and Business Rights, reference hearing on S. 443, the Railroad Antitrust Act, Room 562, Dirksen Senate Office Building, May 13, 1987
  28. Before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference mark-up on s. 999, Veterans' Employment, Training, an Counseling Amendments of 1987, and two amendments thereto, SR-418, May 14, 1987
  29. Support of amendments to strike part B of S. 538, the Economic Dislocation and Worker Adjustment Assistance Act before the full Senate and Labor Committee, SD-430, may 15, 1987
  30. Following a meeting with Energy Secretary John Herrington regarding location of the proposed new production reactor at the Savannah River Plant, May 18, 1987.
  31. Before the Judiciary Committee concerning S. 237, the Integrity in Post Employment Act of 1987, May 19, 1987.
  32. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs reference hearing on S.6-Veterans' Health Care Improvement Act of 1987, S. 631-Veterans Administration Procurement Act of 1987, S. 1195-Veterans' Administration Health Care Personnel Act, and other health care legislation, SR-418, May 21, 1987, 8:45 a.m.
  33. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Children reference hearing on the Family Violence Act, May 21, 1987
6 96

Statements-Committee May 28, 1987-July 31, 1987 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Before the Courts and Administrative Practice Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee, reference S. 548, the Retiree Benefits Security Act of 1987, 226 Dirksen, May 28, 1987
  2. Before the House Veteran's Affairs Subcommittee on Housing and Memorial Affairs Re: field hearing on the Veterans' Administration Home Loan Guaranty Program, Greenville Technical College, May 29, 1987
  3. Before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, reference hearing on S. 80, to repeal the McCarrran-Ferguson Act, Room 226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 2, 1987
  4. Before the Subcommittee on the Constitution concerning the seventh amendment right to a jury trial, SD-226, June 9, 1987
  5. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee 'Mark-Up' of the 'High Risk Notification Act of 1987', S. 79, June 17, 1987.
  6. During the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee 'Mark-Up' reference the Acquired Immune Deficiency Act of 1987, S. 1220, June 17, 1987.
  7. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond before the Veterans' Affairs Committee reference oversight hearing on the VA Home Loan Guaranty Program and reference Home Loan Provisions in S. 9-the Service Disabled Veterans' Benefits Improvement Act of 1987 and S. 920-Veterans' Housing Amendments to Act of 1987, SR-418, June 17, 1987
  8. Before the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee reference polygraphs in the workplace hearing, SD-430, June 19, 1987
  9. Before the Committee on the Judiciary concerning S. 548, a bill to protect retirees medical benefits in bankruptcy, June 23, 1987
  10. Before the full Senate Labor Committee reference hearing on 'Minimum Health Benefits for all Workers Act of 1987', S. 1265, SD-430, June 24, 1987
  11. Before the Veterans' Affairs Committee reference oversight hearing on AIDS and the Veterans' Administration, SR-418, June 24, 1987
  12. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopolies and Business Rights, reference hearing on s. 844, a bill to exempt certain activities from provisions of the Antitrust Laws, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 25, 1987
  13. Before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopolies and Business Rights, reference hearing on S. 1407, the Antitrust Improvement Act of 1987, and S. 635, a bill to protect property rights, and for other purposes, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, June 30, 1987
  14. [Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Veterans' Affairs Committee reference hearing on S. 9, S. 453, S. 1002, and S.1365], SR-418, June 30, 1987, 8:45 a.m.
  15. Before the Subcommittee on the Constitution concerning S. 558, the Fair Housing Bill, Room SD-226, Dirksen Senate Office Building, July 1, 1987
  16. During the Senate Aging Subcommittee executive session reference the Older Americans Reauthorization Act 1987, July 7, 1987.
  17. Before the Senate Judiciary committee reference S. 332, to stay the detention or deportation of certain Salvadorans, Room 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building, July 15, 1987
  18. Before the Subcommittee on Courts and Administrative Practice, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference S. 950, the Administrative Law Judge Corps Act, July 21, 1987
  19. During the full Senate Labor Committee executive session reference the Older Americans Reauthorization Act of 1987, July 22, 1987.
  20. Before the full Senate Labor Committee reference hearing on raising the minimum wage, SD-430, July 23, 1987.
  21. Full Senate Labor Committee confirmation hearing on Dorothy Strunk to be Assistant Secretary of Labor for the Mine Safety and Health Administration, SD-430, July 29, 1987
  22. Testimony by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) before the Senate Finance Committee, reference S. 549 'The Textile and Apparel Trade Act of 1987', Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room 215, July 30, 1987
  23. Hearing by the Senate Subcommittee on Education on the Magnet School and Impact Aid Program, SD-430, July 30, 1987.
  24. Before Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee reference Murkowski amendment on radiation compensation, SR-418, July 31, 1987
  25. Before Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee reference Murkowski amendment to strike Lupus Provision from S. 9, SR-418, July 31, 1987
  26. Before Veterans Affairs Committee reference Deconcini amendment to S. 9 on drug testing, July 31, 1987
  27. Before Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee reference Murkowski amendment to S. 9 on Sate Veterans Homes and Medicaid, SR-418, July 31, 1987
  28. Before Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee reference Murkowski amendment to S. 1464 on vet centers, SR-418, July 31, 1987
  29. Murkowski amendment to VA Construction Resolution, SR-418, July 31, 1987
  30. Before Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee reference Murkowski amendment to S. 9 on transferring certain VA land in California, SR-418, July 31, 1987
7 97

Statements-Committee August 4, 1987-December 11, 1987 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Before the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopolies and Business Rights, Senate Judiciary Committee, reference SS. 567, the Malt Beverage Interbrand Competition Act, August 4, 1987
  2. Hearing on the Senate Subcommittee on Education on Reauthorization on the Adult Education Act, SD-430, August 6, 1987
  3. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation regarding the nomination of Mr. C. William Verity to be the Secretary of Commerce, Room 253, Russell Senate Office Building, September 10, 1987
  4. Before the full Senate Labor Committee reference hearing on the AIDS Federal Policy Act of 1987, SD-438, September 11, 1987
  5. At the conclusion of the testimony of Judge Robert Bork before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Russell Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building, September 18, 1987.
  6. Before the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee reference hearing on 1988 legislative goals of the American Legion, SD-106, September 22, 1987
  7. During the Senate Education Subcommittee mark-up, reference amendment to Title XI, Star Schools Program, of the Elementary and Secondary Education Reauthorization Act of 1987, SD-430, October 1, 1987
  8. During the Senate Education Subcommittee mark-up, reference vote on the 'Elementary and Secondary Education Programs Reauthorization Act of 1987', S. 373, October 1, 1987.
  9. During full Senate Labor Committee executive session reference legislation to reauthorize the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act and the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act, S. 1663, SD-430, October 8, 1987.
  10. During the full Senate Labor Committee, reference vote on the 'Elementary and Secondary Education Programs Reauthorization Act of 1987', S. 373, October 14, 1987.
  11. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference sentencing guidelines hearing, October 22, 1987
  12. Before the House Government Operations Subcommittee on Legislation and National Security, reference H.R. 3471, legislation to make the VA a cabinet-level department, room 2154, Rayburn House Office Building, October 27, 1987
  13. Before Subcommittee on Courts and Administrative Practices, reference S. 1630, a bill to upgrade the retirement system for bankruptcy judges and federal magistrates, Room SD-226, October 28, 1987
  14. Full Senate Labor Committee hearing on Nutrasweet, SD-430, November 3, 1987, 9:30.
  15. Before the full Labor Committee reference hearing on 'Minimum Health Benefits for all Workers Act of 1987', S. 1265, SD-430, November 4, 1987
  16. Before the Patents, Copyrights, and Trademarks Subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee reference-S. 698, a bill to provide for the use of musical works in syndicated television programs, 226 Dirksen Senate Office Building
  17. Before the Senate Judiciary Committee reference introduction of amendment which would require alcohol warning labels, November 18, 1987
  18. At the confirmation hearing of Samuel K. Lessey, Jr. to be the Director of Selective Service, November 24, 1987
  19. Before the Judiciary Committee, reference executive session on S. 1134, a bill to provide for the selection of the appropriate venue for appeals from administrative agency orders, SD-226, December 3, 1987
  20. Before the Committee on the Judiciary, reference H.R. 3025-Appalachian States low-level Radioactive Waste Compact, December 3, 1987
  21. Before the executive session of the Committee on the Judiciary, reference S. 1630, a bill to upgrade the retirement system for bankruptcy judges and federal magistrates, Room SD-226, December 3, 1987
  22. Before the full Senate Labor Committee reference hearing on Secretary Labor nominee, Ann Dore McLaughlin, SD-430, December 8, 1987
  23. Before the full Senate Labor Committee reference consideration of Secretary of Labor nominee, Ann Dore McLaughlin, SD-430, December 9, 1987
  24. During full Senate Labor Committee mark-up of S. 492, reference Hatch amendment dealing with union violence, SD-430, December 9, 1987
  25. Before the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee on legislation to make the VA a cabinet-level department, Room 342, Dirksen Senate Office Building, December 9, 1987
  26. During Senate Education Subcommittee hearing on guaranteed student loans, SD-430, December 11, 1987
7 98

Statements on the Senate Floor circa 1987-January, 1987 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Reference, the Sunny Von Bulow National Victim Advocacy Center, 1987.
  2. Regarding the death of South Carolina Editor and Publisher, Hubert, Duvall Osteen, 1987.
  3. Criminal Justice Reform Act of 1987-Section-by-Section Analysis, 1987.
  4. In support of S.J. Res. 34, a resolution disapproving the recommendation of the President relating to rates of pay of certain officers and employees of the federal government, January, 1987.
  5. A bill to allow railroad police and private university or college police access to federal government criminal identification records, January, 1987.
  6. Recent trade deficit figures and textile legislation in the 100th Congress, January, 1987.
  7. The introduction of a bill to extend the suspension of duty on menthol raw materials (2-Isopropyl-5-methylcyclohexane), January, 1987.
  8. Introduction of legislation to amend the tariff schedules of the United States to reclassify extracorporeal shock wave lithoripters, January, 1987.
  9. Introduction of legislation to temporarily suspend the duty on the chemical DCBS, January, 1987.
  10. Disallowance of pay increases for members of Congress, federal judges, and certain high level federal officials, January, 1987.
7 99

Statements on the Senate Floor January 6-January 29, 1987 

Scope and Contents note

  1. The Integrity in Post-Employment Act of 1987, January 6, 1987.
  2. Introduction of the Voluntary School Prayer Constitutional Amendments, January 6,1987.
  3. Introduction of the proposed 'Balanced Budget Constitutional Amendment', January 6, 1987.
  4. Introduction of resolution creating a new Senate rule for impeachment of convicted felons, January 6, 1987.
  5. Introduction of legislation to establish an intercircuit reference of the United States Courts of Appeal, January 6, 1987.
  6. Introduction of a resolution disapproving the recommendation of the President relating to rates of pay of certain officers and employees of the federal government, January 6, 1987.
  7. Recent trade deficit figures and textile legislation in the 100th Congress, January 6, 1987.
  8. On the Senate floor, reference introduction of criminal bills, January 6, 1987.
  9. Resolution to designate National Historically Black Colleges Week, January 16, 1987.
  10. Disallowance of pay increases for members of Congress, federal judges, and certain high level federal officials, January 28, 1987.
  11. In support of S.J. Res. 34, a resolution disapproving the recommendation of the President relating to rates of pay of certain officers and employees of the federal government, January 19, 1987.
7 100

Statements on the Senate Floor February, 1987-February 19, 1987 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Floor of the United States Senate, regarding a speech by South Carolina Farm Bureau President Harry Bell, February, 1987.
  2. Regarding the Strom Thurmond Institute White Paper on 'Paralysis in the United States Senate', February, 1987.
  3. S.J. Res. 75, 'National Podiatric Medicine Week', February, 1987.
  4. S.J. Res., 'National Foster Care Month', February, 1987.
  5. A tribute to Mr. Huger Sinkler of Charleston, South Carolina, February, 1987.
  6. On the floor of the United States Senate, regarding the Death of Rembert G. 'Red' Horton, February, 1987.
  7. A tribute to the late Mrs. Edith Stokes Tarver, February 3, 1987.
  8. Billboard Reform Amendment to the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1987, February 3, 1987.
  9. 'Buy America' Cement amendment to S. 185, Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1987, February 3, 1987.
  10. Veto override of Water Quality Act of 1987, February 4,1987.
  11. Introduction of a resolution reducing the pay increases of certain officers and employees of the federal government, February 4, 1987.
  12. Regarding the birthday of President Ronald Reagan, February 5, 1987.
  13. To introduce legislation for widows on military retirees, February 9, 1987.
  14. Introduction of a bill to establish the Veterans' Administration as an executive department, February 17, 1987.
  15. Inclusion in the record the transcript of the Scottish Rite Ceremony of November 17, 1986, February 19, 1987.
  16. Regarding the rescue of a drowning woman by Mr. Charles Page, February 19, 1987.
  17. Introduction of the Textile and Apparel Trade Act of 1987, February 19, 1987.
  18. On the floor of the United States Senate, regarding the death of Rembert G. 'Red' Horton, February 19, 1987.
7 101

Statements on the Senate Floor March, 1987-April 29, 1987 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Tribute to the late Senator from Nebraska, Edward Zorinsky, March, 1987.
  2. Introduction of the Older Americans Reauthorization Act of 1987, March, 1987.
  3. Introduction of Intellectual Property and Antitrust Package, March 3,1987.
  4. Introduction of a bill to provided for the use of musical works in syndicated television programs, March 9, 1987.
  5. In opposition to Senate Joint Resolution 81 to prevent the release of $40 million in military assistance to the democratic resistance forces in Nicaragua, March 18, 1987.
  6. Tribute to the late Alexander McQueen Quattlebaum of Georgetown, South Carolina, March 9, 1987.
  7. Unanimous consent request for a star print of S. 698, a bill to provide for the use of musical works in syndicated television programs, March 23, 1987.
  8. Regarding the inauguration of Dr. Harry McKinley Lightsey, Jr. as the eighteenth President of the College of Charleston, March 30, 1987.
  9. S. 477, the Homeless Veterans Assistance Act of 1987, March 31, 1987.
  10. Introduction of legislation to suspend the import duty for the chemical 'tab', April, 1987.
  11. The Chiles Budget Proposal for the 1988 Defense spending, April, 1987.
  12. Introduction of legislation to reauthorize Chapter 2 of the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act of 1981, April 2, 1987.
  13. Revised Chiles' Budget Plan, April 6, 1987.
  14. Floor statement by Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) on the ABM Treaty and the SDI Program, April 7, 1987.
  15. Introduction of legislation to honor Ronald E. McNair by naming the Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program under the Higher Education Act of 1965 as the 'Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program', April 8, 1987.
  16. Introduction of the 'Education Competitiveness and Improvement Act of 1987, April 9, 1987.
  17. Introduction of legislation expressing sense of the Senate of AIDS, April 9, 1987.
  18. On the floor of the United States Senate, Tribute to the late General Maxwell Taylor, April 21, 1987.
  19. Opposition to S. 778, Star Schools, April 23, 1987.
  20. Amendment to increase funding for education programs in the Senate Budget Resolution, S. Con. Res. 48, April 28, 1987.
  21. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond on the Senate floor reference a tribute to Professor George D. Haimbaugh, Jr., retiring professor at the University of South Carolina, April 29, 1987.
  22. The Chiles Budget Proposal for 1988 Defense spending, April 29, 1987.
7 102

Statements on the Senate Floor May, 1987-July 10, 1987 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Introduction of the 'Legal Fees Equity Act of 1987', May, 1987.
  2. On the floor of the United States Senate, regarding the retirement of Walter T. Cox, President Emeritus of Clemson University, May 4, 1987.
  3. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond on the Senate floor reference S. 12, the 'New GI Bill Continuation Act', May 8, 1987.
  4. Floor statement for Senator Strom Thurmond (R-SC) FY 1988-FY 1989 Defense Authorization Bill, May 13, 1987.
  5. H.R. 1846, Higher Education Technical Amendments of 1987, May 19, 1987.
  6. Regarding the death of Matt Locke, former Clemson University Student Body President and Page, May 18,1987.
  7. Regarding the retirement of Mr. Charles E. Lee, Director of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, June, 1987.
  8. S. 490, the Omnibus Trade Act of 1987, June, 1987.
  9. Statement regarding Soviet imports of textile and apparel products, June, 1987.
  10. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond on the Senate floor in reference FY 1987 Supplemental Appropriations Bill, June 2, 1987.
  11. Reference, S.2 the Campaign Finance Reform Act of 1987, June 5, 1987.
  12. Importance of geography, June 5, 1987.
  13. Omnibus Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Act of 1987, June 8, 1987.
  14. S. 422-amendments to the Semiconductor Chip Protection Act, June 18, 1987.
  15. In opposition to the Bumpers amendment, calling for a ninety day delay in the re-flagging of oil tankers owned by Kuwait, July 9, 1987.
  16. Article entitled 'Is Cabinet-level Status the Answer?' appearing in July 1987 of the Disabled American Veterans Magazine, July 9, 1987.
  17. Amendment number 464 to S. 1420, the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1987, July 10, 1987.
7 103

Statements on the Senate Floor July 14, 1987-October 7, 1986 

Scope and Contents note

  1. Fresh Peach Today, July 14, 1987.
  2. Windfall profits tax repeal amendment to Omnibus Trade Bill, July 14, 1987.
  3. Biden amendment to S. 1420, the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1987, July 14, 1987.
  4. Veterans article entitled 'Charlie Shouldn't Pass Unnoticed' appearing in July 12, 1987 edition of The State newspaper, July 14, 1987.
  5. Editorial in The State newspaper on July 11, 1987 entitled 'Permanent GI Bill', July 14, 1987.
  6. Senate Resolution 218, July 14, 1987.
  7. Grassley amendment on the Export Trading Company Act, July 15, 1987.
  8. S. 548, the Retiree Benefits Security Act of 1987, July 21, 1987.
  9. Final passage of S. 1417, the Development Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 1987, July 21, 1987.
  10. An amendment to S. 548 which lowers the income level for the purpose of excluding persons with higher income from the special treatment under Section 1114, July 23, 1987.
  11. In honor and memory of Commerce Secretary Malcolm Baldrige, July 29, 1987.
  12. Introduction of Senate Joint Resolution honoring General Draza Mihailovich, July 29, 1987.
  13. Statement regarding imports of cotton sheeting from the Soviet Union, August, 1987.
  14. S.999, Veterans' Employment, Training, and Counseling amendment of 1987, August 4, 1987.
  15. The introduction of the United States Claim Courts Improvement Act of 1987, August 5, 1987.
  16. Introduction of legislation to reauthorize the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act and the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act, August 7, 1987.
  17. Before the United States Senate on the Levin-Nunn amendment to the Defense Authorization Bill and its impact on the national security interests, August 7, 1987.
  18. Statement regarding Iranian imports, Soviet imports, and the Textile Bill, September, 1987.
  19. Introduction of legislation to clarify the tax treatment of Service Animal Expenses, September, 1987.
  20. In honor and memory of Mr. William Miles Hodge, Sr., Businessman and Civic Leader, September 24, 1987.
  21. Amendment to the Catastrophic Health Bill to delay implementation of unos requirement, October, 1987.
  22. In honor and memory of Mrs. Neil Lightsey, founding trustee of Baptist College of Charleston, South Carolina, October, 1987.
  23. Reference, tribute to Robert Richardson Coker, October, 1987.
  24. In honor and memory of Judge James A. Spruill, Jr., October, 1987.
  25. In opposition to passage of S. 1174, October 2, 1987.
  26. Talking Points for Senator Thurmond, Chafee Amnesty amendment, October 7, 1987.
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Statements on the Senate Floor October 13, 1987-December 1, 1987 

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  1. Regarding the nomination of Mr. C. William Verity to be the Secretary of Commerce, October 13, 1987. (2 copies)
  2. Reference, tribute to Clare Boothe Luce, October 14, 1987.
  3. Reference, tribute to Mr. Alfred M. Landon, politician and statesman, October 15, 1987.
  4. Concerning the motion to proceed to S. 1293, the Independent Counsel Reauthorization Act of 1987, October 16, 1987.
  5. S. 1464, Veterans' Administration Beneficiary Travel, Quality Assurance, and Readjustment Counseling Amendments of 1987, October 16, 1987.
  6. Reference, Murkowski amendment to S. 1464, regarding vet centers, October 16, 1987.
  7. Introduction of a bill to exempt religious schools from state unemployment tax, October 20, 1987.
  8. Final passage on Catastrophic Health Insurance legislation, S. 1127, October 27, 1987.
  9. Recognizing Senator John Warner on receiving the L. Mendel Rivers Award from the Non-Commissioned Officers' Association of the U.S.A., October 27, 1987.
  10. Statement by Senator Strom Thurmond on the Senate floor reference S. 1822, Federal Criminal Fines and Sentencing Act of 1987, October 28, 1987.
  11. Introduction of legislation to temporarily suspend the duties of MDBS and HBPA, November, 1987.
  12. Reference, tribute to Henry T. Busbee, Ex-city attorney for Aiken, South Carolina, Nov., 1987.
  13. Co-sponsorship of the amendment to designate the federal courthouse and post office in Charleston, South Carolina as the Ernest Frederick Hollings Charleston Judicial Building, November, 1987.
  14. The Freedom Fighter Assistance Act of 1987, November, 1987.
  15. Legislation to reauthorize the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act and the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act, S. 1663, November 2, 1987.
  16. S. 1293, a bill to reauthorize the independent counsel statute, November 3, 1987.
  17. Reference, tribute to Robert W. Shellhouse of Aiken, South Carolina, November 3, 1987.
  18. S. 422-amendments to the Semiconductor Chip Protection Act, November 4, 1987.
  19. Adams amendment to H.R. 2700 and Water Appropriations Bills, which incorporates S. 1668, Nuclear Waste Policy Act Amendments Act of 1987, November 4, 1987.
  20. Regarding National Conference on Alcohol
  21. Abuse, November 13, 1987.
  22. Final passed of the Senate Energy and Water Appropriations Measure, November 18, 1987.
  23. Reference, Bicentennial Project-World War and I, November 20, 1987.
  24. Introduction of a Senate Joint Resolution designating the month of December 1987 as 'Made in the USA Month', December, 1987.
  25. The Textile and Apparel Trade Agreement with the Soviet Union, December, 1987.
  26. Introduction of 'Crime Victim Week', December, 1987.
  27. Vote on the 'Elementary and Secondary Education Programs Reauthorization Act of 1987', and S. 373, December 1, 1987.
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Statements on the Senate Floor December 3, 1987-December 18, 1987 

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  1. Deconcini Drug Testing amendment to S.9, Omnibus Veterans Benefits and Services Act of 1987, December 3, 1987.
  2. Legislation to prohibit the manufacture, importation, distribution, and possession of undetectable firearms, December 3, 1987.
  3. Regarding the Ramp Program, December 3, 1987.
  4. Regarding final passage of H.R. 3030, the Farm Credit Act Amendments of 1987, December 4, 1987.
  5. Passage of S. 9, Omnibus Veterans Benefit and Services Act of 1987, December 4, 1987.
  6. Reference, tribute to Kathleen 'Kent' Thornton, December 8, 1987.
  7. On the Senate floor reference the departure of Mr. Ray Anderson Barnhart as Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration, December 9, 1987.
  8. Impact of S. 1894, Clean Air Act of the Textile Industry, December 17, 1987.
  9. Introduction of the Criminal Justice Reform Act of 1987, December 18, 1987.
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Telephone Conversations circa 1987-March 12, 1987 

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  1. With Deputy Attorney General Arnold Burns reference Regional Bankruptcy Trustee Office, (633-2101), 1987.
  2. With Mr. Clark Durant, Chairman, Board of Directors, Legal Services Corporation, concerning recommendation for Rick Valentine to be next President of the Legal Services Corporation, (313/961-6800), January, 1987.
  3. With Secretary of the Nay Pyatt concerning the overhaul of SSBN 624, (692-2202), January, 1987.
  4. With Constance Horner, Director of OPM, concerning former employee, Jim Ney, and his problems with disabilities, (632-6106), January, 1987.
  5. Telephone memo call to Mrs. Richard Darmon, Deputy Secretary of Treasury, (202/566-2000), January, 1987.
  6. With Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition Richard Godwin regarding Weapons Support Improvement Group, (697-9111), January, 1987.
  7. With Lee Thomas, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, concerning employment for Lindsay Moore, (382-4700), January, 1987.
  8. With Dr. William Narva reference Mr. Donald Anderson, [(301/496-6825)], January 6, 1987.
  9. With Assistant Secretary Taft regarding the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), (695-6352), January 7, 1987.
  10. With Robert Dawson, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) reference release of funds for Pinopolis Dam seismic improvement, (697-8986), January 6, 1987.
  11. With T. F. 'Buzzy' Finklea, Mayor of Latta, and Mr. Frank R. Ellerbe, Director of Dillion County Development Board, reference EDA grant, (803-752-5602, 803-752-5017, 803/774-6030), January 9, 1987.
  12. With Mayor Joe Savitz, Jr. of Abbeville regarding the approval of a community facility loan, (803/459-2165), January 9, 1987.
  13. With Mr. Jeb Bush, Secretary-Designate for the Florida Department of Commerce, (305/536-9722), January 12, 1987.
  14. With Mr. Donald Quigg, Commissioner of Patent and Copyrights, reference the patent application of Mr. Charles Brown, (557-3071), January 12, 1987.
  15. With Mr. Charles Brown regarding patent application, (803/649-5010), January 12, 1987.
  16. With Robert H. Tuttle, Office of Presidential Personnel, (456-7060), January 12, 1987.
  17. With Honorable Faith R. Whittlesey, United States Ambassador to Switerland, regarding visa application for Mr. Rolf Hans Strobel, (013/437011), January 17, 1987.
  18. With Mayor Joe Riley and Representative Clyde Dangerfield, concerning the James Island Expressway, January 20, 1987.
  19. Telephone conversation between Senator StromThurmond (R-SC) and Mr. Charles Heatherly, acting Administrator of the Small Business Administration, regarding South Carolina's request for an SBA Disaster Declaration, (653-6678), January 20, 1987.
  20. With Mr. Gordon Smith, President of Lockheed Aircraft Service, reference Lockheed's plans for future plant expansion, (714/988-2357), January 20, 1987.
  21. Statement by Senator Thurmond (R-SC) regarding a test program to require military dependants and retirees to begin paying for out-patient health care, January 20, 1987.
  22. With Mr. Gordon Smith, President of Lockheed Aircraft Service, reference Lockheed's plans for future plant expansion, (714/988-2357), January 20, 1987.
  23. With Mr. Tom Demery, Federal Housing Administration, reference Columbia HODAG, (755-6600), January 21, 1987.
  24. With Mr. Tom Demery, Federal Housing Administration, reference Columbia HODAG, (755-6600), January 21, 1987.
  25. With Mayor Patton Adams regarding Columbia HODAG project, January 21, 1987.
  26. With Mr. Edward Ray Patterson, Chairman of the Piedmont Rural Water Company, concerning a Farmers Home Administration Loan, (803/472-8229), January 26, 1987.
  27. With Mr. Edward Ray Patterson, Chairman of the Piedmont Rural Water Company, concerning a Farmers Home Administration Loan, (803/472-8229), January 26, 1987.
  28. With Ms. Esther Rahming, acting District Director of the Office of Workers' Compensation Programs in Jacksonville, Florida, regarding the compensation case of Mr. Glenn E. McRea, (904/791-2431), January 27, 1987.
  29. Memorandum to Senator Thurmond from Lee Mikell re: EPA emission control which will be discussed in you 4:00 meeting with the South Carolina Petroleum Marketers, January 28, 1987.
  30. With Governor Carroll Campbell regarding the approval of South Carolina's request of an SBA disaster declaration, (803/734-9818), January 28, 1987.
  31. With Mr. Robert Krieger, Vice-President of the Krieger Corporations regarding the Non-immigration visa application of Rolf Hans Strobel, (803/834-8081), January 28, 1987.
  32. With Mr. Charles Collier, Administrator, Charlotte Rehabilitation Hospital, (704/338-4300), January 29, 1987.
  33. With Mayor Franklin Goodwin of Santee regarding EDA grant, (803/854-2152), January 30, 1987.
  34. With Mr. Erich Bloch, Executive Director of the National Science Foundation, regarding
  35. University of South Carolina at Aiken grant proposal, (357-7748), January 30, 1987.
  36. With Mr. Norris McFarlane, President of the Macalloy Corporation, (803/722-8355), February 3, 1987.
  37. With Mr. H.P. Goldfield, to express support for Mr. James H. Babb to be Deputy Assistant Secretary for Textiles and Apparel, (377-1461), February 6, 1987.
  38. Meeting between Senator Strom Thurmond and Robert H. Tuttle, Office of Presidential Personnel, regarding Mr. Bill Clark to be Assistant Secretary for the Department of Defense, (456-7060), February 6, 1987.
  39. With Mr. Ralph Klopfenstein, Deputy Administrator for Commodity Programs, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, regarding Georgetown Manufacturer and Warehouse Company, (447-3217), February 9, 1987.
  40. With Margaret Gambel concerning her appointment to the National Advisory Board on International Education, (803/777-6868 or 803/427-3681), February 9, 1987.
  41. With Assistant Secretary for Health, Robert Windom, regarding a National Health Service Corps Physician for Lake View, South Carolina, (245-7694), February 12, 1987.
  42. With Ms. Martha Crawford concerning her approval to become Small Business Administration 8(A) Contractor (803/782-8101), February 18, 1987.
  43. With Rear Admiral Ed Hogan concerning Morrell Thomas for OCS, February 20, 1987.
  44. With Rear Admiral Ed Hogan concerning Morrell Thomas for OCS, (697-7146), February 20, 1987.
  45. With Highway Conferee Senator Robert Stafford reference Toll Financing Provision in Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1987, (224-5141), February 26, 1987.
  46. With Mr. Tom Demery, Assistant Secretary and Commissioner of the Federal Housing Administration regarding moderate rehabilitation units for North Charleston, (755-6600), February 26, 1987.
  47. With Mr. Don Docksai, Assistant Secretary of Congressional Affairs, HHS, regarding the Cherokee Memorial Hospital, (245-7627), March 10, 1987.
  48. With Mr. Dan Peck, Plant Manager of the Orangeburg Hughes Aircraft Facility, (803/531-2206), March 12, 1987.
  49. Telephone call to John Hager, the American Tobacco Company (804/751-2100), March 12, 1987.
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Telephone Conversations March 16, 1987-July 14, 1987 

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  1. With Mr. Robert I. Brauer, Assistant Commissioner for exempt organizations, IRS, regarding South Carolina Research Authority application, (566-3171), March 16, 1987.
  2. With Governor of Virginia, Gerald L. Baliles regarding House Bill no. 1474, (803/786-2211), March 16, 1987.
  3. With Dr. Charles 'Buddy' Karelis, Director of the Fund for the Improvement of Post-secondary Education (FIPSE) at the Department of Education, regarding Tri-County Technical College grant application, (245-8091), March 16, 1987.
  4. With Brigadier General Michael Kirby, Air Force Liaison concerning OTS for Mark Calfee, (697-8153), March 19, 1987.
  5. With Ronald Carter of South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism reference expiration of rescission and release of funds, (803/758-2755), March 19, 1987.
  6. With Brigadier General Michael Kirby, Air Force Liaison concerning OTS for Mark Calfee, (697-8153), March 19, 1987.
  7. With Mr. Orson Swindle, Director of the Economic Development Administration, regarding a request for funding from the South Carolina Department of Agriculture, (377-5081), March 19, 1987.
  8. With Mr. Dwayne Peterson, acting Regional Administrator, Immigration and Naturalization Services, Dallas, Texas, (214/767-6030), March 20, 1987.
  9. With Secretary of the Air Force, Pete Aldridge, regarding C-130 Contract, (697-7376), April 2, 1987.
  10. With Mr. Stanley Morris, Executive Director of the United States Marshals Service reference Mr. Nathan Jones, (285-1100), April 2, 1987.
  11. With Mr. George Vereen, Chairman of the Board of the Grant Strand Water and Sewer Authority, regarding approval of a Farmers Home Administration grant and loan for Longs and Bucksport communities, (803/249-1312), April 6, 1987.
  12. With Mr. W.W. 'Hootie' Johnson, Chairman of the South Carolina Research Authority, (803/788-2785), April 6, 1987.
  13. With Mr. Authur Flowers, Jr., Chairman of the Georgetown Water and Sewer Authority, regarding approval of a Farmers Home Administration Loan, (803/546-6102), April 14, 1987.
  14. With Mr. Jack Steadman, Superintendent of Bamberg School District 1, regarding approval of a Farmers Administration Loan, (803/245-2658), May 1, 1987.
  15. With Colonel Foerster, Chief of Staff to General Scott, Superintendent of the Air Force Academy concerning Appointment for Shannon Shine, (303/472-4140), May 1, 1987.
  16. With Mr. Tom Ragsdale reference Thailand tobacco monopoly, (3-394-8567), May 4, 1987.
  17. With Dr. Ron Docksai, Assistant Secretary for Legislation, HHS, regarding Cherokee County Memorial Hospital, (245-7627), May 11, 1987.
  18. With Captain M. J. O'Brien, Chief of Staff of seventh coast guard district, reference the Wapoo Cut Drawbridge, (305/536-5654), May 12, 1987.
  19. With James F. Goodrich, under Secretary of the Navy, reference P-3 maintenance contract, (695-3141), May 12, 1987.
  20. With Mr. Edwin J. Gray, Chairman of the Feder