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|Jul 12, 1976||Democratic Party Platforms||1976 Democratic Party Platform|
|Jul 20, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks at the Swearing In of Shirley Temple Black as Chief of Protocol for the State Department.
training in the various areas of diplomacy, plus your long experience …
|Jul 27, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Toasts of the President and Prime Minister J. Malcolm Fraser of Australia
indispensable in supporting the diplomacy and negotiation essential …
|Aug 18, 1976||Republican Party Platforms||Republican Party Platform of 1976|
|Aug 19, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks in Kansas City Upon Accepting the 1976 Republican Presidential Nomination
as a pawn in international diplomacy. There will be no embargoes …
|Aug 20, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks at a Picnic Honoring Senator Robert Dole in Russell, Kansas
farmer a pawn in international diplomacy. Then one final comment--two …
|Aug 23, 1976||Jimmy Carter||
Interview with Pierre Salinger for L'Express of Paris and Free Radio-Television
and Ford, because American diplomacy has no other choices. What …
|Sep 09, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks at the B'nai B'rith Biennial Convention
campaign, together with careful diplomacy and the efforts of individual …
|Sep 24, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks on Diplomatic Negotiations in Southern Africa.
the skillful and energetic diplomacy that we have pursued. We …
|Sep 25, 1976||Jimmy Carter||
Remarks on Nuclear Weapons Proliferation in San Diego, California
faint footprints of secret diplomacy, and official acquiescence … Kissinger began his briefcase diplomacy only after these two countries …
|Oct 06, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||Presidential Campaign Debate|
|Oct 10, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Statement on Signing the International Terrorism Prevention Bill.
the important burdens of diplomacy. Last summer, we were grieved …
|Oct 15, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks at Iowa State University in Ames
as a pawn in international diplomacy. Today, I repeat that statement …
|Oct 19, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks Upon Receiving the Golden Helmet Award From the American Veterans of World War II
forceful leader in international diplomacy today. And today, the pendulum … understand international diplomacy. If the day ever comes when …
|Oct 26, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Members of the Pittsburgh Economic Club in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
collective hard work skillful diplomacy, and I am very, very proud … our approaches to East-West diplomacy. The alliance in Europe has … strong alliances, and strong diplomacy. In place of a strong defense …
|Oct 28, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Radio Address on Peace
strength, and our skillful diplomacy. I am very proud of what …
|Nov 01, 1976||Jimmy Carter||Interview with "Playboy" Magazine|
|Jan 13, 1977||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks Upon Presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Henry A. Kissinger
principal architect of America's diplomacy under two Presidents, he …
|Feb 03, 1977||Jimmy Carter||
Presidential Advisory Board on Ambassadorial Appointments Announcement of Formation and Membership of the Board.
education to government and diplomacy, will examine the qualifications …
|Feb 10, 1977||Jimmy Carter||
Letter to Representative Frank Thompson, Jr. on Issues Important in the 1976 Presidential Campaign
affairs. The people were sick of diplomacy carried out in secret, often …
|Feb 18, 1977||Jimmy Carter||
Democratic National Committee - Remarks at a Breakfast Meeting of the Executive Finance Committee
business or the professions or diplomacy, but whose innate commitments …
|Mar 21, 1977||Jimmy Carter||
Toasts of the President and Prime Minister Fukuda of Japan at a Working Dinner for the Prime Minister
standard in international diplomacy, a search for peace, proper … has said; that's the "duck" diplomacy--everything is very calm …
|Apr 14, 1977||Jimmy Carter||
Organization of American States Address Before the Permanent Council.
challenge traditional concepts of diplomacy. For the well-being of our …
|May 02, 1977||Jimmy Carter||
European Broadcast Journalists Question-and-Answer Session.
you were going to bring to diplomacy. And I wonder now, 3 months …
|Jun 28, 1977||Jimmy Carter||
Toasts of the President and President Perez at a Dinner Honoring the Venezuelan President
genuflecting accents of the decayed diplomacy of half words and euphemisms …