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|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 12, 1976||Democratic Party Platforms||1976 Democratic Party Platform|
|Jun 23, 1976||Jimmy Carter||
Address at a Luncheon of the Foreign Policy Association in New York City
as we do away with one-man diplomacy, we must once again use our …
|Jun 22, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks in Indianapolis at the Annual Convention of the United States Jaycees
negotiations and constructive diplomacy, we are seeking to reduce …
|Jun 16, 1976||Jimmy Carter||Platform Proposals to the Platform Committee of the Democratic Party Meeting in New York City|
|Jun 06, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks in Cleveland at the National Awards Dinner of the National Conference of Christians and Jews
to use that strength, with diplomacy, to build a better world … conduct an imaginative, bold diplomacy that shows creative American …
|Jun 03, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters Following a Meeting on General Revenue Sharing.
those problems by skillful diplomacy, and that was the purpose …
|May 24, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks to Members of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce and the San Diego Council of the Navy League
our efforts in defense, in diplomacy, and economic stability …
|May 13, 1976||Jimmy Carter||Address to the Conference on Nuclear Energy at the United Nations in New York City|
|Apr 10, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session at the Annual Convention of the Texas Grain and Feed Association in El Paso.
as a pawn in international diplomacy. Now, I know there are people …
|Mar 29, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks Upon Presenting the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service
contribution to American diplomacy and Atlantic unity that will … analysis, the success of our diplomacy for peace depends upon our … opportunities for confident diplomacy. To diffuse powder kegs such …
|Mar 15, 1976||Jimmy Carter||
Remarks to the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations
the traditional channels of diplomacy. Fourth, our policies should … should make multilateral diplomacy a major part of our efforts …
|Mar 13, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session in Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
in the history of American diplomacy. But you could go down a …
|Jan 30, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Members of the Radio-Television News Directors Association.
using agripower in the world diplomacy. If that is so, how would …
|Jan 05, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks at the Annual Convention of the American Farm Bureau Federation in St. Louis.
The linkage of grain [with] diplomacy would mean disruption and …
|Dec 07, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Address at the University of Hawaii
own national resilience and diplomacy. We must continue to assist …
|Dec 06, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks on Arrival at Manila, the Philippines
set the course of American diplomacy in a world of change, disruptive …
|Nov 29, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks on Arrival at Fairbanks, Alaska
in the Lower 48. Worldwide diplomacy would not be credible without …
|Aug 19, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Address in Minneapolis Before the Annual Convention of the American Legion.
language, the classic language of diplomacy. But I wish there were one …
|Jun 25, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
The President's News Conference
a return to step-by-step diplomacy or a move to Geneva? THE … of Geneva or more shuttle diplomacy? THE PRESIDENT. The options …
|Jun 16, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Toasts of the President and President Scheel of the Federal Republic of Germany
democratic government and creative diplomacy. This tradition, Mr. President …
|Jun 02, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Exchange With Reporters Following a Meeting With President Sadat of Egypt
would involve step-by-step diplomacy? And two, did you discuss …
|May 28, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks on Departure for Europe
it's energy, the economy, diplomacy, security. And of course …
|May 06, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
The President's News Conference
people--in terms of secret diplomacy and fighting a land war in …
|May 03, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks at the U.S.S. Nimitz Commissioning Ceremony in Norfolk, Virginia.
mission is one of defense, diplomacy, or humanity, the Nimitz …