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|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 …
|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 28, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks on Departure for Europe
it's energy, the economy, diplomacy, security. And of course …
|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 …
|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 …
|Oct 06, 1976||Gerald R. Ford||Presidential Campaign Debate|
|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 …
|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 …
|Apr 19, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Toasts of the President and President Kenneth D. Kaunda of Zambia
deeply believe that patient diplomacy will bear great fruit, and …
|Dec 14, 1974||Gerald R. Ford||
Toasts of the President and President Giscard d'Estaing of France at a Dinner in Martinique
remarkable efforts of American diplomacy and the useful progress it …
|Sep 19, 1974||Gerald R. Ford||
Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on United States Participation in the United Nations.
Nations, combined with bilateral diplomacy, are still crucial to promoting …
|May 06, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
The President's News Conference
people--in terms of secret diplomacy and fighting a land war in …
|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 …
|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 …
|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 …
|Mar 21, 1972||Richard Nixon||
Statement About the Drug Abuse office and Treatment Act of 1972
enforcement, international diplomacy, and intelligence gathering--related …
|Oct 01, 1973||Richard Nixon||
Statement on Signing the Domestic Volunteer Service Act of 1973.
role in people-to-people diplomacy …
|May 22, 1973||Richard Nixon||
Statements About the Watergate Investigations.
These involved highly secret diplomacy. They were closely interrelated …
|Dec 15, 1973||Richard Nixon||
Statement on Signing the Emergency Daylight Saving Time Energy Conservation Act of 1973.
research, new technology, diplomacy, or exploration. I am delighted …
|Nov 02, 1972||Richard Nixon||
Address to the Nation: "Look to the Future."
world live. Our vigorous diplomacy has advanced the prospects …
|Mar 29, 1973||Richard Nixon||
Address to the Nation About Vietnam and Domestic Problems
unbreakable rule of international diplomacy. You can't get something …
|Mar 10, 1972||Richard Nixon||
Proclamation 4115—National Week of Concern for Americans Who Are Prisoners of War or Missing in Action
has spared no effort—by diplomacy, by negotiation, by every …
|Feb 07, 1972||Richard Nixon||
Statement About the Death of Ambassador Llewellyn E. Thompson
consummate skill in the arts of diplomacy. I was particularly indebted …
|Jan 29, 1973||Richard Nixon||
Annual Budget Message to the Congress, Fiscal Year 1974
preserved only through patient diplomacy and negotiation supported …
|Feb 04, 1974||Richard Nixon||
Annual Budget Message to the Congress, Fiscal Year 1975.
requires patient and skillful diplomacy. To be effective, statesmanship …