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Sep 27, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks by the Vice President, Hospital Baseball Field, West Memphis, AR
must see that as far as our diplomacy is concerned. we never make …
Sep 28, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of Vice President Nixon, Mid-Island Plaza Shopping Center, Hicksville, NY
got to have a firm, strong diplomacy. Firm without being belligerent …
Sep 29, 1960 Dwight D. Eisenhower Address in Chicago at the 1960 Victory Fund Dinner Rally
relations, and person-to-person diplomacy. In important functions in … in the affairs of modern diplomacy, to continue and enlarge …
Sep 29, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks by the Vice President, Merrimack Common, Manchester, NH
economic power. I should mention diplomacy. What kind ofdiplomacy do we need? It must be firmdiplomacy. It must be nonbelligerent …
Sep 29, 1960 John F. Kennedy Speech of Senator John F. Kennedy, Democratic Fund-Raising Dinner, Syracuse, NY - (Advance Release Text)
this country - our arms, our diplomacy, our economy and our sense …
Sep 29, 1960 John F. Kennedy Speech by Senator John F. Kennedy at a Democratic Fund-Raising Dinner in Syracuse, NY
provide for our arms and diplomacy the kind of foresight that …
Sep 30, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks by the Vice President, Municipal Auditorium, Bangor, ME
What else do we need We need diplomacy that is firm, without being … without being belligerent, diplomacy that will always go the extra … negotiating to reduce tensions, but diplomacy that will never be taken …
Oct 01, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of the Vice President, Memorial Hall, Canton, OH
need, also, strength in our diplomacy. By strength indiplomacy, as I mentioned a moment …
Oct 03, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Speech by the Vice President, Coliseum, Charlotte, NC
you that in the field of diplomacy we will see to it that America …
Oct 04, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks of the Vice President, Winfield Scott Hotel, Elizabeth, NJ
and free. We will have our diplomacy firm, but without belligerence …
Oct 05, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of the Vice President at Fordham University, Bronx Gym, Bronx, NY
must be firm, always, in its diplomacy. We must always be willing … We've got to have a firm diplomacy, as I have indicated. But …
Oct 05, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of the Remarks of the Vice President in the Garment District, New York, NY
essential that we keep firm diplomacy. Oh, it would be much easier … you we will be firm in our diplomacy. We will be fair, but we …
Oct 05, 1960 Richard Nixon Speech of the Vice President, Convention Hall, Philadelphia, PA
country great. We will keep the diplomacy of this country firm, without …
Oct 06, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Speech by the Vice President, Public Hall, Cleveland, OH
us. Third, we will keep the diplomacy of this country firm, but …
Oct 06, 1960 Richard Nixon Excerpts of Remarks by the Vice President, War Memorial Square, Nashville, TN
strong. It means keeping our diplomacy firm, but without being belligerent …
Oct 08, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks by the Vice President, Mary E. Sawyer Auditorium, La Crosse, WI
to it that this country's diplomacy will be firm, without being …
Oct 08, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of the Remarks of the Vice President, Airport, Rochester, MN
direction. We will keep the diplomacy of this country firm and …
Oct 10, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks by the Vice President, Northern Hotel, Street Crowd, Billings, MT
going to see to it that the diplomacy of this country is firm …
Oct 10, 1960 Richard Nixon Speech of the Vice President, Mormon Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, UT
traditional custom of Old World diplomacy or New Worlddiplomacy, for that matter, outside … we also have to have wise diplomacy, and that means againdiplomacy that is geared to the conduct …
Oct 11, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of Vice President Nixon, Civic Auditorium, Albuquerque, NM
Oct 11, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of the Remarks of the Vice President, Lockheed Airport, Burbank, CA
will couple it with a firm diplomacy. We will always go the extra …
Oct 11, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks of the Vice President, West Gate Park, San Diego, CA
policy, you cannot conduct your diplomacy in the same way you conduct … struggle if we don't have the diplomacy, the wisdom, in the high … moving. We must see that our diplomacy is firm, without being belligerent …
Oct 12, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of the Vice President, All States Picnic, Long Beach, CA
do we need? We need a firm diplomacy. What do I mean by that … more important than firm diplomacy and what is more important …
Oct 12, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks of the Vice President, Knott's Berry Farm, Long Beach, CA
no rules of international diplomacy whatever, respecting none … addition, my friends, we need the diplomacy that is just as strong to … with it. What do I mean by diplomacy? This is what happens in …
Oct 14, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of the Remarks of the Vice President, City Hall, Beverly Hills, CA
very good in international diplomacy, and President Eisenhower …