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                                           Peace Newsletter: Index (1936-1960)

A                                                                      "European Allies," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2
A-bomb. See atomic bomb                                                [clothing donations], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 2
Abson, Melvin                                                          [housing for Japanese Americans], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1
  [prayer for peace], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1                          [India], No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1
ACLU                                                                   "New Clothing Depot Opens," No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 1
  [on the national scene], No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 1                      "If We Could See," No. 105 (May 1946); 1
  "Fashion Show," No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 2                               "Gifts that Grow," No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1
  ["Subversive Activities Control Act"], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2        "Hands Across the Seas," No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 2
  [AFSC conference cancellation], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1               [film by], No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2
  [on wiretapping], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 2                             [receives Nobel Peace Prize], No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1
Adams, Rita                                                            [China], No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 1
  "No Armistice Nov. 1951," No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 1                     [conscription], No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1
adoption                                                               "Public Meetings," No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 1
  [and religion], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2                               [conference cancellation], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1
advertising                                                            "State Round-Up," No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1
  "Radio Advertising...", No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 2                       [Toyman Heights Friends Meeting], No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2
  "No Change Occurrrence," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 3                      [Westbury Monthly Meeting], No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1
Afghanistan                                                            [meets with NYSPC], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 2
  [Soviet airfields in], No. 182 (Feb. 1954); 2                        ["Round-Up"], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 1, No. 209 (Nov. 1956); 1
AFL                                                                    [what you can do for peace], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 1
  "Slave Labor Law," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                              [peace in the Middle East], No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 1
Africa                                                                 [Whitney accepts National Peace Education Program
  [clothing donations], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 2, No. 81 (Jan. 1944);             directorship], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1
         1, No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 2                                      [Syracuse Meeting], No. 215 (May 1957); 3
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1                    [affiliation with NYSPC], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2
  "Land of the Free," No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 2                           [advertisement in the NYT], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1                    ["Round-Up"], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1
  [France], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 2                                     [docu-drama by], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2
  "As It Looks to Africa," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2                      "Notes on Community Peace Education"/["Round-Up"], No.
  "West African Tour," No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 2                                  240 (Dec. 1959); 3, No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 3
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 2                   AFSC -- Mid-Winter Institute of International Relations
  "Issues on Foreign Aid," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1                      [attendance], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2                     [value of], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2
  "African Nationalism," No. 245 (May 1960); 1, No. 246 (Jun.          [report], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
         1960); 4                                                      "Echoes From the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
  [UN General Assembly/U.S aid pledged], No. 248 (Oct. 1960);          [agenda], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1
         1                                                             [report], No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1
  "Khruschev at the UN," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1                        "Echoes of the Institute," No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
  See also name of country                                             "A World in Revolt," No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 1
African Americans                                                      "For Those Who Couldn't Come," No. 163 (Mar. 1952); 1
  "Peacher Pinched!", No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1                            "15 Institute 1955," No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1
  "Another Pearl Harbor," No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                        "16th," No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1
  [and the Jewish experience/lynching], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1          "Capsule Form," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 2
  [in Detroit], No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 2, No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 1         [report], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
  "It Can Be Done!", No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 2                             "Highlights from the 20th...", No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1
  [poll taxes/segregation of U.S. blood supply], No. 76a (Jul.       AFSC -- New York State Institute of International Relations
         1943); 1                                                      "We Point With Pride," No. 56b (Aug. 1941); 1
  "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2             "Echoes of the Institute," No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 2, No. 76b (Aug.
  [U.S. blood supply], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2, No. 78 (Oct. 1943);              1943); 2
         2                                                             [4th annual], No. 86a (Jul. 1944); 1, No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1
  [children/poll taxes], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1                         "Is the World Big Enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug.
  "Kill the Poll Tax," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1                                   1949); 1
  "Equality," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2                                    [reports], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1, No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1
  "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1                   "Twenty-Sixth Annual Institute...", No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1
  [U.S. blood supply/poll taxes], No. 85 (May 1944); 1                 "Institute Echoes," No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1
  [U.S. blood supply], No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2                         agriculture
  [as conscientious objectors], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                 [sharecropping], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2
  "The 'Voice' of America," No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 2                     [corn surplus/sugar rationing], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2
  [Coney Island Amusement Park], No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1               [sugar rationing], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1
  "Light in Darkness," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1                          [corn surplus/sugar rationing], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
  "Exchange Students," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1                          [sugar rationing], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1
  [voting rights], No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 2                              "Freeze the Army," No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 2
  See also civil rights                                                "Less Food," No. 75 (May 1943); 1
AFSC                                                                   [food production], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1
  [Emergency Peace Campaign (EPC)], No. 5 (May 1936); 1,               [in the post-war world], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1
         No. 9 (Nov. 1936); 1, No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1, No. 13 (Mar.     [in Europe and China], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1, 2
         1937); 1                                                      [seeds to Finland], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1
  "Child Feeding Mission in Spain," No. 25 (May 1938); 1               [dumping of U.S. potato crop], No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 2
  "A Statement From the Executive Committee of the Council,"           "Grapes of Wrath," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1
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  [price supports], No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 2                             [segregation of the blood supply], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1, No.
  [dumping of U.S. potato crop], No. 143 (Mar. 1950); 2                       77 (Sep. 1943); 2, No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 2, No. 85 (May
  [National Farmers Union], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2                            1944); 1, No. 91 (Jan 1945); 2
  [dumping of U.S. apple crop], No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 2                 [flooding in the Northeast], No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 2
  ["Tanks or Tractors" program], No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1, No. 182     American Veterans Committee
         (Feb. 1954); 1                                                [conscription], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 2
  [food surplus], No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1                               [loyalty oaths], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1
  [Soviet farmers to visit U.S.], No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1            Americans for Democratic Action
  "New Era in Russia," No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 1                          [loyalty oaths], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1
  [food surplus], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 1                             Ameringer, Oscar
  [UK milk ban], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2                                [on war], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                   Anaconda Tire and Cable Company
  "Food for Peace," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2                             "Punishment To Fit the Crime," No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2
  See also food and nutrition                                        Anglo-Arabian Oil Pact
aircraft industry                                                      "What are We Fighting For?", No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2
  "Vultee Sacrifice," No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2                          anniversaries and celebrations
  "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                    [World War I], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1, No. 5 (May 1936); 1
Alabama                                                                [SPC birthday celebration], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1
  "White Supremacy," No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 1                            "Peace Day in Syracuse," No. 25 (May 1938); 2
Albany Peace Council                                                   [World War I], No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 2
  "News on the State Front," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1                    [World Government Day], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2
  "What Others Are Doing," No. 208 (Oct. 1956); 1                      [SPC 7th anniversary], No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 1
  "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 240 (Dec.                  [SPC 10th anniversary], No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 1, No. 101 (Jan.
         1959); 3                                                             1946); 1
Albion (NY)                                                            "Hiroshima," No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1
  "In Other Communities," No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                       [SPC 12th anniversary], No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1
  "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                        [World Government Week], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1
Alfred University                                                      [Hiroshima/invasion of Poland], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1
  "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 240 (Dec.                  [Hiroshima and Nagasaki], No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 1
         1959); 3                                                      [World Day of Prayer], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 1
Algeria                                                                [SPC 15th anniversary], No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 1, No. 152 (Feb.
  "La Misere," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2                                         1951); 1
  [and France], No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 1                                 [SPC 16th anniversary], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
All-Women's Peace Council                                              [SPC 18th anniversary], No. 181 (Jan. 1954); 1
  [meeting of], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1                                  [SPC 20th anniversary], No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 1
aluminum industry                                                    anti-Semitism
  "Pots and Pans," No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 2                               "It Can Happen Here!", No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1
American Association of University Professors (AAUP)                   "Is it Happening Here?", No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2
  [NYS "Bill to Ban Red Teachers"], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1, No.        "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2
         134 (Apr. 1949); 1                                          Anti-War Mobilization
American Bar Association                                               "National Anti-War Mobilization," No. 46 (Jun. 1940); 1
  [civil defense], No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1                            apartheid
  [world court], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4                                [in South Africa], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1, No. 164 (Mar. 1952);
American Evaluation Commission                                                2, No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 2, No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1, No.
  "British Observation on Bikini Island," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 1              189 (Nov. 1954); 2, No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1, No. 226
American Expeditionary Force (AEF)                                            (Jun. 1958); 1, No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2
  "'No A.E.F.' We Say," No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1                       Appleton, Peter
American Jewish Congress                                               "The Other Time" (poem), No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 2
  ["Subversive Activities Control Act"], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2      Arab countries
American Legion                                                        "Freedom for All," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2
  "Friends of Democracy," No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2                        "What are We Fighting For?", No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2
  "Rank and File," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2                               "Hope is Not Dead," No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  "Worship," No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1                                     [music donations for], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2
  "Church and State," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2                            [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1
  "Witches' Cauldron Here at Home," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2              See also name of country
  [conscription], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1, No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 2,     Arab-Israeli relations
         No. 91 (Jan 1945); 1, No. 95 (May 1945); 1, No. 96a (Jul.     [Palestine], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1, No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1,
         1945); 1, No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 2, No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 1,            No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1
         No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 1, No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 2                [border patrols], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1
  "UMTimetable," No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2                                [Egypt and Palestine], No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 1
  "U.M.T. is a Political Issue," No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 2                [plans for peace], No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 1
  [conscription], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1                               "Middle East Issues," No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
  [UNESCO], No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 2                                   Arctic Regions
  [U.S. defenses], No. 192 (Feb. 1955); 2                              "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
  [summer camps], No. 218 (Oct. 1957); 2                             Argentina
American Red Cross                                                     [corn and sugar], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
  "A Pinch of Salt," No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2
  "And While the Fight Goes on They Starve," No. 71 (Jan.
         1943); 1                                                    Arkansas
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  [riot against Jehovah's Witnesses], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2           [Hiroshima], No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 1
armaments and munitions. See U.S. national defense                    [role of UN], No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 2
arms race                                                             [Hiroshima and Nagasaki], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1
  "Retrospect," No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1                                "Reverse Editors," No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1
  "The Thesis," No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1                                [military control of/scientists on], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 2
  "Who's Nervous When?", No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1                       [Einstein on], No. 106 (Jun. 1946); 1
  [Omar Bradley on], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 1                           "What Are the Wild Waves Saying?", No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
  "Russian Roulette," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2                          [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1
  [editorial on], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 2                             [Bikini Island/atomic peace], No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 1
  "Military Posture," No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 2                          "Bull," No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1
  [Christian thinkers on], No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1                     "More About Wallace," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2
  See also disarmament; nuclear weapons                               "The Infantry Journal Says," No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 1
Arnold & Constable                                                    "Quiz Kids," No. 115 (May 1947); 2
  [selling and displaying of war toys], No. 19 (Nov. 1937); 1         "The Atom Again," No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 1
art                                                                   "Hiroshima," No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1
  [Kermit Eby], No. 3 (Mar. 1936); 1, No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1           "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  [Sherwood's "There Shall Be No Night"], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2       "Out of the Mouths of Philosophers," No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2
  [Kirsten Flagstad], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1                         [Hiroshima], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1, No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 1
  [peace petition submitted by artists], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2       "Alternative to Atomic War," No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 2
  [music donations for Israel], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                [World Day of Prayer], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 1, No. 146a (Jul.
  "On the Record," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1                                    1950); 1
  [depiction of race in French children's literature], No. 196a       [deaths from], No. 146a (Jul. 1950); 2
         (Jul. 1955); 1                                               "Perspective," No. 156 (Jun. 1951); 2
  [ban on], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2                                    "The Atomic Individual," No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1
  See also Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- PNL -- poetry,             "Essay for Our Times VI," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 2
         etc.                                                         [public opinion poll], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 2
Asia                                                                  [Truman on], No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1
  ["Asiatic Exclusion Act"], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2, No. 77 (Sep.     "No Secret, No Time, No Defense," No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 1
         1943); 2, No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1, No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2       "Major Shift in U.S. Foreign Policy," No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 2
  "Solution in Asia," No. 95 (May 1945); 2                            "Just a 'Little One'"/"Total Danger," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 1
  [famine in], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1, No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2         "A Communication," No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1
  "Eastward the Course of Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1             [atomic anniversary], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 2
  [famine in], No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 2                                 "Entangled Alliances vs. Economic Aid," No. 201 (Jan. 1956);
  [U.S. foreign policy in], No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 1                           2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1                    ["clean" bombs], No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 1
  "American Policy and the Asian Scene," No. 164 (Mar. 1952);         [UK milk ban], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2
         1                                                            ["clean" bomb] (poem), No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 1
  "What About Our Policy in Asia ... ," No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 2       "Is Christianity Relevant for Christians?", No. 223 (Mar. 1958);
  [NYSPC lecture], No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1                                    2
  "Issues on Foreign Aid," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1                     [letter from Japan], No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 2
  "The USA and Dictatorships," No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 2                 "On Hiroshima and Nagasaki," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 2
  [UN General Assembly], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1                       "More Insight," No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3
  See also name of country                                            "A-Bomb Effects," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 2
"Asiatic Exclusion Act"                                               "Missing," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1
  "Are We Afraid To Do Justice?", No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2              "Radioactivity Has Effects," No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
  [repeal of], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                                "atomic disease"
  "Welcome Chinese," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1                            [deaths from], No. 146a (Jul. 1950); 2
  "Race Relations Department," No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2                Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
Asirvatham, Eddy                                                      [letter to protesting atomic weapons], No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1                   [nuclear testing], No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 2
Association for the Study of Negro Life and History                   "Prayer Vigil," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2
  "The New Negro," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 2                             [demonstration in lobby of], No. 225 (May 1958); 1
Atlantic Charter                                                      "Agreement on Methods to Monitor Tests," No. 226b (Aug.
  [Rhodesia], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 1                                          1958); 2
  [and the post-war world], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 2                     [testing in Pacific Islands], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1
  "Behind Moscow," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1                              [radioactive fallout], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1
  "Charter, Charter," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2                           [Geneva talks], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 2
  "Dumbarton Hoax," No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 1                           Attica Prison
  "Boom in Real Estate," No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1                        "Freedom for Popoff," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
  "Charter, Charter...", No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2                      Auburn (NY)
  "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1                      "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
Atlantic Refining Co.                                               Auschwitz
  "Merchants of Death," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2                         [German-Polish relations], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 2
Atlee, Clement                                                      "Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"
  [Potsdam Conference], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 1                         [conscription], No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 1, No. 75 (May 1943); 1,
                                                                             No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1, No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2, No. 84
                                                                             (Apr. 1944); 2
atomic bomb                                                         Australia
  "John Q. Public Speaks," No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 1                      "Yellow and Black," No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
  "Atomic Dilemma," No. 98 (Oct. 1945); 2                             [rationing in], No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 2


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Austria                                                              ["A School for Peace"], No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 1
  [post-WWII], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 1                               Belmont (NY)
  [food and nutrition in], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1, No. 115 (May       [radioactive fallout], No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2, No. 246b (Aug.
        1947); 1                                                            1960); 2
awards                                                             Bendiner, Robert
  [AFSC receives Nobel Peace Prize], No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1          "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
  [Frontier Award], No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2                        Bengal
Axis powers                                                          [famine in], No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1
  [and the post-war world], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1                    [in the post-war world], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2
  "Echoes of Our Birthday Party," No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 1            Bennett, Franklin P.
  [and famine], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 2                                [letter to the editor], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  "War Guilt," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2                               Bentley, N.E.
  "We Did Not Win the War," No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 2                   [on world government], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1
  See also Germany; Italy; Japan                                   Berges, William
                                                                     [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 2
B                                                                  Berlin airlift
Bahlman, Becky                                                       "Without Comment but With Concern," No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 2
  [Peace Caravan], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 3                         Bernstein, Philip S.
balance of power                                                     "Peace Day in Syracuse," No. 25 (May 1938); 2
  "General MacArthur," No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 2                         "Sentence Summaries," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1
  [methods of peace], No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 1                       Bertsch, Leonard
Baldwin, Hanson                                                      [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1
  "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1                         Bethe, Hans A.
Baldwin, Roger                                                       [on nuclear tests and weapons], No. 247 (Sep. 1960); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1                Bethlehem Steel
Bank for International Settlement                                    [war contracts], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1
  "Business As Ususal," No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1                        "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1
banking industry                                                   Bevilacqua, Mrs. Georgia
  [war contracts], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1, No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1      [SPC meeting], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2
  [Bank for International Settlement], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1       Bigelow, Arthur
  [currency reform in Germany], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2, No.          AFSC Institute lecture, No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2
         136a (Jul. 1949); 1                                       Bikini Atoll
  [devaluation of the £], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 2                     "Note on Bikini Atoll," No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1
Bao Ðai                                                              "British Observation on Bikini Island," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 1
  [U.S. and British support for], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2             "H-Bomb Headlines," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 2
  [and Indo-China], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 1                           [hydrogen bomb tests], No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2
Baptist Church                                                     Bingamton (NY)
  "Institute for Post War Order," No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 2             [civil defense demonstrations], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3
  [Youth Fellowship], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1                       Bingham, Alfred
Barnes, Joseph                                                       "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2
  [on communism], No. 136b (Aug. 1949); 1                          Binns, Elsie
Barrus, George                                                       [poem by], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
  [NYSPC], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1                                    "The Smallest Angel," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1
Bartlett, Gene                                                     biological and chemical warfare
  [SPC meeting], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2                               [new weapons of warfare], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 2
Baruch, Bernard M.                                                   "Napalm: Terror from the West," No. 165 (May 1952); 1
  "More About Wallace," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2                       "Germs and Chemicals to Replace H-Bomb?", No. 237 (Sep.
Bataan                                                                      1959); 1
  "Atrocity Boomerang," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2                        "No Change Occurrence," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 3
Bbandari, Romesh                                                     [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1
  [NYSPC lecture], No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1                          Biorn-Hansen, Sylvia
beef industry                                                        "Thank You One and All," No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 1
  "Battle Over Beef," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 2                        black death
Belgium                                                              [in Poland], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
  [war industry of], No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1                         Blacks
  "Modern Military Science," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1                  [in Australia], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
  "Friends of Democracy," No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2                      See also African Americans
  "Thanksgiving," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2                            Blake, Eugene Carson
  "And While the Fight Goes on They Starve," No. 71 (Jan.            "Sermon of the Month," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
         1943); 1                                                  blockades and embargoes
  "Feed the Starving," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                         [Spain], No. 11 (Jan. 1937); 1
  "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1                     "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
  [military personnel as ambassadors to], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 2     "After Munich -- What?", No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1
  "Responsible People," No. 166a (Jul. 1952); 2                      "How not?", No. 37 Sep. 1939); 1
  [and the Congo], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2, No. 246b (Aug.            "Stop!", No. 38 (Nov. 1939); 1
         1960); 1                                                  blockades and embargoes (Continued)
Bell, Colin                                                          "Why Not Do This?", No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 2                  "Modern Military Science," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1
  "Sober Facts," No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 4                              "European Allies," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2
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  "If I Were Secretary of State," No. 235 (May 1959); 3                   [NYSPC chapter], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1
Boeckel, Florence Brewer                                                  "What Others are Doing," No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
  "There are Alternatives," No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1                         [Frontier Award/University of], No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2
  "From Washington," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1                                "What Others Are Doing," No. 208 (Oct. 1956); 1
Bohlen, Charles E.                                                        "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.
  "Another Former Ambassador," No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 2                            1959); 3, No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 3
"Boileau Bill"                                                            "Some Happenings in New York State," No. 246 (Jun. 1960);
  "Deserves Support" [proposal for Dept. of Defense], No. 4                      3
         (Apr. 1936); 1                                                 Bunch, Ralph
  "Boileau Bill," No. 5 (May 1936); 1                                     "Race Relations - Key to Peace?", No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 1
bombs                                                                   "Burke-Wadsworth Bill." See "Selective Service Act"
  "How Far?", No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 2                                     Burma
  [bombing of Tokyo], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1                               "Imperialists on the March," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 1
  "Eastward the Course of Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1                 [and Great Britain], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1
  "Napalm: Terror from the West," No. 165 (May 1952); 1                   [in the post-war world], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2
  "Brotherhood Not Bombs," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 1                        "Burma Irked," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 2
  ["clean" bombs], No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 1, No. 223 (Mar.             business and industry
         1958); 1                                                         [entertainment industry], No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1
  [neutron bomb], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                                 [oil industry], No. 41 (Jan. 1940); 1
  See also atomic bomb; hydrogen bomb; missiles                           [banking industry], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
books and libraries                                                       [Belgium and France], No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1
  [SPC Library], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1                                     [steel industry], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1
  "Comics No Longer Comic," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                          "Battle Over Beef," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 2
  [SPC Library], No. 147 (Sep. 1950); 1                                   [copper industry], No. 55 (May 1941); 1
  [depiction of race in children's literature], No. 196a (Jul. 1955);     [publishing industry], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1
         1                                                                "Pots and Pans," No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 2
  [ban on artwork], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2                                [Congressional war profits report], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2
Bourdet, Claude                                                           [publishing industry], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1                       [aircraft industry], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2
Bowles, Chester                                                           [oil industry], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
  "Before You Vote," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 1                              [public power industry], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
boycotts                                                                  [scrap rubber drive], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1
  "Boycott Japan! No!", No. 18 (Oct. 1937); 1                             "Radio Advertising...", No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 2
  [movie houses in Greensboro, N.C.], No. 215 (May 1957); 2               "Fair Earnings," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2
  [Koinonia Farm, GA], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2                             [banking and steel industries], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1
Boyle, Hal                                                                [aircraft and steel industries], No. 75 (May 1943); 1
  "Modern Fable Version of How Our World Will End," No. 147               [banking and lumber industries], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1
         (Sep. 1950); 2                                                   [publishing industry], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1, No. 82 (Feb.
Bracey, Bertha                                                                   1944); 2
  "Thank You One and All," No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 1                         "Universal Conscription?", No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 2
Bradley, Omar                                                             [oil industry], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2
  [on the arms race], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 1                              ["Fair Employment Practices Act"], No. 85 (May 1944); 1, No.
Brazil                                                                           86 (Jun. 1944); 1
  [UNICEF in], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1                                     [entertainment industry], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2
  "U.S. Cultural Programs," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2                        [oil industry], No. 86a (Jul. 1944); 2
Brill, Helen Eby                                                          [coal industry], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
  [receives award], No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2                               [oil industry], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1
  "State Peace Council Officers," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1                  [cotton industry], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1
Bristol, James                                                            [publishing industry], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2
  "The USA and Dictatorships," No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 2                     [steel industry], No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1                        [currency reform in Germany], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2, No.
Britain. See Great Britain                                                       136a (Jul. 1949); 1
British Peace Council                                                     [oil industry], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
  "We Must Make Up Our Minds," No. 105 (May 1946); 1                      [devaluation of the £], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 2
Brittain, Vera                                                            [oil industry], No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 1, No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 2,
  [poem by], No. 8 (Jan. 1944); 1                                                No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1, No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1
  "News From Brittain," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2                             "Trade and Diplomacy," No. 215 (May 1957); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 2                        [entertainment industry/political party affiliation], No. 215 (May
Brockway, Fenner                                                                 1957); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2                        "Business Exchange," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1
Brooklyn College                                                          [oil industry], No. 226a (Jul. 1958); 1, No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
  "Widespread Protest of CD Alert," No. 245 (May 1960); 2                 [entertainment industry], No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1
Brown and Co.                                                             "What Would Peace Do To Our Economy?", No. 237 (Sep.
  "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2                                      1959); 2
                                                                        business and industry (Continued)
bubonic plague                                                            "The Communist Challenge," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2
  [in Poland], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                                      "A New Look From Big Business," No. 239 (Nov. 1959); 1
Buck, Pearl S.                                                            [oil industry], No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1
  "Essay for Our Times," No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 2                           See also military-industrial complex
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  "Sentence Summaries," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1                         "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
                                                                      "In the Vatican," No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1
C                                                                   Cavell, Edith
Cadbury, Henry                                                        "From the Grave," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1
  "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2          celebrations. See anniversaries and celebrations
  [Nobel Peace Prize], No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1                       censorship
  [on the use of force], No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 2                       [Norman Thomas series on], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1
Cadbury, Paul                                                         [of news media], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1                    [of famine in India], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 2
Cairo Declaration                                                     [of publishing industry], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2
  [analysis of], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2                                [ban on artwork], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2
  "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1                Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
  [Japan's surrender], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2                         "Here's a Chiller," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 2
California                                                          Chakravarty, A. C.
  [Japanese Americans], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1, No. 65 (May            [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 2
         1942); 2                                                   Challener, Richard
  "Witches' Cauldron Here at Home," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2             [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1
  [capital punishment in], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2                   Chamberlain, Neville
  "Exchange Students," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1                         "Let Us Not Pray," No. 45 (May 1940); 1
Cambodia                                                            Chamberlain, William Henry
  [editorial on], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 1                              [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 2, No. 74 (Apr.
  [report on], No. 186 (Jun. 1954); 1                                        1943); 2
camps. See concentration and relocation camps                         ["Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"], No. 75 (May
Canada                                                                       1943); 2
  "Good Neighbor," No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1                            Chan, Wing-tsit
  "The Dead at Dieppe," No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2                         [on China], No. 136b (Aug. 1949); 1
  "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1                    chemical warfare. See biological and chemical warfare
  "Spy Scare," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1                               Chiang, Kai-shek
  [donations for Poland], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2                      [civil war in China], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 2
  [defense and foreign policy of], No. 235 (May 1959); 1              "Nationalist China & Freedom," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 2
Canadaigua Peace Council                                            Chiang, May-ling Soong
  [programs], No. 185 (May 1954); 2                                   [quoted shortly after V-J Day], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1
Canandaigua (NY)                                                    children and youth
  "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                       [war toys and games], No. 19 (Nov. 1937); 1
Candee, Benjamin Le Roy, Jr.                                          "Child Feeding Mission in Spain," No. 25 (May 1938); 1
  [letter to the editor], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1                       [gas masks for], No. 35 (May 1939); 1
Canton (NY)                                                           "'Twaddle' and the 'Trojan Horse'", No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  [NYSPC chapter], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1                             "Modern Military Science," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1
capital punishment                                                    "European Allies," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2
  [in California], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2                             "Fellowship for Youth and Peace," No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2
capitalism                                                            "Juvenile Delinquency," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2
  [letter to the editor], No. 174 (Apr. 1953); 2                      [High School Victory Corps], No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 2, No. 73
  "Last Years?", No. 231 (Jan. 1959); 1                                      (Mar. 1943); 1
  See also business and industry                                      "Comics No Longer Comic," No. 75 (May 1943); 1
CARE                                                                  [African American and Japanese American], No. 79 (Nov.
  [donations for Germany], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1                            1943); 1
  [donations to], No. 114 (Apr. 1947); 1, No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1     [African American], No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2
  [SPC as agency for], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2                         "Goodwill to Men," No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 2
  "Bread and Peace," No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2                           [infant mortality], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2
  [donations of soap], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 2                         "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2
  [donations for the Soviet Union], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 2            "Eastward the Course of Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1
  "CARE in India," No. 165 (May 1952); 2                              [in the Soviet Union], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 2
  [food surplus], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 1                              [in Czechoslovakia], No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 2
Carrier Corporation of America                                        [NYS Baptist Youth Fellowship], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
  "Peace Day in Syracuse," No. 25 (May 1938); 2                       [war toys and games], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 1
Carso, Nick                                                           [letter to Truman re: Korean War], No. 155 (May 1951); 1
  [letter to the editor], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1                      [activities for], No. 175 (May 1953); 1
caskets                                                               [depiction of race in French literature], No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1
  "Caskets and Contributions," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 1                  "Youth Speaks: A Letter to Mother," No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1
Castro, Fidel                                                         [toy aircraft], No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 1
  "Castro Speech," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1                             [in Algeria], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2
  "Cuba," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1
                                                                    children and youth (Continued)
Caterpillar Tractor                                                   [juvenile delinquency], No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 2
  "Merchants of Death," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2                         [UNICEF], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1
Catholic Church                                                       [adoption and religion], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2
  "We agree," No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 1                                   [UNICEF], No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1
  [draft extension], No. 56b (Aug. 1941); 1                           [juvenile delinquency], No. 218 (Oct. 1957); 2
  "Pope Warns All of Peril," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1                    [SPC high school youth program], No. 225 (May 1958); 2
  [on the Potsdam Conference], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2                 [Methodist Youth Camp], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1


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 "Russians Capturing Youth!", No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2                   [relationship with the Soviet Union], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1
 [juvenile delinquency], No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1                       "Khruschev at the UN," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1
 "Church, Home, Military," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 3                      "Nationalist China & Freedom," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 2
 "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 240 (Dec.                   See also Formosa
        1959); 3                                                     Chinese Americans
 "Students on the March," No. 245 (May 1960); 2                        "Race Relations Department," No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2
 [AFSC summer camps], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 3                        "Chinese Exclusion Act"
 See also education                                                    "Are We Afraid To Do Justice?", No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2
Chile                                                                  [repeal of "Asiatic Exclusion Act"], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
 "U.S. Cultural Programs," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2                      "Welcome Chinese," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1
China                                                                  "Race Relations Department," No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2
 [U.S. trade with], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1                             christianity
 [neutrality], No. 18 (Oct. 1937); 1                                   "Whither the Church?", No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 1
 [U.S. investments in], No. 20 (Dec. 1937); 1                          [and racism], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1
 [public opinion poll], No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 2                          [Dumbarton Oaks], No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1
 "We Built the German Air Force," No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1                [Indo-China], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 2
 [and Japan], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1                                    "Perspective," No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 2
 "Asiatic Exclusion Act," No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2                       "Youth Speaks: A Letter to Mother," No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1
 ["Asiatic Exclusion Act"], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                      "The Pope Speaks," No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 2
 ["Chinese Exclusion Act"], No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1                      "Sherwood Eddy Speaks," No. 205 (May 1956); 1
 [in the post-war world], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2                        [nuclear testing], No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 2, No. 220 (Dec.
 "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1                           1957); 1
 "Post War Problems are People," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2                 "What is Required," No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2
 "Dumbarton Hoax," No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 1                               "Is Christianity Relevant for Christians?", No. 223 (Mar. 1958);
 [in the post-war world/letter to the editor], No. 89 (Nov. 1944);            2
        2                                                              [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1, 3,
 ["Chinese Exclusion Act"], No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2                             No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1, 3
 "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2               "Our World in Miniature," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1
 "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1                        "Nationwide Peace Study," No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2
 [Japan's surrender], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2                           [World Order Study Conference], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4
 [Madame Chiang Kai-Shek quoted], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1                "Ethics and International Affairs," No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 1
 [military personnel as ambassadors to], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 2        [arms race], No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1
 "The March of Famine," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 2                        "Christian Peace Conference," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1
 [civil war in], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 2                                See also name of denomination or organization
 "As Others See U.S.", No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 1                        Church Peace Union
 [civil war in], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 2, No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 1        [Dumbarton Oaks], No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1
 [Nationalistic Government withdraws to Formosa], No. 142              "Ethics and International Affairs," No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 1
        (Feb. 1950); 2                                               Churchill, Winston
 [Bao Ðai in French Indo-China], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2                [on war debt], No. 52 (Feb. 1941); 2
 "A Korean Voice," No. 146b (Aug. 1950); 1                             [meeting with FDR/military alliance with the Soviet Union], No.
 [and U.S. foreign policy], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1                            56b (Aug. 1941); 1
 [deaths of Indo-Chinese], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 1                      [on Finland], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2
 [letter to the editor], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 2                        [on U.S. entry into the war], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2
 [and Indo-China], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 1                              [on imperialism], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1
 [public opinion poll], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 2                         [on India], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 2
 [POW's], No. 173 (Mar. 1953); 2                                       "Charter, Charter," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2
 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1                     [war plans], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1
 [public opinion poll], No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 2                        "Boom in Real Estate," No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1
 "Peace Must Be Pursued," No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 1                       "Charter, Charter...", No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2
 "Report from China," No. 185 (May 1954); 1                            [on the post-war world], No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 2
 [Dulles on], No. 185 (May 1954); 2                                  CIA
 "China and the U.N.", No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 1                          "Khruschev, Dulles, Agree," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1
 "British Opinion," No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1                             "Cuba," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1
 [Food-for-China program], No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 2                    Cicero (IL)
 "Peking," No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1                                     [race riot in], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 2, No. 203          CIO
        (Mar. 1956); 1                                                 [union organizing in Mississippi], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1
 "Sherwood Eddy Speaks," No. 205 (May 1956); 1                       Citizen's Committee for a National Service Act
 "Before You Vote," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 1                            "Conscription," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2


  "Agreement on Methods to Monitor Tests," No. 226b (Aug.            Citizen's Committee for Military Training of Young Men
        1958); 2                                                        [conscription], No. 105 (May 1946); 1
  [industrialization of], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2                     citizenship
  "Exchange With Richard Nixon," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 3                 [objectives of], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2
  "Recognition of Communist China Urged," No. 229 (Nov.                 "More About Conscription," No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 1
        1958); 3                                                        "Why Not?", No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 2
  "Mainland China Involved," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 1                     "How To Read Newspapers," No. 179 (Nov. 1953); 1
  "Burma Irked," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 2                                 "We Pledge Allegiance," No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1                      [public opinion poll], No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 2


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  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2                    [abandoning of camps], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1
  "A Generous and Timely Act," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 2               Civilian Public Service (CPS)
  "How Well Informed Are We?", No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 4                 [use of], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1
  [African American voting rights], No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1            See also conscientious objection
City College                                                        Clarke, Eleanor Stabler
  "Widespread Protest of CD Alert," No. 245 (May 1960); 2             [clothing donations], No. 85 (May 1944); 2
civil defense                                                         [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1
  [gas masks/air-raid protection], No. 35 (May 1939); 1             Clausen, Bernard C.
  "Arms Across the Sea," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 1                        "National Anti-War Congress," No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2
  "Last Resort," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1                               [leads discussion], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1
  "Civil or Military?", No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1                      "clean" bombs
  [air raid tests], No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 1                         "Smart Within," No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 1
  [in public schools], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1                         [poem], No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 1
  "Hartford and Tuapse," No. 218 (Oct. 1957); 1                     Cleghorn, Sarah
  [demonstrations against], No. 225 (May 1958); 1                     [poem by], No. 51 (Jan. 1941); 2
  [in NYC], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 2                                    [letter to the editor], No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 2
  "Freedom to Pretend," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 2                      Cleveland, Harland
  [Rand Corporation study], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 2                   [Senate subcommittee hearing on disarmament], No. 215
  "Buy Your Big Beautiful Bomb Shelter" (poem), No. 239 (Nov.                (May 1957); 1
         1959); 2                                                   Cleveland Conference of Churches
  [use of Indian smoke signals], No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 2               "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
  [role of], No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 1                                 Clubb, Edmund
  [construction of fallout shelters], No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1          [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 2
  "Widespread Protest of CD Alert," No. 245 (May 1960); 2           coal industry
  [demonstrations against], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3                    "Peace Comes to Germany," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
civil rights                                                        Cobleskill (NY)
  "Our Program Will Continue," No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1                  "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
  [anti-Semitism], No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1                            Cold War
  "Get Ready for the 76th Congress," No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1            [Truman Doctrine], No. 115 (May 1947); 1, No. 126 (Jun.
  "Barbed Wire for Us?", No. 35 (May 1939); 1                                1948); 2
  "K.K.K.", No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1                                     [Bertrand Russell on], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2
  "A Statement From the Executive Committee of the Council,"          [creation of NATO/economic aspects], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
         No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 2                                        [Truman Doctrine], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
  [anti-Semitism], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2                              [Dulles on], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 1
  [Norman Thomas on], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                           "War Scares and Peace Budgets," No. 137 (Sep. 1949); 2
  [freedom of speech], No. 65 (May 1942); 2                           "An Old Refrain," No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1
  [riot against Jehovah's Witnesses], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2           "War is Peace," No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 2
  "Freedom for Popoff," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                         "A Korean Voice," No. 146b (Aug. 1950); 1
  [anti-Semitism], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2                             [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1
  [loyalty oaths], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1                             "Inaction is Folly," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
  [NYS "Bill to Ban Red Teachers"], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1, No.       "Just in Case 'It' Comes," No. 209 (Nov. 1956); 1
         134 (Apr. 1949); 1                                           "What a Little Error Could Do," No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 1
  [preservation of], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1                          "The Fourth Nation Problem," No. 226a (Jul. 1958); 2
  "Is the World Big Enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug.            "World Politics," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2
         1949); 1                                                     "If I Were Secretary of State," No. 235 (May 1959); 3
  [loyalty oaths], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1                             [suspension of nuclear tests/Khruschev visit/race relations],
  ["Subversive Activities Control Act"], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2              No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 1
  [loyalty oaths/NYS "Feinberg Law"], No. 165 (May 1952); 2           "Reflections and Random Thoughts," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1
  [education], No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1                                 "The Only Thing We Have To Fear Is Fear Itself," No. 239
  "UN - FBI," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2                                         (Nov. 1959); 2
  "Owen Lattimore," No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1                            "How Can Greater Freedom Best Be Encouraged in Eastern
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 2                          Europe?", No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 1
  "We Pledge Allegiance," No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 1                      [Soviet Union launches rocket], No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1
  [wiretapping], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 2, No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 2       "Who Said Aggression?", No. 245 (May 1960); 2
  [in NY, NM, IL, TX, GE, CA], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2                 [downing of U-2 plane], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 1, No. 246a (Jul.
  [boycott of movie houses in Greensboro, N.C.], No. 215 (May                1960); 1, No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
         1957); 2                                                     See also disarmament; propaganda; name of country
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2                  colleges and universities
  "Africa In Transformation," No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2                  [SU], No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1, No. 38 (Nov. 1939); 1, No. 94
  "Students on the March," No. 245 (May 1960); 2                             (Apr. 1945); 2, No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 2
  [African American voting rights], No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1          colleges and universities (Continued)
  "The New Negro," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 2                             [AAUP], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1
  See also human rights                                               [SU], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2
Civil Service                                                         [AAUP], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 1
  [racism in], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                                  [SU], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
civil war                                                             [AFSC "Round Up"], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 1
  [vs. world war], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 1                              [University of Buffalo], No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2
  [in China], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 2, No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 2, No.     [SU], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1
         142 (Feb. 1950); 1                                           [AFSC "Round Up"], No. 209 (Nov. 1956); 1
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)                                     "Exchange Students," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1


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  "Successful Round-Up," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1                          [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1
  [SU], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 3                                           "Twelve Hours for Peace," No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 1
  [ROTC on campuses], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 3                             "The Big Lie vs. The Great Loyalty," No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 2
  [SU], No. 239 (Nov. 1959); 2                                           "Peace Must Be Pursued," No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 1
  [Alfred University], No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 3                            [U.S. attitudes on], No. 186 (Jun. 1954); 2
  "Widespread Protest of CD Alert," No. 245 (May 1960); 2                [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1
  [student demonstrations], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3                       "Youth Speaks: A Letter to Mother," No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1
  "Japan Not Anti-U.S.", No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 2                         "New Era in Russia," No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 1
  [Soviet Union opens university for foreign students], No. 246b         ["Turning Points Toward Peace"], No. 200 (Dec. 1955); 1
        (Aug. 1960); 1                                                   "Sherwood Eddy Speaks," No. 205 (May 1956); 1
  [AFSC "Round Up"], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 3                             "Three Problems," No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1
  [Harper College], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3                               [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1
Collier, John                                                            "Albert Schweitzer Declaration," No. 215 (May 1957); 2
  "The Raid Against Our Indian Minority," No. 196a (Jul. 1955);          "Some Facts," No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 1
        2                                                                "Russians Capturing Youth!", No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2
colonization                                                             "Exchange With Richard Nixon," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 3
  [editorial on], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 1                                 [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1, No. 176b             "The West and Belief," No. 231 (Jan. 1959); 1
        (Aug. 1953); 1, No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1, No. 196b (Aug.          [World Order Study Conference], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 4
        1955); 1                                                         "The Communist Challenge," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2
  [in North Africa], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 2                              [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1
  "As It Looks to Africa," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2                        [Khruschev on], No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 1
  "Three Problems," No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1                               See also Cold War; name of country
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 2                    Communist Party
  "Before You Vote," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 1                             "Witch Hunt Boomerangs," No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2
  "The Politics of Myopia," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 2                     Compulsory Reserve Plan (CRP). See conscription
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2                     Conant, James B.
  See also name of country                                               "Stop, Look listen," No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 1
Comfort, Alex                                                            "Essay for Our Times," No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 2
  "How To Read Newspapers," No. 179 (Nov. 1953); 1                     concentration and relocation camps
Committee Against Peacetime Conscription                                 "Another Pearl Harbor," No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
  "Infantry Outmoded," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                            [Japanese Americans], No. 65 (May 1942); 2, No. 66 (Jun.
  "Quiz Kids," No. 115 (May 1947); 2                                           1942); 1, No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 1, No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 1,
Committee for a SANE Nuclear Policy                                            No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2, No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1, 2, No. 79
  "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.                          (Nov. 1943); 1, No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2, No. 91 (Jan.
        1959); 3                                                               1945); 2
Committee for Nonviolent Action                                          [German-Polish relations], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 2
  [protests nuclear testing in the Pacific], No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2,     [Japanese Americans], No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 2
        No. 225 (May 1958); 1, No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1, No. 233         Conesus (NY)
        (Mar. 1959); 3                                                   [NYSPC chapter], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1
Committee for the Universal Recognition of Conscientious               Conference on World Economic Cooperation
      Objection to Military Service                                      [meetings], No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1, No. 25 (May 1938); 2
  [proposed International Bill of Rights on conscription], No.         conferences and meetings
        116b (Aug. 1947); 1                                              [request for conference on disarmament], No. 13 (Mar. 1937);
Committee on Racial Equality (CORE)                                            1
  [American Red Cross], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                            [National Peace Conference (NPC)/World Economic
  [SPC statement of policy], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1                             Cooperation], No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1, No. 25 (May 1938);
  [U.S. Red Cross], No. 85 (May 1944); 1                                       2
  [Coney Island Amusement Park], No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1                 [National Peace Conference (NPC)], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1
Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies. See                    [peace leaders], No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1
      William Allen White Committee                                      [National Peace Conference (NPC)], No. 46 (Jun. 1940); 1
communism                                                                [Kirby Page Peace Conference], No. 50 (Dec. 1940); 1
  "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1              [Peace Workers], No. 52 (Feb. 1941); 1
  "After Munich -- What?", No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1                         "Candid Conference," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 2
  "There are Alternatives," No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1                        [Delaware conference], No. 70 (Dec. 1942); 1
  [Finland], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2                                       [food supply], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2
  [China], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 2                                        [All-Women's Peace Congress/One Day Conference], No. 79
  [Soviet Union], No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 2                                       (Nov. 1943); 1
  "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2                              [Yalta Conference], No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1, No. 95 (May 1945);
                                                                               1
  "As Others See U.S.", No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 1                         conferences and meetings (Continued)
  "Christianity and Communism," No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 2                   [London Conference of Foreign Ministers], No. 99 (Nov.
  "The Heart of the Matter," No. 126 (Jun. 1948); 2                            1945); 2
  "This is Your Choice," No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2                          "Notes From the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2
  "Over There," No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 2                                   [German Women's Congress for Peace], No. 115 (May 1947);
  "Is the World Big Enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug.                     1
         1949); 1                                                        [National Study Conference on the Churches and World
  [letter to the editor], No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 2                               Order], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 1
  "Own Lattimore," No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1                                "Peace Program," No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 2
  [letter to the editor], No. 174 (Apr. 1953); 2                         "Public Meetings," No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 1


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  [four-power conference], No. 165 (May 1952); 1                      "Heroism of Peace," No. 106 (Jun. 1946); 1
  [AFSC conference cancellation], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1              "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
  [National Catholic Rural Life Conference], No. 182 (Feb.            [disarmament], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1
         1954); 1                                                     [editorial on], No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2
  [Geneva talks], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1, No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1      [indoctrination], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 2
  [Summit meetings], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1, No. 223 (Mar.            [cost of], No. 115 (May 1947); 2
         1958); 2                                                     [Truman advisory committee on], No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 1
  [Middle East Summit meeting], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1               "UMTimetable," No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2
  [New York Methodist Conference], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2             [NYS Council of Churches on], No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1
  [Geneva talks], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 2, No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 2,     [poem], No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 2
         No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 1                                      "UMT," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2
  [missile and space research], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 1               [SU DO article on], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2
  [Geneva talks], No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2, No. 245 (May 1960);         "UMT is a Political Issue," No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 2
         2, No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 1, No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 1, No.      "Essay for Our Times," No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 2
         247 (Sep. 1960); 1                                           [letter to the editor], No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 2
  [UN General Assembly meeting], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1               "While They are Home," No. 160 (Dec. 1951); 1
  "Christian Peace Conference," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1                [NYS Grange and], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 2
  [UN General Assembly meeting], No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1               [in West Germany], No. 166a (Jul. 1952); 1
  [Association for the Study of Negro Life and History], No. 249      [costs of], No. 175 (May 1953); 2
         (Nov. 1960); 2                                               "Calling All Men," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 2
  See also AFSC; Dumbarton Oaks Conference; New York                  [Eisenhower message on], No. 191 (Jan. 1955); 1
         State Peace Council (NYSPC); Potsdam                         "Not UMT but CRP," No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1
         Conference; Syracuse Peace Council (SPC); World              [proposals on], No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 2
         Order Study Conference                                       [U.S. Chamber of Commerce and], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2
Congo (Republic of)                                                   [age and], No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2                    "Britain Ending the Draft," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1
  [UN and], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1                                   "End the Draft," No. 218 (Oct. 1957); 2
conscientious objection                                               [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1
  "Character Bad: A Challenge," No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1                 See also U.S. Congress
  "What Every Man Ought to Know," No. 41 (Jan. 1940); 1             Consolidated Aircraft Co.
  "Puts it Up to Churches," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1                    "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1
  "Chain Gang Democracy," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1                     Consolidated Edison Co.
  [Civilian Public Service (CPS)], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1              "Protection For Whom?", No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
  "Inconsistent?", No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                           cooperatives
  "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2         "Trust Busters," No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
  [International Bill of Rights on], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1          [Henry Wallace on], No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 2, No. 84 (Apr. 1944);
conscription                                                                  1
  [what parents can do], No. 16 (Jun. 1937); 1                        [Onondaga Consumers Co-op], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1, No. 117
  [editorial on], No. 24 (Apr. 1938); 1                                       (Sep. 1947); 1
  "Six Point Minimum Program," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 2                  [first broadcast of WCFM], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2
  "Twenty Million Men are Going to be Killed," No. 42 (Feb.           [Koinonia Farm, GA], No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 2, No. 214 (Apr.
         1940); 1                                                             1957); 2, No. 215 (May 1957); 3, No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2,
  "Peacetime Conscription is Being Seriously Considered," No.                 No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2
         46a (Jul. 1940); 1                                         copper industry
  "Week After Week the Great Fight Against Conscription Goes          [shipping of to Germany], No. 55 (May 1941); 1
         On," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1                                Corning (NY)
  "Chain Gang Democracy," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1                       "Challenges From Other Communities," No. 175 (May 1953);
  "Paging All Brutes," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 1                                  2
  "On the Record," No. 49 (Nov. 1940); 1                            Corning Glass Company
  "'No A.E.F.' We Say," No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1                        "Hats Off to a Lady," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 3
  "A Program of Action," No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                      corporations
  "Universal Conscription?", No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 2                    "Twenty Million Men are Going to be Killed," No. 42 (Feb.
  "Don't Forget Conscription," No. 85 (May 1944); 2                           1940); 1
  "Peacetime Conscription," No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 2                     [war contracts], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  [during peacetime], No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 1                           "Merchants of Death," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2
  [U.S. Army declares manpower shortage], No. 93 (Mar. 1945);
         2
  [during peacetime], No. 95 (May 1945); 1, No. 96 (Jun. 1945);     corporations (Continued)
         2, No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1                                    [Congressional war profits report], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2
  [Booth Tarkington on]/"G.I. Joe's Idea is Different"/"Spoken at     "Rich Man's War, Poor Man's...", No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
         Gettysburg," No. 96b (Aug. 1945); 1                          [war contracts], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1
  [during peacetime], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 2, No. 99 (Nov. 1945);      "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1
         2                                                            "Universal Conscription?", No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 2
  [maintaining forces in Germany and Japan], No. 100 (Dec.            [assets of], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2
         1945); 2                                                     "Boom Bust War," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2
  [Truman on], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 1                                 "The Four P's: Profits, Prices, Politics, Peace," No. 126 (Jun.
  [Dorothy Thompson on], No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 1                             1948); 1
  "Inconsistency"/Infantry Outmoded," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2          "Business as Usual," No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
  "To Abolish," No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1                                See also military-industrial complex; name of corporation
  "Actions," No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 2                                 Cortland (NY)


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  "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.                   "Cyprus Still a War Island," No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 2
         1959); 3                                                       "U.S. Aid Pledged," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1
Corwin, Norman                                                        Czechoslovakia
  [on the national wartime budget], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1              [donations for], No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 2
Costa Rica
  [disbands army], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2                             D
cotton industry                                                       Daily Orange (SU)
  [in Japan], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1                                    [on conscription], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2
Council of Churches. See Federal Council of Churches;                 Darcy, M. M.
      National Council of Churches (NCC); New York State                "To An Atomic Scientist" (poem), No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3
      Council of Churches; Syracuse Council of Churches;              Davis, Jerome
      World Council of Churches                                         [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1
courts                                                                Day, Dorothy
  "Peacher Pinched!", No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1                             [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1
  [FDR and], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                                    de la Salva, S.
  [world court], No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1                                  "Sentence Summaries," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1
  [freedom of speech and religion], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2             Democratic Party
  [world court], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 2                                 [Syracuse elections], No. 8 (Oct. 1936); 1, No. 9 (Nov. 1936);
  [Yamashita trial], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1                                    1
  [NYS "Feinberg Law"], No. 165 (May 1952); 2                           "Demand Action," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1
  [world court], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4                                 "The Conventions are Over ...", No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 2
  "The Participation of the U.S. in the World Court," No. 242         demonstrations and protests
         (Feb. 1960); 3                                                 "Heard at Anti-War Rally in New York City," No. 48 (Oct.
  "Footnote on the Iroquois," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1                           1940); 1
  [world court], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1                                [strikes and war production], No. 65 (May 1942); 2, No. 67
  See also crime                                                               (Jul. 1942); 1
Cousins, Norman                                                         [rioting against Jehovah's Witnesses], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2
  [on U.S. standing], No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 1                           [March on Washington Movement], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1
  [on China], No. 196 (Jun. 1955); 1                                    [Kirsten Flagstad performance in Cleveland], No. 116b (Aug.
  [on disarmament], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 2                                     1947); 1
Crandell, Arthur                                                        [race riot in Cicero, IL], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
  [donation from], No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1                                [in South Africa], No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 2, No. 169 (Nov. 1952);
Crane, Henry Hitt                                                              2, No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1
  "Forward to 15," No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 1                               [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 2
Creasey, George B.                                                      [Japanese protest expansion of U.S. Air Force base], No. 213
  "Own Lattimore," No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1                                      (Mar. 1957); 2
  "Oil, Land and Politics in the Middle East," No. 226a (Jul.           [boycott of movie houses in Greensboro, N.C.], No. 215 (May
         1958); 1                                                              1957); 2
crime                                                                   [boycott of Koinonia Farm, GA], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2
  "Peacher Pinched!", No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1                             [at the Atomic Energy Commission/new forms of], No. 225
  "Another Pearl Harbor," No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                                (May 1958); 1
  [poll taxes], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1                                   "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 240 (Dec.
  "Juvenile Delinquency," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2                                1959); 3
  "Men in Mississippi," No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1                           "Widespread Protest of CD Alert," No. 245 (May 1960); 2
  [Anaconda Tire and Cable Company], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2             [civil defense], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3
  [British code leak (letter to the editor)], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1     [lunch counter], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1
  [war crimes], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1, No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1        desegregation and segregation
  "Light in Darkness," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1                           [U.S. blood supply], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1, No. 77 (Sep.
  [juvenile delinquency], No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 2, No. 218 (Oct.                1943); 2, No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 2, No. 85 (May 1944); 1,
         1957); 2, No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1                                     No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2
  See also prisons and prisoners                                        "New Doors Open," No. 205 (May 1956); 1
Crucible Steel Co.                                                      [Koinonia Farm, GA], No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 2, No. 214 (Apr.
  [profits of], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1                                          1957); 2
Crusade for World Government                                            [boycott of movie houses in Greensboro, N.C.], No. 215 (May
  "As Others See It," No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1                                   1957); 2

Cuba                                                                  desegregation and segregation (Continued)
  [U.S. foreign policy in], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1                     [Koinonia Farm, GA], No. 215 (May 1957); 3, No. 217 (Sep.
  "Castro Speech," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1                                     1957); 2, No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2
  [UN General Assembly meeting], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1, No.            [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2
         249 (Nov. 1960); 1                                           deterrence (strategy)
  "Cuba," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1                                        [theory of], No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 2
Curtis, Lewis B.                                                        [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 3
  [NYSPC], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2, No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1               See also disarmament
  [letter to Eisenhower], No. 174 (Apr. 1953); 1                      Detroit (MI)
  "Personals," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2                                  [and race], No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 2
Curtiss-Wright Co.                                                      [scrap metal], No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 2
  [war contracts], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1                              Detzor, Dorothy
  "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                     "An American Looks at Europe," No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
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  "Sentence Summaries," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1                          Douglas Aircraft
diet. See food and nutrition                                             "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1
diphtheria                                                             draft. See conscription
  [in Europe], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                                   drama and theater
disarmament                                                              [Sherwood's "There Shall Be No Night"], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2
  [request conference on], No. 13 (Mar. 1937); 1                       du Pont de Nemours & Co.
  "A Second Chance," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1                              [war contracts], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1
  "More About Wallace," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2                         Dulles, Allan
  [Versailles Treaty], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1                            "Khruschev, Dulles, Agree," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1
  "The Infantry Journal Says," No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 1                  Dulles, John Foster
  "Alternative to Atomic War," No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 2                    [on the Cold War], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 1
  [arms race], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 1                                    [on the remilitarization of Japan], No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1
  "Voice of Armed Services Committee Chairman," No. 143                  "Major Shift in U.S. Foreign Policy," No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 2
         (Mar. 1950); 1                                                  [on China], No. 185 (May 1954); 2
  [McMahon proposals], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2                            [on Indo-China], No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2
  [Truman's proposal for], No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 2                        [on war psychology], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1
  [Quaker mission to Moscow], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1                     "Disarmament Talks Fail," No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1
  "Whoa, Dobbin," No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 1                                 "U.S. Reacts," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1
  [U.S. Department of State], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 1                     [on disarmament], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1
  "Place of Terror," No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 2                              [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
  ["Turning Points Toward Peace"], No. 200 (Dec. 1955); 1                [Khrushchev visit to the U.S.], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1
  "Inaction is Folly," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1                            [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1
  [suggestions for], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 2                              "Khruschev Visit at Long Last," No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 1
  [U.S. Senate subcommittee hearing on], No. 215 (May 1957);           Dumbarton Oaks Conference
         1                                                               [Dorothy Thompson on/letter to the editor], No. 88 (Oct. 1944);
  [London talks on], No. 218 (Oct. 1957); 1                                     1
  [Summit meeting], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1                               "Dumbarton Hoax," No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                       "Echoes of the November Meeting," No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 2
  "Warbug on Disarmament," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1                        "Boom in Real Estate," No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1
  "Russian Roulette," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2                             "A Suggestion," No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2
  "Should the United States Give Away H-Bombs?", No. 225                 [Thompson on], No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 1
         (May 1958); 2                                                   "South of the Border," No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2
  [AFSC "Round-Up" lecture], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1                      "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
  [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1, No.            "Look at Tomorrow," No. 95 (May 1945); 2
         233 (Mar. 1959); 3                                              [signing of UN Charter], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 2
  "If I Were Secretary of State," No. 235 (May 1959); 3                Dutch East Indies
  "The Role of Arms Makers," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 1                      [in the post-war world], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2
  "Reflections and Random Thoughts," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1              [freedom of ], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2, No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1,
  [in Eastern Europe], No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 1                                   No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1
  [Sen. Dodd on], No. 247 (Sep. 1960); 1                               E
  "The Psychology of Disarmament," No. 247 (Sep. 1960); 2              Eaton, Horace A.
  [military alliance with sci-tech industry], No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 2     [SPC Program Chair], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1, No. 78 (Oct.
  See also Geneva talks                                                         1943); 1
discrimination                                                           [letter to the editor], No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 2
  [in the U.S. Army], No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 2                            Ebenezer (NY)
  [SPC statement of policy], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1                       "Challenges From Other Communities," No. 175 (May 1953);
  ["Fair Employment Practices Act"], No. 85 (May 1944); 1, No.                  2
         86 (Jun. 1944); 1                                             Eby, Kermit
  [in the U.S. Army], No. 86a (Jul. 1944); 1                             [art exhibition of], No. 3 (Mar. 1936); 1
  "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2                [prints and drawing of], No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1
  ["Fair Employment Practices Act"], No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2, No.          [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1
         101 (Jan. 1946); 2
  [radio program on], No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2
  See also racism                                                      economic assistance
"Displaced Persons Act"                                                  [Lend-Lease Program], No. 51 (Jan. 1941); 1, No. 52 (Feb.
  "The Things We Might Do," No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 1                             1941); 1, No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1, No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2,
Dodd, Thomas J.                                                                No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2, No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 1
  [on nuclear weapons testing], No. 247 (Sep. 1960); 1                   "Entangled Alliances vs. Economic Aid," No. 201 (Jan. 1956);
Dogherty, George M.                                                            2
  [on secularism], No. 136b (Aug. 1949); 1                               [to underdeveloped countries], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1
Dombrowsky, Bruno                                                        "Be Not Deceived: The Neighbors Aren't," No. 215 (May
  [letter to the editor], No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 2                               1957); 1
Dombrowsky, Kate                                                         "Issues on Foreign Aid," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1
  [letter to the editor], No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 2                         [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1, No.
Dominican Republic                                                             233 (Mar. 1959); 1
  [Nixon tour of], No. 225 (May 1958); 2                                 "Food for Peace," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2
Douglas, William C.                                                      [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1
  "American Policy and the Asian Scene," No. 164 (Mar. 1952);            "U.S. Aid Pledged," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1
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economics                                                             [racism in textbooks/saluting the flag], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1
  "Boycott Japan! No!", No. 18 (Oct. 1937); 1                         "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2
  "Conference on World Economic Cooperation," No. 23 (Mar.            [of children], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1
         1938); 1                                                     [military training for boys], No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2
  [World Economic Cooperation], No. 25 (May 1938); 2                  "You Get What You Pay For," No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 2
  "Six Point Minimum Program," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 2                  "Gum Up!", No. 115 (May 1947); 2
  [World Economic Cooperation], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1                 [teaching international relations], No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 2
  "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1           "Hands Across the Seas," No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 2
  "Get Ready for the 76th Congress," No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1            [in Mexico], No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2
  "What Price Victory?", No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 1                        [NYS "Bill to Ban Red Teachers"], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1, No.
  [racism in employment], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                              134 (Apr. 1949); 1
  [in the post-war world], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2                      [Syracuse Teachers Union], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
  [U.S. standard of living], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2                    "Peace Program," No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 2
  [strikes and war production], No. 65 (May 1942); 2, No. 67          [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1
         (Jul. 1942); 1                                               [NYS "Feinberg Law"], No. 165 (May 1952); 2
  [economic and military warfare], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2              [letter to the editor], No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 2
  ["National War Service Bill"], No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 1               [exchange programs], No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1
  [war economy], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2                                [civil defense in schools], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1
  "Dragon's Run the War; and How," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1              [strengthening science education], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 2
  [inflation], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2                                 "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.
  "Economic Cornerstone," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 2                              1959); 3
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1                    "Church, Home, Military," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 3
  "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2             See also colleges and universities
  "Shall We Let Hitler Set the Fashion?", No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2     Egypt
  [distribution of wealth], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2                    "Speaking of Suez," No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 1
  [U.S. consumption of meat], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                  [Suez Canal], No. 209 (Nov. 1956); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1                   [Israeli attack on/Suez Canal], No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 1
  "Cooperation vs. Competition," No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2             Einstein, Albert
  [in the post-war world], No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 2                     [on Gandhi], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1
  "Boom Bust War," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2                             [on atomic power], No. 106 (Jun. 1946); 1
  "The Four P's: Profits, Prices, Politics, Peace," No. 126 (Jun.     "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
         1948); 1                                                   Eisenhower, Dwight D.
  [currency reform in Germany], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2                [editorial on], No. 174 (Apr. 1953); 1
  [in the post-war world], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2                     "Ike is Right," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 1
  [Cold War aspects of], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1                       [on war], No. 192 (Feb. 1955); 2
  [effects of militarism on], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 2                  [on nuclear weapons], No. 194 (Apr. 1955); 1
  [currency reform in Germany], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1               [on Egypt], No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 1
  "Is the World Big Enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug.            [letter to re: disarmament], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 2
         1949); 1                                                     [inaugural address], No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 1
  [devaluation of the £], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 2                      [on disarmament], No. 215 (May 1957); 1
  [parallels between 1939 and 1949], No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 1           [on "clean" bombs], No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 1
  [price supports], No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 2                            [on peace], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 1
  [world economic reconstruction], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2             [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
  [in the post-war world], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 1                     [letters from the Soviet Union], No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 2
  "Essay for Our Times VI," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 2                   "Should the United States Give Away H-Bombs?", No. 225
  [European wages], No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 1                                   (May 1958); 1
  "Total Danger," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 1                             "The Fourth Nation Problem," No. 226a (Jul. 1958); 2
  ["Turning Points Toward Peace"], No. 200 (Dec. 1955); 1             [Khrushchev], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1
  [Algeria/U.S. standard of living], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2           [Middle East message], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
  [letter to the editor], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2                      [suspension of nuclear tests/Khruschev visit], No. 237 (Sep.
  [recession], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2                                        1959); 1
  "Last Years?", No. 231 (Jan. 1959); 1                               "Churches and Peace," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4
  "If I Were Secretary of State," No. 235 (May 1959); 3               "The Participation of the U.S. in the World Court," No. 242
  "The Role of Arms Makers," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 1                          (Feb. 1960); 3
  "What Would Peace Do To Our Economy?", No. 237 (Sep.              Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Continued)
         1959); 2                                                     "Start of a Good Will Tour," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2
  [food supply], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2                               [on downing of U-2 plane], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 1
  [wealth], No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 1                                    [student demonstrations in Japan], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1                    [nuclear missiles in the Philippines], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
  "Crumbling Bastions," No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 2                        [on nuclear tests and weapons], No. 247 (Sep. 1960); 1, 2
  See also blockades and embargoes; business and                      [UN General Assembly/Panama], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1
         industry; taxation; trade                                  Eisenhower Administration
Eddy, Sherwood                                                        [Korean War], No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1
  [on China], No. 205 (May 1956); 1                                   "Oil and Peace," No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 2
Eden, Anthony                                                         "Puzzle of the Palestine," No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1
  [and the UN], No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 2                                [joint chiefs of staff], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2
education                                                           Eldridge, Ruth
  [SPC peace school proposed], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1                  "State Peace Council Officers," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1
  [High School Victory Corps], No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 2, No. 73        elections
         (Mar. 1943); 1                                               [in Syracuse], No. 8 (Oct. 1936); 1, No. 9 (Nov. 1936); 1


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  "Demand Action," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1                               [downing of U-2 plane], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 1, No. 246a (Jul.
  "You can do something...", No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1                            1960); 1, No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
  "Political Notes," No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1                           Estherly, Claude R.
  "In Reply," No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1                                    "Missing," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1
  "There are Alternatives," No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1                    Estonia
  "Peace Planks for Party Platforms," No. 46 (Jun. 1940); 1            [German-Russian War], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
  "In the Coming Election," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 1                      [immigration], No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 1
  [poll taxes], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1, No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1, No.   Europe
         80 (Dec. 1943); 1, No. 85 (May 1944); 1                       [at war], No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 2
  "Election is Coming," No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 2                         "An American Looks at Europe," No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  "Conscription Outlook," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2                       "There are Alternatives," No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1
  "The Conventions are Over ...", No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 2              "We are in Greater Danger from Hysteria Than From Hitler,"
  ["Turning Points Toward Peace"], No. 200 (Dec. 1955); 1                     No. 45 (May 1940); 1
  "Before You Vote," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 1                           [refugees in], No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1
  [party affiliation], No. 215 (May 1957); 2                           "Modern Military Science," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1
  "Here's What Was Said About American Political Campaigns,"           "Chain Gang Democracy," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1
         No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1                                        [freedom from want], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1
  [African American voting rights], No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1             [famine in], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2, No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
Electric Bond & Share                                                  "A Broken Germany: An Impoverished Europe," No. 68 (Aug.
  "Protection For Whom?", No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1                               1942); 1
Elliott, Phillipps P.                                                  "Hope for the Hungry," No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 1
  "Heard at Anti-War Rally in New York City," No. 48 (Oct.             "And While the Fight Goes on They Starve," No. 71 (Jan.
         1940); 1                                                             1943); 1
Emanuel Episcopal Church                                               [famine in], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
  [prayer for peace], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1                          [in the post-war world], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 2
embargoes. See blockades and embargoes                                 [sovereignty of], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1
Emergency Peace Campaign (EPC)                                         ["Gillette-Taft Resolution"], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
  "In Syracuse," No. 5 (May 1936); 1                                   "Innocent Die," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1
  “E.P.C. Speakers,” No. 9 (Nov. 1936); 1                              [famine in], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2
  [opening of downtown office], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                  [in the post-war world], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 1
  “Emergency Peace Campaign in Syracuse,” No. 13 (Mar.                 "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
         1937); 1                                                      [famine in], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2
emigration and immigration                                             "A Report on Wartime England," No. 85 (May 1944); 2
  "Witches' Cauldron Here at Home," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2              "Alternate Proposals," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1
  ["Asiatic Exclusion Act"], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2, No. 77 (Sep.      "Post War Problems are People," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2
         1943); 2, No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1                               [comments about by Libby], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2
  [India], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1                                       [letter to the editor], No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 2
  ["Asiatic Exclusion Act"], No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2                     "Boom in Real Estate," No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1
  "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2              "More About Conscription," No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 1
  [Estonia], No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 1                                    [clothing donations], No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 2
  [U.S. obligation to European refugees], No. 115 (May 1947); 1        [V-E Day], No. 95 (May 1945); 1
  ["Stratton Bill"], No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 1, No. 119 (Nov. 1947);      "Solution in Asia," No. 95 (May 1945); 2
         1, No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1                                     [V-E Day/war refugees], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1
  "Plymouth Rock 1949," No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1                         [in the post-war world], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 2
  ["Displaced Persons Act"], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 1                    "Statement on the War in the Pacific," No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2
  ['Internal Security Act"], No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 1, No. 167          "Cost of Victory," No. 96b (Aug. 1945); 2
         (Sep. 1952); 1, No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 2, No. 185 (May          [famine in], No. 98 (Oct. 1945); 1
         1954); 2, No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2                              [food and nutrition], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1
entertainment industry                                                 [famine in], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2, No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2,
  "Movie News," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1                                         No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1
  [Sherwood's "There Shall Be No Night"], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2
  [boycott of movie houses in Greensboro, N.C.], No. 215 (May        Europe (Continued)
         1957); 2                                                      [clothing donations], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 2
  "Open Germs and Hidden Viruses," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1             [famine in/POWs], No. 105 (May 1946); 1
  See also film and motion picture industry                            "The March of Famine," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 2
epidemics                                                              [famine in], No. 106 (Jun. 1946); 2, No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1
  [in Europe], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                                   [famine and refugees in], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2
  "And While the Fight Goes on They Starve," No. 71 (Jan.              "Eastward the Course of Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1
         1943); 1                                                      [famine in], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1, No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1,
Episcopal Church                                                             No. 115 (May 1947); 1, No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 2, No. 116b
  [prayer for peace], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1                                (Aug. 1947); 2
  [Koinonia Farm, GA], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2                          [CARE donations for], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2
espionage                                                              [recovery in], No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  "Barbed Wire for Us?", No. 35 (May 1939); 1                          "Shame," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1
  "Spy Scare," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1                                  [Marshall Plan], No. 126 (Jun. 1948); 2, No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 1
  "Owen Lattimore," No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1                             [creation of NATO/Marshall Plan], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
  [AFSC on], No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 2                                    [NATO and Western Europe], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 2
  [letter to the editor], No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 2                       "While Millions Starve," No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 2
  [wiretapping], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 2, No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 2        [clothing donations], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 1
  "Khruschev, Dulles, Agree," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1                   "Without Hope," No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 2


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  [clothing donations], No. 143 (Mar. 1950); 2                     FBI
  [refugees in], No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1                              "UN - FBI," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2
  [Marshall Plan], No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 1                          Federal Council of Churches
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1                    "Are We Afraid To Do Justice?", No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2
  [POWs], No. 173 (Mar. 1953); 2                                      [Potsdam Conference], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2
  [public opinion poll], No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 2                      [U.S. attacks of Hiroshima and Nagasaki], No. 103 (Mar.
  "What They Say About Us," No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1                           1946); 1
  "Moods of Europe," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 2                          "To Abolish," No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1                   See also National Council of Churches (NCC); New York
  "EDC to EDA," No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 1                                       State Council of Churches; Syracuse Council of
  "Before You Vote," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 1                                 Churches
  "He Who is Sinless," No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1                     Federal Republic of Germany. See Germany (West)
  "How Can Greater Freedom Best Be Encouraged in Eastern           Federal Union, Inc.
        Europe?", No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 1                              [World Government Week in Syracuse], No. 131 (Jan. 1949);
  "Khruschev at the UN," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1                              1
  See also name of country                                         Federation of American Scientists
European Defence Community (EDC)                                      "Should the United States Give Away H-Bombs?", No. 225
  "EDC to EDA," No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 1                                       (May 1958); 2
Evans, William Bacon                                                  "Scientists & Test Ban," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 1
  [poem by], No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 2                                Federation of Inter-Racial Groups
Evertz, Emil                                                          [SPC statement of policy], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1
  "New Clothing Depot Opens," No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 1               "Feinberg Law"
executive power                                                       "The Party Line," No. 165 (May 1952); 2
  [FDR and the Supreme Court], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1               Fell, Herbert
  [executive orders issued by FDR], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1             "Essay For Our Times, IV," No. 155 (May 1951); 2
  [authority to send U.S. troops to the Middle East], No. 212      Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)
        (Feb. 1957); 1                                                [donations for refugees], No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1
  See also name of president or administration                        [SPC statement of policy], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1
exports. See trade                                                    "Notes From the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2
                                                                      [Japan FOR], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 2
F                                                                     "Report from China," No. 185 (May 1954); 1
"Fair Employment Practices Act"                                       [meets with NYSPC], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 2
  [and discrimination in industry], No. 85 (May 1944); 1, No. 86      [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2
        (Jun. 1944); 1                                                [International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR)], No. 238
  [New York State], No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2                                    (Oct. 1959); 1
  [Truman approval of], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2                     Fight for Freedom, Inc.
famine                                                                "Bishop's Crusade," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 1
  [physical and mental effects of], No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1          film and motion picture industry
  [U.S. food surplus], No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1                         "Movie News," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1
  [Food-for-China program], No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 2                    "Hollywood," No. 13 (Mar. 1937); 1
  See also under name of country                                      [anti-war radio appeal of Clark Gable], No. 19 (Nov. 1937); 1
Far East                                                              "Beware of These!", No. 49 (Nov. 1940); 1
  [public opinion poll], No. 25 (May 1938); 2                         [and racism], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1
  "Solution in Asia," No. 95 (May 1945); 2                            [Darryl Zanuck enlists], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1
  "No Secret Agreements??", No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1                    [Finnish film], No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 1
  "Eastward the Course of Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1             [AFSC film], No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2
  [clothing donations], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 1                        [letter to the editor], No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 2
  See also name of country
Farmer, Jim                                                        film and motion picture industry (Continued)
  "The Workshop," No. 85 (May 1944); 1                                [boycott of movie houses in Greensboro, N.C.], No. 215 (May
farming                                                                      1957); 2
  [seeds to Finland], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1                          "Films and Tapes," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2
  "Grapes of Wrath," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1                           [AFSC docu-drama], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2
  [National Farmers Union], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2                 Fineletter, Thomas K.
  ["Tanks for Tractors" program], No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1, No.         [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1
        182 (Feb. 1954); 1                                         Finland
  [food surplus], No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1                              "Let Not Your Right Hand," No. 41 (Jan. 1940); 1
  [UK milk ban], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2                               [letter to the editor], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
fascism                                                               [German-Russian War], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
  "Sentence Summaries," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1                         [Churchill's comments on], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2
  "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1           [Sherwood's "There Shall Be No Night"], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2
  "After Munich -- What?", No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1                      [donation of seeds to], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1, No. 117 (Sep.
  "There are Alternatives," No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1                            1947); 1
  "Chain Gang Democracy," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1                       [film from], No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 1
  "The Basic Cause of War and Fascism," No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2      First Baptist Church
  "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1                  "Institute for Post War Order," No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 2
  "Shall We Let Hitler Set the Fashion?", No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2    flags
  "Note of Hope," No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 2                             [U.S. Supreme Court], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1
  "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2                           [saluting of in schools], No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1                   [UN flag], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 2


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   "Panama Flag," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2                                [war industry of], No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1
Flagstad, Kirsten                                                       [German-Russian War], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
   "More on the Arts," No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1                          [food donations for], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 2
Flanders Field Fund                                                     [famine in], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1, 2
   "Increases," No. 9 (Nov. 1936); 1                                    [clothing donations], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 2
   “Flanders Field Fund,” No. 13 (Mar. 1937); 1                         "Freedom for All," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2
floods                                                                  [and de Gaulle], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2
   [in the Northeast U.S.], No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 2                      [letter to the editor], No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 2
Flynn, John T.                                                          "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
   [referendum on war or peace], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2                  [war prisoners], No. 105 (May 1946); 1
   "National Anti-War Congress," No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2                  "POW's," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
food and nutrition                                                      "Signs of the Times," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1
   "Battle Over Beef," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 2                            [in the post-war world], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2
   [rationing], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2                                   [letter to the editor], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2
   [corn surplus/sugar rationing], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2                [Bao Ðai in French Indo-China], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2
   [food safety rumors], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2                          [rearmament of Germany], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 2
   [sugar rationing], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1                             [deaths of Indo-Chinese], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 1
   [corn surplus/sugar rationing], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1                "Essay for Our Times VI," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 2
   [sugar rationing], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1                             [wages in], No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 1
   [as a weapon], No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 1                                 [four-power conference], No. 165 (May 1952); 1
   "Food for Europe," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1                             "'Peace Contract': What Price?", No. 166a (Jul. 1952); 2
   "Less Food," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                                    [military parade], No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 1
   [food production], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1                            [public opinion poll], No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 2
   [consumption of meat in the U.S.], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2            [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1
   [U.S. diet], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1                                  "La Sale Guerre," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 1
   "Specimen Diets," No. 106 (Jun. 1946); 2                             [Africa], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 2
   "Peace Comes to Germany," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1                    [reunification of Germany], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
   [in Austria], No. 115 (May 1947); 1                                  "As It Looks to Africa," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2
   "When There is No Peace," No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 2                     [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 2
   "Bread and Peace," No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2                            "Before You Vote," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 1
   "Shame," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1                                      [Egypt], No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 1
   [world food supply], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2                          [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
   "While Millions Starve," No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 2                      [nuclear protests in], No. 225 (May 1958); 1
   [trout], No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2                                      [Africa], No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 1
   "Food for Peace," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2                             [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2
   See also famine                                                      "U.S. Cultural Programs," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2
forced labor                                                            See also name of colony
   [and war prisoners], No. 105 (May 1946); 1                        Free India Committee
Ford, George B.                                                         [India Independence Day], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 2
   "Report From Japan," No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1                       freedom
Ford, Henry                                                             "Our Four Freedoms," No. 57 (Sep. 1941); 1
   "Mister Ford Looks at World War II," No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 1          "The Four Freedoms at Home," No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1
Ford, Henry II                                                          "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2
   "Trade and Diplomacy," No. 215 (May 1957); 1                         [German Americans], No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 1
Ford, Irene L.                                                          "Boom in Real Estate," No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1
   [SPC office secretary], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                        "Subversive Activities Control Act," No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2
   "Forward to 15," No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 1                              [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1
foreign aid. See economic assistance; military assistance            freedom (Continued)
Formosa                                                                 [study of defense policies on individual freedom], No. 217
   [Chinese Nationalist Government withdraws to], No. 142 (Feb.                (Sep. 1957); 2
          1950); 2                                                      See also civil rights; human rights
   [U.S. foreign policy in], No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 1, No. 174 (Apr.   freedom of religion
          1953); 1                                                      "A Statement From the Executive Committee of the Council,"
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1                           No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 2
   [reprint of editorial on], No. 192 (Feb. 1955); 1                    "Worship," No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1
   "British Opinion," No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1                            [U.S. Supreme Court], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2
   "Free Press or USed Press," No. 194 (Apr. 1955); 1                   [Jehovah's Witnesses], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2
   "Still Speaking of Formosa," No. 194 (Apr. 1955); 2                  [U.S. Supreme Court], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1
   "Hinge of History," No. 196 (Jun. 1955); 1                           [SPC statement of policy], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1                     "Freedom to Worship," No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1
   "Exchange With Richard Nixon," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 3             freedom of speech
Fowler, Albert                                                          ["Military Defection Bill"], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1
   "Hearty Thanks," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 2                               [Norman Thomas series on censorship], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1
Fox, Byron                                                              [censorship of news media], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2
   [NYSPC conference], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1                           [and democracy], No. 65 (May 1942); 2
   [SPC lecture], No. 225 (May 1958); 2                                 [U.S. Supreme Court], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2, No. 76 (Jun.
Frakes, Margaret                                                               1943); 1
   "Comics No Longer Comic," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                       [censorship of famine in India], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 2
France                                                                  [censorship of publishing industry], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2
   [Spanish refugees in], No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1                         "Subversive Activities Control Act," No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2


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  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1                German Democratic Republic. See Germany (East)
  [AFSC conference cancellation], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1          German Women's Congress for Peace
  "Free Press or USed Press," No. 194 (Apr. 1955); 1               [conference of], No. 115 (May 1947); 1
  [ban on artwork], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2                        Germany
“freedom of the seas"                                              [trade agreements], No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
  ["Military Defection Bill"], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1                [anti-Semitism/German Air Force], No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1
Freeman, Harrop A.                                                 "Get Ready for the 76th Congress," No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1
  [NYSPC], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1                                  [war industry of France], No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 2, No. 213       "Chain Gang Democracy," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1
         (Mar. 1957); 2, No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                    "The Vicious Circle," No. 49 (Nov. 1940); 1
  [AFSC "Round-Up" lecture], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1                "Battle Over Beef," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 2
Freeman, Ruth                                                      [receives copper shipment], No. 55 (May 1941); 1
  "State Peace Council Officers," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1           [threat to Iceland], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
French, Paul Comly                                                 [U.S. diplomatic relations with], No. 57 (Sep. 1941); 1
  [on peacetime military training], No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 2          [food for prisoners in], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2
Friedman, Richard                                                  "At Home," No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1                 "A Broken Germany: An Impoverished Europe," No. 68 (Aug.
Fromm, Erich                                                              1942); 1
  [understanding of political events], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 2      [taxation], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1
Fultonville (NY)                                                   "And While the Fight Goes on They Starve," No. 71 (Jan.
  "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                           1943); 1
                                                                   "Comics No Longer Comic," No. 75 (May 1943); 1
G                                                                  [and a united Europe], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1
Gable, Clark                                                       [Prussia and Rhineland], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 1
  [anti-war radio appeal of], No. 19 (Nov. 1937); 1                [in the post-war world], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 1
Gandhi, Mahatma                                                    "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
  [on the post-war world], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2                   "Alternate Proposals," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1
  "Between the Lines," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1                       [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 2
  [comments about by Albert Einstein], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1       [in the post-war world], No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 2
  "Hope is Not Dead," No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1                       "Boom in Real Estate," No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1
  [death of], No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1                               "The Talk of the Town," No. 95 (May 1945); 1
  "His Soul Goes Marching On," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1              [in the post-war world], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 2
Gandhi, Manilal                                                    "Statement on the War in the Pacific," No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2
  [in South Africa], No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 2                        [war refugees], No. 98 (Oct. 1945); 1
  "Cry, The Beloved Country," No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 2               [food and nutrition in], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1
gardening                                                          [maintaining forces in], No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 2
  [seeds to Finland], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1, No. 117 (Sep.        [famine in], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2
        1947); 1                                                   [political prisoners in], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2
gas masks                                                          [famine in], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1
  "Preparedness for Profits," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 1                [war prisoners], No. 105 (May 1946); 1
Gaulle, Charles de                                                 [Peace/POWs/famine in], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
  [new regime in France], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2                    "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
General Electric Co.                                               [refugees in], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 2
  "Merchants of Death," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2                      [wartime budget], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1
  "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1                         "Eastward the Course of Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1
General Motors Co.                                                Germany (Continued)
  "General Motors on the War in Europe," No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1    [CARE packages for], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1
  [war contracts], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1                           [German Women's Congress for Peace/famine in], No. 115
  "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                       (May 1947); 1
Geneva Conventions                                                 [CARE packages for], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1
  "Korea: A Friend's View," No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1                 [famine in/German-Polish relations], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 2
Geneva talks                                                       "When There is No Peace," No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 2
  "Disarmament Talks Fail," No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1, No. 219        "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2
        (Nov. 1957); 1                                             "As Others See U.S.", No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 1
  "If We Say We Have No Sin," No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 2               "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  "Geneva Recess Over," No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 2                     [U.S. understanding of issues facing], No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1
  "They Are Still Talking!", No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 1              Germany (East)
  "Spring, 1960," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2                           [letter to the editor], No. 166a (Jul. 1952); 2
  "Which Comes First?", No. 245 (May 1960); 2                      [rearmament], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1, No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1
  "But It Was To Protect U.S. and Others," No. 246 (Jun. 1960);    [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1
        1                                                          "German Quakers," No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2
  "More Talks Break Up," No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 1                   [disarmament], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 1
  "Bethe's Case for Ending Tests," No. 247 (Sep. 1960); 1          [reunification of with West], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
Georgia                                                            "Divided City," No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 1
  [Koinonia Farm], No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 2, No. 214 (Apr. 1957);   Germany (West)
        2, No. 215 (May 1957); 3, No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2, No.      [currency reform in], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2
        221 (Jan. 1958); 2                                         [Berlin airlift], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 2
germ warfare. See biological and chemical warfare                  [currency reform in], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
German Americans                                                   [donations for], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 2
  [banishment of], No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 1


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  [rearmament], No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 2, No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 2,        Gray, Lena M.
         No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1, 2, No. 156 (Jun. 1951); 1               [NYSPC], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1, No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2, No.
  [refugees in], No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1                                        193 (Mar. 1955); 1
  [rearmament], No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1                                  "State Peace Council Officers," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1
  "Essay for Our Times VI," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 2                      "New Officers," No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 4
  [plans for a draft army], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 2                     Great Britain
  [Krupp Steel Works], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                            [British Navy], No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1
  [conscription/rearmament/Krupp Steel Works], No. 166a (Jul.            [shipment of arms to], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
         1952); 1                                                        "Let Us Not Pray," No. 45 (May 1940); 1
  [rearmament], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 2                                   "Out of the Mouths of Britons," No. 46 (Jun. 1940); 1
  [U.S. army in], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1                                 "Stab in the Back Marked "U.S.A.'", No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1
  [Krupp Steel Works], No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1                            "Plan in Panic," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1                      [neutrality], No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1
  [public opinion poll], No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 2                         "News From Brittain," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2
  [rearmament], No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1                                   "Johnson Act" [re: war debts]/[World War I], No. 49 (Nov.
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1                             1940); 1
  "German Quakers," No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2                               ["Johnson Act"], No. 51 (Jan. 1941); 1
  [Krupp Steel Works/rearmament], No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 1                 [turns down proposal for food], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2
  [letter to the editor], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1                         [Navy], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 1
  [toy aircraft], No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 1                                 [U.S. base in Northern Ireland], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
  [militarism/disarmament], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 1                       [food and medicine donations for/travel abroad], No. 59 (Nov.
  [reunification of with East], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1                          1941); 2
  [Friendship House], No. 205 (May 1956); 1                              [defense industry exempt from U.S. taxation], No. 61 (Jan.
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 2                             1942); 2
  "Army in Wonderland," No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 2                           [epidemics in], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
  [rearmament], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1                                   [new media], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2
  [nuclear protesting in], No. 225 (May 1958); 1                         "India in Revolution," No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 1
  "Divided City," No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 1                                 "Imperialists on the March," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 1
  "U.S. Cultural Programs," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2                       [imperialism], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1
Ghana                                                                    "A Program of Action," No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
  "Things To Know About Ghana," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 2                   [India], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 2, No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2                       [in the post-war world], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2, No. 82 (Feb.
Gibbs, Margaret Tuesdale                                                        1944); 1
  [poem by], No. 45 (May 1940); 1                                        [censorship of famine in India], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 2
"Gillette-Taft Resolution"                                               "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
  [feeding of Europe's children], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                  "A Report on Wartime England," No. 85 (May 1944); 2
Gilman, Florence Perkins                                                 [code leak (letter to the editor)], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1
  [poem by], No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 1                                       "Boom in Real Estate," No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1
Glenn Martin Co.                                                         "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2
  "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                      "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
gold and silver reserves                                                 [new world order], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1
  "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1              [Japan's surrender], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2
  "After Munich -- What?", No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1                         [and the UN], No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 2
"Gold Star Day"                                                          "Bread and Peace," No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1
  [Gold Star Mother's Day], No. 17 (Sep. 1937); 1                        [British Peace Council/war prisoners], No. 105 (May 1946); 1
Golden Rule
  [protests nuclear testing in the Pacific], No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2,   Great Britain (Continued)
         No. 225 (May 1958); 1, No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1, No. 233          [peace/POWs], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
         (Mar. 1959); 3                                                  "British Observation on Bikini Island," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 1
Goldstein, Rabbi Sidney E.                                               [famine in Europe], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1
  "Heard at Anti-War Rally in New York City," No. 48 (Oct.               [malnutrition in], No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 2
         1940); 1                                                        [international position of], No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 2
Gollancz, Victor                                                         "As Others See U.S.", No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 1
  [letter to the editor], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 2                         [U.S. understanding of issues facing], No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1
Good Neighbor Policy                                                     [devaluation of the £], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 2
  "Peace Planks for Party Platforms," No. 46 (Jun. 1940); 1              "Alternative to Atomic War," No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 2
  [comments about by Libby], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2                       [Bao Ðai in French Indo-China], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2
government                                                               [Society of Friends in], No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1
  "Impeachment of Secretaries Knox and Stimson Asked For,"               "Dilemma in Britain," No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 2
         No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1                                          [enlists boys for a battalion/four-powers conference], No. 165
  [world government], No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 1, 2, No. 94 (Apr.                    (May 1952); 1
         1945); 1, No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1, No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 2,       [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1
         No. 106 (Jun. 1946); 1, No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1, No. 111        "Brotherhood Not Bombs," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 1
         (Jan. 1947); 1, 2                                               "British Opinion," No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1
  [World Government Week], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1                        ["No H-Bomb" candidate], No. 194 (Apr. 1955); 1
  [world government], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1, No. 161 (Jan.             [reunification of Germany], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
         1952); 1, No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1                                "As It Looks to Africa," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2
  [open government], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2                              "Bombs Bursting in Air," No. 205 (May 1956); 2
Granger, Lester                                                          [Arab-Israeli relations], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1                       [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 2


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  [Egypt], No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 1                                    [demonstration against civil defense], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3
  "Britain Ending the Draft," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1               Harris, Paul, Jr.
  [atomic war], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1                               [NYS Peace Workers conference], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1
  [nuclear testing], No. 218 (Oct. 1957); 1                          "Want Not - Will Not," No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1
  "New View Heard in London," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1                 "A Backward Glance," No. 50 (Dec. 1940); 1
  [milk ban in], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2                            Hartsough, Ray
  [defense against nuclear attack], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 1           "Not UMT but CRP," No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1
  [nuclear protesting in], No. 225 (May 1958); 1                     "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.
  "Cyprus Still a War Island," No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 2                      1959); 3
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2                 Hashimoto, Hideo
  "U.S. Cultural Programs," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2                   [on detainment of Japanese Americans], No. 76b (Aug. 1943);
  See also name of colony                                                  2
Greece                                                             Hatch, Everett N.
  [donations from Turkey], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2                     [World Government Week in Syracuse], No. 131 (Jan. 1949);
  [famine in], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2, No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                1
  "And While the Fight Goes on They Starve," No. 71 (Jan.          H-bomb. See hydrogen bomb
         1943); 1                                                  health
  "Feed the Starving," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                         [medical supplies for Europe], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2
  [famine in], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 2                                 [epidemics], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
  "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2                      [U.S. hospital ship], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2
  [Truman Doctrine], No. 115 (May 1947); 1, No. 126 (Jun.            [venereal disease], No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 2
         1948); 2, No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1                            [epidemics], No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 1
Greenland                                                            [tuberculosis], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2
  "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2                      [venereal disease], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
Greensboro (NC)                                                      ["atomic disease"], No. 146a (Jul. 1950); 2
  "Equality," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2                                  ["Turning Points Toward Peace"], No. 200 (Dec. 1955); 1
  [boycott of movie houses in], No. 215 (May 1957); 2                [radiation fallout], No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2, No. 210 (Dec.
Griggs, Earl N.                                                            1956); 1
  [opening of Syracuse EPC office], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1            [World Health Organization (WHO)], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
Gromyko, Andrei                                                      "Radioactivity Has Effects," No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
  [Quaker mission to Moscow], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1                 [U.S. medical knowledge in the Philippines], No. 248 (Oct.
Guam                                                                       1960); 2
  "Did You Help," No. 35 (May 1939); 1                               "A-Bomb Effects," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 2
Guatemala                                                            See also famine; food and nutrition
  "Behind the Headlines," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 1                  Heath, Leslie
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1                  [clothing donations], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 1, No. 82 (Feb.
  [coup in], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1                                       1944); 2
  "Cuba," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1                                   Heidelberg War Resisters Group
Gupta, Brijen                                                        "What Would You Do If ... ?", No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1                Hendricks Chapel (SU)
"Gurney-Wadsworth Bill"                                              [SPC cooperation with], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
  [conscription], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1, No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2,
         No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2

                                                                   Henry, Thomas B.
H                                                                    [on hunger], No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1
Hagedorn, Hermann                                                  Herald-Journal. See Syracuse Herald-Journal
  [poem by], No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 1                                 Herring, Hubert C.
Hague Convention                                                     "Sentence Summaries," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1
  "Return - How Long," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1                       Hertzberg, Sidney
Halifax, Lord                                                        "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
  "Candid Conference," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 2                       Hess, Rudolf
Hall, Martin                                                         "Peace Rumors," No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1                 High School Victory Corps
  [outlines policy toward Soviet Union], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 2      "Victory?", No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 2
Hamilton (NY)                                                        [mission of], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1
  "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.              Higinbothan, William A.
         1959); 4                                                    [arms race], No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2
Hancock, Clarence E.                                               Hill, Ruth E.
  [SPC interview with], No. 8 (Oct. 1936); 1                         [on shipments of arms], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  ["Super-Navy Bill"], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1                       "Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"
  "Letters Do Count," No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1                          "What To Do This Month," No. 11 (Jan. 1937); 1
  "Political Notes," No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1                           "Of First Importance," No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1
  "In Reply," No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1                                  "If You Want Peace...", No. 13 (Mar. 1937); 1
  "Peace Action," No. 41 (Jan. 1940); 1                              "The IMP," No. 14 (Apr. 1937); 1
  "Week After Week the Great Fight Against Conscription Goes         [what parents can do about conscription], No. 16 (Jun. 1937);
         On," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1                                       1
Hand, Learned                                                        [public opinion poll], No. 25 (May 1938); 2
  [on civil rights in education], No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1             "In Reply," No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1
Harper College                                                       "Marching as to War," No. 51 (Jan. 1941); 1


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  [repeal of], No. 58 (Oct. 1941); 1                                "Students on the March," No. 245 (May 1960); 2
  "Guest Editorial by F.D. Roosevelt," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 1        See also civil rights
  "Painless Conscription," No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 1                 Humphrey, Hubert H.
Hindus                                                              [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2
  "Hope is Not Dead," No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1                        "Mainland China Involved," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1                 "Food for Peace," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2
Hinshaw, Cecil                                                    Hungary
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1                  "Quick Shift," No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2
  [on the U.S. Air Force], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1                   [Soviet Union in], No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 1
Hiroshima                                                           "How Can Greater Freedom Best Be Encouraged in Eastern
  [bombing of], No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 1                                     Europe?", No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 1
  "High Time to Repent," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1                     "Khruschev at the UN," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1
  "Hiroshima," No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1                            Hussein, King
  [anniversary], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1, No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 1     [recognizes Iraq], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
  [World Day of Prayer], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 1, No. 146a (Jul.   Husted, Paul
         1950); 1                                                   [SPC meeting], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1
  [anniversary], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 2                           Hutchinson, Paul
  "On Hiroshima and Nagasaki," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 2              [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1
  "A-bomb Effects," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 2                          [lecture by], No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1, No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  "Missing," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1                               hydrogen bomb
Hitler, Adolf                                                       "Battle of the Bomb," No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 2
  "Over UGY's Farm Forum Program July 5th," No. 46a (Jul.           [U.S. announcement of], No. 143 (Mar. 1950); 1
         1940); 1                                                   "An Experience in Living," No. 185 (May 1954); 2
  "Trap Shooting," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 1                            "Total Danger," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 1
  "War Guilt," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2                                "H-Bomb Headlines," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 2
  "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2                         "Hard Facts," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2
Ho Chih Minh                                                        "Bombs Bursting in Air," No. 205 (May 1956); 2
  [Indo-China], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 1                              "Three Problems," No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1
Holdridge, General H. C.                                            [National Academy of Sciences on], No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2
  "Infantry Outmoded," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                       [civil defense and], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1
  "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1                          "Albert Schweitzer Declaration," No. 215 (May 1957); 2
Holland. See Netherlands                                            "Whither Ethical Values?', No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 1
Holland, Lucy                                                       "Is All Defense Obsolete?", No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1
  [SPC appreciation of], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1                       "Should the United States Give Away H-Bombs?", No. 225
Hollywood (CA)                                                             (May 1958); 1
  "Movie News," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1
  ["The Glory Command"], No. 13 (Mar. 1937); 1                    I
  [anti-war radio appeal of Clark Gable], No. 19 (Nov. 1937); 1   Iceland
  "Beware of These!", No. 49 (Nov. 1940); 1                           [occupation of], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
  See also film and motion picture industry                           "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
Holmes, Jesse                                                     Illinois
  [SPC forum speaker], No. 31 (Jan. 1939); 1                          [riot against Jehovah's Witnesses], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2
Hong Kong                                                             [race riot], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
  "Imperialists on the March," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 1                  [adoption and religion], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                 Ilsley, Frida
  [in the post-war world], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2                      [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 2
Hoover, J. Edgar                                                  immigration. See emigration and immigration
  "Khruschev, Dulles, Agree," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1              impeachment
Hopi Indians                                                          "Impeachment of Secretaries Knox and Stimson Asked For,"
  [and military service], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                             No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
Hopkins, Harry                                                    imperialism
  [War Manpower Commission], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 2                    "The False Issue...A Red Herring," No. 25 (May 1938); 1
Hornell (NY)                                                          "Why not?", No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 1
  "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                       "Imperialists on the March," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 1
Houser, George                                                        [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1                   [in the post-war world], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1, No. 81 (Jan.
housing                                                                      1944); 2
  [in Detroit], No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 2                                "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
  [and racism], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1                                [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1
Hull, Cordell                                                         "The Affair Wallace," No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1
  [on opposition to war], No. 11 (Jan. 1937); 1                       See also colonization
  "Behind Moscow," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1                          imports. See trade
Hull, Spehr                                                       India
  [letter to the editor], No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 2                      "Britain Must Choose," No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2
human rights                                                          "India Today," No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2
  "Six Point Minimum Program," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 2                  [intervention in], No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 1
  "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1                      "India in Revolution," No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 1
  [Geneva Conventions], No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1                        "Imperialists on the March," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 1
  "Albert Schweitzer Declaration," No. 215 (May 1957); 2              [and Great Britain], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1
  [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1              ["Asiatic Exclusion Act"], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2


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  [famine in], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 2, No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1             "Boom Bust War," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2
  "White Man's Burden," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2                        Ingram, Kenneth
  [famine in/Gandhi and Nehru/in a post war world], No. 81 (Jan.        "Inside Moscow," No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 2
         1944); 2                                                    Inland Steel Co.
  [famine in/India Independence Day], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 2             "The Communist Challenge," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2
  "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1                 Inman, Samuel Guy
  "Charter, Charter," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2                             [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1
  [immigration/Gandhi freed/Nehru refuses invitation to visit        Institute of Pacific Relations
         U.S.], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1                                   "Another Pearl Harbor," No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
  [comments about Gandhi by Albert Einstein], No. 88 (Oct.           Institute of Public Opinion
         1944); 1                                                       "What Do You Think?", No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 2
  [freedom of], No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 2                                Inter-Church Committee
  "Gandhi Speaks," No. 95 (May 1945); 2                                 [All-Women's Peace Council], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1
  "The March of Famine," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 2                     intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM)
  "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2                         "The Happy Prospect," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1
  "Hope is Not Dead," No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1                            "Military Posture," No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 2
  [death of Gandhi], No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1                          "Internal Security Act"
  [Nehru on the Dutch East Indies], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1             "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  [famine in], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1, No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 1, No.      [immigration], No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 1
         155 (May 1951); 1, No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 2                      [prison camps], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1
  "His Soul Goes Marching On," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1                   "A 'Britisher' Visits the U.S.A.", No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 2
  "CARE in India," No. 165 (May 1952); 2                                [introduction of], No. 185 (May 1954); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 2                     "A Challenge to Americans," No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2
  [U.S. military aid to Pakistan], No. 181 (Jan. 1954); 1, No. 182   International Cooperation Administration (ICA)
         (Feb. 1954); 2                                                 [aid to underdeveloped countries], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1
  [freedom in], No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1                               International Court of Justice
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1, No. 196b           "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
         (Aug. 1955); 1                                                 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 2
  "India, Key to Asia," No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 2                          [U.S. cases in], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 2                     "The Participation of the U.S. in the World Court," No. 242
  "Before You Vote," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 1                                   (Feb. 1960); 3
  "Issues on Foreign Aid," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1                       [and Cuba], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1
  "The USA and Dictatorships," No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 2                International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR)
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1                      "Reflections and Random Thoughts," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1
  [downing of U-2 plane], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                       See also Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)
India League of America                                              International Labor Organization (ILO)
  [immigration], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1                                  "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
Indo-China                                                           international law
  "The March of Famine," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 2                        [world court], No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
  [Bao Ðai in], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2                                  "Return - How Long," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1
  [U.S. foreign policy in], No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 1                      [world court], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 2
  [editorial on], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 1                                "The Difference Between Local and International Police
  "'Peace Contract': What Price?", No. 166a (Jul. 1952); 2                     Force," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 1
  [Laos], No. 186 (Jun. 1954); 1                                     international law (Continued)
  [report on], No. 186 (Jun. 1954); 1                                   "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
  "A Good Example," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 2                             "A Korean Voice," No. 146b (Aug. 1950); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1                     [world court], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4
  "La Sale Guerre," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 1                              "The Participation of the U.S. in the World Court," No. 242
  "China and the U.N.", No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 1                                 (Feb. 1960); 3
  [Formosa], No. 192 (Feb. 1955); 1                                     "International Negotiation," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2
Indonesia                                                               [downing of U-2 plane], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 1, No. 246a (Jul.
  [Dutch East Indies], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2, No. 132 (Feb.                    1960); 1
         1949); 2, No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 2, No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1      [world court], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1
  [public opinion poll], No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 2                        [downing of U-2 plane], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 2                     See also neutrality; treaties; UN
  "Issues on Foreign Aid," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1                    International Red Cross
Industrial Employment Board                                             [clothing donations], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 2
  [loyalty oaths], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1                               [war prisoners], No. 105 (May 1946); 1
Industrial Mobilization Plan (IMP). See "Hill-Sheppard-May              "POW's," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
       Bill"                                                            "The March of Famine," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 2
industrialism                                                           See also American Red Cross
  "Dragon's Run the War; and How," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1             International Rotary
  "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2           "Business Exchange," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1
  "Is the World Big Enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug.           International Woodworkers of America (IWA)
         1949); 1                                                       "Men in Mississippi," No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1
industry. See business and industry                                  internment camps. See concentration and relocation
infant mortality                                                             camps
  "Starvation -- Humor of Fact?", No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2             Iran
inflation                                                               [oil industry], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1
  "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2              [ousting of Mosaddeq], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1


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Iraq                                                                  "The Marines Tell It," No. 95 (May 1945); 1
   [U.S. arms to], No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1                             "Statement on the War in the Pacific," No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2
   [revolt in], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2                               [bombing of Tokyo/V-E Day], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1
"iron curtain"                                                        [Potsdam Conference/V-J Day], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 1
   "A Second Chance," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1                          [famine in], No. 98 (Oct. 1945); 1
   "If," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2                                       [food and nutrition in], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1
   "Through the Iron Curtain," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1                [bombing of Hiroshima/maintaining forces in], No. 100 (Dec.
   See also Cold War                                                         1945); 1
Iroquois Nation                                                       [demilitarization of school system], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 1
   "Domestic Nationalism," No. 239 (Nov. 1959); 1                     [Hiroshima and Nagasaki/Yamashita trial], No. 103 (Mar.
   "Footnote on the Iroquois," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1                        1946); 1
Isaacs, Harold                                                        [political prisoners in], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1                  "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
isolationism. See neutrality                                          [wartime budget], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1
Israel                                                                "Eastward the Course of Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1
   [Palestine], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1, No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1       "Hiroshima," No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1
   [music donations for], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                      "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
   [Palestine], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1                                [Hiroshima], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1
   [border patrols], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1                           [famine in], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 2
   [Egypt/Palestine], No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 1                          [Hiroshima and Nagasaki], No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 1
   [plans for peace], No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 1                          "Switzerland of Asia?", No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 2
   "Middle East Issues," No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2                      [Japanese Christians in], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 2
Italy                                                                 [renounces war], No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 1
   [trade agreements], No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1                          [World Day of Prayer], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 1
   "Stab in the Back Marked "U.S.A.'", No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1         [remilitarization], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2
   "Chain Gang Democracy," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1                      [morale during WWII/World Day of Prayer/deaths from atomic
   [taxation], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1                                         bomb], No. 146a (Jul. 1950); 1
   "Unconditional Surrender," No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                   [deaths from atomic bomb], No. 146a (Jul. 1950); 2
   [in the post-war world], No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 2                     "A Korean Voice," No. 146b (Aug. 1950); 1
   [Mussolini], No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 2                                 [remilitarization], No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1
   [European war refugees], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1                     "Sovereign or Satellite State?", No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 1
   [famine in], No. 98 (Oct. 1945); 2                                 "Return of a Native," No. 160 (Dec. 1951); 2
   [food and nutrition in], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1                     [Korea, Japanese Peace Treaty], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 2
   [famine in], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2                                [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1
   "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2                      "Report From Japan," No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1
   [wartime budget], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1                           "Remember Pearl Harbor," No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 1
   [famine and refugees in], No. 115 (May 1947); 1                    "The Mistake," No. 182 (Feb. 1954); 1
   "As Others See U.S," No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 1                        [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1
   "A World in Revolt," No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 1                        "H-Bomb Headlines," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 2
   [wages in], No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 1                                 "Voice of Experience," No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2
Ithaca (NY)                                                           [rearmament], No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 2
   [NYSPC chapter], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1                            [atomic bomb], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 2
   "What Others Are Doing," No. 208 (Oct. 1956); 1                    "Before You Vote," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 1
J                                                                   Japan (Continued)
Jack, Homer                                                           [expansion of U.S. Air Force base in], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 2
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 2                  [letter to the editor], No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 2
Japan                                                                 "On Hiroshima and Nagasaki," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 2
   [U.S. trade with], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1                            "Crumbling Bastions," No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 2
   [neutrality/boycott of], No. 18 (Oct. 1937); 1                     [student demonstrations in], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3
   [U.S. Navy estimate for cost of war with], No. 20 (Dec. 1937);     "Japan Not Anti-U.S.", No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 2
          1                                                           "Missing," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1
   [sinking of the U.S.S. Panay], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1             Japan Yearly Meeting of Friends
   [armaments/timeline], No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1                        "The Only Thing Wrong," No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 2
   [trade agreements], No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1                        Japanese Americans
   "We Built the German Air Force," No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1             "Another Pearl Harbor," No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
   "Get Ready for the 76th Congress," No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1           [in California], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1, No. 65 (May 1942); 2
   [letter to the editor], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1                      [U.S. concentration camps], No. 66 (Jun. 1942); 1
   [Dutch East Indies], No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 2                         [U.S. citizenship], No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 1
   [war with], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 1                                  [role of Army in detainment of], No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 1
   [FDR on/U.S. food supply/U.S hospital ship], No. 63 (Mar.          "Witches' Cauldron Here at Home," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
          1942); 2                                                    "Looking Backward," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1
   [bombing in], No. 65 (May 1942); 2                                 [locating homes for], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1
   [and China], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1                                 "Freedom for All," No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
   [taxation], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1                                  [children], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1
   "Comics No Longer Comic," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                     "The Workshop," No. 85 (May 1944); 1
   [and the Philippines/Tokyo], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1                [evacuation of], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2
   [in the post-war world], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2                     "Race Relations Department," No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2
   "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1                 "Post Script," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 2
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 2                   "The Marines Tell It," No. 95 (May 1945); 1
   [in the post-war world], No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 2                     [local housing needed], No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 2


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  "A Generous and Timely Act," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 2                Kent, Tyler
Japanese-American Citizen League                                       [letter to the editor], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1
  "Chills Mrs. Roosevelt to the Soul," No. 75 (May 1943); 1          Kenya
Jeens, Miss                                                            [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2
  "Our Gratitude," No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 2                            Kershner, Gertrude
Jefferson, C. Frederic                                                 [lecture by], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1
  [on conscription], No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2                          Kershner, Howard
Jehovah's Witnesses                                                    [lecture by], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1
  [rioting against], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2                             "Innocent Die," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1
  [as political prisoners], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                   Khrushchev, Nikita S.
Jews                                                                   [on ICBMs], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1
  [anti-Semitism], No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1, No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2        [visit the U.S.], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1
  [right to work], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1                               "Last Years?", No. 231 (Jan. 1959); 1
  [and African Americans], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1                       [suspension of nuclear testing/visits U.S.], No. 237 (Sep.
  "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2                     1959); 1
  [in Europe], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2                                   "Reflections and Random Thoughts," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1
  "The Workshop," No. 85 (May 1944); 1                                 [disarmament/freedom in Eastern Europe], No. 240 (Dec.
  "Post War Problems are People," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2                        1959); 1
  "The Christmas Spirit," No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 1                       [on Lenin and Marx doctrines], No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 1
  "Goodwill to Men," No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 2                            [UN General Assembly], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1
  [Palestine], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1                                  [speaks at the UN General Assembly meeting], No. 249 (Nov.
  [German-Polish relations], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 2                           1960); 1
  "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2                          Kim, Bongoo
  ["Subversive Activities Control Act"], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2        "Peace Must Be a Creation," No. 231 (Jan. 1959); 2
  [Palestine], No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1, No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1,      Kimbell, Elmer
         No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 2                                        "Light in Darkness," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
Johnson, Edwin C.                                                    King, Martin Luther
  [introduces resolution for cease fire in Korea], No. 156 (Jun.       [on love], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2
         1951); 1                                                      "The Struggle for Human Dignity: What Method?", No. 235
"Johnson Act"                                                                  (May 1959); 2
  "The Vicious Circle," No. 49 (Nov. 1940); 1                        King-Hall, Stephen
  "Marching as to War," No. 51 (Jan. 1941); 1                          "The Thesis," No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1
Jones, Tracey                                                          "New View Heard in London," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1
  "Nye Mass Meeting," No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2                            [defense against nuclear attack], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 1
Jordan                                                                 [interview with], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2
  [Hussein recognizes Iraq], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2                 Kirby Page Peace Conference
Joyce, James Avery                                                     "A Backward Glance," No. 50 (Dec. 1940); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                   Knox, Frank
J.P. Morgan and Co.                                                    "Impeachment of Secretaries Knox and Stimson Asked For,"
  [construction of U.S. base], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1                          No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
Junior Chamber of Commerce
  [World Government Week in Syracuse], No. 131 (Jan. 1949);
         1                                                           Koinonia Farm (GA)
justice                                                               [destruction of], No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 2, No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2
  "Doctor's Diagnosis," No. 181 (Jan. 1954); 2                        [letter to the editor], No. 215 (May 1957); 3
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2                    [boycott against], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2
  "The Struggle for Human Dignity: What Method?", No. 235             [member beaten], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2
         (May 1959); 2                                               Korea
  "A Big Moral Dilemma," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2                       [U.S. foreign policy], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1
  See also international law                                          [destruction in], No. 156 (Jun. 1951); 1
juvenile delinquency                                                  [refugees in], No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1
  "Juvenile Delinquency," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2                       "Ike is Right," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 1
  "And a Little Child," No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 2                        "Youth Speaks: A Letter to Mother," No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1
  [summer camp for boys], No. 218 (Oct. 1957); 2                      "Little Lessons in History," No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 2
  "Open Germs and Hidden Viruses," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1            "Crumbling Bastions," No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 2
                                                                     Korean War
K                                                                     "Thinking About Korea?", No. 146a (Jul. 1950); 1
Kashmir                                                               "A European Voice," No. 146b (Aug. 1950); 1
  [U.S. military aid to Pakistan], No. 181 (Jan. 1954); 1, No. 182    [U.S. foreign policy], No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 1
         (Feb. 1954); 2                                               "U.M.T. is a Political Issue," No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 2
Keen, Martha-Anne                                                     [status of], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 1
  "We are Going On," No. 52 (Feb. 1941); 1                            [letter to the editor], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 2
"Keep America Out of War"                                             [letter to Truman from school children about], No. 155 (May
  "Spread the News," No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1                                   1951); 1
  "Peace Day in Syracuse," No. 25 (May 1938); 2                       [U.S. Senate resolution for cease fire], No. 156 (Jun. 1951); 1
  [NYS Peace Workers conference], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1               [peace], No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 1
  "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1           [Japan], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 2
  "In Reply," No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1                                   [Indo-China], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 2
  [advisory referendum on war or peace], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2        "Napalm: Terror from the West," No. 165 (May 1952); 1
  [citizen's mandate], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 2                         [UN/casualties of], No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 2


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  "Focus on Korea," No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1                          Landon, Alf M.
  [analysis of], No. 173 (Mar. 1953); 2                               "Kansas Sunflower," No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 2
  "Tungsten, Tungsten; Who's Got It?", No. 175 (May 1953); 2        Laos
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1                   [editorial on], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 1
  [costs of], No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 1                                 [report on], No. 186 (Jun. 1954); 1
  [public opinion poll], No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 2                    Larrabee, Kent
Krueger, Maynard                                                      [editorial on Indo-China], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 1
  [on inflation], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2                            Latin America
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1, No. 136b         "Peace Planks for Party Platforms," No. 46 (Jun. 1940); 1
         (Aug. 1949); 1                                               [Treaty of Panama], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1
Krupp Steel Works                                                     "Carry On," No. 55 (May 1941); 1
  "Night Mehr Krieg," No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                          "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
  "No Inclination," No. 166a (Jul. 1952); 1                           [Dumbarton Oaks Conference], No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2
  [letter to the editor], No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1                      "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
  "EDC to EDA," No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 1                                "Issues on Foreign Aid," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1
Ku Klux Klan (KKK)                                                    [Nixon tour of], No. 225 (May 1958); 2
  "K.K.K.", No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1                                     [U.S. foreign policy in], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1
  "From the Negro Press," No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1                      "U.S. Cultural Programs," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2
Kumarappa, Bharatan                                                   See also name of country
  [on India and noviolence], No. 136b (Aug. 1949); 1                Lattimore, Owen
Kurile Islands                                                        [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1
  "No Secret Agreements??", No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1                    "Owen Lattimore," No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1
                                                                      [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1
L                                                                   Latvia
La Guardia, Fiorello                                                  [German-Russian War], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
  "Arms Across the Sea," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 1                      law
labor                                                                 [world court], No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
  ["Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"], No. 11 (Jan. 1937); 1, No. 12 (Feb.     "No Jungle Law," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2
         1937); 1, No. 13 (Mar. 1937); 1, No. 14 (Apr. 1937); 1,      [world court], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 2
         No. 16 (Jun. 1937); 1, No. 25 (May 1938); 2, No. 29          "The Difference Between Local and International Police
         (Nov. 1938); 1                                                     Force," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 1
  "Merchants of Death," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2                         "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
  ["Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"], No. 51 (Jan. 1941); 1                   "A Korean Voice," No. 146b (Aug. 1950); 1
  "Labor Day," No. 56b (Aug. 1941); 2                                 [world court], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4
  ["Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"], No. 58 (Oct. 1941); 1, No. 59 (Nov.     "The Participation of the U.S. in the World Court," No. 242
         1941); 1                                                           (Feb. 1960); 3
  [right to work], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1                              "International Negotiation," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2
  [strikes and war production], No. 65 (May 1942); 2, No. 67          [downing of U-2 plane], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 1, No. 246a (Jul.
         (Jul. 1942); 1                                                     1960); 1

  [abandoning of CCC camps], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1                  law (Continued)
  ["Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"], No. 68a (Sep.           [world court], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1
         1942); 1                                                     [downing of U-2 plane], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
  [riot against Jehovah's Witnesses], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2           See also courts; crime
  [Civilian Public Service (CPS)], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1            Lawrence, David
  [mobilization of], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 2                            "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  "Witches' Cauldron Here at Home," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2           League of Nations
  ["Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"], No. 75 (May             "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
         1943); 1, 2                                                  [Lebanon], No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2
  "Opposed By Organized Labor," No. 75 (May 1943); 2                  "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
  [union organizing], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1                           "General MacArthur," No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 2
  [and racism], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1                                [methods of peace], No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 1
  ["Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"], No. 76b (Aug.           [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1
         1943); 1, No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                            Lebanon
  "Universal Conscription?", No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 2                    "Freedom for All," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2
  ["Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"], No. 84 (Apr.            [oil, land, politics in], No. 226a (Jul. 1958); 1
         1944); 2                                                     [U.S. troops in], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
  ["Fair Employment Practices Act"], No. 85 (May 1944); 1, No.      Ledden, W. Earl
         86 (Jun. 1944); 1                                            [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 3
  [in the post-war world], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1                    Leichter, Otto
  ["Fair Employment Practices Act"], No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2            [Europe today], No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1
  [conscription], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1                            Leiper, Henry Smith
  ["Fair Employment Practices Act"], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2           "Our World in Miniature," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1
  ["Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"], No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 1                Lend-Lease Program
  [war prisoners], No. 105 (May 1946); 1                              [legislation on], No. 51 (Jan. 1941): 1, No. 52 (Feb. 1941); 1,
  [Syracuse Teachers Union], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1                           No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1, No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2
  [loyalty oaths], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1                             [extension of], No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2
  [National Farmers Union], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2                    [Congressional vote on], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 1
Landau, Rom                                                         Lens, Sid
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1                   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1


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Lepp, John A.                                                              "Referendum," No. 5 (May 1936); 1
   "Sentence Summaries," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1                             "A Constructive Policy," No. 18 (Oct. 1937); 1
Lerner, Max                                                                [editorial on], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1
   "Three Problems," No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1                                "On War Referendum," No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1
Lester, Muriel                                                             [public opinion poll], No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 2, No. 25 (May 1938);
   "The Gospel According to the (Trade) Mark," No. 59 (Nov.                      2
          1941); 2                                                         [SPC NYS Fair petition], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1
   "Twice Told Tales for Christmas," No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 1                "In Reply," No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1
   "Report from China," No. 185 (May 1954); 1                              "If You are Wise," No. 35 (May 1939); 1
Libby, Frederick J.                                                        "How Not?", No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 1
   "In Syracuse," No. 3 (Mar. 1936); 1                                     "Why Not Do This?", No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1
   ["Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                       "There are Alternatives," No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1
   "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1             lumber industry
   "Houses vs. Battleships," No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1                         "Men in Mississippi," No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1
   [reviews FDR speech], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 1
   [letter to FDR], No. 57 (Sep. 1941); 2                                M
   [interviewed on WOLF], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2                          MacArthur, Douglas
   "Peace Now," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1                                     [V-J Day], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 1
   "Munich to Tehran to World War III," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1              [on balance of power/League of Nations], No. 97 (Sep. 1945);
   [state of the nation], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2                                   2
   [editorial on the Korean War], No. 174 (Apr. 1953); 1                   [methods of peace], No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 1
   "Disarmament Talks Fail," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1                        [on world peace], No. 106 (Jun. 1946); 1
Libby-Owens-Ford Glass Co.                                                 "Hope is Not Dead," No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
   "Merchants of Death," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2                             "Silent Armistice," No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 1
libraries. See books and libraries                                       Mahallajee, Mahender
Lincoln, Abraham                                                           [Peace Caravan], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 3
   "4 Score and ? Years Ago," No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 1                     Malaya
Lindeman, Eduard C.                                                        "Imperialists on the March," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 1
   "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2                 [and Great Britain], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1
   [on totalitarianism], No. 136b (Aug. 1949); 1                           [in the post-war world], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2
Lindeman, Elsie                                                          Malone (NY)
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 2                       [radioactive fallout], No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2, No. 246b (Aug.
Lippman, Walter                                                                   1960); 2
   [on Berlin], No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 1                                   Manchuria
literature                                                                 "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
   [depiction of race in children's literature], No. 196a (Jul. 1955);   March on Washington Movement
          1                                                                "Action is Demanded," No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1
Lithuania
   [German-Russian War], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1

Lloyd George, David                                                      marriage
  "Out of the Mouths of Britons," No. 46 (Jun. 1940); 1                    "South African Struggle," No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
  "Plan in Panic," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1                                Marshall, George
  [on the Versailles Treaty], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1                       "'No A.E.F.' We Say," No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
Lockheed Aircraft                                                          [on conscription], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 2
  "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                      Marshall Islands
Lodge, Henry Cabot                                                         "Note on Bikini Atoll," No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1
  "Disarmament Talks Fail," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1                         "British Observation on Bikini Island," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 1
  "Government Officials See This," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2                  "H-Bomb Headlines," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 2
Loft, George                                                               [hydrogen bomb tests], No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 136b (Aug. 1949); 1                      Marshall Plan
Logan, Rayford                                                             "They Say," No. 126 (Jun. 1948); 2
  [on creation of NATO], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1, No. 136a (Jul.            [war scare], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 1
        1949); 1                                                           [creation of NATO], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 2                       Martin, Homer
London Conference of Foreign Ministers                                     "Sentence Summaries," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1
  [new weapons of warfare], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 2                        Maxwell School of Citizenship (SU)
London Yearly Meeting                                                      "Three Problems," No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1
  "The Year for Decision," No. 91 (Jan 1945); 1                          "May Bill." See "Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth                                              Mayer, Milton
  "The Poet Speaks," No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1                                [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1, No. 186b
Lowville (NY)                                                                     (Aug. 1954); 1
  "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                            "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 246b (Aug.
loyalty oaths                                                                     1960); 3
  "Watchword for 1949," No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1                           "McCarren-Walter Act"
  "Can it Happen Here?", No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1                            "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  "A Rash Has Broken Out," No. 165 (May 1952); 2                           [immigration], No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 1
  "UN - FBI," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2                                       [prison camps], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1
"Ludlow Amendment"                                                         "A 'Britisher' Visits the U.S.A.", No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 2
  "Help," No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1                                             [introduction of "Internal Security Act"], No. 185 (May 1954); 2


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 "A Challenge to Americans," No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2                  "Poet's Corner," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2
McCarthy, Joseph                                                     [Methodist Youth Camp], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1
 [and the U.S. Dept. of Defense], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2             [New York Methodist Conference], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2
 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1                  Mexico
 "Witch Hunt Boomerangs," No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                     "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2
McCarthyism                                                          [Dumbarton Oaks Conference], No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2
 "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2                           "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
 "Watchword for 1949," No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1                        [donations for schools in], No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2
 [war scare], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 1                               Middle East
 ["Subversive Activities Control Act"/U.S. Dept. of State], No.      [peace in], No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 2, No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 1
         144 (Apr. 1950); 2                                          [oil, land, politics in], No. 226a (Jul. 1958); 1
 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1, No. 176b          [U.N. General Assembly special session on], No. 226b (Aug.
         (Aug. 1953); 1                                                      1958); 1
 "What They Say About Us," No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1                    [Eisenhower message on], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
 See also espionage                                                  [UN General Assembly], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1
McCoppin, Pat                                                        See also name of country
 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 1                  Mid-Hudson Peace Council
McCorkel, Ray                                                        "News on the State Front," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1
 "Public Meetings," No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 1                           [programs], No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1
McGivern, Mrs. Bernard                                             Mid-Winter Institute of International Relations. See AFSC --
 [SPC meeting], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1                                    Mid-Winter Institute of International Relations
McKennon, A.                                                       migrant workers
 [NYSPC], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1                                     "Grapes of Wrath," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1
McMahon proposals                                                  militarism
 [disarmament], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2                               "Movie News," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1
McNary, Elizabeth                                                    "Hollywood," No. 13 (Mar. 1937); 1
 "A Cordial Welcome," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 2                          [anti-war film], No. 19 (Nov. 1937); 1
McNeill, Gelston                                                     [in the post-war world], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1
 [NYSPC], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                                     "Shall We Let Hitler Set the Fashion?", No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2
 "Personals," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2                                "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
 "State Peace Council Officers," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1              [key positions of military in government], No. 113 (Mar. 1947);
Meadville (PA)                                                               2
 "Welcome," No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1                                    "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
media                                                                [key positions of military in government], No. 122 (Feb. 1948);
 "Inevitable?", No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1                                         2
 "Movie News," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1                                 "The Four P's: Profits, Prices, Politics, Peace," No. 126 (Jun.
 "Warning," No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1                                            1948); 1
 [Norman Thomas series on censorship], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1       militarism (Continued)
 [censorship of news media], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2                   "They Say," No. 126 (Jun. 1948); 2
 [U.S. vs. Great Britain], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2                     [key positions of military in government], No. 132 (Feb. 1949);
 "Radio Advertising...", No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 2                              1
 [and racism], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1                                [and the Cold War], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
 [censorship of famine in India], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 2              [effects on the economy], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 2
 [conscription], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 2                               [civil liberties], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
 "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2                       "Is the World Big enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug. 1949);
 [censorship of the publishing industry], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2             1
 [first radio broadcast of WCFM], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2             [arms race], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 1
 [growth of], No. 156 (Jun. 1951); 1                                 [budget increase for U.S. military], No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 1
 [and UNESCO], No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 1                               "Essay for Our Times," No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 2
 "How To Read Newspapers," No. 179 (Nov. 1953); 1                    [letter to the editor], No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 2
 [emphasis on entertainment news], No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 2            [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 2
 "Free Press or USed Press," No. 194 (Apr. 1955); 1                  [in Germany], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 1
 "Behind the Headlines," No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 1                      "Entangled Alliances vs. Economic Aid," No. 201 (Jan. 1956);
 "Albert Schweitzer Declaration," No. 215 (May 1957); 2                      2
 [South Africa bars TVs], No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 2                     "A Message to the Churches," No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2
 "Here's What Was Said About American Political Campaigns,"          [letter to the editor], No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 2
         No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1                                      [financial and emotional state of], No. 209 (Nov. 1956); 2
 "Open Germs and Hidden Viruses," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1            [prominence of in the U.S.], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1
meetings. See conferences and meetings                             military assistance
Melton, Clinton                                                      [Truman Doctrine], No. 115 (May 1947); 1
 "Light in Darkness," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1                         [Marshall Plan/Truman Doctrine], No. 126 (Jun. 1948); 2
Merritt-Chapman Co.                                                  [Marshall Plan], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 1, No. 133 (Mar. 1949);
 [construction of U.S. base], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1                         1
Methodist Church                                                     [Truman Doctrine], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
 "Speaking Boldly," No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1                          "Military Defection Bill"
 "Fellowship for Youth and Peace," No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2             [passes Senate], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1
 [imperialism], No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2                              military-industrial complex
 [Cold War and NATO], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 1                         [war industry of France and Germany], No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1
 "Methodist Memorial," No. 165 (May 1952); 1                         "General Motors on the War in Europe," No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1
 [loyalty oaths], No. 165 (May 1952); 2                              "Merchants of Death," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2


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  [profits from], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1                           Morocco
  "Caskets and Contributions," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 1                [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2
  [U.S. base construction], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1                Morris, Stuart
  [and national defense], No. 56b (Aug. 1941); 1                    [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1
  "Guns or Butter?", No. 57 (Sep. 1941); 1                        Mosaddeq, Mohammad
  "Freeze the Army," No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 2                          [ousting of], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1
  [war contracts], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1                          Moses, Dick
  [war frauds], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                               [NYSPC Field Secretary report], No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 2, No.
  [domination of], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 2                                  224 (Apr. 1958); 2, No. 226a (Jul. 1958); 2
  "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2                         "New Officers," No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 4
  "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1                        Mosley, Oswald
  [armaments], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 2                               [freeing of], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2
  "The Ratio," No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1                             motion picture industry. See film and motion picture
  "The Gaither Report," No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1                           industry
  "The Role of Arms Makers," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 1               Mowry, Clytus F.
  "What Would Peace Do To Our Economy?", No. 237 (Sep.              [SPC meeting], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1
         1959); 2                                                 Mt. Morris (NY)
  [sci-tech industry], No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 2                       "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
Millay, Edna St. Vincent                                          "Mundt Bill"
  [poem by], No. 60 (De. 1941); 1                                   "How to Influence People and Lose Freedom," No. 144 (Apr.
missiles                                                                   1950); 2
  [ICBMs], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1                                 munitions. See U.S. national defense
  [NATO], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1                                  Munson, Mrs. J. Paul
  [SACs], No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 1, No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1            [letter to the editor], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  "The Role of Arms Makers," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 1               music and musicians
  [conference on], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 1                          [opera singer Kirsten Flagstad], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1
  [ICBMs], No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 2                                   [donations for Israel], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2
  [SACs], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 3                                    "On the Record," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1
  "But We Bravely Plan & Devise," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1          Muslims
  "Who Said Aggression?", No. 245 (May 1960); 2                     "Hope is Not Dead," No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  "More Talks Break Up," No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 1                  Mussolini, Benito
  [SACs], No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 2                                    "How Far?", No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 2
Mississippi                                                       Muste, A.J.
  [unions], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1                                   "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
  "Light in Darkness," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1                       [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1
                                                                  Muste, A.J. (Continued)
Missouri                                                            [reunification of Germany], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
  "Another Pearl Harbor," No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                     [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1
  [riot against Jehovah's Witnesses], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2       Muzumdar, Haridas
Mohawk Valley Peace Council                                         "India Today," No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2
  "News on the State Front," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1
  [programs], No. 182 (Feb. 1954); 2, No. 185 (May 1954); 2       N
  "State Wide," No. 196 (Jun. 1955); 1                            NAACP
  [resolution on the Cold War], No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 2              [African American and Jewish experience], No. 64 (Apr.
  "What Local Councils Do," No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1                        1942); 1
  "Personals," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2                              "The 'Voice' of America," No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 2
  "What Others Are Doing," No. 208 (Oct. 1956); 1                 Nagasaki
  [destruction of Koinonia Farm in GA], No. 215 (May 1957); 3       "High Time to Repent," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1
Molotov, V. M.                                                      [anniversary], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 2
  "A Second Chance," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1                         "On Hiroshima and Nagasaki," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 2
Mongolia                                                            "A-bomb Effects," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 2
  "No Secret Agreements??", No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1                napalm
Monroe County (NY)                                                  "Napalm: Terror from the West," No. 165 (May 1952); 1
  "What Others Are Doing," No. 208 (Oct. 1956); 1                 Nash, Vernon
Mooney, James D.                                                    [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 2
  "General Motors on the War in Europe," No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1   Nassar, Abdel
moral development                                                   "Nasser is Symbol," No. 226a (Jul. 1958); 1
  [U.S. armed forces], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2, No. 106a (Jul.      National Academy of Sciences
         1946); 1, No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1                           [hydrogen bomb], No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2
  [of individuals], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 1                        National Anti-War Congress
  [moral law], No. 146b (Aug. 1950); 1                              "Echoes of the First...", No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1
  [and war], No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 2                                 "Americans Must Act," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1                 [review of], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2
  "Open Germs and Hidden Viruses," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1        National Association of Manufacturers
  "Ethics and International Affairs," No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 1        "Fair Earnings," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2
  [and national defense], No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2                    [conscription], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1
Morgan, Angela                                                    National Catholic Rural Life Conference
  [poem by], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 1                                 [food surplus], No. 182 (Feb. 1954); 1
Morgan, Arthur E.                                                 National Commission to Oppose Conscription for Women
  [poem by], No. 60 (De. 1941); 1                                   "Slated," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1


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National Congress of Japan for Promoting Peace                      Neblett, William H.
  [organization of], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 2                           "Hearken Unto the Voice," No. 175 (May 1953); 2
National Council for the Prevention of War (NCPW)                   Nehru, Jawaharlal
  [peace bond campaign], No. 1 (Jan. 1936); 1, No. 3 (Mar.            [on the post-war world], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2
         1936); 1                                                     [refuses invitation to visit U.S.], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1
  ["Six Planks for Peace Policy"], No. 8 (Oct. 1936); 1, No. 10       [meets with U.S. Secr. of State], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2
         (Dec. 1936); 1                                               [on the freedom of Dutch East Indies], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
  "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1           "Those 'Neutralist' Americans," No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1
  "Debunking Party," No. 31 (Jan. 1939); 1                          Nelson, Harry M.
  "Impeachment of Secretaries Knox and Stimson Asked For,"            "Russians Capturing Youth!", No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2
         No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1                                     Nemzer, Louis
National Council of British Women                                     "Race Relations - Key to Peace?", No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 1
  "The March of Famine," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 2                    Netherlands
National Council of Churches (NCC)                                    [and Japan], No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 2
  "Sermon of the Month," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1                       "Thanksgiving," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2
  "A Message to the Churches," No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2                 "Feed the Starving," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
  [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1, 3,          [Dutch East Indies], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2
         No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1, 3                                    "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
  "Nationwide Peace Study," No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2                    [donations for], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2
  [nuclear weapons], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1                           [Dutch East Indies], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2, No. 136 (Jun.
  [World Order Study Conference], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4                     1949); 2, No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
  See also Federal Council of Churches; New York State                "Essay for Our Times VI," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 2
         Council of Churches; Syracuse Council of                     "Verse for Vacation Time" (poem), No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2
         Churches                                                   neutrality
National Council of Methodist Youth                                   [legislation on], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1
  "Speaking Boldly," No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1                            "Inevitable," No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1
National Farmers Union                                                ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1, No. 5 (May
  ["Subversive Activities Control Act"], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2              1936); 1
"National Origins Act." See "Internal Security Act"                   "Neutrality," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1
National Peace Conference (NPC)                                       [Spanish embargo], No. 11 (Jan. 1937); 1
  "Conference on World Economic Cooperation," No. 23 (Mar.            [Taft-Page lectures], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1
         1938); 1                                                     [request for], No. 13 (Mar. 1937); 1
  [World Economic Cooperation], No. 25 (May 1938); 2                  ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 18 (Oct. 1937); 1
  [NYS Peace Workers conference], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1             neutrality (Continued)
  "Peace Planks for Party Platforms," No. 46 (Jun. 1940); 1           "Neutrality is Still an Issue," No. 20 (Dec. 1937); 1
National Security Training Commission                                 ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1, No. 22 (Feb.
  [conscription], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1                                     1938); 1, No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 2
National Study Conference on the Churches and World                   "The False Issue...A Red Herring," No. 25 (May 1938); 1
      Order                                                           ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 25 (May 1938); 2
  [Cold War and NATO], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 1                         "Six Point Minimum Program," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 2
"National War Service Bill"                                           ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1
  "A Word to Congress...", No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 1                     "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
  See also "Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"                   ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1, No. 35 (May
Native Americans                                                             1939); 1
  "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2            [SPC re-affirmation of], No. 35 (May 1939); 1
  [workshop], No. 85 (May 1944); 1                                    ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 1
  [military service], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                          "On Guard," No. 38 (Nov. 1939); 1
  "American D.P.s," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 2                           "Together We Stand," No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1
  "The Raid Against Our Indian Minority," No. 196a (Jul. 1955);       "Let Not Your Right Hand," No. 41 (Jan. 1940); 1
         2                                                            "Twenty Million Men are Going to be Killed," No. 42 (Feb.
  [Iroquois Nation], No. 239 (Nov. 1959); 1                                  1940); 1
  [use of smoke signals in civil defense], No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 2     ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1, No. 44 (Apr.
  [Iroquois Nation], No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1                                  1940); 1
Native Sons of the Golden West                                        "We are in Greater Danger from Hysteria Than From Hitler,"
  "Witches' Cauldron Here at Home," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                    No. 45 (May 1940); 1
NATO                                                                  "Return - How Long," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1
  "As Others See It," No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1                          [Treaty of Panama], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1
  [Krupp Steel Works], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                         "Looking Ahead," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
  "Russian Notes," No. 165 (May 1952); 1                              [China], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 2
  [Krupp Steel Works], No. 166a (Jul. 1952); 1                      neutron bomb
  "'Peace Contract': What Price?", No. 166a (Jul. 1952); 2            "Death Ray," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
  [Krupp Steel Works], No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1                       Nevada
  "As Others Hear Us," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2                         [nuclear testing in], No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 2
  [Krupp Steel Works], No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 1                       New Jersey
  [and missiles], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1                              [labor unions], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1
  "NATO Factor," No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 1                               "In Other Communities," No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2
"Naval Appropriations Bill." See "Super-Navy Bill"                  New Mexico
Nearing, Scott                                                        [false statements to peace officers], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2
  "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2          new world order
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1                    "Can the War Be Saved?", No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 1


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  "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1                      "State Peace Council Officers," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1
  "Price of Peace," No. 96b (Aug. 1945); 2                            [on destruction of Koinonia Farm in GA], No. 215 (May 1957);
  "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2                 3
  [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1, 3,          [affiliation with other groups], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2
          No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1, 3, No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4           [reports], No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 2, No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2, No.
  [new nations], No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 2                                       226a (Jul. 1958); 2
  See also post-war world; name of country                            "Exchange With Richard Nixon," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 3
New York Board of Regents                                             "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.
  [civil rights in education], No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1                         1959); 3
New York Institute of International Relations. See AFSC --            "New Officers," No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 4
      New York State Institute of International Relations             See also Syracuse Peace Council (SPC); name of chapter
New York Methodist Conference                                                 or location
  "Russians Capturing Youth!", No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2               New York State Peace Workers
New York Power Authority                                              [conference of], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1
  "Protection For Whom?", No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1                       "We are Going On," No. 52 (Feb. 1941); 1
New York Shipbuilding                                               New Zealand
  [war contracts], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1                              [rationing in], No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 2
New York Shipbuilding Co.                                             [and South Africa], No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 2
  "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                 Newman, William
New York State                                                        [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
  ["Bill to Ban Red Teachers"], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1, No. 134     Newport News Ship Co.
          (Apr. 1949); 1                                              [war contracts], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1
  ["Feinberg Law"], No. 165 (May 1952); 2                           news media
  [housing discrimination], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2                    "Inevitable?", No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1
  [radioactive fallout], No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2                       "Movie News," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1
  [civil defense demonstrations], No. 245 (May 1960); 2, No.          [Norman Thomas series on censorship], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1
          246 (Jun. 1960); 3                                          [censorship of], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2
  [radioactive fallout], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                      [U.S. vs. Great Britain], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2
  See also name of municipality                                       [and racism], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1
New York State Baptist Youth Fellowship
  [SPC programs], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
                                                                    news media (Continued)
                                                                      [conscription], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 2
New York State Council of Churches                                    [emphasis on entertainment news], No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 2
  [NYS Peace Workers conference], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1               "Free Press or USed Press," No. 194 (Apr. 1955); 1
  [on conscription], No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2, No. 121 (Jan. 1948);     "Behind the Headlines," No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 1
         1                                                            "Here's What Was Said About American Political Campaigns,"
  "Our Twelfth," No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1                                      No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1
  "Nationwide Peace Study," No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2                  Nigeria
  See also Syracuse Council of Churches                               [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2
New York State Fair                                                 Nixon, Justin Wroe
  [SPC educational exhibit], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1, No. 46a (Jul.     [letter to the editor], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2
         1940); 1, No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1, No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1,    Nixon, Patricia
         No. 137 (Sep. 1949); 1, No. 147 (Sep. 1950); 1               [tours Latin America], No. 225 (May 1958); 2
  [NYSPC at], No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 2                                Nixon, Richard M.
  "With Regret," No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1                               [tours Latin America], No. 225 (May 1958); 2
  [NYSPC public opinion poll taken at], No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 2        "Exchange With Richard Nixon," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 3
New York State Grange                                               No Japs, Inc.
  [conscription], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 2                              "Freedom for All," No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
  [NYSPC lecture], No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1                           Nobel Peace Prize
New York State Peace Council (NYSPC)                                  "To This Ideal," No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1
  [proposal for], No. 147 (Sep. 1950); 1                            Noble, Charles E.
  [organization of], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1                           [lecture by], No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 1
  [interest in], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 2                             Nolda, O. Frederick
  [first SPC/NYSPC PNL co-published], No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1         [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1
  [meeting], No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 1                                 nonviolence
  [at the NYS Fair], No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 2                           "The Workshop," No. 85 (May 1944); 1
  [meeting], No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                                   [Rustin on], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 2
  "News on the State Front," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1                   "Is the World Big Enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug.
  [NYS Grange lecture], No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1                               1949); 1
  [meeting], No. 173 (Mar. 1953); 1                                   "His Soul Goes Marching On," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1
  [letter to Eisenhower], No. 174 (Apr. 1953); 1                      "Cry, The Beloved Country," No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 2
  [planning of], No. 175 (May 1953); 1                                "What Would You Do If ... ?", No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 1
  [public opinion poll conducted by], No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 2         [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1, No. 213 (Mar.
  ["Tanks for Tractors" program], No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1, No.                1957); 2
         182 (Feb. 1954); 1                                           [language of force], No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 2
  [policy], No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 1                                    [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2
  [public opinion poll conducted by], No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 2          "Films and Tapes," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2
  [meeting], No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1                                   "The Struggle for Human Dignity: What Method?", No. 235
  [peace organizations meet with], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 2                    (May 1959); 2


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  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 3                  nutrition. See food and nutrition
  See also conscientious objection; pacifism                        Nye, Gerald P.
Non-Violent Action Against Nuclear Weapons                            [lecture by], No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1
  "Protests Being Carried to Russia," No. 225 (May 1958); 1           "Nye Mass Meeting," No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2
North Africa
  [clothing donations], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 2                       O
  [and France], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 2                              oil industry
  "Before You Vote," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 1                          "Let Not Your Right Hand," No. 41 (Jan. 1940); 1
North Carolina                                                        [Standard Oil Corp.], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
  [boycott of movie houses in], No. 215 (May 1957); 2                 "What are We Fighting For?", No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2
Northern Ireland                                                      "Foreign Policy," No. 86a (Jul. 1944); 2
  [construction of U.S. base in], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1              [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1
Norway                                                                [Standard Oil Corp.], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
  "Feed the Starving," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                          [U.S. export of equipment to the Soviet Union], No. 139 (Nov.
Norwich (NY)                                                                 1949); 1
  [radioactive fallout], No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2, No. 246b (Aug.       "Oil and Peace," No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 2
         1960); 2                                                     "In Arabia," No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1
nuclear energy                                                        "Puzzle of the Palestine," No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1
  [scientists on the implications of], No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 1      "Oil, Land and Politics in the Middle East," No. 226a (Jul.
  "Whither Science?", No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2                                 1958); 1
nuclear weapons                                                       "Middle East Issues," No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
  [inspection of Soviet plants], No. 181 (Jan. 1954); 1               "Cuba," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1
  "First Minister of Peace," No. 194 (Apr. 1955); 1                 Okinawa
  "Scientists Speak," No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1                          [famine in], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 2
  "The Pope Speaks," No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 2                         Olmstead, Mildred Scott
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1                   [writes from Washington], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1
  "Albert Schweitzer Declaration," No. 215 (May 1957); 2            Oneonta (NY)
  "Britain Ending the Draft," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1                  "What Others are Doing," No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
  [Atomic Energy Commission on/Nevada tests/fourth nations],          "Young Europeans Visit Small Cities ... ," No. 166b (Aug.
         No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 2                                           1952); 1
                                                                    Oneonta (NY) (Continued)
  [Geneva talks], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1                              [programs], No. 185 (May 1954); 2, No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 3
  "Appeal to the Leaders of Nations," No. 218 (Oct. 1957); 1          [radioactive fallout], No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2, No. 246b (Aug.
  [Geneva talks], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1                                     1960); 2
  [poem/prayer vigil], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2                       Onondaga Consumers Cooperative
  [Christian principles], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 1                      "Co-Op," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1
  [actions to take], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 2                           "Salute!", No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                  Onondaga Council of Girl Scouts
  "Scientists Position," No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 1                       [programs], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
  [Golden Rule], No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2, No. 225 (May 1958); 1      opera
  [protests against/hydrogen bomb], No. 225 (May 1958); 1             [Kirsten Flagstad], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1
  "Schweitzer's Second Statement," No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 2           opinion polls. See public opinion polls
  "The Fourth Nation Problem," No. 226a (Jul. 1958); 2              Orchid Island
  [monitoring tests/radioactivity], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2           "Orchid Island," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2
  [Golden Rule], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1                             Oregon
  [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1              [riot against Jehovah's Witnesses], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2
  [Geneva talks], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 2                            Ostego County Peace Council
  [Golden Rule], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 3                               [programs], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1
  [Geneva talks], No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 2, No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 1     "Challenges From Other Communities," No. 175 (May 1953);
  [Pentagon/scientists/arms makers], No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 1                  2
  "How Long Will the Nuclear Tests Be Suspended?", No. 237            [programs], No. 182 (Feb. 1954); 2
        (Sep. 1959); 1                                                "What Local Councils Do," No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1
  "Have You Seen?", No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2                            "Personals," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2
  "Reflections and Random Thoughts," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1         Ostertag, Harold C.
  [deterrence], No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 2                                "Department of Peace," No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 2, No. 214 (Apr.
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1                           1957); 1
  [deterrence], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 3                              Oswego (NY)
  "U.S. Seen Far Ahead Under Test Ban," No. 242 (Feb. 1960);          "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
        4                                                           Otis Steel Co.
  [Soviet Union launches rocket], No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1              [profits of], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1
  [Geneva talks], No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2                            Overseas Schools
  "Snow Job On A-Ban?", No. 245 (May 1960); 1                         "Hands Across the Seas," No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 2
  [Geneva talks], No. 245 (May 1960); 2, No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 1,    Owego (NY)
        No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 1                                       "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
  "Nuclear War is Fatal," No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 1                   Oxford Area Association for Peace (England)
  [development of neutron bomb/testing in the Philippines], No.       [public opinion poll], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 2
        246b (Aug. 1960); 2                                         Oxnam, G. Bromley
  [Geneva talks], No. 247 (Sep. 1960); 1                              [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1
  See also atomic bomb; disarmament; hydrogen bomb;
        missiles


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P                                                                    ["Turning Points Toward Peace"], No. 200 (Dec. 1955); 1
Pacific Islands                                                      [what you can do], No. 205 (May 1956); 2, No. 211 (Jan.
  "Note on Bikini Atoll," No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1                            1957); 1
  "British Observation on Bikini Island," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 1     [peacemaker's job], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1
  "We?", No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2                                      "Walk on Washington," No. 225 (May 1958); 1
  "H-Bomb Headlines," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 2                         [AFSC "Round-Up" lecture], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1
  [hydrogen bomb tests on Bikini Atoll], No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2      [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1
  [nuclear testing in], No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 2, No. 224 (Apr.        "Peace Must Be a Creation," No. 231 (Jan. 1959); 2
         1958); 2, No. 225 (May 1958); 1, No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1     "Nationwide Peace Study," No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2
pacifism                                                             "Churches and Peace," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4
  [anti-war radio appeal of Clark Gable], No. 19 (Nov. 1937); 1      "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 240 (Dec.
  "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2               1959); 3
  [AFSC conference cancellation], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1             [Peace Caravan], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 3
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1                  See also conferences and meetings; disarmament;
  See also conscientious objection; demonstrations and                      nonviolence; pacifism; treaties
         protests                                                  Peace Day
Page, Kirby                                                          "Peace Day in Syracuse," No. 25 (May 1938); 2
  [lecture by], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                              Peace News (Meadville, PA)
  "A Backward Glance," No. 50 (Dec. 1940); 1                         "Welcome," No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
Pakistan                                                           Peace Newsletter (PNL). See Syracuse Peace Council (SPC)
  [U.S. military aid to], No. 181 (Jan. 1954); 1, No. 182 (Feb.          -- PNL
         1954); 2                                                  Peace Service Bulletin (Schenectady, NY)
  "India, Key to Asia," No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 2                       "Our Question Box," No. 52 (Feb. 1941); 1
Palestine                                                          Peace Week
  [Jewish settlers in], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1                       "Peace Week," No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1
  [refugees in], No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1                           Peace Workers. See New York State Peace Workers
  "Puzzle of the Palestine," No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1                peacetime conscription. See conscription
  [Arab-Israeli relations], No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 2                 Peacher, Paul
Palmer, Albert W.                                                    "Peacher Pinched!", No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1
  "Victory for Humanity," No. 70 (Dec. 1942); 1                    Penn, William
  [civil war vs. world war], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 1                   "Birthdays," No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1
Panama                                                             Penn Yan (NY)
  "Good Neighbor," No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1                             [radioactive fallout], No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2, No. 246b (Aug.
  [military personnel as ambassadors to], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 2            1960); 2
  [Canal Zone], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1                            Pennsylvanian Committee
  "The Participation of the U.S. in the World Court," No. 242        [pamphlet], No. 1 (Jan. 1936); 1
         (Feb. 1960); 3                                            Perrin, A. R.
  "Panama Flag," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2                              [1936 election], No. 8 (Oct. 1936); 1
Paris Peace Conference. See Versailles Treaty                      Peru
Peabody, Alan B.                                                     [Nixon tour of], No. 225 (May 1958); 2
  "State Peace Council Officers," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1           Peterson, Dutton
  [letter to the editor], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 3                     "Our Twelfth," No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1
  [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1           Peterson, Jeanette C.
  "New Officers," No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 4                             [on the value of AFSC Institutes], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2
  "Personal Note," No. 245 (May 1960); 1                           petitions
peace                                                                ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1, No. 35 (May
  [peace bond campaign], No. 1 (Jan. 1936); 1, No. 3 (Mar.                  1939); 1
         1936); 1                                                    [artists petition U.S. Congress], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2
  [Emergency Peace Campaign (EPC)], No. 5 (May 1936); 1              "Walk for Peace," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2
  [”Six Planks of Peace Policy”], No. 8 (Oct. 1936); 1             Philadelphia Yearly Meeting
  [Emergency Peace Campaign (EPC)], No. 9 (Nov. 1936); 1             "Immediate Peace Advocated By Quakers," No. 75 (May
  ["Demand Action"/"Six Planks for Peace"], No. 10 (Dec.                    1943); 2
         1936); 1                                                  Philippines (Republic of)
  [Emergency Peace Campaign (EPC)], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1,           [and Japan], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1
         No. 13 (Mar. 1937); 1                                       ["Asiatic Exclusion Act"], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
  "Six Point Minimum Program," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 2                 "Atrocity Boomerang," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2
  "Peace Planks for Party Platforms," No. 46 (Jun. 1940); 1          "Nuclear Missiles," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
  "Citizen's Mandate for Immediate Peace," No. 56a (Jul. 1940);      [U.S. medical knowledge in], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2
         2                                                           "Khruschev at the UN," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 2                    See also name of island
  "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2          Picasso, Pablo
  "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2        [peace petition to U.S. Congress], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2
  "Distilled Wisdom," No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 2                         [ban on artwork of], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2
  [Nobel Peace Prize awarded to AFSC], No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1      Pius XII, Pope
  [prayer for], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1                              "We agree," No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 1
  [World Day of Prayer], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 1, No. 146a (Jul.      "Pope Warns All of Peril," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1
         1950); 1                                                  Plainfield Council for World Friendship (NJ)
  "Thoughts on Waging Peace," No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 2                 "In Other Communities," No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2
  ["A School for Peace"], No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 1                     [UN], No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 2
  "Peace Must Be Pursued," No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 1                  Pledge of Allegiance


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  "We Pledge Allegiance," No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 1                  "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
pneumonia                                                         "Price of Peace," No. 96b (Aug. 1945); 2
  [in Europe], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                              "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2
poetry. See Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- PNL -- poetry,        [Post War World Council], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1
       etc.                                                       [economics], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 1
Poland                                                            [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1, 3,
  [Spanish refugees in], No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1                           No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1, 3, No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4
  [epidemics in], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                           [new nations], No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 2
  [post-WWII Prussia], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 1                      See also Atlantic Charter; Cold War; Dumbarton Oaks
  "Charter, Charter," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2                              Conference; Potsdam Conference; name of country
  "Boom in Real Estate," No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1                  Potsdam Conference
  [donations for], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2                         [terms of], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 1
  [tuberculosis], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                          "Atomic Dilemma," No. 98 (Oct. 1945); 2
  [famine in], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1                             [effects of in Europe], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2
  [Canadian donations to/refugees in], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2     "Our German Harvest -- Hunger and Hats," No. 104 (Apr.
  [Polish-German relations], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 2                     1946); 1
  [SPC programs], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1                          [effects of in Europe], No. 105 (May 1946); 1
  [anniversary of invasion of], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1            "Peace Comes to Germany," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
  "Fateful Ten," No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 2                           [refugees in Europe], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 2
police                                                            "Eastward the Course of Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1
  "The Difference Between Local and International Police          "Switzerland of Asia?", No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 2
         Force," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 1                          Potter, A. Leslie
political campaigns                                               "A Good Example," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 2
  "Here's What Was Said About American Political Campaigns,"    poverty
         No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1                                   "Six Point Minimum Program," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 2
political parties                                                 [poll taxes], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1, No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1, No.
  [elections in Syracuse], No. 8 (Oct. 1936); 1                          80 (Dec. 1943); 1, No. 85 (May 1944); 1
  "Demand Action," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1                          [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1, No. 196b
  [Kreuger on], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1                                  (Aug. 1955); 1
  "The Conventions are Over ...", No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 2       poverty (Continued)
  [party affiliation], No. 215 (May 1957); 2                      [letter to the editor], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                "The Fundamental Issue," No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 1
poll taxes                                                      POWs
  "Action is Demanded," No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1                    [in Europe], No. 105 (May 1946); 1
  [legislation on], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1                         [and U.S. armed services], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
  "Kill the Poll Tax," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1                      [Geneva Conventions], No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1
  "The Workshop," No. 85 (May 1944); 1                            [in Europe], No. 173 (Mar. 1953); 2
polls. See public opinion polls                                   [indoctrination of], No. 175 (May 1953); 2
Popoff, Christ                                                  prayer
  "Freedom for Popoff," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                     [for peace], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
population                                                        [World Day of Prayer], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 1, No. 146a (Jul.
  [food supply], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2                                  1950); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 136b (Aug. 1949); 1               [Elizabethan "Prayer for Our Enemies"], No. 160 (Dec. 1951);
  "Hard Facts," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2                                   1
  "'Explosive' Statistics," No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 2                "Methodist Memorial," No. 165 (May 1952); 1
  "Our World in Miniature," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1               [to end use of nuclear weapons], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2
Portugal                                                          [hymn], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2              Presbyterian Church
Post War World Council                                            "Responsible Citizenship," No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2
  [Cairo Declaration], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2                      "Eastward the Course Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1
  [disarmament], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1                           [Cold War and NATO], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 1
Post-Standard. See Syracuse Post-Standard                         "The Big Lie vs. The Great Loyalty," No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 2
post-war world                                                  prisons and prisoners
  [economic agreement for], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2                 [food for], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2
  [Axis powers in], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1                         "Freedom for Popoff," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 2                 [letter to the editor], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1
  "From the Battle Front," No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 1                  [conscientious objectors], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2
  "Looking Ahead," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                          [POWs], No. 105 (May 1946); 1, No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
  [imperialism in], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1                         [prison camps], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1
  [Wallace on], No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 1                             [Geneva Conventions], No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1
  [Post War World Council], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2                 [POWs], No. 173 (Mar. 1953); 2, No. 175 (May 1953); 2
  "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1              See also concentration and relocation camps
  "What are We Fighting For?", No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2            Project Hope
  "Munich to Tehran to World War III," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1      "Hope Sails," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2
  "Post War Problems are People," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2         propaganda
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1                [counteraction of], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1
  [letter to the editor], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1                   "Warning," No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1
  "Boom in Real Estate," No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1                    "Get Ready for the 76th Congress," No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1
  "Can the War Be Saved?", No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 1                  "Debunking Party," No. 31 (Jan. 1939); 1
  "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2         "How not?", No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 1


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  "Propaganda Analysts," No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 2                        [desegregation], No. 205 (May 1956); 1
  [ASFC Institute lecture], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                     [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1
  [civil vs. world war], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 1                        [desegregation], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2
  "Who's Kidding Whom?", No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2                       "The Struggle for Human Dignity: What Method?", No. 235
  [military], No. 114 (Apr. 1947); 1                                         (May 1959); 2
  [Truman on], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1                                "Race Relations - Key to Peace?", No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 1
  "How to Influence People and Lose Freedom," No. 144 (Apr.         racism
          1950); 2                                                    [anti-Semitism], No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1                   "K.K.K.", No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1
  "How To Read Newspapers," No. 179 (Nov. 1953); 1                    [anti-Semitism], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2
  "The Big Lie vs. The Great Loyalty," No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 2         [African Americans/Japanese Americans/Syracuse], No. 63
  "Behind the Headlines," No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 1                             (Mar. 1942); 1
  "We Do It Also!", No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2                            [African Americans/Jews/lynching], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1
  [anti-Americanism], No. 226a (Jul. 1958); 2                         [Japanese Americans], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1, No. 66 (Jun.
Protestant American Churches                                                 1942); 1
  "Appeal to the Leaders of Nations," No. 218 (Oct. 1957); 1          [in Australia], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
protests. See demonstrations and protests                             [poll taxes], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1
Prussia                                                               [Japanese Americans/white supremacy], No. 68a (Sep.
  [post-WWII], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 1                                         1942); 1
psychology                                                            [in Detroit], No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 2
  [of war], No. 65 (May 1942); 2                                      [Japanese Americans], No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 1
  [of militarism], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 2, No. 209 (Nov. 1956); 2     "It Can Be Done!", No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 2
  [of war], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1                                    [Japanese Americans], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
  "Anger Virus," No. 215 (May 1957); 2                                "Comics No Longer Comic," No. 75 (May 1943); 1
  [of political events], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 2
  "The Psychology of Disarmament," No. 247 (Sep. 1960); 2           racism (Continued)
  [of war], No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 2                                    [poll taxes/segregation of U.S. blood supply], No. 76a (Jul.
  See also moral development                                                  1943); 1
public opinion polls                                                  "Justice for All," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1
  [neutrality/"Ludlow Amendment"/China], No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 2        [Japanese Americans], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2, No. 77 (Sep.
  "Peace Day in Syracuse," No. 25 (May 1938); 2                               1943); 2
  ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1, No. 35 (May            [U.S. blood supply], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
          1939); 1                                                    [German Americans], No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 1
  [on war], No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 1, No. 57 (Sep. 1941); 1              [U.S. armed forces/U.S. blood supply], No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 2
  [radio broadcasting ads], No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 2                    [African American and Japanese American children/poll
  [participation in world government], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 2                 taxes], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1
  [voters in England], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 2                         [poll taxes/Chinese Americans], No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1
  [current affairs], No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 2                          [African American children], No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 2
  [knowledge of news events], No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 2                  "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
  [taken by NYSPC], No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 2                            [SPC statement of policy], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1
public power industry                                                 [workshop/poll taxes/U.S. blood supply], No. 85 (May 1944); 1
  "Protection For Whom?", No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1                       [Japanese Americans], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2
publishing industry                                                   [U.S. armed forces], No. 86a (Jul. 1944); 1
  [Norman Thomas series on censorship], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1         [U.S. blood supply], No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2
  [U.S. vs. Great Britain], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2                     "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2
  [and racism], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1                                [Japanese Americans], No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 2
  [censorship of], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 2, No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2      "The White Problem," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1
  See also books and libraries                                        [minorities in Germany], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 2
Puerto Rico                                                           "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2
  "U.S. has Her P.R.", No. 95 (May 1945); 1                           "Plymouth Rock 1949," No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1
  [political prisoners], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                       [riot in Cicero, IL], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
  [Nixon tour of], No. 225 (May 1958); 2                              apartheid, No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 2
  "Start of a Good Will Tour," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2                 "The 'Voice' of America," No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 2
                                                                      [Coney Island Amusement Park/race in children's literature],
Q                                                                             No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1
Quakers                                                               [Race Relations Sunday/Mississippi], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
  [meeting], No. 70 (Dec. 1942); 1                                    [Koinonia Farm, GA], No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 2, No. 214 (Apr.
  "Immediate Peace Advocated By Quakers," No. 75 (May                         1957); 2, No. 215 (May 1957); 3, No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2,
         1943); 2                                                             No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2
  [William Penn], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1                               See also apartheid; civil rights
  "The Year for Decision," No. 91 (Jan 1945); 1                     Radhakrishnan, Sarvepalli
  "Through the Iron Curtain," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1                 "Twelve Hours for Peace," No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 1
  [Japan Yearly Meeting], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 2                    radio
  [in Germany], No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2                                [anti-war radio appeal of Clark Gable], No. 19 (Nov. 1937); 1
  [mission to Moscow], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1                         "Radio Advertising...", No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 2
  See also AFSC                                                       "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
                                                                      [first broadcast of WCFM], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2
R                                                                     [SPC programs on], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
race relations                                                      radioactive pollution
  ["Race Relations Sunday"], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1                   ["atomic disease'], No. 146a (Jul. 1950); 2


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  [and human development], No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2                     "A Statement From the Executive Committee of the Council,"
  "Safety in Horror?", No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 1                                No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                     "Worship," No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1
  "Radioactivity Has Effects," No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2                 [U.S. Supreme Court], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2
  "To Refresh Your Concern," No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1                    [Jehovah's Witnesses], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2
  [U.S. Congressional joint committee on], No. 236a (Jul. 1959);       [PNL issue dedicated to local clergy/Delaware conference],
         1                                                                   No. 70 (Dec. 1942); 1
  "Germs and Chemicals to Replace H-Bomb?", No. 237 (Sep.              "Church and State," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2
         1959); 1                                                      "Feed the Starving," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
  [articles and film on], No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2                       [U.S. Supreme Court], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1
  "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                        "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2
  "A-Bomb Effects," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 2                             [SPC statement of policy], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1
rallies. See demonstrations and protests                               [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1
Rand Corporation                                                       [Dumbarton Oaks Conference], No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1, No. 93
  [civil defense study], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 2                             (Mar. 1945); 2
Randall, Clarence                                                      [conscription], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1, No. 96b (Aug. 1945); 1
  "The Communist Challenge," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 2                    "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2
Randall, Darrell                                                       "More About Wallace," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1                     "Christianity and Communism," No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 2
Randolph, A. Philip                                                    [prayer for peace], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
  [March on Washington Movement], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1               "Is the World Big Enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug.
  "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1                         1949); 1


Rankin, Jeanette                                                     religion (Continued)
  [speaks at SPC birthday party], No. 31 (Jan. 1939); 1                 [World Day of Prayer], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 1, No. 146a (Jul.
  "National Anti-War Congress," No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2                          1950); 1
rationing                                                               [Elizabethan "Prayer for Our Enemies"], No. 160 (Dec. 1951);
  "Pots and Pans," No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 2                                       1
  [of food], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2                                      [prayer], No. 165 (May 1952); 1
  [of sugar], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2, No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1, No. 67      "The Big Lie vs. The Great Loyalty," No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 2
         (Jul. 1942); 1, No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1                          [letter to the editor], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2
  ["National War Service Bill"], No. 68a (Sep. 1942); 1                 "Freedom to Worship," No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1
  "Getting Tougher," No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 1                             [and adoption], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2
  [of fuel], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1                                      [nuclear testing], No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 2, No. 218 (Oct.
  "The March of Famine," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 2                               1957); 1
  [in Australia and New Zealand], No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 2                [prayer to end use of nuclear weapons], No. 219 (Nov. 1957);
Raushenbush, Stephen                                                           2
  "Sentence Summaries," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1                           [hymn], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1
Redington, Holly                                                        See also name of denomination or organization
  [donation from], No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1                             relocation camps. See concentration and relocation camps
refugees                                                             Republic Steel Co.
  ["Wagner-Rogers Bill"], No. 35 (May 1939); 1                          "Merchants of Death," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2
  "Committee on Suffering," No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1                    Republican Party
  [donations for], No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1                               "The Conventions are Over ...", No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 2
  "Modern Military Science," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1                  Reston, James
  [SPC on], No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 2                                       "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  "European Allies," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2                           Reuss, Henry S.
  ["Gillette-Taft Resolution"], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                   "Signs and Portents," No. 196 (Jun. 1955); 1
  "Post War Problems are People," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2              Reynolds, Earl
  [in Europe], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1                                    "Have You Seen?", No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 2
  [in a post-war world], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 2                       Reynolds, Reginald
  [in Europe], No. 98 (Oct. 1945); 1                                    [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1
  "If We Could See," No. 105 (May 1946); 1                           Rhoads, Esther
  [in Europe], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 2, No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2,          "Eastward the Course Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1
         No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1                                      Rhodesia
  "I Was a Stranger," No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1                            "Freedom Under the Atlantic Charter," No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 1
  [U.S. obligation to], No. 115 (May 1947); 1                           [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2
  ["Stratton Bill"], No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 1, No. 119 (Nov. 1947);    Ridgway, Matthew B.
         1, No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1                                      [on Indo-China], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2
  "Plymouth Rock 1949," No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1                       Rio Tinto Mines
  ["Displaced Persons Act"], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 1                     [shipping of copper to Germany], No. 55 (May 1941); 1
  [donations for], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 1                            riots
  "Statistics," No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1                                 [against Jehovah's Witnesses], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2
  "Cuba," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1                                        [race riot in Cicero, IL], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
Reid, William W. Jr.                                                 Rochester (NY)
  [hymn by], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 3                                     [NYSPC chapter], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1
religion                                                                "What Others are Doing," No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
  "Let Us Not Pray," No. 45 (May 1940); 1                               "News on the State Front," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1
  "Puts it Up to Churches," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1                      "New Peace Center," No. 173 (Mar. 1953); 1


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 "Coming Events of More Local Interest," No. 191 (Jan. 1955);      Schaal, E. A.
        1                                                            [review of FDR speech], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 1
 [protest against civil defense], No. 225 (May 1958); 1            Schaal, Red
 "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.                 [NYSPC], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1
        1959); 3                                                     "Red Schaal Writes," No. 196 (Jun. 1955); 1
Rochester Citizens No-War Committee                                  [on peace at the community level], No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 1
 [SPC meeting], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2                              Schenectady (NY)
Rockefeller, John D.                                                 "Why Carry the Mattress Downstairs?", No. 46 (Jun. 1940); 1
 "Rocky Road for Rocket," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1                     "Our Question Box," No. 52 (Feb. 1941); 1
 [on the student demonstrations in Japan], No. 246 (Jun.           Schneir, Walter
        1960); 3                                                     "No Change Occurrence," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 3
Rome (NY)                                                          Schuman, Frederick L.
 [NYSPC chapter], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1                             [on NATO], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
Roosevelt, Eleanor                                                   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1
 "Conscription of Women," No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2                    Schweitzer, Albert
 "Chills Mrs. Roosevelt to the Soul," No. 75 (May 1943); 1           "Albert Schweitzer Declaration," No. 215 (May 1957); 2
 [food conference], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2                           "Schweitzer's Second Statement," No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 2
 "Bread and Peace," No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 2                         Schwemmer, Miss
 "Candid Comment," No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                            "Our Gratitude," No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 2
Roosevelt, Franklin D.                                             science and technology
 [and the courts], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                             [and the military], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 2
 [open letter to/on peace], No. 18 (Oct. 1937); 1                    "Battle of the Bomb," No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 2
 [speech postponed], No. 55 (May 1941); 1                            "Easter Legacy," No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 1
 [comments on speech by], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 1                      "Scientists Speak," No. 165 (May 1952); 1
 [letter from Libby], No. 57 (Sep. 1941); 2                        science and technology (Continued)
 [on neutrality law], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 1                          "No Secret, No Time, No Defense," No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 1
 [on war with Japan], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2                          "Scientists Speak," No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1
 [number of executive orders issued], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1          [nuclear energy], No. 216a&b (Aug. 1957); 1
 "Munich to Tehran to World War III," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1          [Sputnik], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1, No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 1
 [war plans of], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1                               [science education], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 2
 "Charter, Charter...", No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2                        "Whither Science?", No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2
Roosevelt Administration                                             [AFSC Institute lecture/Sputnik], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
 "In Washington," No. 5 (May 1936); 1                                "Scientists Position," No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 1
 [address of Wallace], No. 70 (Dec. 1942); 1                         "Scientists & Test Ban," No. 236 (Jun. 1959); 1
 [Cairo Declaration], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2, No. 83 (Mar. 1944);     [missile and space research], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 1
        1, No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2                                    [alliance with military], No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 2
 See also Atlantic Charter; Dumbarton Oaks Conference                See also nuclear weapons
Rotary Club of Syracuse                                            Scott Corporation
 [World Government Week], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1                     [constructs U.S. base], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
Royden, Agnes Maude                                                Seabury, Ruth
 "Never Again," No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                                [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1
Rubin, Morris                                                      segregation. See desegregation and segregation
 [on the Korean War], No. 173 (Mar. 1953); 2                       "Selective Service Act"
 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1, No. 213          "Peacetime Conscription is Being Seriously Considered," No.
        (Mar. 1957); 2                                                      46a (Jul. 1940); 1
Russell, Bertrand                                                    "Week After Week the Great Fight Against Conscription Goes
 "Out of the Mouths of Philosophers," No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2                On," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1
Russia. See Soviet Union                                             "Chain Gang Democracy," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1
Rustin, Bayard                                                       "Selective Service Law," No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1, No. 103 (Mar.
 "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2                   1946); 2
 "Reunion in Keuka," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 2                       Seneca Nation
 [on nonviolence], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 2                           "Domestic Nationalism," No. 239 (Nov. 1959); 1
 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 136b (Aug. 1949); 1                 sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
 [SPC 16th anniversary], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1                      "Sinister Sister of the War," No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 2
 "On the Record," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1                             "Peace Comes to Germany," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2                  sharecropping
                                                                     "Defend Democracy at Home," No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 2
S                                                                  Shelley, F. B.
Salamanca (NY)                                                       "Political Greatness 1821," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 2
  "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                    Sheppard, Cecilia
sanctions. See blockades and embargoes                               "A Backward Glance," No. 50 (Dec. 1940); 1
Sandburg, Carl                                                     ships and shipbuilding
  [poem by], No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 2                                  [U.S.S. Panay], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1, No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1
SANE                                                                 "Houses vs. Battleships," No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.                [U.S. hospital ship], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2
        1959); 3, No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 3                             [war contracts], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1
Saratoga Springs (NY)                                                "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1
  "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                      [Golden Rule], No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2, No. 225 (May 1958); 1,
Saudi Arabia                                                                No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1, No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 3
  [U.S. arms to], No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1                           Shove, Benjamin


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   "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.                "Let Not Your Right Hand," No. 41 (Jan. 1940); 1
        1959); 3                                                      [U.S. troops shipped to], No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1
silver reserves                                                       "Chain Gang Democracy," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1
   "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1          [German-Russian War], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
Simmons, Mrs. Irlavere                                                [Churchill's military alliance with], No. 56b (Aug. 1941); 1
   [SPC Clothing Committee], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1                   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
Simon, Hans                                                           "A Program of Action," No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
   [on U.S.-Soviet relations], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 2                "Behind Moscow," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1
Simpson, William                                                      [post-WWII Prussia], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 1
   "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 240 (Dec.                [in the post-war world], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 1
        1959); 3                                                      "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1
Singh, Anup                                                           "Charter, Charter," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1                   [in the post-war world], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1, 2
Singleterry, Martha                                                   "Boom in Real Estate," No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 1
   [Peace Caravan], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 3                           "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2
"Six Planks of Peace Policy”                                          "Solution in Asia," No. 95 (May 1945); 2
   [1936 election], No. 8 (Oct. 1936); 1                              [new world order], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1
   "Demand Action," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1                             "Atomic Dilemma," No. 98 (Oct. 1945); 2
slavery                                                               [Mongolia/Kurile Islands/espionage], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1
   "Peacher Pinched," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1                           [military personnel as ambassadors to], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 2
Smith, Luther Wesley                                                  [war prisoners], No. 105 (May 1946); 1
   "Dedicated Bonus," No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1                            "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2
   "Peace Action," No. 41 (Jan. 1940); 1
                                                                    Soviet Union (Continued)
Smith, Walter T.                                                      [peace/POWs], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1
  [donation from], No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1                              [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1
socialism                                                             [policies of], No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
  [letter to the editor], No. 174 (Apr. 1953); 2                      "Election is Coming," No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 2
Society for the Study of Social Problems                              [disarmament/war orphans], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1
  "New Studies Under Way," No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2                     ["iron curtain"/Wallace], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2
Society of Brothers of the Primavera Communities                      [U.S. policy toward], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 2
  "New Year Greetings," No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1                        [donations for], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 2
Society of Friends                                                    "Who's Kidding Whom?", No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2
  [meeting], No. 70 (Dec. 1942); 1                                    "War is Preventable," No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 1
  [Philadelphia Yearly Meeting], No. 75 (May 1943); 2                 "When There is No Peace," No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 2
  [William Penn], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1                               "Battle of Words," No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 1
  "The Year for Decision," No. 91 (Jan 1945); 1                       "Is the World Big Enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug.
  "Through the Iron Curtain," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1                        1949); 1
  [Japan Yearly Meeting], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 2                      "War Scares and Peace Budgets," No. 137 (Sep. 1949); 2
  [in Germany], No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2                                [donations for], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 2
  [mission to Moscow], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1                         [U.S. export of oil equipment to], No. 139 (Nov. 1949); 1
  See also AFSC                                                       "Christmas Peace II," No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 2
sociology                                                             [Bao Ðai in French Indo-China], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2
  "New Studies Under Way," No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2                     [rearmament of Germany], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 2
  [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1              [letter to the editor], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 2
  See also race relations                                             [India], No. 155 (May 1951); 1
Sollman, William                                                      "Essay For Our Times IV," No. 155 (May 1951); 2
  [on NATO], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1                                   "Perspective," No. 156 (Jun. 1951); 2
Somers, Lloyd D.                                                      [British Society of Friends' delegation to], No. 156b (Aug.
  [NYSPC], No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1                                            1951); 1
  "State Peace Council Officers," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1              "Essay for Our Times VI," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 2
Soper, Donald                                                         "If Peace Broke Out," No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 1
  "Brotherhood Not Bombs," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 1                    [letter to the editor], No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 2
  "Morals Charge," No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2                             [four-power conference], No. 165 (May 1952); 1
South Africa                                                          "Communist Congress," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2
  [apartheid], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1                                "Inside Moscow," No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 2
  [UN Declaration of Human Rights], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 2            [POW's], No. 173 (Mar. 1953); 2
  [apartheid], No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 2, No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 2,        [shift of power in], No. 175 (May 1953); 1
         No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1, No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 2, No. 196b     [nuclear plants], No. 181 (Jan. 1954); 1
         (Aug. 1955); 1                                               [Afghanistan], No. 182 (Feb. 1954); 2
  [bars TVs], No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 2                                  "Peace Must Be Pursued," No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 1
  [apartheid], No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 1, No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 2         [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1
South America                                                         [Formosa], No. 192 (Feb. 1955); 1
  "Get Ready for the 76th Congress," No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1            [Russian farmers to visit U.S.], No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1
  "Battle Over Beef," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 2                           [Quaker mission to Moscow], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1
  [Nixon tour of], No. 225 (May 1958); 2                              "New Era in Russia," No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 1
  "U.S. Cultural Programs," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2                    [disarmament], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 1
  See also name of country                                            [reunification of Germany], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
Soviet Union                                                          [armed forces], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1
  [trade agreements], No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1                           [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 2


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  [U.S. Senate committee hearing on disarmament], No. 215             [profits of], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1
         (May 1957); 1                                                [war contracts], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1
  [U.S. Americans tour], No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1                       "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1
  [civil defense], No. 218 (Oct. 1957); 1                             "Boom Bust War," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2
  [Khrushchev on ICBMs], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1                     Steere, Douglas
  [Sputnik], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1, No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 1           [essay on the rearmament of Germany], No. 153 (Mar. 1951);
  [proposed Summit meeting], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1                          2
  [Sputnik], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                                 Steffens, Lincoln
  [letters to Eisenhower], No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 2                     [on the Versailles Treaty], No. 87 (Sep. 1944); 1
  "Protests Being Carried to Russia," No. 225 (May 1958); 1         Stimson, Henry L.
  [invades Hungary], No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 1                           "Impeachment of Secretaries Knox and Stimson Asked For,"
  [Khrushchev visit to the U.S.], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1                    No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
  "Russians Capturing Youth!", No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2                 "Fury of V-Day," No. 87 (Sep. 1944); 1
  "Last Years?", No. 231 (Jan. 1959); 1                               [on peacetime military training], No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 2
  "On the Accidental Flights," No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1                 "Atomic Dilemma," No. 98 (Oct. 1945); 2
  [civil defense], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 2                          Stone, I. F.
  "Khruschev Visit at Long Last," No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 1              [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 2
  "Reflections and Random Thoughts," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1         strategic air command missiles (SAC)
  "Another Former Ambassador," No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 2                 "What a Little Error Could Do," No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 1
  [communism in Western Europe], No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 2               "On the Accidental Flights," No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 3                    [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 3
  "More Talks Break Up," No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 1                      "Sophisticated Electronic Gear Fooled," No. 250 (Dec. 1960);
                                                                             2
  [opens university], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1                       "Stratton Bill"
  [relationship with China], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1                   [immigration], No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 1
  "U.S. Cultural Programs," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2                    [Congress to vote on], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 1
  [UN General Assembly meeting], No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1               "Shame," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1
space race                                                          strikes
  [Sputnik], No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1, No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 1, No.      [and war production], No. 65 (May 1942); 2, No. 67 (Jul.
         222 (Feb. 1958); 1                                                  1942); 1
  [conference on], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 1                          student protest movements
Spain                                                                 [civil defense], No. 245 (May 1960); 2, No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3
  [embargo], No. 11 (Jan. 1937); 1                                    [lunch counter demonstration], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1
  "Child Feeding Mission in Spain," No. 25 (May 1938); 1            studies
  "Committee on Suffering," No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1                     [defense policies and individual freedom], No. 217 (Sep.
  [copper mine], No. 55 (May 1941); 1                                        1957); 2
  ["Food for Europe"], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1                          [civil defense], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 2
  [clothing donations], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 2                         [military alliance with sci-tech industry], No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 2
  "As Others See Us," No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 2                        "Subversive Activities Control Act"
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1, No. 242 (Feb.     "How to Influence People and Lose Freedom," No. 144 (Apr.
         1960); 2                                                            1950); 2
Spanish Americans                                                   Suez Canal
  "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2            "Speaking of Suez," No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 1
speech. See freedom of speech                                         "Just in Case 'It' Comes," No. 209 (Nov. 1956); 1
spies and spying. See espionage; wiretapping                          "To Be Remembered," No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 1
Sputnik                                                               "A Plan for Peace," No. 212 (Feb. 1957); 1
  "Sputnik II," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1                              Summit meetings
  [scientific research], No. 220 (Dec. 1957); 1                       [disarmament], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                    "Three to One," No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 2
SS Booker T. Washington                                               [Middle East], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1
  "It Can Be Done!", No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 2                            [failure of], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 1
Stalin, Joseph                                                        See also Geneva talks
  "Munich to Tehran to World War III," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1        "Super-Navy Bill"
  [comments about by Libby], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2                    [shipbuilding], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1
  "Communist Congress," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2                        "On Armaments," No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1
standard of living                                                    "Personally," No. 24 (Apr. 1938); 1
  [in the U.S.], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2                                "Battleships or Houses?", No. 25 (May 1938); 1
  [worldwide], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 1                                 "Peace Day in Syracuse," No. 25 (May 1938); 2
  [U.S.], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2                                      [Guam], No. 35 (May 1939); 1
  [letter to the editor], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2                    Sweden
Standard Oil Corp.                                                    "Trust Busters," No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
  "Monopoly," No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1                                   [clothing donations], No. 85 (May 1944); 2, No. 110 (Dec.
  "Business as Usual," No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1                               1946); 1
Stasson, Harold E.                                                    [reunification of Germany], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
  "First Minister of Peace," No. 194 (Apr. 1955); 1                   "Business Exchange," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1
  "Bombs Bursting in Air," No. 205 (May 1956); 2                    Switzerland
  "Disarmament Talks Fail," No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1, No. 219           [clothing donations], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 2, No. 85 (May 1944);
         (Nov. 1957); 1                                                      2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                    "Geneva," No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1
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  "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.                 [letters to the editor about], No. 160 (Dec. 1951); 1
         1959); 3, No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 3                             [16th anniversary], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
  "New Officers," No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 4                              ["Tanks for Tractors" program], No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1
  "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 246b (Aug.                [18th anniversary], No. 181 (Jan. 1954); 1
         1960); 3                                                     ["Tanks for Tractors" program], No. 182 (Feb. 1954); 1
Syracuse (NY)                                                         [20th anniversary], No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 1
  [blackout in], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1                                [objectives], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 3
  [as the typical U.S. community], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2              "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 240 (Dec.
  [racism in emplyment], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                               1959); 3
  [Mayor's Relief Committee], No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 1                  [meeting], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 4
  [local government radio program], No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2            See also AFSC; New York State Peace Council (NYSPC);
  [World Government Week], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1                            Syracuse Meeting of Friends; name of chapter or
  [NYSPC], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1                                            location
Syracuse Council of Churches                                        Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- events and programs
  [conscription], No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2                              [study groups proposed], No. 8 (Oct. 1936); 1
  "Our Twelfth," No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1                               [on WFBL], No. 11 (Jan. 1937); 1
  [World Government Week], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1                     [Peace Play contest], No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1
  [Cold War and NATO], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 1                         "Peace Day in Syracuse," No. 25 (May 1938); 2
Syracuse Herald-Journal                                               [programs], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1
  [reprint of editorial on Formosa], No. 192 (Feb. 1955); 1           "Forum," No. 31 (Jan. 1939); 1
  "First Minister of Peace," No. 194 (Apr. 1955); 1                   [programs], No. 36 (Jun. 1949); 1

Syracuse Meeting of Friends                                         Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- events and programs
  [destruction of Koinonia Farm in GA], No. 215 (May 1957); 3       (Continued)
  See also AFSC                                                       [NYS Fair booth], No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1, No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1
Syracuse Peace Council (SPC)                                           [programs], No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 1, No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1, No.
  [peace bond campaign], No. 1 (Jan. 1936); 1                                 77 (Sep. 1943); 1
  [establishment of Peace Library], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1              [All-Women's Peace Congress/One Day Conference], No. 79
  [peace bond campaign], No. 3 (Mar. 1936); 1                                 (Nov. 1943); 1
  [Emergency Peace Campaign (EPC)], No. 5 (May 1936); 1               [workshop on community problems], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1,
  [interviews election candidates], No. 8 (Oct. 1936); 1                      No. 85 (May 1944); 1
  [Emergency Peace Campaign (EPC)], No. 9 (Nov. 1936); 1,             "Supper Forums," No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2
         No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1, No. 13 (Mar. 1937); 1                 [Forum Series], No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 1, No. 108 (Oct. 1946);
  “Dear Friends of Peace,” No. 15 (May 1937); 1                               1, No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 1
  [birthday celebration/proposal of a peace school], No. 21 (Jan.     [conference review], No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 2
         1938); 1                                                     [Membership "Round-Up"], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 1
  [on neutrality], No. 35 (May 1939); 1                               [programs], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1, No. 137 (Sep. 1949); 1
  [interviews Congressman Hancock], No. 41 (Jan. 1940); 1             "What Are We Doing?", No. 147 (Sep. 1950); 1
  [continued efforts of], No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 2                       ["A School for Peace"], No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 1
  [objectives], No. 50 (Dec. 1940); 1                                 [reports from international students], No. 155 (May 1951); 1
  [meeting], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2                                    [NYS Fair booth], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1
  [statement of policy/eight points], No. 57 (Sep. 1941); 1           [programs], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 3
  "Elevens Luncheons," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2                          "Russian Roulette," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2
  [statement of purpose], No. 60 (Dec. 1941); 1, No. 65 (May          [high school youth program], No. 225 (May 1958); 2
         1942); 1                                                     "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.
  [7th anniversary], No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 1                                    1959); 3
  [meeting], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 1                                  Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- PNL
  [statement of policy], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1                        [issue dedicated to local clergy], No. 70 (Dec. 1942); 1
  [objectives], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2                                 [first issue co-published with NYSPC], No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1
  [meeting], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1                                   [circulation of], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1
  [10th anniversary], No. 100 (Dec. 1945); 1                          [State Fair edition], No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 1
  [objectives], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 1                                [resignation of editor], No. 245 (May 1960); 1
  [10th anniversary], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 1                        Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- PNL -- corrections
  [role of in post WWII era], No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 2                  "Why Not Do This," [No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 2] No. 43 (Mar. 1940);
  [meeting/objectives], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1                                1
  [economic plank], No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2                          Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- PNL -- editorials
  [finances], No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 1                                  ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1
  [awards scholarship], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 2                       [from Whitney re: conscription], No. 24 (Apr. 1938); 1
  [finances], No. 118 (Oct. 1947); 1                                  "Guest Editorial by F.D. Roosevelt," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 1
  [as an agency for CARE], No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2                     [PNL editorial purpose], No. 65 (May 1942); 1
  [12th anniversary], No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 1                          [conscription], No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 1
  [World Government Week], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1                     [Viet Nam/Indo-China], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 1
  [finances], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 2                                  [Korean War], No. 174 (Apr. 1953); 1
  [expansion of], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1                              [destruction of Koinonia Farm in GA], No. 215 (May 1957); 3
  [finances/Peace Library], No. 147 (Sep. 1950); 1                    [civil defense and nuclear war], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 2
  "Statement of Policy," No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 1                     Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- PNL -- letters to the editor
  [15th anniversary], No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 1, No. 152 (Feb.           [to FDR], No. 18 (Oct. 1937); 1
         1951); 1                                                     [arms to Japan], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  [letter to the editor about], No. 155 (May 1951); 1                 [democracy behind the lines], No. 65 (May 1942); 1
  [meeting], No. 156 (Jun. 1951); 2


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  [executive orders/Victory Corps/War Manpower                            "As Others Hear Us," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2
          Commission/totalitarianism], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1              "As Others See Us," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2, No. 174 (Apr.
  [British code leak/Dumbarton Oaks/post-war world], No. 88                      1953); 1, No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1
          (Oct. 1944); 1                                                Syracuse Post-Standard
  [Europe/France/China], No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 2                            [editorial about AFSC report on U.S.-Soviet relations], No. 137
  [WAVES/UN Charter], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1                                    (Sep. 1949); 2
  [war in France], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2                                 [letter to re: UN], No. 174 (Apr. 1953); 1
  [clothing donation], No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 2                           Syracuse Refugee Committee
  [Korean War], No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 2                                    "A Place to Call Home," No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2
  [importance of SPC], No. 155 (May 1951); 1                            Syracuse Savings Bank
  [PNL], No. 155 (May 1951); 1                                            [World Government Week in Syracuse], No. 131 (Jan. 1949);
  [attitudes toward communist countries/conscription], No. 159                   1
          (Nov. 1951); 2                                                Syracuse Teachers Union
  [PNL, British Dilemma], No. 160 (Dec. 1951); 1                          [SPC programs], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
  [remilitarization of Germany], No. 166a (Jul. 1952); 2                Syracuse University (SU)
  [Krupp Steel Works], No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1                             [Nye lecture], No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1
  [political ideology], No. 174 (Apr. 1953); 2                            [student debate], No. 38 (Nov. 1939); 1
  [espionage], No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 2                                     [Tolley on conscription], No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 2
  [visit to Germany], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1                              [Nisei professor], No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 2
  [churches/poverty], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2
                                                                        Syracuse University (SU) (Continued)
  [militarism and education], No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 2                      [SPC cooperation with Hendricks Chapel], No. 136 (Jun.
  [from Japan re: atomic bomb], No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 2                          1949); 1
  "Exchange With Richard Nixon," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 3                   "Three Problems," No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1
Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- PNL -- poetry, etc.                       "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.
  "Europe's Children" (V.B.), No. 8 (Jan. 1944); 1                              1959); 3
  "I Have No Time" (Gibbs), No. 45 (May 1940); 1                          "Buy Your Big Beautiful Bomb Shelter" (poem), No. 239 (Nov.
  "Come, Fifty Million Men and Women!" (Cleghorn), No. 51                       1959); 2
         (Jan. 1941); 2                                                 Syracuse University (SU) -- Daily Orange
  "To Jesus on His Birthday"/"The Measure" (Millay/Morgan),               [on conscription], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2
         No. 60 (De. 1941); 1
  "Promise-Maker" [Binns], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                        T
  [no title: Gilman], No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 1                             Taft, Phelps
  ["Because you would not think..."] (Hagedorn), No. 89 (Nov.             [lecture by], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1
         1944); 1                                                       Taiwan. See Formosa
  "I Have No Turn" (Gibbs), No. 98 (Oct. 1945); 1                       "Tanks for Tractors" program
  ["And the Lord God whispered..."] (Morgan), No. 119 (Nov.               [farming], No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1, No. 182 (Feb. 1954); 1
         1947); 1                                                       Tapp, Robert
  ["THE CURE for murder..."] (Evans), No. 121 (Jan. 1948); 2              [NYSPC], No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1
  "Twice Told Tales for Christmas" (Lester/Torrance), No. 140           tariffs
         (Dec. 1949); 1                                                   "Cooperation vs. Competition," No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2
  ["The Bomb That Fell on Hiroshima"] (unknown), No. 146a                 "Protection or Peace," No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1
         (Jul. 1950); 2                                                   "Issues of Reciprocal Trade," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1
  ["Omonee, Omonee" (Mother, Mother)], No. 159 (Nov. 1951);               [U.S. policy in Latin America], No. 225 (May 1958); 2
         1                                                              Tarkington, Booth
  [Elizabethan "Prayer for Our Enemies"], No. 160 (Dec. 1951);            [on conscription], No. 96b (Aug. 1945); 1
         1                                                              taxation
  "The Smallest Angel" (Binns), No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 1                    "On Armaments," No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1
  "New Year Greetings," No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 1                            "Why Not Do This?" [corr. No. 44 (Apr. 1940);2], No. 43 (Mar.
  "Political Greatness 1821" (Shelley), No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 2                   1940); 1
  ["Were half the power..."] (Longfellow), No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1         [national defense], No. 56b (Aug. 1941); 1
  ["The little girl saw her first troop...] (Sandburg), No. 198 (Oct.     [exemption of British defense industry from], No. 61 (Jan.
         1955); 2                                                                 1942); 2
  "The Other Time" (Appleton), No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 2                     "Rich Man's War, Poor Man's...", No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
  "Verse for Vacation Time" (Netherlands), No. 206b (Aug.                 "Office of Peace Administration," No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1
         1956); 2                                                         [poll taxes], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1, No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1, No.
  "Poet's Corner," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2                                         79 (Nov. 1943); 1
  ["clean" bomb] (anonymous), No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 1                      "Kill the Poll Tax," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1
  [hymn by William W. Reid, Jr.], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 3                  "Universal Conscription?", No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 2
  [from "The King and I"], No. 234 (Apr. 1959); 1                         [poll taxes], No. 85 (May 1944); 1
  "Buy Your Big Beautiful Bomb Shelter" (SU Methodist Youth               "Cooperation vs. Competition," No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2
         Foundation), No. 239 (Nov. 1959); 2                              "Protection or Peace," No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1
  "To An Atomic Scientist" (Darcy), No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 3                "Taxes and Death," No. 115 (May 1947); 2
Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- PNL -- series                             [support prices], No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 2
  "As Others See Us," No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 1, No. 141 (Jan.               "Essay for Our Times VI," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 2
         1950); 2                                                         "How Stalin Can Win," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 2
  "Essay for our Times," No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 2, No. 153 (Mar.            [tariffs], No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1, No. 225 (May 1958); 2
         1951); 2, No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 2, No. 155 (May 1951); 2,       Taylor, Harry B.
         No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 2, No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 2                 [letter to the editor], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1
  "As Others See Us," No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1                              [SPC meeting], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1


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teenagers. See children and youth                                    "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
television                                                           "After Munich -- What?", No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1
   [South Africa bans], No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 2                       [blockades and embargoes], No. 37 Sep. 1939); 1, No. 38
Tennyson, Hallam                                                            (Nov. 1939); 1, No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1                 "Stab in the Back Marked "U.S.A.'", No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1
Texaco, Inc.                                                         [blockades and embargoes], No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1, No. 48
   "Cuba," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 1                                           (Oct. 1940); 2
Texas                                                                "Cooperation vs. Competition," No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 2
   [ban on artwork], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 2                          "Protection or Peace," No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 1
   [lunch counter demonstration], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1            "Is the World Big Enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug.
theater                                                                     1949); 1
   [Sherwood's "There Shall Be No Night"], No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 2     [U.S. export of oil equipment to the Soviet Union], No. 139
Thomas, Evan                                                                (Nov. 1949); 1
   "Heard at Anti-War Rally in New York City," No. 48 (Oct.          [U.S. legislation on], No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1
          1940); 1                                                   [U.S. policy in Latin America], No. 225 (May 1958); 2
Thomas, Norman                                                       "If I Were Secretary of State," No. 235 (May 1959); 3
   "Sentence Summaries," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1                       [free trade], No. 241 (Jan. 1960); 1
   "Want Not - Will Not," No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1
   "Heard at Anti-War Rally in New York City," No. 48 (Oct.
          1940); 1                                                 Traub, W. H.
   [series on censorship], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1                      [SPC appreciation of], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1
   [on civil rights in war time], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1            treason
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 2                    [AFSC on], No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 2
   [analysis of Cairo Declaration], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2             "The Big Lie vs. The Great Loyalty," No. 180 (Dec. 1953); 2
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1                   See also espionage
   "The Affair Wallace," No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1                    treaties
Thompson, Dorothy                                                     [sanctity of], No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1
   [on the Dumbarton Oaks Conference], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 1,         "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
          No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 1                                       "We Built the German Air Force," No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1
   [on conscription], No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 1                          "Good Neighbor," No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1
   "If Peace Broke Out," No. 159 (Nov. 1951); 1                       [Cairo Declaration], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 2, No. 83 (Mar. 1944);
Tibet                                                                        1
   "Khruschev at the UN," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1                      [Versailles Treaty], No. 87 (Sep. 1944); 1
Titsworth, Irving                                                     [Cairo Declaration], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2
   [SPC appreciation of], No. 11 (Jan. 1937); 1                       [Versailles Treaty], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1, No. 137 (Sep.
Tittle, Ernest Fremont                                                       1949); 2
   "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 240 (Dec.                [Geneva Conventions], No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1
          1959); 3                                                    [AFSC Institute lecture/security pact], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
Tolan Committee Report                                                "International Negotiation," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2
   [U.S. confinement of Japanese Americans], No. 66 (Jun.          Triple Cities Peace Council
          1942); 1                                                    "State Wide," No. 196 (Jun. 1955); 1
Tolley, William P.                                                 Trischira, John
   [on conscription], No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 2                           [lecture by], No. 225 (May 1958); 2
Torrance, C. Philip                                                Triumph Explosives Co.
   "The Treasurer Speaks," No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 1                     [war frauds], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
   [SPC finances], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1                          Trocmé, André
   "Twice Told Tales for Christmas," No. 140 (Dec. 1949); 1           [on disarmament], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1
totalitarianism                                                    Trocmé, Magda
   "Conscription of Women," No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2                     [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1
   [evacuation of Japanese Americans], No. 65 (May 1942); 2        Truman, Harry S.
   [SPC issue on], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1                              "The President of the U.S. Speaks," No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1
   [in a post-war world], No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 2                       [receives letter from children re: Korean War], No. 155 (May
   "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2               1951); 1
   "Is the World Big Enough for All of Us?", No. 136b (Aug.        Truman Administration
          1949); 1                                                    [objectives], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2
   "Twelve Hours for Peace," No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 1                  [conscription], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 2
   [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 206a (Jul. 1956); 1                  [world peace], No. 106 (Jun. 1946); 1
   See also communism; fascism                                        [Truman Doctrine], No. 115 (May 1947); 1, No. 126 (Jun.
Toyman Heights Friends Meeting                                               1948); 2
   "Voice of Experience," No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2                      [militarism], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 1
Toynbee, Arnold                                                       [Truman Doctrine], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
   "Essay for Our Times V," No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 2                   [post-war scares], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
toys                                                                  [proposal for disarmament], No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 2
   [war toys and games], No. 19 (Nov. 1937); 1, No. 141 (Jan.         [Indo-China], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 2
          1950); 1                                                    [atomic energy], No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1
   [toy aircraft], No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 1                             See also Dumbarton Oaks Conference; Potsdam
trade                                                                        Conference; Yalta Conference
   [U.S. with China and Japan], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1               Trump, E.N.
   [blockades and embargoes], No. 11 (Jan. 1937); 1                   [SPC appreciation of], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1
   "Of First Importance," No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                    tuberculosis


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  [in Europe], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                              [Middle East], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 1
  "And While the Fight Goes on They Starve," No. 71 (Jan.         "The Burden of Friendship," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2
        1943); 1                                                  [World Order Study Conference], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1
  "Starvation -- Humor of Fact?", No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2          "The West and Belief," No. 231 (Jan. 1959); 1
Tunisia                                                           [World Order Study Conference], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 4
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1                "If I Were Secretary of State," No. 235 (May 1959); 3
Turkey                                                            "The Only Thing We Have To Fear Is Fear Itself," No. 239
  [sends donations to Greece], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2                     (Nov. 1959); 2
  [famine in], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2                              "Disarmament, Control, & Emantics," No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 1
  [Truman Doctrine], No. 115 (May 1947); 1, No. 126 (Jun.         [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 1
        1948); 2, No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1                          [Congo Republic], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1
  "Crumbling Bastions," No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 2                    [General Assembly/Castro speech], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1
Turner, Martha                                                    [General Assembly], No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1
  "New Officers," No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 4                          See also Dumbarton Oaks Conference
typhus
  [in Europe], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1

                                                                UN Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation
U                                                                 "Radioactivity Has Effects," No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
UN                                                              UN Declaration of Human Rights
  "And While the Fight Goes on They Starve," No. 71 (Jan.         [and South Africa], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 2
         1943); 1                                               UN Disarmament Commission
  [letter to the editor], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1                   "U.S. Proposal," No. 165 (May 1952); 1
  "Unconditional Surrender," No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                [inspection of Soviet nuclear plants], No. 181 (Jan. 1954); 1
  "Charter, Charter," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2                       "Inaction is Folly," No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 1
  "Foreign Policy," No. 86a (Jul. 1944); 2                        [suggestions for], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 2
  "Dumbarton Hoax," No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 1                         See also Geneva talks
  "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1                UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
  "The Talk of the Town," No. 95 (May 1945); 1                        (UNESCO)
  "Gandhi Speaks," No. 95 (May 1945); 2                           [peace training], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 1
  [charter for], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 2                            [media attack on], No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 1
  [Britain on/role in post war era], No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 2       [American Legion], No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 2
  "Spy Scare," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1                           UN International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)
  [conscription], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1                          [in Brazil], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1
  "Notes from the I.F.O.R. Conference," No. 105 (May 1946); 2     "At the UN," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1
  [letter to the editor], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1               UN International Refugees Organization (UNIRO)
  [Simon on], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 2                             "Statistics," No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1
  [disarmament], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1                         UN Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)
  [budget], No. 115 (May 1947); 2                                 [food and nutrition], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1
  [peace], No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 1                                 [clothing donations], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 2
  [conscription], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 1                         "The March of Famine," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 2
  [Dutch East Indies], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 2                     [famine in Europe], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1
  [NATO], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1, No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1         [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 2
  [McMahon proposals], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2                   Union of Red Crescent Societies of the U.S.S.R.
  "A Korean Voice," No. 146b (Aug. 1950); 1                       [U.S. flood victims], No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 2
  [budget/policy in Aisa], No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 2              unions
  [South Africa], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 2                          [New Jersey], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1
  "UN - FBI," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2                              [in Mississippi], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1
  [Korean War], No. 171 (Jan. 1953); 2                            [Syracuse Teachers Union], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
  [letter to the Syracuse Post-Standard about], No. 174 (Apr.     [National Farmers Union], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2
         1953); 1                                               United Council of Church Women
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 1               [conscription], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 2
  [public opinion poll], No. 177 (Sept. 1953); 2                  [disarmament], No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 2
  [Indo-China], No. 186 (Jun. 1954); 2                          United World Federalists
  "China and the U.N.", No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 1                    [World Government Week in Syracuse], No. 131 (Jan. 1949);
  [Formosa], No. 192 (Feb. 1955); 1                                     1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1             "Universal Military Training Bill"
  "UN Anniversary," No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 1                        "Defeat the Draft," No. 105 (May 1946); 1
  "Little Lessons in History," No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 2             "Special Session," No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 1
  ["Turning Points Toward Peace"], No. 200 (Dec. 1955); 1         "UMTimetable," No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2
  ["McCarren-Walter Act"], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2                 "UMT," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2
  [Arab-Israeli relations], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1                "UMT is a Political Issue," No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 2
  "Before You Vote," No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 1                      "Stop, Look, Listen," No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 1
  [Egypt], No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 1                                 "Be Alert," No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1
  [Arab-Israeli relations], No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 2                "U.M.T.", No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1
  [UN Day in Wisconsin], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 2                   "Calling All Men," No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 2
  "Freedom to Worship," No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1                    "Not UMT but CRP," No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1              universities. See colleges and universities
  "Warbug on Disarmament," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1               University of Buffalo
  "Walk for Peace," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 2                        [Frontier Award], No. 206b (Aug. 1956); 2


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U.S.                                                                    [WACS], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
  [the typical U.S. community], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2                   [banishment of German Americans], No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 1
  [standard of living in], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2                        [racial discrimination/selling of tools as scrap metal], No. 78
  [diet and attitudes in], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                               (Oct. 1943); 2
  [diet in], No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1, No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 2, No.       [racial discrimination], No. 86a (Jul. 1944); 1
         106 (Jun. 1946); 2                                             [detainment of Japanese Americans], No. 91 (Jan 1945); 2
  "As Others See U.S.", No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 1                          [civilian economy], No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2
  [understanding of issues facing Europe], No. 123 (Mar. 1948);         [bombing of Tokyo], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1
         1                                                              "U.S. Army Builds Men," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 2
  "As Others See Us," No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 2, No. 161 (Jan.             "Korea: A Sergeant's View," No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1
         1952); 1                                                       "The ? Army Builds Men and Defends Freedom," No. 196
  "As Others Hear Us," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2                                   (Jun. 1955); 2
  "As Others See Us," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2, No. 174 (Apr.             "And a Little Child," No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 2
         1953); 1, No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 1                               [WACS], No. 207 (Sep. 1956); 2
  [attitudes on communism], No. 186 (Jun. 1954); 2                      [ROTC], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1
  [view of Germany], No. 189 (Nov. 1954); 1                             "Warbug on Disarmament," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1
  [standard of living in], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2                       [ROTC], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 3, No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 3
  [letter to the editor], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2                      U.S. armed forces -- Marine Corps
  [desegregation of the South], No. 205 (May 1956); 1                   [SPARS], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
  "Exchange Students," No. 216 (Jun. 1957); 1                           "The Marines Tell It," No. 95 (May 1945); 1
  [anti-Americanism], No. 226a (Jul. 1958); 2                           "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
  "Our World in Miniature," No. 236b (Aug. 1959); 1                     [in China], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 3                      "Korea: A Marine's View," No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1
  "Sober Facts," No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 4                               U.S. armed forces -- Navy
  "U.S. Cultural Programs," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 2                      [building up of], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1
U.S. armed forces                                                       [estimates cost of war with Japan], No. 20 (Dec. 1937); 1
  [education and training], No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1                       [sinking of the U.S.S. Panay/"Super-Navy Bill"], No. 21 (Jan.
  "Six Point Minimum Program," No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 2                            1938); 1
  [in the Soviet Union], No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1                          [British Navy/"Super-Navy Bill"], No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1
  "Puts it Up to Hysteria," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1                      ["Super-Navy Bill"], No. 24 (Apr. 1938); 1, No. 25 (May 1938);
  [base in Northern Ireland], No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1                            1, 2
  [morale and behavior], No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2                          "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
  "G.I. Joes Says," No. 86a (Jul. 1944); 1                              [battleships], No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1
  "G.I. Joe's Idea is Different," No. 96b (Aug. 1945); 1                ["Super-Navy Bill"], No. 35 (May 1939); 1
  "Infantry Outmoded," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                           [budget/"Vinson Naval Bill"], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  [POWs], No. 105 (May 1946); 1                                         [Press Relations Office on call], No. 55 (May 1941); 1
  [letter to the editor], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1                       "Impeachment of Secretaries Knox and Stimson Asked For,"
  [morale and behavior/POWs], No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1                           No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
  [morale and behavior], No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1                         [neutrality law], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 1
  [indoctrination], No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 2                            U.S. budget
  [military training films in high schools] (letter), No. 159 (Nov.     [defense], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1, No. 5 (May 1936); 1, No. 39
         1951); 2                                                               (Dec. 1939); 1
  [POWs], No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 1, No. 173 (Mar. 1953); 2                "Why Not Do This?" [corr. No. 44 (Apr. 1940);2], No. 43 (Mar.
  [indoctrination], No. 175 (May 1953); 2                                       1940); 1
  [POWs], No. 175 (May 1953); 2                                         [defense], No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 1, No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 1, No. 63
  [nonviolent approach to peace], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1                        (Mar. 1942); 1, No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2, No. 109 (Nov.
  [Japanese protest expansion of Air Force base], No. 213 (Mar.                 1946); 1, No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 2, No. 115 (May 1947); 2,
         1957); 2                                                               No. 137 (Sep. 1949); 2, No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 1
  "We Do It Also!", No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 2                              "How Stalin Can Win," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 2
  [bases abroad], No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 3                                [defense], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1, No. 175 (May 1953); 2
  "Church, Home, Military," No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 3                      "Federal Appropriations," No. 209 (Nov. 1956); 2
  "But We Bravely Plan & Devise," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1                [estimated], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 1
  [military force], No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1                              [defense], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1, No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1, No.
  See also conscription                                                         223 (Mar. 1958); 1, No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 1
U.S. armed forces -- Air Force                                        U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  [building up of], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1                                [conscription], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1
  [China], No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 2                                        ["sells" conscription], No. 202 (Feb. 1956); 2
  "As Others See Us," No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 2                            "A New Look From Big Business," No. 239 (Nov. 1959); 1
  "As Others Hear Us," No. 170 (Dec. 1952); 2                         U.S. Congress
  [nonviolent approach to peace], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1                "Military Defection Bill," No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1
  [Japanese protest base expansion], No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 2             "Boileau Bill" [proposed Dept. of Defense]/"Ludlow
  "On the Accidental Flights," No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1                           Amendment" [declaration of war], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1
  [downing of U-2 plane], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 1, No. 246a (Jul.        "Boileau Bill"/"Ludlow Amendment," No. 5 (May 1936); 1
         1960); 1, No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2                              "Neutrality," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1
U.S. armed forces -- Army                                               ["Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"/Spanish embargo], No. 11 (Jan.
  "On Armaments," No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1                                         1937); 1
  "Problems in Arithmetic," No. 69 (Nov. 1942); 2                       ["Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"/"War Profits Bill"], No. 12 (Feb.
  [detainment of Japanese Americans], No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 1                     1937); 1
  "Freeze the Army," No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 2                              ["Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"/”War Profits Bill"], No. 13 (Mar.
  [Darryl Zanuck enlists], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1                               1937); 1, No. 14 (Apr. 1937); 1, No. 16 (Jun. 1937); 1


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"Ludlow Amendment," No. 18 (Oct. 1937); 1                              [peace petition to/"Subversive Activities Control Act"], No. 144
["Ludlow Amendment"/"Super-Navy Bill"], No. 21 (Jan. 1938);                   (Apr. 1950); 2
        1, No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1                                       ["Universal Military Training Bill"], No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 2, No.
["Super-Navy Bill"], No. 24 (Apr. 1938); 1, No. 25 (May 1938);                151 (Jan. 1951); 1, No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1
        1, 2                                                           [emergency food bill], No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 2
"Ludlow Amendment," No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1                              ["McCarren-Walter Act"] (immigration), No. 166b (Aug. 1952);
["Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"/"Ludlow Amendment"], No. 29 (Nov.                   1
        1938); 1                                                       ["McCarren-Walter Act"], No. 167 (Sep. 1952); 1
"Get Ready for the 76th Congress," No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1               ["Universal Military Training Bill"], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1
[civil liberties/"Ludlow Amendment"]/["Super-Navy Bill"], No.          ["McCarren-Walter Act"], No. 178 (Oct. 1953); 2
        35 (May 1939); 1                                               "McCarren-Walter Act," No. 185 (May 1954); 2
"Wagner-Rogers Bill" [refugees/immigration], No. 35 (May               ["Universal Military Training Bill"], No. 187 (Sep. 1954); 2
        1939); 1                                                       [air and naval power in Indo-China], No. 188 (Oct. 1954); 2
"Ludlow Amendment," No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 1                              ["Universal Military Training Bill"], No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1
"Vinson Naval Bill," No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1                             "Signs and Portents," No. 196 (Jun. 1955); 1
"Ludlow Amendment," No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1                            U.S. Congress (Continued)
["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1                            [reserve bill], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 2
"Selective Service Act" ["Burke-Wadsworth Bill"], No. 46a (Jul.        ["McCarren-Walter Act"], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2
        1940); 1, No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1, No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 1        [disarmament], No. 215 (May 1957); 1
"Johnson Act" [war debts of Great Britain], No. 49 (Nov. 1940);        [security and trade legislation], No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1
        1                                                              [Joint Atomic Committee], No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 1
["Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"/Johnson Act"], No. 51 (Jan. 1941); 1         [biological and chemical warfare/suspension of nuclear tests],
["Lend-Lease-Give Bill"], No. 51 (Jan. 1941): 1, No. 52 (Feb.                 No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 1
        1941); 1, No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1, No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2         [House Un-American Activities Commission], No. 238 (Oct.
[conscription], No. 56b (Aug. 1941); 1                                        1959); 1
"Hill-Sheppard-May Bill," No. 58 (Oct. 1941); 1, No. 59 (Nov.          [world court], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4, No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 3
        1941); 1                                                       [Joint Atomic Committee], No. 245 (May 1960); 1
[war profits report], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2                          U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights
[abandoning of CCC camps/scrap rubber drive], No. 68 (Aug.             ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1, No. 5 (May
        1942); 1                                                              1936); 1, No. 18 (Oct. 1937); 1, No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1,
[war contracts], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 2                                        No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1, No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 2, No. 25
["Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"]/"White                             (May 1938); 2, No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1, No. 29 (Nov.
        Supremacy"/"National War Service Bill," No. 68a (Sep.                 1938); 1, No. 35 (May 1939); 1, No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 1,
        1942); 1                                                              No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1, No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1
"Selective Service Law," No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1                         [Article IV], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1
["Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"], No. 75 (May                [Japanese Americans], No. 66 (Jun. 1942); 1
        1943); 1, 2                                                    [and the ACLU], No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 1
"Immediate Peace Advocated By Quakers," No. 75 (May                    [German Americans], No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 1
        1943); 2                                                       "We Pledge Allegiance," No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 1
[food production], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1                              [conscription], No. 192 (Feb. 1955); 2
["Asiatic Exclusion Act"], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 2                      See also U.S. Supreme Court
["Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"], No. 76b (Aug.            U.S. Department of Agriculture
        1943); 1                                                       [food rationing], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2
["Austin-Wadsworth National Service Bill"]/["Asiatic Exclusion         "Give More Than Thanks!", No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1
        Act"]/"Gillette-Taft Resolution"/["Gurney-Wadsworth            [authorizes dumping of U.S. potato crop], No. 116 (Jun. 1947);
        Bill"], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2                                         2, No. 143 (Mar. 1950); 2
["Asiatic Exclusion Act"], No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1                       [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
[conscription], No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 2, No. 84 (APr. 1944); 2         U.S. Department of Commerce
["Austin-Wadsworth National Service                                    "Universal Conscription?", No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 2
        Bill"]/"Gurney-Wadsworth Bill," No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2          [export of oil equipment to the Soviet Union], No. 139 (Nov.
[hearings on conscription], No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 2                             1949); 1
["Asiatic Exclusion Act"], No. 91 (Jan. 1945); 2                       [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
["Lend-Lease-Give Bill"], No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2                      U.S. Department of Defense
"Hill-Sheppard-May Bill," No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 1                       "Boileau Bill," No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1, No. 5 (May 1936); 1
"Selective Service Law," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                        [Japanese army], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2
["Universal Military Training Bill"], No. 105 (May 1946); 1            [conscription], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1
[conscription and the elections], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 2, No.          [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
        109 (Nov. 1946); 2                                             See also civil defense; U.S. Department of War
"Stratton Bill" [refugees/immigration], No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 1       U.S. Department of Justice
[conscription], No. 117 (Sep. 1947); 2                                 [labor organizing], No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1
["Lend-Lease"/"Stratton Bill"/"Universal Military Training Bill"],     [war frauds], No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
        No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 1                                         "Oil and Peace," No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 2
["Universal Military Training Bill"], No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2         U.S. Department of Labor
["McCarren-Walter Act"], No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1                        "Merchants of Death," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2
"Stratton Bill," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1                              U.S. Department of Peace
["Universal Military Training Bill"], No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 2           [proposal for], No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 2, No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1
"Displaced Persons Act" [refugees/immigration], No. 132              U.S. Department of State
        (Feb. 1949); 1                                                 "Comparative Costs," No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1
[conscription], No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 1                                 "Costs," No. 5 (May 1936); 1
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  "On Armaments," No. 22 (Feb. 1938); 1                                  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1
  [Germany], No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1                                       "Three Problems," No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1
  [U.S. hospital ship], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2                            "Those 'Neutralist' Americans," No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 1
  "Behind Moscow," No. 80 (Dec. 1943); 1                                 [role of diplomacy in], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1
  [food to Europe], No. 81 (Jan. 1944); 1                                [diplomatic efforts], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2
  [signing of UN Charter], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 2                         "Another Former Ambassador," No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 2
  [Policy Planning Committee of], No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 2                 "Dilemma in Foreign Policy," No. 246a (Jul. 1960); 2
  [Marshall meets with Nehru], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2                    "U.S. Aid Pledged," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1
  [Sen. McCarthy], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2                                See also name of country
  [proposal for disarmament], No. 149 (Nov. 1950); 2                   U.S. House of Representatives
  "Major Shift in U.S. Foreign Policy," No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 2           "Did Hitler Win?", No. 119 (Nov. 1947); 2
  "Whoa, Dobbin," No. 198 (Oct. 1955); 1                                 "Signs and Portents," No. 196 (Jun. 1955); 1
  [disarmament], No. 199 (Nov. 1955); 1                                  [biological and chemical warfare/suspension of nuclear tests],
  "Agreement on Methods to Monitor Tests," No. 226b (Aug.                       No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 1
         1958); 2                                                      U.S. House of Representatives (Continued)
  "Exchange With Richard Nixon," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 3                  [Un-American Activities Commission], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 1
  "If I Were Secretary of State," No. 235 (May 1959); 3                  See also U.S. Congress
  [Latin America], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1                             U.S. National Bureau of Standards
  "U.S. Aid Pledged," No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1                             "Scientist Quotes Scripture," No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 2
  [military alliance with sci-tech industry], No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 2   U.S. national defense
U.S. Department of the Interior                                          ["Boileau Bill"], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1
  ["Super-Navy Bill"], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1                             "Boileau Bill," No. 5 (May 1936); 1
U.S. Department of the Treasury                                          "What will you do about it?", No. 16 (Jun. 1937); 1
  [Bataan], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2                                        [sale of arms], No. 19 (Nov. 1937); 1
  "Oil and Peace," No. 172 (Feb. 1953); 2                                "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
U.S. Department of War                                                   [Germany], No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1
  [appropriations for], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1                             "Get Ready for the 76th Congress," No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1
  [creation of], No. 5 (May 1936); 1                                     "On Armaments," No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 1
  [mobilization plan], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                             "On Guard," No. 38 (Nov. 1939); 1
  "Caskets and Gadgets," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 1                           "Other People's Money," No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1
  "Preparedness for Profits," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 1                      [sale of arms], No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  "Impeachment of Secretaries Knox and Stimson Asked For,"               "Caskets and Gadgets," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 1
         No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1                                          [production of arms], No. 55 (May 1941); 1
  [conscription of women], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1                        "Armament Program," No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 1
  "Fury of V-Day," No. 87 (Sep. 1944); 1                                 "Rich Man's War, Poor Man's...", No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1
  [and peacetime military training], No. 90 (Dec. 1944); 2               "Infantry Outmoded," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2
  "Conscription Outlook," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2                         "To Abolish," No. 104 (Apr. 1946); 1
  [atomic bombs], No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 1                                 "If the Soviet Union," No. 107 (Sep. 1946); 2
  [creation of a Secr. of Defense], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 2              [during wartime], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1
  [proposed single dept. of], No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 2                     [stockpiling of arms], No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 1
  [war manufacturing], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 2                            "What Price Victory?", No. 113 (Mar. 1947); 2
  See also civil defense; U.S. Department of Defense                     [military training/stockpiling of arms], No. 115 (May 1947); 2
U.S. Food and Drug Administration                                        "War is Preventable," No. 116 (Jun. 1947); 1
  [U.S. food supply], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2                              "The Four P's: Profits, Prices, Politics, Peace," No. 126 (Jun.
U.S. foreign relations                                                          1948); 1
  "Get Ready for the 76th Congress," No. 30 (Dec. 1938); 1               [economic aspects], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
  "Echoes from the Institute," No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 1                     [manufacturing of arms], No. 134 (Apr. 1949); 2
  [peace plans], No. 86a (Jul. 1944); 1                                  "War Scares and Peace Budgets," No. 137 (Sep. 1949); 2
  [and the UN], No. 86a (Jul. 1944); 2                                   [doubling of], No. 151 (Jan. 1951); 1
  [Good Neighbor Policy], No. 88 (Oct. 1944); 2                          "U.S. Proposal," No. 165 (May 1952); 1
  [military personnel as ambassadors and diplomats], No. 104             "No Inclination"/"Responsible People," No. 166a (Jul. 1952); 1
         (Apr. 1946); 2                                                  [NYSPC conference], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1
  "The Affair Wallace," No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1                           [conscription], No. 175 (May 1953); 2
  [Truman Doctrine], No. 115 (May 1947); 1                               "The Big Budget," No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1
  [U.S. State Dept. Policy Planning Committee], No. 116 (Jun.            [study of defense policies on individual freedom], No. 217
         1947); 2                                                               (Sep. 1957); 2
  [Marshall Plan/Truman Doctrine], No. 126 (Jun. 1948); 2                [weapons of mass destruction], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1
  [Marshall Plan], No. 132 (Feb. 1949); 1, No. 133 (Mar. 1949);          "What We Spend," No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 1
         1                                                               "Race Relations - Key to Peace?", No. 237 (Sep. 1959); 1
  [Truman Doctrine], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1                              "A Big Moral Dilemma," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 2
  [diplomacy], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1                                   "Here's a Chiller," No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 2
  "Essay for Our Times," No. 152 (Feb. 1951); 2, No. 153 (Mar.         U.S. National Labor Relations Board
         1951); 2, No. 154 (Apr. 1951); 2, No. 155 (May 1951); 2,        "Men in Mississippi," No. 76 (Jun. 1943); 1
         No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 2, No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 2              U.S. National Security Council
  "The Conventions are Over ...", No. 166b (Aug. 1952); 2                "Disarmament Talks Fail," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 1
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 176b (Aug. 1953); 2                      [on disarmament], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1
  "Major Shift in U.S. Foreign Policy," No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 2         U.S. Office of Education
  "Total Danger," No. 186a (Jul. 1954); 1                                "Education in Democracy," No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 186b (Aug. 1954); 1                      [High School Victory Corps], No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 2
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U.S. Office of Price Administration and Civilian Supply               "Fury of V-Day," No. 87 (Sep. 1944); 1
      (OPACS)                                                         [Lloyd George on], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1
  "Guns or Butter?", No. 57 (Sep. 1941); 1                            "Peace, Peace," No. 137 (Sep. 1949); 2
  [fuel rationing], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1                           veterans
  "Taking Profits Out of War," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                   [war bonus], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1, No. 5 May 1936); 1
U.S. Office of Production Management (OPM)                            [American Veterans Committee], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 2
  [armament production], No. 55 (May 1941); 1                         [pensions], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 2
  [Congressional war profits report], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2           [loyalty oaths], No. 138 (Oct. 1949); 1
U.S. presidency                                                     Veterans of Future Wars
  [FDR and the Supreme Court], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                  [war bonuses], No. 5 (May 1936); 1
  [executive orders issued by FDR], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1           Victims of Fascism
  [authority to send U.S. troops to the Middle East], No. 212         "Note of Hope," No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 2
         (Feb. 1957); 1
  See also name of president or administration
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission                             Viet Nam
  [assets U.S. corporations], No. 101 (Jan. 1946); 2                  [U.S. support of Bao Ðai], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 2
U.S. Senate                                                           [editorial on], No. 162 (Feb. 1952); 1
  [”Military Defection Bill”], No. 2 (Feb. 1936); 1                   [report on], No. 186 (Jun. 1954); 1
  "Neutrality," No. 10 (Dec. 1936); 1                               Villard, Oswald Garrison
  [emergency food bill], No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 2                       "Together We Stand," No. 39 (Dec. 1939); 1
  ["Internal Security Act"] (immigration), No. 185 (May 1954); 2      "There are Alternatives," No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1
  [disarmament], No. 215 (May 1957); 1                                "National Anti-War Congress," No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 2
  [subcommittee hearing on disarmament], No. 215 (May 1957);          "'No A.E.F.' We Say," No. 56a (Jul. 1941); 1
         1                                                            "Of, By, For Trusts," No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 1
  [world court], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4, No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 3       "Echoes of Our Birthday Party," No. 72 (Feb. 1943); 1
  See also U.S. Congress                                              "New Republic Goes Sour on War," No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
U.S. Steel                                                            "Munich to Tehran to World War III," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1
  [profits of], No. 53 (Mar. 1941); 1                                 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1
U.S. Supreme Court                                                  Vinoba
  [FDR and], No. 12 (Feb. 1937); 1                                    "His Soul Goes Marching On," No. 164 (Mar. 1952); 1
  [freedom of speech and religion], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2, No. 76     [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 196b (Aug. 1955); 1
         (Jun. 1943); 1                                             "Vinson Naval Bill"
  [on saluting the flag], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1                      "Houses vs. Battleships," No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1
  [Yamashita trial], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1                         Virginia
  "Footnote on the Iroquois," No. 243 (Mar. 1960); 1                  [poll taxes], No. 68 (Aug. 1942); 1
  See also U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights                     V-J Day
U.S. War Production Board                                             "Fury of V-Day," No. 87 (Sep. 1944); 1
  [Congressional war profits report], No. 62 (Feb. 1942); 2           [Potsdam Conference], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 1
  "Slave Labor Law," No. 75 (May 1943); 1                             [Madame Chiang Kai-Shek quoted], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1
Usborne, Henry                                                      Voorhis, Jerry
  [Arab-Israeli relations], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 1                    [Peace Caravan], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 3
U.S.S. Panay                                                        voting rights
  [sinking of], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1, No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 1          [poll taxes], No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1, No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1, No.
U.S.S.R. See Soviet Union                                                    80 (Dec. 1943); 1, No. 85 (May 1944); 1
Utica (NY)                                                            [of African Americans], No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1
  "Church and State," No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2                         Vultee Aircraft
  "State Wide," No. 196 (Jun. 1955); 1                                "Vultee Sacrifice," No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2
  "What Others Are Doing," No. 208 (Oct. 1956); 1
  "Notes on Community Peace Education," No. 233 (Mar.               W
         1959); 3, No. 240 (Dec. 1959); 3                           WAER radio (Syracuse, NY)
                                                                      [SPC programs on], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
V                                                                   "Wagner-Rogers Bill"
VanKirk, Walter                                                       [refugee children], No. 35 (May 1939); 1
  [NYS Peace Workers Conference], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1             Wallace, Henry A.
  ["McCarren-Walter Act"], No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 2                     [on economic and military warfare], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2
Vatican                                                               [address of], No. 70 (Dec. 1942); 1
  [church/bomb shelter model], No. 52 (Feb. 1941); 2, No. 54          [on imperialism], No. 71 (Jan. 1943); 2
        (Apr. 1941); 1                                                [on the post-war world], No. 78 (Oct. 1943); 1
  [peace message from], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 1                         [on cooperatives], No. 83 (Mar. 1944); 2, No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 1
  "In the Vatican," No. 183 (Mar. 1954); 1                            "The Affair Wallace," No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1
  "The Pope Speaks," No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 2                           "More About Wallace," No. 109 (Nov. 1946); 2
V-E Day                                                               [on the liberal movement], No. 112 (Feb. 1947); 1
  "The Talk of the Town," No. 95 (May 1945); 1                      Walser, Gladys
  [celebration of], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1                             "Echoes of the Summer Institute," No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 2
venereal disease                                                      "The Workshop," No. 85 (May 1944); 1
  "Sinister Sister of the War," No. 68b (Oct. 1942); 2              Walser, Theodore D.
  "Peace Comes to Germany," No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1                   "Eastward the Course Empire," No. 110 (Dec. 1946); 1
Venezuela                                                           Walton (NY)
  [Nixon tour of], No. 225 (May 1958); 2                              "Fallout Statistics," No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 2
Versailles Treaty                                                   war


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  ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1, No. 5 (May           See also biological and chemical warfare; bombs;
        1936); 1                                                         missiles; nuclear weapons
  [Hull on], No. 11 (Jan. 1937); 1                                Webster, Adelaide
  ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1, No. 22 (Feb.        "Hearty Thanks," No. 47 (Sep. 1940); 2
        1938); 1, No. 23 (Mar. 1938); 2, No. 25 (May 1938); 2      [SPC at the NYS Fair], No. 57 (Sep. 1941); 1
  [declaration of], No. 26 (Jun. 1938); 1                          [SPC Nominating Chair], No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1
  ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 27 (Sep. 1938); 1                      [SPC meeting], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 4
  [declaration of], No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1                         Webster, Daniel
  ["Ludlow Amendment"], No. 29 (Nov. 1938); 1, No. 35 (May         [on conscription in 1814], No. 192 (Feb. 1955); 2
        1939); 1, No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 1, No. 43 (Mar. 1940); 1,   Webster, Frederick S.
        No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 1                                      [SPC meeting], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1
  [declaration of], No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 2

  [costs], No. 51 (Jan. 1941); 2                                  Weir, Ernest T.
  "The Basic Cause of War and Fascism," No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2      "Peace Must Be Pursued," No. 184 (Apr. 1954); 1
  [letter to the editor], No. 65 (May 1942); 1                    Welch, Rosa Page
  [Ameringer on], No. 67 (Jul. 1942); 2                            "Majority Report," No. 209 (Nov. 1956); 1
  [civil vs. world], No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 1                        Welles, Sumner
  [film], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1                                   "Can the War Be Saved?", No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 1
  [costs], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2                                  "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
  "Cost of Victory," No. 96b (Aug. 1945); 2                        "The Affair Wallace," No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1
  [future wars and explosives], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 1              [on NATO], No. 133 (Mar. 1949); 1
  "One War is Enough," No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 2                     Wellock, Wilfred
  [renunciation of by Japan], No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 1               [on industrialism], No. 136b (Aug. 1949); 1
  [psychology of], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1                         West, Dan
  [breakdown of society], No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 2                   "Child Feeding Mission in Spain," No. 25 (May 1938); 1
  [psychology of], No. 250 (Dec. 1960); 2                         West, M. Lesley
  See also biological and chemical warfare; disarmament;           [letter to the editor], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1
          militarism; military-industrial complex; name of         [lecture by], No. 201 (Jan. 1956); 1
          country or war                                           [SPC meeting], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 4
war bonuses                                                       Westbury Monthly Meeting
  "Dedicated Bonus," No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1                          [atomic weapons], No. 196a (Jul. 1955); 1
  "In Syracuse," No. 5 May 1936); 1                               WFBL radio (Syracuse, NY)
war crimes                                                         [SPC programs for 1948-1949], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1
  [Yamashita trial], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1                       White, William Allen
  "Shame," No. 123 (Mar. 1948); 1                                  [William Allen White Committee], No. 49 (Nov. 1940); 1, No.
War Manpower Commission                                                   54 (Apr. 1941); 1
  [mobilization of labor], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 2                   "Dragon's Run the War; and How," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 1
war manufacturing. See military-industrial complex                Whitney, Mildred C.
war mobilization plan. See "Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"                [letter to the editor], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1
war poetry. See Syracuse Peace Council (SPC) -- PNL --            Whitney, Norman J.
       poetry, etc.                                                [letter to the editor], No. 24 (Apr. 1938); 1
"War Profits Bill." See "Hill-Sheppard-May Bill"                   [lecture by], No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1
"War Referendum Plan"                                              [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 1
  [1924 approval of], No. 21 (Jan. 1938); 1                        [elected secretary of NYSPC], No. 153 (Mar. 1951); 1
  See also "Ludlow Amendment"                                      [NYSPC conference], No. 169 (Nov. 1952); 1
War Resisters League (WRL)                                         [SPC report], No. 206 (Jun. 1956); 3
  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2                 [AFSC National Peace Education Program directorship], No.
Warbug, James P.                                                          213 (Mar. 1957); 1
  [on U.S. foreign policy], No. 226b (Aug. 1958); 2                "Whitneygram," No. 217 (Sep. 1957); 2
Warbug, Wilbur K.                                                  [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 2
  "Warbug on Disarmament," No. 224 (Apr. 1958); 1                  "The Only Thing We Have To Fear Is Fear Itself," No. 239
Ward, Barbara                                                             (Nov. 1959); 2
  [on communism], No. 226 (Jun. 1958); 1                           "Christian Peace Conference," No. 249 (Nov. 1960); 1
Warren, Roland                                                    William Allen White Committee
  [NYSPC], No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1                                  "Beware of These!", No. 49 (Nov. 1940); 1
Washington, D.C                                                    "Caskets and Contributions," No. 54 (Apr. 1941); 1
  "Walk on Washington," No. 225 (May 1958); 1                     Williams, Russell
Washington (state)                                                 [SPC meeting], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 4
  [dumping of U.S. apple crop], No. 158 (Oct. 1951); 2            Willoughby, George
Watertown (NY)                                                     "Successful Round-Up," No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 1
  "In Other Communities," No. 163 (Feb. 1952); 2                  Wilson, Charles E.
WCFM radio (Washington, DC)                                        "What Heritage?", No. 122 (Feb. 1948); 1
  [first broadcast of], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 2                    Wilson, Raymond
weapons                                                            [letter to the editor], No. 73 (Mar. 1943); 1
  "Essay for Our Times V," No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 2                 [on the ratio of U.S. peace vs. war machinery], No. 138 (Oct.
  "Youth Speaks: A Letter to Mother," No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1              1949); 1
  ["weapons of mass destruction"], No. 221 (Jan. 1958); 1         Wilson, Woodrow
  "What a Little Error Could Do," No. 223 (Mar. 1958); 1           "Peace Terms," No. 82 (Feb. 1944); 1
                                                                   "The President of the U.S. Speaks," No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1


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wiretapping                                                           [public opinion poll on], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 2
  "Any Day 1957," No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 2                              [World Government Week], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1
  "1984," No. 213 (Mar. 1957); 2                                      [international war], No. 136a (Jul. 1949); 1
Wisconsin                                                             [Crusade for World Government], No. 161 (Jan. 1952); 1
  [UN Day], No. 211 (Jan. 1957); 2                                    "Youth Speaks: A Letter to Mother," No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 1
WNDR radio (Syracuse, NY)                                            World Government Day
  [local government radio program on], No. 120 (Dec. 1947); 2         "Elevens Luncheons," No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2
  [SPC programs on], No. 136 (Jun. 1949); 1                          World Government Week
WOLF radio (Syracuse, NY)                                             [proclamation of], No. 131 (Jan. 1949); 1
  [Libby interview], No. 59 (Nov. 1941); 2                           World Grievance Commission
Woll, Marie Louise                                                    "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1
  [on civil liberties], No. 136b (Aug. 1949); 1
                                                                     World Health Organization (WHO)
women                                                                 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 222 (Feb. 1958); 1
 "Gold Star Day," No. 17 (Sep. 1937); 1                              World Methodist Council
 "A Message to Women," No. 24 (Apr. 1938); 2                          "Poet's Corner," No. 219 (Nov. 1957); 2
 [Women's International League for Peace and Freedom                 World Order Study Conference
        (WILPF)], No. 25 (May 1938); 1                                [reports], No. 229 (Nov. 1958); 1, 3, No. 233 (Mar. 1959); 1, 3,
 "Modern Military Science," No. 46b (Aug. 1940); 1                          No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4
 "European Allies," No. 48 (Oct. 1940); 2                            World Peace Foundation
 [racism in employment], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 1                        "How Well Informed Are We?", No. 242 (Feb. 1960); 4
 [conscription of], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 2                            World War I
 "Feed the Starving," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                           [anniversary of/war bonuses], No. 4 (Apr. 1936); 1, No. 5 (May
 [conscription of], No. 76b (Aug. 1943); 1, No. 77 (Sep. 1943);             1936); 1
        2                                                             "Why not?", No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 1
 [All-Women's Peace Council], No. 79 (Nov. 1943); 1                   "Our message," No. 37 (Sep. 1939); 2
 [conscription of], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2                             "In April," No. 44 (Apr. 1940); 2
 "What Are the Wild Waves Saying?", No. 106a (Jul. 1946); 1           "The Vicious Circle," No. 49 (Nov. 1940); 1
 [German Women's Congress for Peace], No. 115 (May 1947);             [slogan of], No. 56 (Jun. 1941); 1
        1                                                             [Versailles Treaty], No. 87 (Sep. 1944); 1, No. 111 (Jan.
 [recollection of WWII], No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 2                             1947); 1, No. 137 (Sep. 1949); 2
 [remilitarization of Japan], No. 156b (Aug. 1951); 1                 See also name of country
 [U.S. Army ROTC], No. 214 (Apr. 1957); 1                            World War II
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom                    [SPC statement of purpose], No. 60 (Dec. 1941); 1
      (WILPF)                                                         [Churchill on U.S. entry into], No. 63 (Mar. 1942); 2
 [contributions to], No. 25 (May 1938); 1                             "New Republic Goes Sour on War," No. 77 (Sep. 1943); 2
 "An American Looks at Europe," No. 42 (Feb. 1940); 1                 [Bataan], No. 84 (Apr. 1944); 2
 [donations for refugees], No. 46a (Jul. 1940); 1                     "Pope Warns All of Peril," No. 86 (Jun. 1944); 1
 "Why Not Wage Peace?", No. 56b (Aug. 1941); 2                        "Fury of V-Day," No. 87 (Sep. 1944); 1
 [Dumbarton Oaks conference], No. 89 (Nov. 1944); 1                   [V-E Day], No. 95 (May 1945); 1, No. 96 (Jun. 1945); 1
 [meets with NYSPC], No. 197 (Sep. 1955); 2                           [Japan's surrender], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 2
Workers Defense League (WDL)                                          "Cost of Victory," No. 96b (Aug. 1945); 2
 [right to work], No. 61 (Jan. 1942); 1                               [V-J Day], No. 97 (Sep. 1945); 1
 [New Jersey labor unions], No. 64 (Apr. 1942); 1                     [Madame Chiang Kai-Shek quoted], No. 99 (Nov. 1945); 1
 "Freedom for Popoff," No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2                          "We Did Not Win the War," No. 142 (Feb. 1950); 2
 "Two Messages From...", No. 93 (Mar. 1945); 2                        See also name of country
World Council of Churches                                            Wylie, Ruth
 "They're Still Talking," No. 236a (Jul. 1959); 1                     [awarded scholarship], No. 116b (Aug. 1947); 2
 See also National Council of Churches; New York State
        Council of Churches; Syracuse Council of                     Y
        Churches                                                     Yager, Hannah
world court                                                            [NYSPC], No. 193 (Mar. 1955); 1
 "Program for the United States...", No. 28 (Oct. 1938); 1           Yalta Conference
 [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 86b (Aug. 1944); 2                      "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1
 [U.S. cases in], No. 238 (Oct. 1959); 4                               "The Talk of the Town," No. 95 (May 1945); 1
 "The Participation of the U.S. in the World Court," No. 242         Yamashita, General Tomoyuki
        (Feb. 1960); 3                                                 [trial of], No. 103 (Mar. 1946); 1
 [and Cuba], No. 246b (Aug. 1960); 1                                 YMCA
World Day of Prayer                                                    "Russians Capturing Youth!", No. 228 (Oct. 1958); 2
 [celebration of], No. 144 (Apr. 1950); 1, No. 146a (Jul. 1950); 1   Young, Jean
world government                                                       [SPC meeting], No. 246 (Jun. 1960); 4
 "The Difference Between Local and International Police              youth. See children and youth
        Force," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 1                                Yugoslavia
 "Minimum Requirements for Peace," No. 92 (Feb. 1945); 2               [AFSC Institute lecture], No. 74 (Apr. 1943); 2
 "The Eyes of the World," No. 94 (Apr. 1945); 1                        "As Others See Us," No. 141 (Jan. 1950); 2
 [film], No. 96a (Jul. 1945); 1                                        [UN General Assembly], No. 248 (Oct. 1960); 1
 [post-war world], No. 102 (Feb. 1946); 2
 "Two Ways," No. 106 (Jun. 1946); 1                                  Z
 [Muste on], No. 106b (Aug. 1946); 1                                 Zambia. See Rhodesia
 [disarmament], No. 111 (Jan. 1947); 1                               Zanuck, Darryl


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  "Sacrifice," No. 76a (Jul. 1943); 1
Zimbabwe. See Rhodesia
Zionism
  [Palestine], No. 108 (Oct. 1946); 1, No. 156a (Jul. 1951); 1,
       No. 203 (Mar. 1956); 1, No. 210 (Dec. 1956); 2




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