Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


Frank McNaughton Papers

Dates: 1937-1955

Washington correspondent, Time, Inc., c. 1940-1950.

The papers of Frank McNaughton mostly consist of reports by McNaughton on Congressional affairs and national politics. These reports served as the basis for articles in Time magazine. McNaughton's reports deal with the political controversies and legislative struggles of the last four years of Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration and the first four years of the administration of Harry S. Truman. The collection also includes reports by other Time correspondents from the same period, reports on the 1952 election, and drafts of two biographies of Truman that McNaughton wrote with Walter Hehmeyer.

See also Frank McNaughton and Walter Hehmeyer Papers finding aid.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 11.2 linear feet (about 22,400 pages).
Access: Open
Copyright: The Truman Library has received no donation of copyright in the papers of Frank McNaughton. The literary rights to reports written by McNaughton and other Time correspondents presumably belong to the Time Warner corporation.
Processed by: Frank L. Barkofske (1960); Randy Sowell, Sharie Simon, and Janice Davis (2003).


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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

c. 1906 Born
c. 1935 Journalist for the United Press
c.1940-1950 Washington correspondent, Time, Inc., assigned to Congressional affairs; responsible for thirty-nine cover articles
1945 Wrote This Man Truman with Walter Hehmeyer
1948 Wrote Harry Truman-President with Walter Hehmeyer
c. 1950 Panel member on NBC-TV's program, Meet the Press
1957-1975 Operated Frank McNaughton & Associates, a public relations firm in Chicago that specialized in serving as consultants to political campaigns; also during this period, served as publicist and speechwriter for Senator Paul Douglas of Illinois
1960 Wrote Mennen Williams of Michigan: Fighter for Progress
1978 (October 30) Died, Evanston, Illinois

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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The papers of Frank McNaughton consist for the most part of reports on Congressional affairs and national politics, written by McNaughton in his capacity as a Washington correspondent for Time, Inc. during the 1940s. These reports provided the raw information that was used for articles in Time or perhaps occasionally in Life, the two principal magazines in the publishing empire of Henry R. Luce. The collection also contains similar reports submitted by other Time correspondents during this period, reports on the 1952 election campaign, and drafts of two biographies of President Harry S. Truman that McNaughton wrote with Walter Hehmeyer.

McNaughton's papers are comprised of three series, a McNaughton Reports File, an Individual Reports File, and a Miscellaneous File. The McNaughton Reports File makes up more than two-thirds of the collection and covers the period from 1941 to 1949. Included in this series are rough drafts of reports by McNaughton on Congress, the Washington scene, national politics, and foreign affairs. It appears that these reports provided basic information that was used in Time magazine. However, the reports contain profanity and frank statements that would not have appeared in the published articles. The words "not for attribution" are frequently attached to statements made by McNaughton's sources, many of whom were prominent members of Congress. McNaughton's colorful writing style is apparent in his descriptions: "rough-and-tumble, cigar-chewing, bellicose Thurman W. Arnold" and "red-baiting, wire-haired racist John E. Rankin." The reports contain profiles of Congressional leaders and other notables who were featured on the cover of Time, as well as the views of Congressmen on legislation, appointments, and political issues. The reports are typed, with many handwritten corrections and additions.

As might be expected, World War II is the predominant subject of the reports submitted by McNaughton between 1941 and 1945. In addition to events overseas and Congressional reaction, the reports deal with the political and economic repercussions of the war on the American home front: the debate over neutrality and concerns about inflation, taxes, government regulation, and waste in the national defense program. In this context, McNaughton sometimes refers to "fox-faced little Harry S. Truman of Missouri," who rose to national prominence during the war as chairman of a Senate committee investigating defense spending. In two of McNaughton's most interesting reports, he describes in detail President Roosevelt's dramatic appearances before Congress on December 8, 1941 (to call for a declaration of war against Japan) and March 1, 1945 (to report on the Yalta Conference, in his last major address.)

McNaughton also offers political analysis of the 1944 and 1948 presidential elections and important Congressional campaigns. During the postwar period, his reports focus on such issues as demobilization, the Pearl Harbor investigation, the fight in Congress for a permanent Fair Employment Practice Committee, President Truman's various problems, and Congressional investigations of alleged Communist subversion.

The reports reflect McNaughton's own opinions on many issues. Although Time's publisher, Henry Luce, was a Republican, McNaughton is clearly sympathetic toward some of the policies of the Roosevelt and Truman administrations. He is highly critical of Roosevelt's isolationist opponents in Congress, who resisted U.S. preparedness and assistance to Great Britain during the early stages of the war. He also exhibits skepticism toward anti-Communist "witch-hunts"-although he seems to show more respect for the charges made by Whittaker Chambers, a senior editor at Time who in 1948 accused Alger Hiss, formerly a high-ranking State Department official, of having been a Communist. McNaughton's reports are arranged in chronological order. An index to the reports in this series is included as an appendix to this finding aid.

The second series, the Individual Reports File, contains reports submitted by over sixty other correspondents for Time, Inc., covering the period from 1937 to 1947. In content, these reports are similar to those filed by McNaughton, and mostly deal with events in Congress, famous personalities, and national politics. For example, one report by Jim Shepley provides information for a Time cover article on General George S. Patton, Jr.; another by Ed Lockett contains an interesting analysis of likely personnel changes in the Cabinet and on the White House staff with the death of President Roosevelt and the beginning of the Truman administration. The few female correspondents for Time in Washington were apparently assigned to cover Mrs. Truman and Margaret. Thus, it was Jane Wilson who was responsible for submitting an amusing report on the First Lady's failed attempt to christen two new military hospital planes in May 1945.

The third series, the Miscellaneous File, includes drafts and research notes compiled during the writing of This Man Truman (1945) and Harry Truman-President (1948), two biographies of President Truman that were co-authored by McNaughton and Walter Hehmeyer. Also included are reports, submitted by Time and Life correspondents, on the final days of the 1952 election campaign, which feature descriptions of Truman's last "whistlestop" tour in support of Democratic nominee Adlai Stevenson. There are also reports on Dwight Eisenhower's campaign, accounts of Congressional and state contests, and a prediction by one journalist, on the day before the election, that Stevenson would win a narrow victory. Reports on Election Day provide evidence of Eisenhower's landslide; in the days after, the correspondents analyze the results and make educated guesses about the new President's Cabinet appointees. The Miscellaneous File also contains drafts of various articles or book chapters written by McNaughton, mostly dealing with Congressional affairs, along with handwritten notes, a list of personnel in Time, Inc.'s Washington bureau, and other items.

The Truman Library also has a separate collection of the papers of Frank McNaughton and Walter Hehmeyer, consisting of drafts of This Man Truman. Also relevant is the Library's oral history interview with Walter Hehmeyer. More information on press coverage of the Truman administration can be found in the papers of Charles G. Ross and Eben A. Ayers, and in the oral history interview with Robert G. Nixon.

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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Container Nos. Series
1-19 McNAUGHTON REPORTS FILE, 1941-1949
Drafts of reports with handwritten notes, written by McNaughton for Time magazine and pertaining to Congressional affairs and national politics during the Roosevelt and Truman administrations. Arranged chronologically.
20-25 INDIVIDUAL REPORTS FILE, 1937-1947
Drafts of reports for Time magazine submitted by various correspondents and dealing with national politics and the Washington scene. Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
25-28 MISCELLANEOUS FILE, 1939-1955
Drafts of two Truman biographies co-written by McNaughton, research notes, reports by various Time and Life magazine correspondents on the 1952 election campaign, drafts of articles and book chapters written by McNaughton, and other items. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

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FOLDER TITLE LIST
Box 1
  • January, 1941
  • June, 1941
  • August 1-15, 1941
  • August 16-31, 1941
  • September 1-15, 1941
  • September 16-30, 1941
  • October 1-15, 1941
  • October 16-31, 1941
  • November, 1941
Box 2
  • December 1-15, 1941
  • December 16-31, 1941
  • January 1-15, 1942
  • January 16-31, 1942 and Undated
  • February, 1942
  • March, 1942
  • April-May, 1942
Box 3
  • June, 1942
  • July-August, 1942
  • September, 1942
  • October 1-15, 1942
  • October 16-31, 1942
  • November 1-6, 1942
  • November 7-19, 1942 and Undated
Box 4
  • November 20-30, 1942 and Undated
  • December, 1942
  • January 1-15, 1943
  • January 16-31, 1943
  • February 1-19, 1943
  • February 20-28, 1943
Box5
  • March 1-15, 1943
  • March 16-31, 1943
  • April 1-22, 1943
  • April 23-30, 1943
  • May, 1943
  • June, 1943
  • July, 1943
  • September, 1943
Box 6
  • October, 1943
  • December, 1943
  • January-March, 1944
  • April 1-15, 1944
  • April 16-30, 1944
  • May 1-15, 1944
  • May 16-31, 1944 and Undated
  • June 1-8, 1944
  • June 9-30, 1944 and Undated
Box 7
  • July-August 1-20, 1944
  • August 21-31, 1944
  • September 1-21, 1944
  • September 22-30, 1944
  • October, 1944
  • November, 1944
  • December 1-15, 1944
  • December 16-31, 1944
Box 8
  • January 1-15, 1945 and Undated
  • January 16-31, 1945
  • February, 1945
  • March 1-16, 1945
  • March 17-31, 1945
  • April, 1945 and Undated
Box 9
  • May 1-23, 1945
  • May 24-31, 1945
  • June 1-27, 1945
  • June 28-30, 1945
  • July, 1945
  • August, 1945
  • September 1-15, 1945
  • September 16-30, 1945
Box 10
  • October 1-18, 1945
  • October 19-31, 1945
  • November 1-15, 1945
  • November 16-30,1945
  • December, 1945
  • January, 1946
Box 11
  • February, 1946
  • March, 1946
  • April 1-17, 1946
  • April 18-30, 1946 and Undated
  • May, 1946
  • June, 1946
  • July 1-15, 1946
Box 12
  • July 16-31, 1946
  • August 1-15, 1946
  • August 16-31, 1946
  • December 1-15, 1946
  • December 16-31, 1946
  • January 1-15, 1947
  • January 16-31, 1947
Box 13
  • February 1-14, 1947
  • February 15-28, 1947
  • March 1-14, 1947 and Undated
  • March 15-31, 1947
  • April 1-15, 1947
  • April 16-30, 1947
  • May 1-15, 1947
  • May 16-31, 1947
Box 14
  • June, 1947
  • July 1-11, 1947
  • July 12-31, 1947
  • September, 1947
  • October, 1947
  • November, 1947
  • December, 1947
Box 15
  • January 1-18, 1948
  • January 19-31, 1948
  • February, 1948
  • March 1-15, 1948
  • March 16-31, 1948
  • April, 1948
Box 16
  • May 1-15, 1948
  • May 16-31, 1948
  • June, 1948
  • July, 1948
  • August, 1948
  • September, 1948
  • October, 1948
  • November, 1948
  • December, 1948
Box 17
  • January 1-15, 1949
  • January 16-31, 1949 and Undated
  • February, 1949 and Undated
  • March 1-16, 1949
  • March 17-31, 1949
  • April, 1949
  • May 1-15, 1949
Box 18
  • May 16-31, 1949
  • June 1949
  • July 1-10, 1949 and Undated
  • July 11-20, 1949
  • July 21-31, 1949
  • August 1-15, 1949
Box 19
  • August 16-31, 1949
  • September, 1949
  • October, 1949
  • November 1-17, 1949
  • November 18-30, 1949
Box 20
  • Beal, Jack--1944-1945
  • Belair, Felix, Jr.-1940-1943
  • Berger, Marshall-1947
  • Booth, Win-1945-1947
  • Bradford, Helen-1943-1947
  • Bradley, [no first name]-1947
  • Brecht, Ray-1943
  • Brecht, Ray-1944-1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Burton, Earl-1945-1946
  • Cerf, Ed-1947
  • Chamberlain, John-1945
  • Colman, Terry-1946
Box 21
  • Crider, John-1941-1942
  • Crowley, [no first name]-1940
  • Cullinane, [no first name]-1942 and Undated
  • Denson, John-1943
  • Dulaney, Ben-1944
  • Durrance, Tom-1942-1943
  • Elson, Robert T.-1945-1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Flanagan, [no first name]-1940
  • Fleisher, Wilfrid-1943
  • Foss, Kendall-1942-1943
  • Greene, Jerry-1941-1942
  • Griffin, Mike-1942-1943
Box 22
  • Hart, Scott-1943-1945
  • Havemann, Ernest-1940
  • Henderson, Frances-1942, 1945-1947
  • Ingram, Reg-1942-1943, 1945-1946
  • Johnson, Mary V.-1938-1940
  • Jones, Eddie-1944-1947 and Undated
  • Laird, Stephen-1939
  • Lang, Will-1939
  • Laybourne, Larry-1946-1947
  • Lockett, Ed-1941-1947 and Undated
      [1 of 5; 1941-1942 and undated]
      [2 of 5; 1943-1944]
Box 23
      [3 of 5; January-June, 1945]
      [4 of 5; July, 1945-1947 and undated]
      [5 of 5; July, 1945-1947 and undated]
  • Lurrance, Tom-1943
  • Luter, John-1944-1945
  • Lyons, Sam-1940, 1942
  • McCune, Wesley-1945-1947, Undated
  • Maynard, Crosby-1941 [empty]
  • Metcalfe, John-1943-1945
  • Moran, Alyce-1943, 1947
  • Mowrer, Rosamond-1946-1947
  • Neugebauer, Frieda-1946
  • Olson, Sidney-1944
  • Orshefsky, Milton-1947
  • Purcell, Jack-1943-1944 and Undated
Box 24
  • Ragsdale, Wilmott-1941-1942
  • Roberts, Chal-1947
  • Rose, Turner-1944
  • St. Onge, Constance-1945
  • Schleider, Leonard-1945
  • Schroth, Tom-1946
  • Schubert, Mabel-1945-1946
  • Schwartz, Virginia-1945-1946
  • Sheehan, Bob-1943-1945
  • Shepley, Jim-1942-1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Sherrod, Robert-1937-1941
  • Tames, George-1941
  • Tatum, Eleanor-1945
  • Visson, Anatole-1943-1947
  • Washington Staff-1942-1947
Box 25
  • Watkins, Elizabeth-1942-1943
  • Weadock, Shirley-1945
  • Wilhelm, [no first name]-1940
  • Wilson, Jane-1945
  • Zwierschke, Harriet-1945
  • Harry Truman-President-Rough Drafts
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
Box 26
  • Harry Truman-President-Final Draft
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Reports Regarding 1952 Election
      [1 of 5; October 25-31]
      [2 of 5; November 1-4]
      [3 of 5; November 5-6 and undated]
Box 27
      [4 of 5; November 7]
      [5 of 5; November 8-9]
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D.-Annotated Press Releases, 1939-1940
  • This Man Truman-Rough Drafts
  • Working Papers of Frank McNaughton
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
Box 28
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]

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INDEX TO THE McNAUGHTON REPORTS FILE

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X-Y-Z

A

    Absenteeism in shipyards: 2/18/43
    Acheson, Dean: 1/10/49, 2/15/49, 11/17/49
    Adamson, Ernest's report-Counsel, House Committee on Un-American Activities: 12/27/46
    Adenauer, Dr. Konrad: 11/22/49
    Adjournment, Congressional: 4/22/43, 7/8/43
    Aeronautics, B-36: 8/29/49
    African campaign: 11/11/42
    Agricultural Problems - Congress: 3/12/48
    Agriculture, Secretary of, Clinton Anderson: 5/25/45
    Agriculture, Secretary of, Charles Brannan: 3/5/49
    Air conditioning: 12/4/42
    Air crashes: 6/6/47
    Air Force - Bermuda rescue: 11/21/49
    Air Force - Congress: 3/21/49
    Air policy
      S. 1275 (Brewster bill): 5/19/47
      Commercial lines: 9/19/47
    Airline crash (Burke Air Transport crash in Florida): 12/10/47
    Airlines (Dinner by Texas Citrus and Vegetable Growers Assn.): 1/21/46
    Airports: 10/18/45
    Alabama and Pennsylvania, Politics-Gubernatorial Elections: 3/20/42, 8/1/46
    Alabama violence: 7/1/49
    Alaskan Defenses: 6/5/42
    Alaskan Highway: 6/4/42, 6/26/45
    Alaskan Statehood bill: 2/27/47, 3/11/49
    Alien seamen: 7/3/47
    Allen, Symington, Pauley appointments: 1/19/46, 4/2/48
    Alsop, Joseph: 10/29/45
    America First Again (Sen. Robert R. Reynolds Calls for a Rebirth of America First): 2/18/44
    American Expeditionary Force (A.E.F.): 12/12/41
    American People on War: 1/16/42
    American Political Science Association (A.P.S.) Report: 2/2/45
    Anderson, Clinton, Secretary of Agriculture: 5/25/45, 8/6/49
    Anglo-American agreements - oil: 6/6/47
    Anti-Semitism in Congress: 9/12/41
    Anti-trust suspensions: 5/29/42, 6/4/42, 7/15/49, 11/14/45
    Appropriations, Revolt: 6/19/43, 10/19/45, 11/30/45, 8/6/49, 8/22/49
    Arkansas, State of: 3/24/48
    Armed Forces Budget: 4/15/49, 4/16/49
    Armed Forces check points: 4/18/49
    Armed Services merger: 2/27/47, 4/25/47, 5/10/47 (See also Army-Navy merger)
    Army: 12/1/45
      activities: 11/28/45
      education: 11/13/42
      in Europe: 4/20/46
      Pay Bill: 4/2/42, 5/8/42, 5/22/42, 5/28/42, 6/5/42, 6/12/42
      promotions: 12/1/44, 12/17/43
    Army-Navy merger: 11/15/45, 2/9/46, 1/16/47, 1/18/47 (See also Armed Services merger)
    Arnold, Thurman, trying to upset Hutcheson decision: 8/21/41
      (Labor union racketeering and jurisdictional strikes)
    Atlantic Alliance: 2/18/49
    Atlantic Pact: 4/27/49, 4/29/49 5/2/49, 5/6/49, 5/13/49, 6/1/49, 7/8/49, 7/11/49, 7/15/49, 7/21/49, 7/23/49, 7/24/49, 7/25/49, 7/29/49
    Atomic: 10/19/45
    Atomic age: 8/10/45
    Atomic bomb: 8/9/45, 9/22/45, 9/23/45, 10/6/45
    Atomic control: 11/10/45
    Atomic debate: 11/2/45
    Atomic Energy Commission: 1/31/47, 2/1/47, 5/7/48, 5/21/49, 7/8/49, 10/14/49, 11/19/49
    Atomic Energy Committee: 6/22/49
    Atomic Energy (Congress): 10/6/45, 1/29/45, 2/2/46, 7/3/46, 1/30/48, 2/2/48, 6/11/48, 2/14/49
    Atomic energy control: 10/12/45, 10/13/45, 7/26/46
    Atomic energy hearings: 1/23/46
    Atomic hearings: 11/30/45
    Atomic investigation: 8/29/49
    Atomic Laboratory Development: 11/1/49
    Atom, The and Secrecy: 2/4/49
    Atrocities-Cong. Dewey Short's Description of German Atrocities: 5/17/45
    Attlee, Clement: 11/14/45
    Aviation: 6/22/45
B
    B-50 Airplane: 3/7/49
    B-36 and Congress: 6/3/49
    B2H2: 7/17/43
    Baldwin, Senator Raymond: 3/26/48, 4/27/49, 4/29/49
    Ball, Senator Joseph: 2/20/47, 10/4/48
    Ball-Hatch Resolution (organizing the United Nations for wartime collaboration as well as peacetime goals): 3/26/43, 3/27/43
    Baltimore, Mayor of (Thomas D'Alesandro): 5/9/47
    Bank Holding Companies: 4/6/45
    Barden Bill (education): 7/22/49
    Barkers, The (Kate Barker family of thieves; Kate, Arthur, Fred, Herman, and Lloyd): 3/25/49
    Barkley, Senator Alben: 2/25/44, 7/18/46, 7/19/46, 7/16/48, 11/12/48
    Barkley, Senator Alben-Moustache: 12/28/46
    Barkley, Vice President Alben-Pay Raise: 6/17/49, 8/19/49
    Baruch, Bernard: 1/19/48
    Bases, Atlantic and Pacific Naval: 4/26/46
    Bean soup (soup thrown on Tris Coffin by Marion Carpenter: 3/24/49
    Benes, Dr.: 5/14/43
    Berlin Crisis: 7/23/48
    Bevin-Truman: 3/1/47
    Biddle, Francis-UNESCO confirmation: 5/16/47
    Biemiller, Cong. Andrew L. (presented civil rights plank at Democratic Convention): 7/16/48
    "Big Three" Disunity: 12/7/44
    Bilbo, Senator Theodore: 12/6/46, 12/13/46, 12/19/46, 12/28/46, 1/3/47, 1/4/47
    Bilbo, Theodore and Wheeler, Burton K.-Verbal Exchange in the Senate: 10/4/45
    Bipartisan Committee (of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee): 4/22/44
    Blodgett's locker (trial of Commander Laurence F. Blodgett for stolen and misappropriated Food in the Navy): 10/26/45
    Bone, Homer-Judgeship: 4/13/44
    Boren, Congressman: 11/9/45
    Boxcars (Canadian return to the U.S.): 7/10/47
    Boxer troops (1900): 11/21/49
    Boykin, Congressman Frank: 7/27/49, 11/11/49
    Boyle, William (Democratic National Committee): 8/29/49
    Braden, Spruille (Nomination, Asst. Sec. for Latin-American Affairs): 10/25/45
    Bradley, General Omar N.: 8/17/45
    Brannan, Charles F.: 5/24/48
    Brannan Plan: 7/25/49
    Bretton Woods: 3/23/45, 4/6/45, 5/25/45, 6/8/45, 6/9/45
    Brewster Bill- Air Policy, S. 1276: 5/19/47
    Bricker, Senator John W.: 4/16/43, 7/12/47
    Bridges, Harry: 3/23/45
    Bridges, Senator Styles: 1/22/48
    Britain's Recovery and the ECA: 2/28/49
    British Aircraft Industry: 11/9/49
    British Loan: 4/19/46, 4/26/46, 5/3/46, 5/4/46, 5/10/46, 7/5/46, 7/5/46, 7/12/46, 7/10/47
    British-U.S. Economic Talks: 9/13/45
    Brooks, Senator Wayland C.: 6/2/47
    Brown, Prentiss M-New OPA Administrator: 1/22/43
    Buchanan, Thomas - Communist Party: 5/15/48
    Budget: 1/8/42, 12/28/46, 1/10/47, 2/15/47, 2/21/47, 2/22/47, 1/10/49, 11/18/49
    Bulwinkle-Reed Bill: 6/21/47, 6/23/47
    Burnham's book (Struggle for the World): 4/4/47
    Burton, Harold-Tunnell report (Lend-Lease in Africa): 2/15/45, 9/15/45
    Butter: 12/28/46
    Byrd, Harry's rampage: 12/10/42
    Byrnes, James F.:12/10/42, 1/2/43, 3/27/43, 5/11/45, 5/11/45, 9/4/45, 9/6/45, 1/4/46
    Byrnes, James F.-Interview with Time magazine: 10/3/42
    Byrnes, James F.-Salary: 10/15/42
C
    Cabinet, The-Tom Clark: 11/26/48
    Cabinet shifts: 3/5/42
    Cain, Harry and Mon Walgren: 3/11/49
    California Politics: 7/17/42, 8/27/42, 9/26/47, 9/27/47
    Campaign Expenditures Report (special committee to investigate presidential and senatorial campaign expenditures of 1944): 3/17/45, 1/14/49, 1/17/49
    Campaign, Presidential-1948: 10/21/48
    Canadian Airplane Crash: 11/3/41
    Canadian Spy Ring: 2/16/46, 2/14/47
    Canfil, Fred: 7/15/49
    Cannon, Clarence's war secret: 10/2/42
    Capehart, Senator Homer: 1/31/49
    Capitol, The: 2/17/49
    Capitol Crypt-Catafalque: 6/27/49
    Capitol Hill: 7/27/46
    Capitol repairs: 8/8/49
    Casey, Eugene: 12/19/46
    Celler Committee: 8/19/49
    Censorship: 10/31/42, 12/3/42, 12/5/42, 8/17/45
    Central American Highway: 7/3/46
    Chambers and Hiss-Un-American Activities: 12/4/48
    Chandler, A. B. (Happy): 6/1/45, 11/1/45
    Changing the Guard (changing Congressional personnel from Democratic to Republican): 12/27/46
    Chaplain, Senate-Religion: 1/27/49
    Chemical warfare: 4/3/46
    Chiang Kai-shek-China: 11/24/48
    Chiang, Madame: 2/18/43
    China, U.S. Aid to: 11/12/47, 11/14/47, 11/24/48, 11/17/49
    China news: 11/12/48
    China pamphet: 11/29/48
    China policy: 4/16/49, 8/22/49
    China, Report on: 1/45
    China situation: 11/15/48
    China story: 3/27/48, 2/25/49
    Chinese exclusion: 5/26/43, 6/14/43, 10/8/43
    Chinese Mission: 12/18/42
    Chinese right of entry: 4/29/43
    Chinese situation: 11/1/48, 9/1/49
    Chinese wives (eliminated from Chinese entry quota Chinese wives of Chinese-Americans): 8/3/46
    Churchill, Winston-Congress: 12/26//41, 6/25/42, 6/26/42
    Churchill, Winston-Roosevelt meeting: 8/16/41
    Cigarette shortage: 12/7/44
    Civil Aeronautics Board-Slick Airways: 9/19/47
    Civil rights-Congress Week: 3/5/48
    Civilian Conservation Corps, National Youth Administration, and Works Progress Administration: 7/2/42
    Civilian supply: 4/23/43
    Claims bills: 1/16/42
    Clapper, Raymond-Award: 2/28/47
    Clark, Bennett: 3/6/43
    Clark, Tom-Appointment: 8/12/49
    Clark, Tom-The Cabinet: 11/26/48
    Clerical Bill (to raise pay of Congressional clerical help): 12/8/44
    Coal Dispute-Inflation Story: 7/7/47
    Coal-The Industry: 12/4/46, 12/5/46, 3/1/47, 11/7/49
    Coal (portal to portal):12/9/46
    Coal Strike: 4/30/43
    Cole Bill (H.R. 4482, denying franchise to Communists): 12/19/47
    Cole, Lester (Communism in Hollywood): 12/23/48
    Columnists, Press: 7/5/47
    Committees and the election (House and Senate Committees will undergo many changes as a result of the election): 11/6/42
    Commodity credit: 3/10/45
    Communications: 3/22/45, 3/24/45
    Communists: 8/7/48
    Communists (protest against Greek-Turkish aid): 5/9/47
    Communists (spy investigations): 8/7/48
    Compton, Dr. Karl T.: 11/4/49
    Concord to Missouri (changing name of Concord Ave. to Missouri Ave.): 8/9/46
    Condon, Dr.: 3/6/48
    Condon, Morris-Military Intelligence and Congress: 3/12/48
    Congress: 1/5/41, 8/13/41, 1/2/42, 2/2/42, 2/7/42, 7/24/42, 1/4/44, 4/14/44, 12/2/44, 4/22/43, 12/16/44, 3/9/45, 3/30/45, 6/1/45, 6/22/45, 6/30/45, 8/11/45, 8/18/45, 9/7/45, 9/21/45, 10/5/45, 10/6/45, 10/29/45, 11/16/45, 11/17/45, 11/23/45, 12/14/45, 1/26/46, 2/2/46, 2/15/46, 4/10/46, 4/12/46, 4/15/46, 4/17/46, 4/26/46, 4/27/46, 5/4/46, 5/10/46, 5/17/46, 8/2/46, 1/4/47, 1/13/47, 3/15/47, 4/7/47, 5/19/47, 7/11/47, 11/26/47, 11/28/47, 12/12/47, 12/19/47,1/9/48, 2/6/48, 3/16/48, 7/23/48, 11/10/48, 11/24/48, 1/17/49, 1/20/49, 4/15/49, 8/12/49
    Congress, A-bomb and: 10/6/45
    Congress, affairs of: 5/21/48
    Congress and agricultural problems: 3/12/48
    Congress and the Armed Forces: Undated, c. 1/31/49
    Congress (atomic energy): 10/6/45
    Congress (bills): 12/19/41
    Congress (budget): 2/22/47
    Congress (business): 6/16/47
    Congress (captions, 81st)
    Congress (check points): 1/17/49, 4/4/49, 5/2/49
    Congress (essay): 7/15/49
    Congress (European Recovery Act): 3/13/48
    Congress (filibuster): 7/31/48, 3/5/49, 3/11/49, 3/14/49
    Congress (first session of the 81st): 1/3/49, 1/7/49
    Congress (food, relief program): 2/28/47
    Congress Gets an Earful: 3/13/42
    Congress (GOP-Dixie coalition): 3/18/49
    Congress (inflation): 11/28/47, 12/12/47
    Congress, Joint Session of: 12/8/41
    Congress (labor bill): 7/1/49, 7/6/49
    Congress (legislation): 3/16/49, 5/13/49
    Congress (legislative leadership): 5/18/48
    Congress (legislative power): 12/29/48
    Congress (politics): 5/4/49
    Congress (President Truman and Universal Military Training): 3/17/48
    Congress (Presidential salary): 1/14/49
    Congress (problems): 12/28/46
    Congress, Proceedings of: 8/13/49, 8/19/49, 8/22/49, 8/26/49, 8/29/49, 9/2/49, 10/7/49
    Congress, Recess of (adjournment of the 77th Congress): 10/24/41
    Congress. Record (Sen. Taft's comments): 10/22/49, 10/24/49
    Congress (recordings on radio): 2/23/45
    Congress Renascent (Presidential request to suspend customs laws for the duration): 11/20/42
    Congress, Reorganization of: 7/27/46, 7/10/47
    Congress (report): 11/23/48
    Congress (salaries): 6/1/45
    Congress, Special Session of: 8/2/48, 8/6/48, 10/10/49
    Congress, State of: 4/8/44
    Congress (statistics): 8/3/46
    Congress (story): 12/8/47
    Congress (strange and bizarre bills introduced by Congressmen): 1/17/47
    Congress (taxes): 2/7/47
    Congress, Temper of-Sinking of the destroyer USS Reuben James and the reaction of Congress): 10/31/41
    Congress (trade, foreign matters): 5/28/48
    Congress vs. the Executive: 5/28/43
    Congress vs. Truman: 1/4/46
    Congress (war on Germany and Italy): 12/11/41
    Congress (water usage, irrigation, pay bill): 5/12/49
    Congress week: 1/11/47, 3/1/47, 3/22/47, 3/24/47, 4/5/47, 4/12/47, 4/19/47, 4/26/47, 5/3/47, 5/5/47, 5/10/47, 5/19/47, 5/24/47, 5/26/47, 5/31/47, 6/2/47, 6/14/47, 6/28/47, 7/5/47, 7/12/47, 7/14/47, 7/18/47, 11/28/47, 12/1/47, 12/5/47, 12/8/47, 12/12/47, 12/15/47, 12/19/47, 1/16/48, 1/23/48, 1/31/48, 2/20/48, 3/5/48, 3/12/48, 3/19/48, 3/26/48, 4/2/48, 4/16/48, 4/30/48, 5/3/48, 5/7/48, 5/14/48, 6/5/48, 6/12/48, 1/27/49, 1/28/49, 2/11/49, 2/18/49, 2/26/49, 3/11/49, 3/18/49, 3/24/49, 4/8/49, 4/29/49, 5/6/49, 6/10/49, 6/13/49, 6/18/49, 6/25/49, 7/8/49, 7/11/49, 7/16/49, 7/18/49, 7/23/49
    Congress (work done): 6/7/45, 6/8/45, 4/10/46, 5/23/46, 6/29/46, 7/6/46, 7/12/46, 7/19/46, 7/27/46
    Congress-The press: 5/28/42
    Congress-Truman: 11/2/45
    Congress-War: 2/14/49
    Congress's burden (large legislative burden, with many bills to be acted upon): 10/19/45
    Congressional bigots: 2/23/45
    Congressional bruises: 2/23/45
    Congressional and James Duff covers: 4/21/48
    Congressional index (index for the Congressional Record): 12/27/46
    Congressional investigations: 4/21/44
    Congressional junket to South America: 10/16/41, 10/17/41, 7/9/43, 5/25/45
    Congressional legislation: 5/4/48
    Congressional pensions: 2/20/42
    Congressional reaction to atomic statement: 11/16/45
    Congressional reaction to the Paris Conference: 5/22/46, 5/23/46
    Congressional reorganization: 3/28/47
    Congressional revolt: 6/26/43
    Congressional session, End of: 6/3/43
    Congressional spending: 6/21/49, 6/24/49, 6/25/49
    Congressmen (Sheridan Downey, Elmer Thomas, Guy Gordon, Alexander Wiley, Elbert D. Thomas, Stephen A. Day, Ray J. Madden, Andrew C, Shiffler, Francis John Myers): 10/18/44
    Connally, Tom: 8/28/41, 1/17/42, 1/23/42, 5/7/43, 5/14/43, 5/28/43, 6/14/43, 9/30/43, 10/9/43, 4/28/44, 5/2/47
    Connecticut election: 1/23/42
    Connecticut politics: 2/2/45
    Contract renegotiation: 9/25/42
    Contracts termination: 4/28/44
    Convention activities: 5/27/48, 6/4/48
    Convention (1948 style): 6/19/48
    Convention (running count): 6/22/48
    Corn ceiling: 1/15/43
    Corwin's book (Cong. Sol Bloom's bill changing the method of treaty ratification): 4/13/44
    Cost of campaigns: 11/5/48
    Costello, Cong., and Senator Gillette: 1/3/45
    Costello, Frank: 10/31/49
    Cotton: 1/30/42
    Cotton freezing bill: 8/15/42 (H.R. 5306)
    Country's state of mind: 9/12/41
    Cover stories: 4/17/46
    Cox, Eugene E. (resigns): 9/20/43
    Crimean conference: 2/16/45
    Crockett, John C. (Senate reading clerk): 11/21/47
    Crutches, Members of Congress on: 7/27/46
    Curley, James: 1/19/46
    Currier Case (Truman Committee investigation): 10/24/41
    Curry, Dr. Manfred (medicine): 6/9/47
    Customs suspension: 11/7/42
D
    D'Alesandro, Thomas (Mayor of Baltimore): 5/9/47
    Danube River navigation-Russia: 11/18/49
    Danubian protest-Danube River waterway: 11/16/49
    Davidson-The Republicans (rating of Republican candidates and their chances of election in the '46 campaign): 8/27/46, 8/28/46
    Davis, Elmer: 6/30/42, 11/6/42, 3/5/43, 9/4/43
    Daylight saving time: 12/18/41, 1/8/42
    Defense budget: 4/18/49
    Defense plans and Senator Wiley: 11/11/49
    Deficit check point and Home mortgages: 11/7/49
    Delayed economy in Government: 10/31/41
    Demobilization: 9/14/45, 9/21/45, 10/26/45, 1/11/46, 1/17/46, 4/1/46
    Democratic chairman: 12/17/42, 9/12/47, 9/25/47, 9/27/47
    Democratic convention: 7/7/47
    Democratic dues: 12/28/44
    Democratic party: 10/27/48
    Democratic and Republican politics: 3/12/48
    Democrats and politics: 12/17/42, 12/18/42, 10/31/47, 3/26/48
    Democrats for Vice-President: 4/10/47
    Denfeld, Admiral: 10/28/49
    Dennett, Prescott (for Vereck story): 10/10/41
    Dewey, Thomas, and general politics: 11/5/42, 11/6/42, 4/23/43, 9/44, 7/11/47, 12/13/47, 4/10/48, 7/30/48, 9/17/48 through 9/30/48, 10/8/48
    Dies, Martin, Committee: 2/13/42, 6/25/42, 1/27/43, 2/12/43, 1/5/45
    Dillon, Paul, Congress hearings: 3/12/48
    Dirksen, Everett: 6/1/45
    Disability retirement, military: 12/5/47
    Dismantling war plants (Germany): 11/18/49
    Displaced persons, immigration legislation: 9/11/47, 1/15/48, 5/13/48, 6/25/49
    Distillers grain: 1/29/48
    Distribution costs: 7/21/49
    Dixiecrats: 10/27/48, 10/28/48, 11/12/48
    Douglas, Lewis: 11/19/47
    Draft: 8/30/45, 4/5/46, 5/10/46
      extension: 12/12/41, 12/13/41, 12/17/41, 10/14/42, 10/15/42, 10/17/42, 10/23/42, 10/24/42, 4/16/43, 10/7/43, 12/17/43
      18-year-old: 9/3/42
    Drexel and Company - SEC opinion: 9/10/48
    Duggan, Larry: 12/24/48
    Dupont - Anti-trust suit against: 11/11/49
    DuPont family: 7/1/49
    Dutra, President - President Truman: 5/21/49
E
    Eaton, Congressman Charles 3/24/48
    Economic policy: 4/11/47
    Economic talks: 9/14/45
    Economy: 10/17/41, 4/26/47, 2/17/49
      Eccles plan: 8/6/48
    Economy with teeth: 1/22/43
    Eden (Luncheon for Anthony Eden in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Room): 3/18/43
    Education of Congressmen: 1/18/47
    Education-Rural education: 4/30/47
    Education-Sneed, Lucian: 8/15/46
    80th Congress: 7/22/47, 10/31/47, 12/19/47, 1/2/48, 5/6/48
    81st Congress - programs: 6/29/49, 10/13/49, 10/19/49, 10/21/49
    Eisenhower, General Dwight D.: 1/16/46, 4/2/48, 6/4/48
    Eisler, Hanns: 9/25/47, 9/26/47
    Election appraisal: 11/7/47
    Election disputes: 10/8/48
    Election heroes and heels: 11/5/48
    Election, The: 10/6/48
    Election-Elmer Davis: 11/6/42
    Elections-GOP politics: 11/9/49
    Elections (state): 11/11/49
    Electoral vote: 10/8/48
    Ellis Island: 5/14/47
    End of the 77th: 12/11/42
    Engel, General Richard: 1/31/48
    Europe and the U.S.: 11/17/45
    European aid: 10/3/47, 10/4/47, 10/10/47
    European Cooperation Act: 6/11/48, 12/3/48, 2/10/49, 3/30/49, 7/23/49
    European Recovery Act: 4/2/48, 4/1/49
    European Recovery Plan-Herter Committee report: 11/7/47, 11/17/47, 1/12/48, 1/19/48, 1/26/48, 2/14/48, 3/5/48, 3/13/48, 3/26/48
    S.S. Euzkera: 9/10/48
    Export controls, legislation: 3/19/49
    Export license violations: 3/26/48
F
    Fair Employment Practices Commission: 5/25/45, 6/8/45, 6/28/45, 7/5/45, 1/19/46, 5/22/46
    Far Eastern Policy: 7/11/47
    Farm:
      draft deferment: 3/5/43
      legislation: 10/7/49
      policy - Congress: 6/4/47
      prices with inflation: 7/3/42
      Program: 5/14/48
    Farm Bloc: 3/19/43
    Ambush: 12/11/42
      Raid: 1/30/43
    Farmers in Congress Bill: 2/28/42
    Farmer's incentive payments: 1/30/43
    Faulty steel: 3/26/43
    Federal Aid to Education: 4/1/48, 7/6/49, 8/6/49, 8/16/49
    Federal Communications Commission: 5/30/48
      Investigation: 7/9/43
    Federal employees: 9/5/47
      cut: 8/23/46
    Federal Register: 8/28/46
    Federal Security Administration: 4/22/43
    Federal Trade Commission report (Congressman Celler conducting anti-trust hearing): 8/26/49
    Ferguson, Senator Homer - speculation: 1/30/48
    Fernandes, Foreign Minister - Brazil: 9/6/47
    Fertilizer factory: 4/19/45
    Field, William Vanderbilt, Un-American Activities: 6/15/49
    Filibuster (FEPC bill): 6/29/45, 6/30/45, 1/18/46, 1/25/46, 5/23/46
    Film - Library of Congress (storage of film by Library of Congress): 7/14/47
    Fiscal policy: 3/14/47
      and tax bill: 3/14/47
      and taxes: 3/14/47
    Fish, Hamilton: 2/20/42, 12/12/42, 12/13/44
    Five per centers: 7/18/49, 8/8/49, 8/12/49, 8/19/49, 8/26/49, 9/2/49
    Floods - flood control: 7/4/47
    Florida pipeline and canal: 6/19/42
    Flynn, Ed: 10/1/42, 1/14/43, 1/15/43, 1/23/43
    Food: 2/20/43, 3/3/45, 3/31/45
      conference: 5/15/42
      Congress - relief program: 2/28/47
      prices - Congress: 4/18/47
      prices: 9/18/47
    Ford: Tom: 4/24/44
    Foreign policy: 3/23/44, 3/24/44, 6/6/45, 11/24/45, 3/14/47
    Foreign relations: 6/13/47, 7/4/47, 1/19/49
      China: 5/6/49
    Foreign relief - Congress: 7/18/47
    Forrestal, James: 10/19/45, 5/10/48, 1/17/49
    4-point program: 1/25/45
    Fourth term: 3/5/43
    French grain: 12/10/47
    French medals: 11/26/48
    Friant-Kern canal (California water fight): 7/14/49
    Fulbright, Congressman James W., resolution: 6/17/43, 6/19/43, 9/25/43
    Full employment: 1/5/45, 8/31/45, 9/1/45, 11/3/45, 2/2/46
G
    Gallup - public opinion: 4/17/48
    Gardner, Max III: 12/13/46
    Garrett, Frank: 11/28/42
    Gas:
      rationing: 5/14/42
      shortage: 9/5/41
      shortage investigation: 8/29/41
    General Electric: 1/20/45
    General Motors, Inc.: 1/25/46
    General Motors - United Auto Workers: 1/26/46
    General politics and Joseph Martin: 11/6/42
    George, Senator Walter F., of Georgia: 10/4/41, 7/5/46, 2/4/44
    Georgia politics: 7/2/42
    German losses: 2/18/44
    Germany (occupation marks): 6/20/47, 11/17/49
    Ghost writers - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson: 11/23/49
    Gianinni (Trans-American Bank President): 4/6/46
    GI benefits: 11/7/45
    Gillette, Senator Guy M., and Congressman Costello: 1/3/45
    Ginsberg, David's commission: 3/12/43
    Glass, Carter, and George Norris: 10/8/42
    Godfrey, Arthur: 6/27/41
    Good neighbors: 12/3/42
    G.O.P.
      convention politics: 6/9/48
      National Convention: 6/10/48, 6/11/48
      political prospects: 9/7/48
      victory (special congressional election in Pennsylvania: 9/12/47
    Gore, Albert: 12/30/43
    Government newspaper: 10/30/42
    Government reorganization: 4/7/45, 5/25/45, 11/3/45, 12/14/45
    Graham, Senator Frank: 3/24/49, 3/25/49
    Greek civil war: 7/14/47
    Greek-Turkish aid bill: 3/20/47, 3/21/47, 4/4/47, 5/9/47
    Gridiron dinner: 12/15/47
    Griswold, Dwight: 6/6/47
    Guam - Samoa: 5/12/47
    Guayule veto (of bill restricting the production of guayule): 2/20/42
    Guffey, Senator's dinner for Sen. Norris: 12/11/42
    Guffey coal act, extension of: 4/22/43, 4/23/43
    Gurney, Sen. Chan, of South Dakota, draft bill: 9/3/42, 7/3/47
H
    H.R. 49 (Hawaiian statehood): 4/23/47
    H.R. 4982 (State Dept. Information Service to disseminate information regarding U.S. outside Western hemisphere): 8/2/46
    Haas, Mel: 11/13/42
    Hague's Meaney and California's Hall (Frank Hague, Thomas F. Meaney, Pierson M. Hall): 6/26/42, 7/2/42
    Hanahan, Edmund (nomination to Secretary): 6/28/46
    Hannegan, Robert, row: 4/5/46, 7/14/47
    Hart, Admiral Thomas, reports: 3/11/42
    Hartford Electric Light (dispute between Cong. Herman P. Kopplemann and Sam Ferguson, President of Hartford Electric Light Co.): 11/23/45
    Hatch, Senator Carl. A.: 3/8/48
    Hawaii strike: 6/24/49, 6/27/49
    Hawaiian statehood: 5/15/47, 1/28/48, 3/19/48, 5/10/48, 3/11/49
    Hearst anniversary: 3/6/47
    Heller report: 1/19/45
    Hemisphere economic plan: 1/24/42
    Henderson, Leon (That Man Again): 2/11/43
    Hendrickson, Senator: 8/12/49
    Herald-Tribune: 3/3/48
    Herter, Congressman Christian: 10/10/47
    Herter Committee - European aid: 10/10/47
    Herter Committee report - European Recovery Program: 11/7/47
    Hickenlooper, Se. Burke B. - AEC report: 10/14/49
    Hill, George, conviction: 11/5/42
    Hirohito: 9/19/45
    Hirohito, One for (additional warship construction): 5/5/42
    Hiss, Alger - Whittaker Chambers: 12/6/48, 12/11/48
    Hoarding (Congressional bills): 12/17/41
    Hobbs, Congressman Sam, bill: 6/11/43
    Hoffman Clare: 1/8/48
    Hoffman, Paul: 7/23/48
    Hoffman bill and press: 5/7/48
    Hollywood writers: 1/8/48
    Home front and the Washington muddle (problems of govt. agencies): 2/5/43
    Home rule - District of Columbia: 6/3/49, 7/27/49
    Hoover dam: 4/28/47
    Hoover, Herbert - world food needs: 5/30/47, 8/5/49
    House appropriations chairmanship: 9/4/41, 9/5/41, 9/19/41
    House Committee on Un-American Activities - Ernest Adamson's report: 12/27/46
    House on R Street (House Military Affairs Committee investigation): 5/7/43
    House seats: 10/29/48
    House Ways and Means Committee - Taxes: 3/21/47
    Housing: 1/15/42, 11/20/42, 5/7/48, 5/10/48, 7/8/48, 9/1/48
    Housing amendment - Congress: 7/1/49
    Huffman, James W., Senator: 10/12/45
    Hughes, Howard, hearing: 11/7/47
    Hurban, Dr. Vladimir: 10/27/49
    Hurley, Patrick, keynoter: 3/25/44, 12/6/45, 12/7/45
I
    Iceland, State of: 10/31/45
    Ickes, Harold cover and shortage of rail tank cars: 9/6/41, 10/2/41, 2/15/46, 10/2/47
    Identical speeches (Cong. John Dingell - Cong. Edward Kelly): 2/3/45
    Illinois campaign: 2/13/42
    Illinois election: 1/42
    Immigration - Stratton bill: 5/19/47
    Improving Congress: 10/23/42, 1/13/45
    Incentive payments and farm appropriations: 4/16/43, 4/17/43
    Indiana politics: 6/4/48
    Inedible pork: 11/22/41
    Inflation: 10/3/42, 2/12/43, 3/27/43, 5/7/43, 7/24/43, 7/7/47, 11/26/47, 11/28/47, 12/5/47, 12/12/47
    Inflation and taxes: 9/25/41, 11/6/41, 7/16/42, 7/17/42, 9/9/42, 9/11/42, 9/16/42, 9/18/42, 9/19/42, 9/25/42, 10/1/42, 10/2/42
    Insurance bill: 1/27/45
    Inter-American Defense: 6/27/47
    International currency: 4/21/44
    Investment, Prudent: 3/16/42
    Irey, Elmer Lincoln: 8/16/46
    IRO-Congress (International Relief Organization): 2/28/47
    Irrigation, pay bill, Congress, water usage: 5/12/49
    Irving, Congressman Leonard (Mo.): 7/22/49
    Isbrandsen, Hans, Merchant Marine, ship owner: 11/18/49
    Isolationists: 10/22/41, 11/5/41, 11/6/41
    Italy, Report on: 1/19/45
J
    Jackson, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert - Ghost writers: 11/23/49
    Jacobson, Albert W. (lawyer): 8/28/46, 8/30/46
    Jaeckle, Edward: 10/6/48
    Japan: 10/16/41, 11/8/41, 11/27/41, 8/10/45, 8/18/45, 9/19/45, 4/1/46, 4/2/46, 4/6/46
    Japan and U.S. Fleet (Cong. Mel Maas advocates U.S. fleet attacking Japanese fleet): 9/24/41
    Japanese equipment: 4/1/46
    Japanese and European relations: 9/12/41
    Japanese war criminals: 12/6/48
    Jefferson-Jackson dinner - politics, 2/20/48
    Jews, slaughter of: 3/12/43
    Job bill: 9/29/45
    Johnson, Senator Ed.: 3/25/44
    Johnson, Jed: 3/31/45, 9/28/45
    Johnson, Congressman Lyndon: 3/25/45
    Joint Chiefs of Staff: 8/6/49
    Joint Session of Congress: 12/8/41, 1/45
    Jones, Jesse M.: 7/12/43, 3/23/45
    Joseph, Bertha C.: 1/21/49
    Junketing judges (House Interstate Foreign Commerce Committee): 5/30/47
K
    Kansas City primary frauds: 6/7/47, 3/15/48
    Kansas City Star, Roy Roberts: 3/31/48
    Kaufman, Judge Samuel H.: 7/15/49, 7/20/49
    Kefauver anti-monopoly bill (anti-trust legislation): 5/15/47
    Kelly, Ed, for the Senate: 1/29/42
    Kerig - Ickes: 10/2/47
    Kilgore Committee (Mead report II): 12/9/46
    Kilgore, Harley, subcommittee: 6/28/45
    Kimmel, Admiral Husband E., and Short, General Walter C.: 6/9/44
    King, Ernie: 11/25/42
    Kleberg, Robert (hoof and mouth disease): 12/3/47
    Ku Klux Klan: 10/31/49
    K-9: 3/19/46
    Knowland, Senator William F.: 3/1/47, 7/30/49
    Koch, Ilse: 12/22/48
    Koch, Ilse, report: 12/24/48
    Koch Sailor Bill (bill to reimburse father who buried sailor mistakenly identified as his son): 9/5/42, 9/7/42
    Krug, Secretary of the Interior Julius: 1/3/48, 10/31/49, 11/14/49
L
    Labor: 2/27/42, 3/20/42, 4/13/46, 5/23/46, 5/24/46, 2/7/47, 4/14/47
    Labor affairs: 4/11/47, 4/12/47
    Labor bill (Ball-Burton-Hatch Bill creating a Federal Industrial Relations Board): 6/21/45
    Labor bill (Wood) - Congress: 5/4/49
    Labor (Congress): 12/11/41, 12/26/41, 5/25/46, 1/26/49, 1/31/49
    Labor (Congressional angles): 9/4/41
    Labor - Hartley bill: 4/18/47
    Labor hearings - Congress: 2/7/47, 2/4/49
    Labor law - Taft-Hartley Act: 6/11/47, 6/27/47
    Labor legislation - Congress: 5/2/47, 5/16/47
    Labor-Management: 11/14/45
    Labor monopolies: 7/29/49
    Labor politics: 10/29/48
    Labor strikes: 10/31/49
    Labor, Senate committee on: 4/11/47
    LaFollette Bill (Congressional reorganization bill): 5/17/46
    LaFollette, Robert: 1/31/47
    LaFontaine, James (Gambling): 11/22/49
    LaGuardia, Fiorello, endorsement of, by Franklin D. Roosevelt: 10/24/41
    LaGuardia's first hundred million (Civil Defense Director): 1/8/42
    Lame duck fixed up (appointment of Henry H. Schwartz to National Mediation Board): 2/11/43
    Langer, Case of Senator: 10/3/41, 10/9/41, 10/10/41, 10/24/41, 12/18/41
    Lapham, Roger: 4/11/45
    Lautier, Louis: 3/7/47, 3/19/47, 3/20/47, 3/24/47, 3/2/49
    Lawrence, David enterprises: 4/22/43, 4/23/43
    Lawson, John Foster: 1/5/46
    Legislation - Congress: 7/16/48
    Legislation, labor: 11/26/48
    Lend-lease: 10/24/41, 5/29/42, 1/29/43, 4/12/44
    Lesinski, Committee junket: 10/22/49
    Lewis, John L.: 5/9/46, 4/4/47
    Liberalism: 4/27/46
    Library of Congress - film: 7/14/47
    Lilienthal, David: 3/25/44, 5/4/45, 5/17/45, 2/14/47, 3/10/47, 4/7/47, 5/21/49
    Lindbergh, Col. Charles A.: 9/18/41, 1/16/42
    Lippman, Walter: 9/5/47, 9/9/47
    Littell, Norman: 11/25/44, 12/1/44
    Lobbyists: 8/22/46, 9/23/46, 5/19/47, 9/15/48
    Lodge, Senator Henry Cabot: 4/6/48
    Lovett, Robert - Congress: 3/16/48, 3/18/48
    Lowenthal, Max: 8/29/46, 8/30/46
    Lumber: 11/27/42
    Luxury taxes - Congress: 8/2/49
    Lynching: 8/2/46
M
    Maas, Mel (Congressman): 1/30/43
    MacArthur, General Douglas: 5/8/43, 4/13/44, 10/25/45, 10/26/45, 4/6/46, 5/28/48
    McCabe, Thomas, hearings (for Chairman of Federal Reserve Board): 3/5/48, 4/2/48
    McCarran, Sen. Pat and Ickes: 2/2/46, 7/26/49, 7/28/49
    McFarland, Senator Ernest W. (investigation of propaganda in movies): 9/11/41
    McGrath, Senator J. Howard: 9/27/47, 5/13/48, 11/23/48
    McKellar bill - Congress: 1/8/43, 1/28/43, 1/29/43, 3/5/43, 3/25/44, 3/16/45, 1/24/47
    McKeough, Raymond S.: 10/12/45
    McNary Dam - letters: 5/26/47
    Maine primaries: 6/5/42
    Man of the Year (Truman): 12/20/48
    Mankin, Helen D.: 2/16/46
    Manpower: 10/9/42, 10/23/42, 10/29/42, 11/13/42, 11/27/42, 11/29/42, 12/5/42, 3/20/43, 4/22/44, 1/13/45, 1/20/45, 1/26/45, 1/27/45, 2/3/45, 2/15/45, 2/23/45, 2/28/45, 3/9/45, 3/30/45, 4/6/45
    Mansur, Edward (Senate Chief Clerk): 12/5/47
    Maragon - Five per centers probe: 8/29/49
    Marcantonio, Vito: 6/18/42, 1/21/43
    Marine General (bill to establish the rank of General in the Marine Corps): 3/3/45
    Marshall, General George C. on Russia: 10/1/41, 12/21/43, 4/13/44, 1/10/47, 1/11/47, 2/15/47, 2/27/47, 5/23/47
    Marshall Plan: 7/10/47, 7/11/47, 7/14/47, 1/17/48
    Martin, Senator Edward: 7/3/47
    Martin, Joseph and Isolationists: 11/5/41, 2/7/42, 11/6/42, 9/5/47, 9/18/47, 10/24/47, 4/21/48, 11/8/48
    Masons - Masonic orders: 7/18/49
    Massachusetts politics: 7/2/42
    Maverick, Maury: 11/12/42, 1/11/46
    May, Congressman Andrew J.: 7/3/46, 7/11/46, 7/12/46, 7/19/46, 7/26/46, 1/18/47, 7/7/47, 11/25/49
    Maybank, Burnet: 12/13/48
    Mead, Senator James Michael: 7/24/42, 7/6/46
    Mead Committee: 8/1/46, 8/2/46, 8/8/46, 8/9/46, 12/6/46
      report: 7/5/45, 8/1/46, 8/29/46, 12/9/46
    Meader, George: 12/2/46
    Meharry College (education): 5/13/48
    Mellet's, Lowell, madhouse: 3/13/42
    Merchant Marine: 2/5/43
    Merger (Armed Forces): 11/23/45, 12/1/45, 4/19/46
    Mesta, Pearl (Dinner party honoring Vice President Alben Barkley): 3/3/49
      confirmation as Ambassador to Luxemburg: 7/8/49
    Mexican G.I. (Felix Longoria): 1/14/49
    Mexican water treaty: 2/23/45
    Meyer, Benny: 7/16/49
    Michigan congressional race: 5/22/46
    Michigan, Minnesota, and California politics: 8/27/42, 11/6/42
    Midwest grain: 4/6/45v Military:
      aid program - Atlantic Treaty: 7/25/49, 7/29/49, 8/6/49, 8/8/49, 10/3/49
      appropriations: 6/12/42
      morale: 4/5/46
      security: 10/19/45
    Miller, William L.: 11/26/48
    Millikin, Senator Eugene D.: 1/17/47
    Minnesota, California, and Michigan politics: 8/27/42
    Mississippi shrimp: 4/26/46, 4/27/46
    Mitchell, Senator Hugh: 1/11/45
    Moffett, James J. - Arabian oil: 4/25/47
    Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, Shah of Iran: 11/17/49, 11/21/49
    Molotov-Smith - Russian relations: 5/14/48
    Money Makes the Mare Go (booklet):12/19/47
    Monroney, Mike: 4/17/46
    Montana election: 6/8/45
    Montana politics: 3/18/45
    Montgomery, Dr. James S. - U.S. House chaplain: 10/21/49
    Montgomery Ward: 4/28/44
    Moore-Lucas feud (Sen. Edward H. Moore - Sen. Scott Lucas): 12/17/43
    Moreschi, Joseph: 3/3/47
    Morgan, Gerald: 1/25/46
    Morgenthau, Henry: 9/25/41, 1/14/43
    Morrison, Congressman James H.: 5/30/47
    Movie investigation: 8/29/41, 9/6/41, 9/12/41, 9/25/41, 9/26/41, 10/10/41
    Movie war propaganda: 12/17/41
    Mules, exporting of: 7/3/47
    Mundt, Senator Karl, background of: 5/19/47, 4/15/48
    Mundt-Nixon Bill: 4/30/48, 5/7/48, 5/13/48, 5/14/48, 5/21/48
    Murray Bill: 12/20/44, 12/21/44
    Murray Committee: 1/11/46
N
    Nation-Capitol Hill: 7/26/46, 8/3/46, 7/4/47, 11/17/47
    Nation Story - public policy: 4/5/47
    National Association of Manufacturers - Brannan plan: 10/28/49
    National debt: 8/30/41
    National political conventions: 6/9/48
    National Scene: 6/11/48, 7/16/48, 12/24/48, 7/30/49
    National service bill: 2/8/43
    National Youth Administration: 1/15/43
    Navy, Bigger: 6/18/42
    Navy bill: 6/26/42, 4/12/44
    Navy Day: 9/24/45
    Navy deferment: 5/13/43
    Navy information: 12/3/41
    Navy - National Defense Policy: 10/10/49
    Nebraska politics - Republican: 4/9/48
    Nelson, Donald M.: 3/13/42, 6/25/42, 2/19/43
    Networks: 5/14/43
    Neutrality: 9/27/41, 10/10/41, 10/11/41, 10/17/41, 10/24/41, 11/7/41, 2/13/42, 4/18/47
    New clothes (attire for House pages): 2/27/47
    New Congressmen: 11/7/42
    New Deal party: 11/21/42
    New Dealers: 4/23/49
    New draft policy: 2/5/43
    Newfoundland Hospital - Canada: 8/19/49
    New Jersey politics: 11/6/42
    New librarian (Library of Congress - Dr. Luther Harris): 6/21/45
    New Mexico politics: 5/18/46
    New York politics: 3/5/42, 2/2/45
    News media - press on memorandum: 4/6/49
    Nine young men (The 78 Club-new Republican House members of 78th Congress): 2/11/43
    No brain trust: 7/23/43
    No hangover (whiskey bottles filled with water): 12/29/47
    Norris, Senator George: 7/2/42, 7/3/42, 9/26/42, 10/8/42, 10/15/42, 11/6/42, 12/11/42
    Nowell, William - Un-American activities: 3/26/47
    Nurse draft: 3/23/45
    Nye, Senator query: 10/10/41, 10/24/41, 5/13/44
O
    Occupation marks (Germany): 6/20/47
    O'Daniel, W. Lee and Tom Connally: 5/2/47
    Office of Price Administration, philosophy: 11/13/42, 11/14/42, 2/26/43, 6/7/45, 6/8/45, 6/28/45, 6/29/45, 4/18/46, 4/20/46, 4/26/46, 6/28/46, 6/29/46, 7/3/46, 7/5/46, 7/1/47
    Officers' Candidate School: 2/28/42
    Ohio politics: 7/23/42, 7/24/42, 11/6/42
    O.I.C.-Congress: 4/4/47, 4/25/47, 5/16/47, 6/30/47, 7/25/47
    Oil business: 1/31/47
    Oil industry: 4/30/48
    Oil prices: 12/17/43
    Oil producers, independent: 4/23/43
    Oil shortage (Congress angles): 8/22/41, 10/9/42
    Okies (LaFollette Committee): 6/18/42
    Okinawa, the Ryukus: 4/20/46
    Oklahoma politics: 7/17/42, 11/6/42, 7/26/46
    Old problems for the new Congress: 10/29/42, 10/30/42
    Olds, Leland, nomination - FPC: 10/14/49
    Oleo and Congress: 2/20/48, 5/7/48, 11/11/49
    O'Mahoney, Senator: 1/8/48
    O'Mahoney, Mrs. Agnes (wife of the Senator): 7/16/42
    Omnibus appropriations bill: 5/30/47, 6/2/47
    Oppenheimer family - AEC: 6/16/49
P
    Pacific bases: 2/12/43
    Pacific junket: 1/20/45
    Palestine: 10/20/45
    Paris Conference: 5/18/46
    Parity prices: 10/11/41
    Parker - Washington (Senators Aiken and Douglas on civil rights): 3/3/49
    Passamaquoddy project: 9/6/47
    Patton promotion: 4/28/44
    Patton, Nat vs. Drew Pearson: 9/15/44
    Pauley, Ed: 2/1/46, 2/6/46, 2/15/46, 1/26/48
    Pay bill - Congress - Water usage - irrigation: 5/12/49
    Pay-as-you-go (tax bill): 1/30/43
    Pay of the President: 12/17/48
    Peace offer: 3/16/45
    Peacetime taxes: 8/11/45
    Pearl Harbor: 9/6/45, 9/7/45, 9/14/45, 9/15/45, 11/2/45, 11/9/45, 11/20/45, 11/21/45, 12/13/45, 12/15/45, 1/9/46, 2/15/46, 2/16/46
    Pearson, Drew: 11/10/48, 12/6/48
    Pegler, Westbrook: 7/8/49, 11/3/49
    Pelley vs. Ickes: 10/2/41
    Penalty clauses: 12/2/46
    Pennsylvania and Alabama politics: 3/20/42
    Pennsylvania politics: 5/6/43
    Pensions: 11/27/41
      of Presidents: 10/8/48
      Senator Robert A. Taft, comments on: 11/25/49
      updating soldiers: 12/19/41
      veterans': 2/21/49
    Pentagon: 12/4/42
    Petrillo, James: 1/14/43, 4/13/46, 1/15/48
    Petticoat army-Congressional bills (women in military service): 3/19/42
    Philadelphia politics: 10/17/47
    Pilots' strike: 11/29/48
    Poland, Communist purge in: 11/18/49
    Politics: 4/22/43, 4/23/43, 5/6/43, 12/16/43, 12/18/43, 8/3/44, 5/17/46, 8/27/46, 12/20/46, 6/6/47, 12/8/47
    Politics adjourned: 12/12/41, 3/20/42, 6/16/42, 8/27/42, 9/10/42, 10/17/42, 10/30/42, 11/6/42
    Politics, Republican: 1/9/48, 1/30/48, 1/31/48, 3/12/48, 3/26/48, 4/10/48, 4/16/48, 6/11/48, 10/20/48, 1/26/49, 10/27/49
    Poll taxes, Congressional bill: 3/25/42, 9/24/42, 10/14/42, 11/21/42, 5/28/43, 4/8/44
    Ponyushkin - Vandenberg: 1/30/48
    Pork barrel: 8/8/41
    Portal to portal
      coal: 12/9/46
      pay suit (steel workers): 12/9/46
      wage claims:12/27/46
    Postal hearings: 4/4/49
    Postal rates: 6/26/42, 2/16/48, 3/7/49, 3/9/49, 3/14/49, 3/16/49, 3/21/49, 3/22/49, 4/4/49, 4/15/49, 4/19/49, 5/6/49
    Post-war
      campaign: 7/2/43
      military: 4/24/44
      Navy: 9/8/45, 10/25/45
      organization: 3/13/43
      planning: 1/21/43, 2/26/43
      program: 3/13/43
      Republicans: 7/29/43
    Potato price support program: 8/19/49
    Potato report: 8/20/49
    Potatoes: 6/27/47
    Power controversy: 11/7/41
    Power grabs: 1/19/45
    Power shortage - U.S.: 2/4/49
    President, Things I Would Do As (list of changes McNaughton would make): 7/16/42
    President's
      pay: 12/22/48
      powers: 12/12/41
      price dilemma: 11/7/47
      wartime powers: 12/17/41
    Presidential
      inauguration - speech: 1/21/49
      salary: 1/17/49
      succession: 6/21/45, 6/22/45, 6/25/47
    Press-Back-of-the-book-suggestions: 12/29/48
    Press conference: 4/23/43
    Press vs. Roosevelt: 4/16/43
    Preston Tucker lease - Chicago Dodge plant: 6/11/47
    Prex party (Presidential party for members of Congress): 3/12/43, 3/13/43
    Prex week (Presidential week): 5/13/43, 8/10/46, 10/28/49
    Price control: 10/3/41, 10/4/41, 10/24/41, 11/1/41, 11/21/41, 11/28/41, 12/13/41, 12/18/41, 1/23/42, 11/7/42
    Price decline - Economy and Congress: 2/13/48
    Price fixing: 8/1/41, 8/15/41, 8/28/41, 9/19/41, /25/41
    Prices - Congressional action: 11/14/47
    Priorities - unemployment: 12/26/41
    Production: 1/10/42
    Production and materials: 6/20/42
    Public health bill - Senator Robert Taft: 1/25/47
    Public power: 10/31/41, 11/1/41, 11/3/41
    Public Utilities Ownership: 10/16/42
    Puget Sound Power and Light: 10/31/42
Q
    Query on temporary administration of liberated territories: 3/18/43
    Quinine grows again: 4/22/43
R
    Radio Corporation of America: 5/14/48
    Railroad
      and air crashes: 12/16/46
      bill: 8/1/46
      brotherhoods: 11/11/49
      equipment: 2/7/47
      reorganization: 8/2/46
    Railroads: 12/1/45, 5/10/46
    Ramspeck, Robert (Bob): 6/10/42
    Rankin, John E.: 7/6/45
    Rationing: 11/27/42
    Rayburn, Sam: 9/2/43, 12/2/48, 8/6/49
    Reciprocal trade: 1/29/43, 1/30/43, 4/17/43, 4/30/43, 5/3/43, 5/6/43, 5/14/43, 5/17/43, 4/19/45, 5/18/45, 5/26/45, 6/8/45, 2/13/47, 4/16/47, 6/18/48
    R.F.C. to independency: 1/26/45, 7/27/49, 8/5/49
    Record Cut in Appropriations: 5/27/48
    Redistricting: 5/13/43
    Reece, Carroll: 4/5/46, 11/28/47
    Reed-Bulwinkle bill: 6/21/47, 6/23/47
    Relief, International: 1/31/47
    Relief program - Congress - food: 2/28/47
    Rent control: 1/13/47, 2/8/47, 6/12/47, 3/1/48, 3/25/49, 3/28/49
    Reorganization, 79th Congress: 10/17/45
    Representative government: 3/22/45
    Repubicrats: 4/6/46
    Republican
      chairman: 11/12/42, 11/28/47
      declaration: 12/6/45
      manifesto: 9/24/42
      National Convention: 5/21/48
      party
        finances: 11/4/49
        spending: 11/7/49
        standing: 2/15/47
      politics: 12/18/42, 12/14/44, 12/13/46, 12/8/47, 1/30/48, 1/31/48, 3/12/48, 3/26/48, 4/16/48, 5/27/48, 10/6/48, 11/17/48, 1/28/49, 10/27/49
      reorganization: 11/22/48
    Republicans: 12/29/44, 1/6/45, 3/30/45, 9/15/45, 4/12/46, 1/22/48, 1/10/49
    Rich, Rep. Robert F. 2/22/45
    Roberts, Roy - Kansas City Star: 3/31/48
    Robinson, Jackie: 7/21/49
    Roosevelt, Elliot: 3/6/43, 9/19/45, 9/22/45
    Roosevelt, President Franklin D.: 8/16/41, 10/24/41, 11/7/41, 12/17/41, 1/7/43, 3/1/45, 4/12/45, 5/23/47
    Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D. (Eleanor): 4/13/49
    Rubber: 3/6/42
    Rural education: 4/30/47
    Russia's war: 2/11/43
    Russian relations: 4/20/46
    Rutledge, Justice Wiley: 9/2/49
S
    St. Lawrence Hospital Bill: 7/28/49
    St. Lawrence Seaway: 2/12/42, 2/4/48, 3/11/49
    Salary raise for Congress: 5/25/45
    Saltonstall, Leverett: 3/29/44
    Samoa - Guam: 5/12/47
    San Francisco Charter: 6/28/45
    Schwellenbach, Lewis: 10/3/45, 10/4/45
    Scott, Hugh - GOP National Chairman: 12/3/48, 7/22/49
    Scrap rubber: 5/28/42
    Sea otters: 2/26/42, 3/7/42, 6/26/42
    Second front: 5/28/42, 11/7/42
    Secret report on War (Joint Senate-House meeting on war): 1/19/45
    Security Treaty: 6/21/45, 7/29/45
    Selective Service extension: 4/28/45, 5/3/48
    Senate
      appropriations session: 9/20/47
      Finance Committee, taxes: 4/17/47
      foreign relations: 1/12/45
      leadership: 2/25/44
      President Truman's visit to: 7/25/47
      races: 10/22/48
      rules: 5/10/46
      sale: 10/20/47
      secretary: 2/2/45
      Sgt. at arms: 1/25/43
      Small Business Committee - soda pop: 12/3/48
      treaty power: 4/21/44
    Senatorial trips to bases: 10/1/43
    Senators' sons: 2/11/42, 2/12/42
    Senators, U.S. -Soviet relations: 10/2/47
    Service pay: 2/26/49
    77th Congress, gloom: 2/14/42
    78th Congress: 12/16/42, 1/7/43
    79th Congress, reorganization: 10/17/45
    Shafer vs. Prex (Paul W. Shafer vs. H.S.T.): 4/17/43
    Sheridan, Joseph: 4/17/43
    Ship sales: 10/5/45
    Ship subsidies: 7/14/49
    Shipbuilding: 3/19/42
    Ship-line profits: 3/26/43
    Ships, merchant marine: 2/10/47
    Short, Congressman Dewey: 6/7/48
    Short, General Walter C. - Adm. Husband E. Kimmel: 6/9/44
    Shortages: 12/9/44
    Silver: 5/9/46
    Silver bloc: 7/22/46
    Silver business: 7/19/46
    Sims, Congressman Hugo: 10/10/49
    Singer, Dr., nomination: 4/1/49 (as chief assayer)
    Slaughter, Roger C.: 11/24/48, 11/26/48, 12/3/48
    Slick Airways - Civil Aeronautics Board: 9/19/47
    Sloan and Pick - Garrison Dam: 6/17/49
    Smith Committee: 3/24/45
    Smith, Howard, investigation: 2/5/43
    Smith, Senator Margaret Chase: 8/1/49
    Smith-Mundt Bill - Voice of America: 1/9/48
    Social Security Taxes: 10/3/41, 1/22/43, 12/16/44
    Socialism by default: 1/18/49
    Soda pop - Senate Small Business Committee: 12/3/48
    Soldiers in Congress: 1/11/45
    Soldiers' pensions: 12/18/41
    Soldiers' vote: 6/26/42, 8/28/42, 7/29/43, 12/17/43
    Soup's off - waiters' strike: 6/19/42
    The South: 6/9/47
    Southern revolt: 2/6/48
    Southerners - Jefferson Davis Birthday observance: 6/6/47
    Spangler, Republican National Chairman: 2/3/44
    Spanish air bases (U.S.): 11/23/49
    The Sparkman Act: 10/16/42
    Speculation: 1/9/48, 1/23/48, 1/30/48
    Speculators: 12/19/47
    Spence Bill: - HR 2756 - Congress: 3/11/49
    Spinach - Interstate Commerce Commission: 12/3/48
    Spingler, Harrison: 2/1/44
    Sponge iron: 11/4/42
    Spy investigations, Canada: 2/14/47
    Stabilization: 4/22/44
    Standard Oil - a new culprit: 6/13/42
    Stassen, Harold, politics: 4/22/43, 2/22/45, 2/27/47, 5/24/47, 5/28/47, 7/14/47, 1/9/48, 4/10/48
    State, Department of, appointments: 12/7/44
    State of mind of country: 9/11/41, 9/18/41
    State of the Nation: 4/7/45, 9/7/45
    State of the Union address: 1/7/43 (Franklin D. Roosevelt)
    State primaries: 9/2/49
    Steel: 5/29/42, 12/12/47
    Steel crisis: 2/9/46
    Steel grey market hearings: 4/2/48
    Steel industry: 6/2/47, 6/23/47, 9/12/47, 9/13/47
    Steel and prices: 4/26/47, 2/21/48, 3/3/48
    Steel workers: 12/9/46 (portal to portal suit)
    Sterilization of Japanese-American: 3/2/45 (Cong. Jed Johnson proposed by)
    Stettinius, aides: 12/15/44, 6/28/45
    Stimson cover: 8/13/41
    Stockman, Lowell: 8/17/46
    Strategic materials: 2/12/42
    Submarine episode: 9/6/41
    Submarines: 5/29/42
    Subsidies: 5/7/43, 6/18/43, 7/2/43, 12/17/43, 2/18/44
    Succession bill: 6/29/45
    Sugar: 11/27/41, 12/12/41, 3/7/42, 1/25/47, 6/13/47, 7/26/47
    Sumners, Hatton W.: 10/4/41 (on bar meeting)
    Supreme Court: 2/6/43, 2/27/43, 2/28/43, 10/1/43, 3/19/48, 12/21/48, 1/31/49, 5/26/49, 6/2/49, 6/3/49, 6/7/49, 7/1/49, 10/10/49
    Surplus property: 9/1/45, 10/12/45, 12/15/45, 3/28/46, 3/29/46, 4/26/46, 5/2/46, 5/3/46, 5/5/46
    Surplus property Board: 12/1/46
    Surrender: 8/10/45
    Symington, W. Stuart - Robert Hannegan: 7/14/47, 1/5/48
    Synthetic rubber: 2/4/48
T
    Tabor, Congressman John: 7/18/49
    Taft, Senator Robert: 5/10/46, 1/9/47, 1/10/47, 1/11/47, 1/25/47, 2/27/47, 4/14/47, 6/6/47, 6/11/47, 7/25/47 1/8/48, 12/18/48, 7/7/49, 7/12/49
    Tail twisting-Congress (conflict between White House and Republicans): 6/26/47
    Tanks: 11/21/41, 3/9/45
    Tansill (professor at American University): 6/9/47
    Tax veto: 7/11/47, 11/7/47, 1/8/48, 2/2/48, 2/4/48, 3/26/48
    Taxes: 8/3/41, 8/15/41, 8/16/41, 8/22/41, 8/29/41, 8/30/41, 9/5/41, 9/6/41, 11/6/41, 12/12/41, 2/13/41, 2/27/42, 3/5/42, 5/29/42, 6/4/42, 6/5/42, 6/19/42, 6/26/42, 7/17/42, 8/28/42, 9/3/42, 9/9/42, 9/12/42, 10/2/42, 10/9/42, 10/16/42, 11/11/42, 1/15/43, 3/13/43, 3/20/43, 3/27/43, 4/16/43, 4/17/43, 4/23/43, 5/6/43, 12/17/43, 4/22/44, 4/26/44, 5/11/45, 9/26/45, 9/28/45, 10/20/45, 11/1/45, 2/7/47, 3/14/47, 3/21/47, 4/17/47, 6/2/47, 6/16/47
    Teamsters Union: 7/14/47
    Tennessee politics: 12/12/47
    Termites in the White House: 4/29/43
    Texas and Virginia politics: 6/16/42
    32,000 tanks: 11/21/41
    Thomas, Senator Elmer: 2/16/48
    Thomas, Congressman Parnell: 1/22/48
    Three votes backdown (Vandenberg): 4/6/45
    Tidelands oil: 7/25/46, 7/26/46, 2/27/48, 3/5/48
    Time (members of Congress who read Time and their opinions of it): 4/17/46
    Tobey, Senator Charles: 6/28/46, 1/31/47
    Tokyo battle: 2/16/45
    Transportation: 6/9/49
    Treaty making: 12/7/44, 3/2/45, 6/29/45, 7/7/45
    Trippe, Juan (Pan-American lobbying): 3/8/49, 3/10/49
    Truman appointees: 10/7/49
    Truman Committee: 12/18/41, 1/23/42, 1/29/42, 6/19/42, 1/16/43, 5/6/43, 12/17/43
    Truman, Harry S.: 2/27/43, 10/25/44, 12/14/44, 4/14/45, 4/15/45, 4/16/45, 4/29/45, 5/3/45, 5/11/45, 7/2/45, 7/3/45, 7/7/45, 9/7/45, 11/2/45, 11/23/45, 1/4/46, 1/5/46, 2/14/46, 4/26/46, 3/1/47, 3/28/47, 2/27/48, 3/12/48, 3/17/48
    Truman speeches to Congress, Reaction to: 3/17/48, 7/16/48, 7/30/48, 12/18/48, 1/6/49, 5/21/49, 7/7/49, 10/7/49, 10/27/49
    Tubordo, Raul Damote of Argentina, and Martin Dies: 10/24/41
    Tucker, Preston: 6/16/47
    Tugwell, Rex: 1/23/42, 6/5/42
    Tunisia: 11/18/42
    Tunnell, James M. (Burton report): 2/15/45
    $25,000 salary limit: 1/28/43, 1/29/43, 2/5/43
    22nd Amendment: 3/24/47
    Tydings Committee: 6/25/42
    Tydings, Millard: 6/19/45
    Tydings Report: 6/7/45
U
    Un-American Activities Committee: 12/13/46, 2/6/47, 3/26/47, 6/13/47, 10/27/47, 11/17/47, 12/15/48, 5/31/49, 8/19/49
    Un-American Activities-William Vanderbilt Field: 6/15/49
    Uncle Sam-coal operator: 8/23/46
    Unemployment benefits: 12/26/41, 1/24/42, 2/12/42, 2/21/42, 6/1/45, 8/30/45, 9/14/45, 9/21/45, 6/13/49
    Unification Bill in Congress: 5/30/47, 7/3/47
    United Auto Workers and General Motors: 1/26/46
    United Mine Workers (mine contract and Taft-Hartley law): 7/11/47
    United Mine Workers pension fund: 8/5/49
    UNO delegate: 11/2/45
    UNO legislation: 11/14/45
    UNO and UNRRA: 11/2/45, 11/22/45, 12/13/45
    U.S.:
      Air Force-Stuart Symington: 1/5/48
      Army planes: 9/23/42
      border: 2/19/43
      British economic talks: 9/13/45
      House bank shortage: 1/24/47
      shipping, more control: 6/6/42
      Soviet relations-Senators: 10/2/47
    Universal military training: 1/11/45, 3/23/45, 6/7/45, 7/5/45, 10/19/45, 10/26/45, 11/2/45, 11/28/47, 1/30/48, 3/17/48, 3/18/48
    Uranium-AEC: 11/10/49
    Utilities death sentence bill and Congress: 3/13/42
V
    Vandenberg, Senator Arthur: 1/12/45, 1/13/45, 3/16/45, 4/30/47, 5/1/47, 2/24/48, 3/26/48, 4/23/48, 5/5/48, 5/14/48, 6/8/48, 6/1/49
    Vandenberg, General Hoyt: 1/3/45
    Vaughan, General Harry: 9/3/45, 8/31/49, 9/1/49
    Venereal disease: 3/12/43
    Vereck story, Prescott Dennett: 10/10/41
    Veterans: 11/24/45
      affairs: 4/25/47, 2/17/49, 7/21/49
      benefits bill: 3/25/44
      pensions: 1/15/42
    Veterans Administration Medicine: 4/11/45
    Veto fight, The-tax bill: 6/21/47
    Veto rehabilitation: 11/14/42
    Vice Presidency: 2/18/44
    Vice President's home: 7/30/48
    Vice President-Secret Service protection: 5/21/45
    Victory magazine: 2/11/43
    Viereck, George Sylvester: 10/11/41
    Vinson, Congressman Carl: 4/29/49
    Vinson, Fred: 6/28/45
    Vinson hearings on B-36: 10/24/49
    Virginia and Texas politics: 6/16/42
    Virginia politics II: 8/9/46
    Virginia primary: 8/9/45, 7/23/49
    Voice of America: 6/15/47, 6/25/47, 6/27/47, 1/9/48, 5/27/48
    Voting agreement: 3/30/45
W
    Wadworth bill (National war service bill): 3/5/43
    Wage claims (portal to portal pay): 12/27/46
    Wages: 11/2/45
    Wagner, Senator Robert F.: 10/18/48, 6/30/49
    Wagner-Murray bill (medical bill): 9/24/43
    Wagner-Murray-Ingell bill (bill to expand Social Security): 1/31/44
    Walgren, Mon-Harry Cain: 3/11/49, 3/14/49
    Wallace, Vice President Henry A.: 4/30/43, 7/12/43, 4/15/44, 1/25/45, 1/26/45, 2/1/45, 2/16/45, 3/2/45, 1/2/48, 2/25/48, 3/19/48, 4/2/48
    War
      appropriations: 6/26/42
      babies: 9/11/42
      Congressmen: 7/17/42
      costs: 8/17/45
      dead, U.S.: 9/26/47
      frauds-Warren report to Congress: 8/6/49
      materials (boycott on Russia): 11/4/49
      plans: 1/23/42
      production, Truman Committee and dollar-a-year men: 1/29/42
      secrets: 2/19/42, 2/20/42, 2/27/42
      waste: 6/26/42, 7/2/43
    War Labor Board split: 1/27/43, 3/5/43
    WPB (War Production Board) information service for Congress: 3/20/42
    Ward, Angus: 11/25/49
    Warren, Governor Earl: 9/16/48
    Warren (Lindsay) report to Congress-War frauds: 8/5/49, 8/6/49
    Wartime Washington: 12/26/41, 1/1/42
    Washington, then and now: 11/28/42, 1/28/43, 7/3/47, 1/12/49, 2/16/49, 2/23/49
    Water usage-irrigation-pay bill-Congress: 5/12/49
    Watson, James E.: 10/17/47
    Wedemeyer, General Albert: 5/23/45
    Welfare state-Taft, Truman quotes: 7/7/49
    West Pointers: 2/24/45
    West Virginia politics: 11/6/42, 4/27/44, 11/5/48
    Wexler, Irving: 9/21/44, 9/27/44
    Wheat: 3/19/43
    Wheat ceilings: 10/24/42
    Wheeler, Senator Burton K.: 8/29/41, 11/3/41, 1/19/45, 10/4/45, 11/3/45, 11/28/45, 7/19/46
    White House Leaders Conference: 9/11/41, 12/4/41
    Wiley, Senator-defense plans: 11/11/49
    Willkie, Wendell, and the isolationists: 10/22/41
    Wilkie, Wendell, speech reaction: 10/30/42
    Williams, Aubrey: 2/16/45, 2/17/45, 3/23/45
    Willow Run: 3/8/43
    Women's Auxiliary Bill: 5/8/42, 3/12/43
    Wood, General Robert E., meets isolationists of Congress: 9/26/41, 10/1/41, 10/2/41
    Wood, John: 11/24/45
    Wool grab: 6/28/46
    Wool-Legislation in Congress: 4/4/47, 4/11/47, 5/24/47, 6/20/47
    Work done (Bills sent to the White House): 7/27/46
    World Health Organization: 6/5/48
Y
    Young Turks: 12/22/44

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