PAPERS OF HENRY A. WALLACE
SERIES X: WRITINGS
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Series X: Box 76
February 24. Address before the 2nd National Convention of the Progressive Party, Chicago, Illinois
March 29. "One World or Two Worlds." Address at the Boston University Public Forum, Boston, Massachusetts
April 9. Easter Sermon at Peekskill, New York
April 22. "How to Strengthen the U.N." Radio address
April 29 "One World - The Only Road to Peace." Address before the 60th Anniversary of the Prairie Club, Des Moines, Iowa
July 15. Personal statement on the Korean situation
August 10. Interview concerning HAW's resignation from the Progressive Party on the radio program " Reporters' Roundup"
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August 13. Statement on HAW's resignation from the Progressive Party
November 12. "A Century of Blood or Milk." Address before the Community Forum of the Community Church of New York, New York City
December 2. Address before the National Hospital Foundation, Washington, D.C.
January 2. "Where I Stand." Address before the Brooklyn Jewish Center, Brooklyn, New York
January 21. "March of the Common Man - Constructive or Destructive." Address before the Community Church of Boston, Boston, Massachusetts
October 7. Message to the United Press concerning testimony given before the Subcommittee on Internal Security of the Senate Judiciary Committee
October 7. Statement in advance of HAW's testimony before the Subcommittee on Internal Security of the Senate Judiciary Committee
October 9. Statement before the Subcommittee on Internal Security of the Senate Judiciary Committee
October 17. Statement before the Subcommittee on Internal Security of the Senate Judiciary Committee
April 26. "The Only Road to Safety." Address before the Mew England-All College Conference. Phillips Brooks Hall, Cambridge, Massachusetts
April 27. "The Philosophy of the General Welfare." Address before the Community Church of Boston, Boston, Massachusetts
May 27. "How to Save Capitalism." Address before the Greater Buffalo Advertising Club, Buffalo, New York
May 31. Memorial Day address at Katonah, New York
June "The Peace That Failed"
September 15. "How to Save Capitalism." Address before the Pow Wow Club
October 17. "HAW on Politics and Policies." 200 East 66th
November 14. "Books, the Hope of the Future." Address at Katonah
January 21. "Rural Attitudes and Values vs. City Attitudes and Values." Address before the Columbia University Seminar on Rural Life, New York City
February 16. "Henry Wallace Opposed Recognition of Russia -- An India Friendly to the West is Vital for Peace, he says"
March 29. "Hatred, Love and Faith in a World of Force." Address before the Community Church of Boston, Boston, Massachusetts
May 1. "Liberalism Re-appropriated." Address before the Howard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
May 19. Address before the graduating class of the Bedford Hills High School, Bedford Hills, New York
August 23. Statement on the Progressive Party convention in Chicago, July 1948
February 20. "Building, Preventing and Using Farm Surpluses." Address before the Farm Institute
April 1. "Background of the Farm Program." NBC 10:15pm.
April 25. "Christianity in a World of Force." Address before the Berkshire South Association of Congregational Christian Churches, Great Barrington, Massachusetts
May 31. "That They May Not Have Died in Vain." Memorial Day Address. Bedford Hill
October 20. Statement on Communist membership in the Progressive Party in 1948.
December 27. Letter to the editor, Life magazine, regarding Wallace's trip to Soviet Asia
"It Seems Like Yesterday." Radio Address
April 25. "Making Explosives Constructive." Address before Keuka College, Keuka Park, New York
May 30. Memorial Day address at Bedford Village, New York
August 16. "Small Plots and Big Men." Address at the Annual Field Day of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Mt. Carmel, Connecticut
October 30. Remarks on the program "Face the Nation"
November 15. "The Farm Outlook." Address before the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation
March 30. "The Role of the Vice Presidency." Address before the Harvard Law School Forum, Cambridge, Massachusetts
June 20. Address before the B'nai B'rith, Waterbury, Connecticut
September 26. "Science and the Economic Problem." Address before the Conference on Science and Human Responsibility, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
October 5. "The Uniqueness of George Washington Carver." Address at the Third Christian Liberal Arts Festival, Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa
January 31. "America's World Responsibility." Address before the Agricultural Economics Department, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
February 21. "George Washington as a Statesman and Religious Man." Address before a church group, Danbury, Connecticut
January 14. "Freedom, Prosperity and Beyond." Address before the Southern Connecticut Purchasing Association, Pound Ridge, New York
February 15. "Freedom and Prosperity For All." Address before the Farm Institute, Des Moines, Iowa
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May 30. "Memorial Day at Ridgefield, Connecticut"
June 10. "World Peace and Justice For All." Address before the B'rith Abraham Convention, Kiamesha Lake, New York
December 15. "Development of Improved Crops." New York Academy of Medicine
January 8. "Comments on Dr. George Beadle's Paper on Molecules, Viruses and Heredity." Address before the Resources for the Future Forum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
March 17. "The Ten Year Look Ahead." Address before the Crotonville G.E. Conference
April 27. "The Long Look Ahead." Address before the Jewish Men's Club, White Plains, New York
September 27. "The K Visit." St. Stephens Men's Communion Breakfast, Ridgefield, Connecticut. 9 a.m.
December 28. "Comments on the Origin and Utilization of Germ Plasm in the U.S.A." Address before the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Chicago, Illinois
January 31. WNEW. [A few words in tribute to Roosevelt]
March 27. "A Long Look Ahead." Address before the Ford Forum, Boston, Massachusetts
May 8. Excerpts from an address before a social fraternity at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
August-October (?). Address speculating on the nature of world affairs in the years ahead
February 1. "Agriculture in an Uneasy World." Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. Farmer's Week
March [1961 or 1962]. Cornell. [Dealing with the importance of agricultural education]
March 1. "Looking Ahead." Address before the Crotonville G.E. Conference
March 28. "Equality of Bargaining Power and the General Welfare." Benjamin Hibbard Memorial Lecture, Madison, Wisconsin
May 6. Address before the Taylor-Hibbard Club
November 1. "The Department As I Have Known It." Address at the Centennial Lecture Series, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.
December 28. A New Dealer Looks at the New Frontier." Address before the American Farm Economic Association, New York City
March 22. Address on the anniversary of the Land Grant Colleges at Agricultural Progress Days, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
May 15. "The Evolution of United States Agriculture As Related to Changes In Economic and Institutional Patterns." Address before the World Food Forum at the Centennial Observance of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.
September 8. "Reminiscing...and a Look Into the Future." Pioneer Club, Des Moines, Iowa
November 25. "Food and Peace." Address at the St. Stephen's Communion Breakfast, Ridgefield, Connecticut
October 14. "Corn and People." Address before the Production Credit Association, Harlan, Iowa
October 17. "The West High That Was." Address at the West High Dinner, Des Moines, IowaThe University of Iowa Libraries