The Papers of Robert A. Taft - Vol. 3

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The Papers
of Robert A. Taft

VOLUME 3, 1945-1948

Clarence E. Wunderlin, Jr., Project Director & Editor
David E. Settje, Associate Editor
Robin L. Bowden, Assistant Editor
Bette J. Sawicki, Editorial Assistant
Ellen Denning, Editorial Assistant

The Kent State University Press
KENT & LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Papers of Robert A. Taft *
  • Contents *
  • Preface ix
  • Editor's Note & Abbreviations xiv
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Chapter One - January—june 1945 3
  • To J. A. Holmes 4
  • To Helen Taft Manning 5
  • To Wallace H. White, Jr. 5
  • To Charles W. Tobey 6
  • To John W. Bricker 7
  • To Herbert C. Hoover 8
  • Statement on the Full Employment Bill 9
  • To Robert Moses 12
  • To Helen Taft Manning 13
  • To Republican Members of the Education and Labor Committee 14
  • To Edwin M. Irish 16
  • To Charles R. Hook 16
  • Statement on Fair Employment Practice Commission Bill 17
  • To William M. Jennings 19
  • To Hulbert Taft 20
  • Remarks on the Training of Draftees Sent into Combat 20
  • To Joseph N. Pew, Jr. 23
  • To H. D. Mcclelland 24
  • To John T. Mcnicholas 24
  • To Isabel Bacon La Follette 25
  • Speech on Compulsory Labor Draft Bill 26
  • To George M. Toewater 31
  • Address at Testimonial Dinner for Dr. Abba Hillel Silver 32
  • To Roy Wilkins 37
  • To Edward R. Stettinius, Jr. 38
  • Address on the Public Debt Act of 1945 39
  • To Mabel Clark Brown 41
  • To A. C. Smith 42
  • To Ernest J. Bohn 42
  • To Guy M. Gillette 43
  • To Charles D. Hilles 44
  • To Tom Oakes 45
  • To Robert I. Ingalls 45
  • To Charles D. Hilles 46
  • To Herbert C. Hoover 47
  • Republican Article, "Sen. Robert A. Taft: Against Postwar Military Training" 48
  • Radio Statement at Columbus Town Meeting 55
  • To Charles S. Davis 57
  • Statement on a Fair Employment Practices Commission 58
  • Chapter Two - July—december 1945 59
  • To Horace D. Taft 60
  • To Robert F. Wagner 62
  • To Paul P. Cret 63
  • To David S. Ingalls 65
  • Radio Address on Full Employment 66
  • Memorial for Hiram Johnson 70
  • To Paul Bellamy 70
  • To Morton Bodfish 71
  • To Harlan J. Bushfield 72
  • To Julius Klein 72
  • To Howard E. Campbell 73
  • To Charles E. Pond 74
  • To Robert Taft, Jr. 75
  • To Josephine F. Rollman 77
  • To Margaret Baker 78
  • To Harold A. Broda 79
  • Notes on Compulsory Military Training Speech 79
  • To Blanca Noel Taft 80
  • Speech to the Ohio Federation of Republican Women's Organizations 82
  • To Chester Bowles 91
  • To Katherine Kennedy Brown 92
  • To Edward F. Hoban 93
  • To Hugh Colville 94
  • To Edwin Borchard 95
  • To Clyde W. Sullivan 95
  • To Harry F. Byrd 96
  • To Charles G. Mortimer, Jr. 97
  • To Joseph R. Hirt 98
  • To Herbert C. Hoover 98
  • To Charles H. Forster 99
  • Speech to Ohio Home Builders Association 99
  • To Clyde W. Sullivan 105
  • Chapter Three - January—june 1946 107
  • To Herbert C. Hoover 108
  • Speech to Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce 109
  • To Frank Murphy 118
  • To Mark Woods 118
  • To Hulbert Taft 119
  • To Frederick Schneller 120
  • To Edward A. Freking 121
  • To William J. Kostka 123
  • To Hulbert Taft 123
  • To Richard Nielsen 124
  • To Kentucky Chemical Industries, Inc. 126
  • To W. W. Trout 127
  • To Jack B. Beardwood 128
  • To John W. Yolton 129
  • To H. H. Beneke 130
  • To John T. Taylor 131
  • To John L. Snyder 132
  • To Milton Millenkopf 132
  • To Clinton P. Anderson 133
  • To Meta M. Pavlik 134
  • To Richard B. Scandrett, Jr. 134
  • To Oscar S. Cox 135
  • To Zelma Hauenstein 136
  • To Charles H. Williams 136
  • To Harry E. Davis 137
  • To Charles P. Taft II 138
  • To Thomas E. Pool 139
  • To Paul W. Walter 139
  • To Elmer F. Hunsicker 140
  • To Richard A. Forster 141
  • To Lester J. Bradshaw 141
  • To Diosdado Maurillo Yap 142
  • To H. J. Hamlin 143
  • To Claude Pepper 144
  • To Kenneth D. Mckellar 144
  • To R. L. Krabach 145
  • To R. A. Blessing 146
  • To David S. Ingalls 146
  • To Donald E. Fender, Sr. 148
  • To Charles R. Hook 149
  • To Frank J. Lausche 150
  • To Everett C. Somers 151
  • To Katherine Fitzgerald 152
  • To Gwen and George C. Schofield 153
  • To Edmund E. Lincoln 153
  • To John J. Jansen 154
  • To J. W. Cunningham 155
  • To Paul M. Herzog 155
  • To Walbridge S. Taft 156
  • To Carl T. Rowand 157
  • To William T. Hart 157
  • To John B. Barry 158
  • To Frank A. Zeik 159
  • Chapter Four - July—december 1946 161
  • To J. W. Whitehouse 162
  • To Ruth N. Kendall 163
  • To Monroe T. Vermillion 163
  • To Harry F. Klinefelter 164
  • To L. N. Wicklein 164
  • To Furber Marshall 165
  • To Carl Vitz 165
  • To Albert Warner 166
  • To W. E. Wright 167
  • To Samuel E. Giudici 168
  • To Edward P. Seymour 168
  • To William J. Kostka 169
  • To John B. Hollister 169
  • Speech to Republican State Convention 171
  • To George E. Sokolsky 185
  • To Joseph Alsop 187
  • To Donald F. Hughes 188
  • To Roger V. Flory 189
  • To Albert White 190
  • To Russell B. Stearns 190
  • To Richard Lloyd-Jones 191
  • Speech at Kenyon College 192
  • Speech to the Wayne County Medical Society 202
  • To L. Davis 212
  • To Marjorie Shearon 213
  • To I. Jack Martin 214
  • To Westbrook Pegler 215
  • To Hugh A. Butler 215
  • To Philip Leserman and Kingston Fletcher 216
  • To Arthur H. Vandenberg 217
  • Radio Broadcast on Cio-Pac 217
  • To Joseph R. Mccarthy 222
  • To Henry E. T. Herman 223
  • To Robert M. La Follette, Jr. 223
  • To William H. Albers 224
  • To Evva S. Tomb 225
  • To Robert P. Patterson 225
  • To Mrs. Harry C. Carpenter 227
  • To Charles W. Holman 227
  • To Carl H. Woiwode 228
  • To Carl K. Matson 228
  • To Sterling V. Mead 230
  • To David Baylor 230
  • To Julia E. Tolbert 231
  • To Josiah T. Rose 231
  • To Louis W. Noel 232
  • To Robert Snowden 233
  • To Paul H. Davis 233
  • To Frank T. Hines 234
  • To Furl Williams 234
  • To Stanley M. Rowe 235
  • Chapter Five - January-June 1947 237
  • To Kent A. Hunter 238
  • To C. Wayland Brooks 239
  • To Zechariah Chafee, Jr. 240
  • To John T. Graves 241
  • To Walter H. Harnischfeger 241
  • To E. E. Mcpherson 242
  • To Harry H. Cook 243
  • To George C. Marshall 244
  • To Ezra H. Frye 244
  • Statement on the Confirmation of David Lilienthal 245
  • Address to Yale Alumni 246
  • To Stanley Lamb 251
  • To Frances M. Ambler 252
  • Address to the American Association of School Administrators 252
  • To Joseph A. Breig 259
  • Statement About Aid to Turkey and Greece 260
  • To George F. Eyrich, Jr. 261
  • To Charles A. Halleck 261
  • To William C. Woellner, Sr. 262
  • To L. H. Foster 263
  • To Arthur H. Vandenberg 263
  • To G. Mason Owlett 264
  • To Herbert U. Nelson 265
  • To William M. Chadbourne 266
  • To Robert Taft, Jr. 267
  • To R. G. Denmead 267
  • To Sidney B. Thompson 268
  • To Richard Newman 269
  • To Claude O. Vardaman 269
  • To Charles W. Tobey 270
  • To Porter R. Chandler 271
  • To H. Styles Bridges 272
  • To Joseph W. Alsop, Jr. 273
  • To Andrew B. Wallace, Jr. 274
  • To Alf M. Landon 274
  • To Leland J. Gordon 275
  • To George A. Paddock, Jr. 276
  • Press Release on Wages and Prices 276
  • To Kent S. Clow 279
  • To Charles E. Barker 280
  • To Agnes E. Meyer 281
  • Statement on Labor 281
  • To Henry La Cossitt 282
  • To Eleanor Chase Taft 283
  • To Hamilton A. Long 284
  • To Francis Gilman Blake 284
  • To Dorothy Thompson 285
  • To Paul W. Walter 286
  • To Wesley A. Sturges 288
  • To Grenville Clark 289
  • To Frederick A. Philippi 290
  • To Lawrence S. Price 291
  • To Darwin Kindler 291
  • To Marrs Mclean 292
  • To Lawrence K. Shaver 293
  • Chapter Six - July-December 1947 295
  • To Carl J. Anderwald 296
  • To George E. Bedell, Jr. 297
  • To Tom Swope 298
  • To Roger Faherty 299
  • To Walter Harnischfeger 299
  • To Lewis B. Rock 300
  • To Charles I. Schottland 300
  • To Charles D. Hilles 301
  • To Herbert C. Hoover 301
  • To Robley D. Stevens 303
  • To Julia M. Brambilla 303
  • To W. Lee O'Daniel 304
  • To Charles P. Taft II 304
  • To Harold A. Jones 305
  • To I. Jack Martin 306
  • Statement on the Labor Management Relations Act of 1947 307
  • Address to the Republican Organizations of Los Angeles County 310
  • To Arthur H. Vandenberg 321
  • To Herbert C. Hoover 322
  • To Fred H. Johnson 322
  • Excerpt from Address to the National Association of Cost Accountants 323
  • To Harold Knutson 324
  • To Arthur Krock 325
  • Radio Broadcast on Price Controls 326
  • To Grier Bartol 332
  • To Paul L. Burkhard 333
  • To Ralph E. Flanders 334
  • To Marrs Mclean 335
  • To Alfred A. Dustin 335
  • To Charles F. Taplin 336
  • To John Brashler 337
  • To William E. Clow, Jr. 338
  • To Omar N. Bradley 338
  • Speech to the St. Andrew's Society of Philadelphia 339
  • To Howard H. Buffett 348
  • To Robert Taft, Jr. 348
  • To Vincent Starzinger 349
  • To Arthur E. Roberts 349
  • To John G. Forrest 350
  • To Ernest C. Kanzler 351
  • To Daniel W. Farnsworth 352
  • To Frank E. Gannett 352
  • To Josiah T. Rose 353
  • Address to the John Marshall Club 354
  • To Alfred M. Landon 364
  • To Grant Reynolds 364
  • To Charles F. Buck 365
  • To Julius Klein 366
  • To Ralph M. Shaw 366
  • To Paul Kruse 367
  • To William Grossman 368
  • To Thomas Hewes 369
  • Chapter Seven - January-June 1948 371
  • To Marion F. Graven 372
  • To Archibald B. Roosevelt 372
  • Address on the Abc Radio Network 373
  • To Donald C. Rowley 378
  • To Felix Morley 379
  • To George H. Bender 380
  • To William D. Lotspeich 381
  • To George C. Marshall 382
  • To M. Cooper Judy 382
  • To E. Kendall Gillett 383
  • To Vincent Starzinger 384
  • To A. Philip Randolph 384
  • Speech to the Inland Daily Press Association 385
  • Speech to the Lincoln Club of Denver 391
  • To W. M. Espy, Sr. 399
  • Speech to Economic Club of Detroit 400
  • To Parke Kerbaugh 410
  • Statement on the President's Message 411
  • To Lee L. Garling 412
  • To John Houston Craige 413
  • To Ernest H. Gilbert 413
  • Form Letter to Republican National Convention Delegates 414
  • To Francis P. Keough 414
  • To George J. Rehring 418
  • To Grenville Clark 419
  • To Carl Murphy 419
  • To Harris J. Levine 420
  • To Katharine Kennedy Brown 421
  • Speech to National Restaurant Association 422
  • Speech at Steubenville Grant High School 423
  • To Emanie N. Arling 432
  • To William Logan Martin 432
  • Radio Address on Democracy 433
  • To Charles E. Mason 435
  • To Joseph Scott 436
  • To J. T. Meek 436
  • To Walter Winchell 437
  • To Ernest L. Klein 438
  • To Hugh A. Butler 439
  • Chapter Eight - July-December 1948 441
  • To Sinclair Weeks 442
  • To Hugh A. Butler 443
  • To Frederick Ware 444
  • To Vincent Starzinger 444
  • To R. M. Edwards 446
  • To Reuben Herzfeld 446
  • To Sterling Morton 447
  • Radio Address 447
  • To Miner W. Tuttle 453
  • To Adelaide Doig 454
  • To Robert B. Snowden 455
  • To Charles F. Roos 455
  • To Robert Fuoss 457
  • To Alfred A. Dustin 458
  • Speech to Republican Rally 459
  • To Henry R. Luce 466
  • Statement on Recognition of Israel 468
  • To Harry S. Truman 470
  • To Lewis L. Strauss 470
  • Draft Statement on European Trip 471
  • To Alfred M. Landon 474
  • To George H. E. Smith 474
  • To Valentine B. Deale 475
  • To E. J. Rousuck 476
  • To Martin H. Imholt 476
  • To A. O. Tittmann 477
  • To Elroy J. Kulas 478
  • To Alfred A. Dustin 479
  • To D. A. Patterson 479
  • To John B. Happ 480
  • Bibliography 483
  • Index 491
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