Abel, Elie, 232, 233
Acheson, Dean, 159, 162, 184, 193, 194, 196, 197, 202, 203-4
on Truman Doctrine, 95-96
food aid to Yugoslavia question, 96-97
Adenauer, Konrad, 279
Albert Hall, 47-48
Alexander, Archibald, 262
Alexander, Sir Harold, 48
Ali Khan, (Begum) Liaquat, 228
Aligarh University, 199
Allison, John M., 228
Alsop, Joseph, 85-86, 91, 292
Alsop, Stewart, 85, 91
America, 160
American Association for the United Na- tions (AAUN), 128-29, 168, 233, 236, 254, 264, 315, 328
Eleanor becomes educational volunteer in, 220-21
barnstorming the nation for, 221
commercializes on her seventieth birth- day, 238-39
American Broadcasting Company (ABC), 183-84
American Committee for Yugoslav Relief, 97
American Friends Service Committee, 319
American Legion, Americanism Commis- sion of, 236
American Youth Congress, 156
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 93, 168, 234, 288
founding meeting, Eleanor’s support of, 91-92
Eleanor agrees to serve as honorary chairman, 236
and 1956 Democratic civil rights plank, 252-53
Roosevelt Day Dinner, 285
Anderson, Clinton P., 142
Anderson, Eugenie, 258
Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, 113, 115, 116
Aquinas, Thomas, 61
Arabs, see Palestine question
Arriba, 159
Arvey, Jake, 146
As He Saw It, 90-91
Asia, 154, 195
Astor, Lady, 41
Attlee, Clement, 113, 115, 118, 336-37
Atwood, William, 267
Auerbach, Beatrice Fox, 323
Austin, Warren R., 65-66, 90, 123, 134, 194, 196
Australia, 46, 112
Baker, Noel, 41-42, 48
Baldwin, Calvin B., 93
Baldwin, Roger, 236-37, 311, 323
Balfour Declaration, 129
Barden Bill, 166
Barkley, Alben, 37
Baruch, Bernard, 105, 135, 146, 147, 152, 242, 299, 311
international atomic energy control plan, controversy over, 89-90
and Stevenson candidacy (1952), 211-12
and Eleanor’s resignation from UN, 216- 17
and Stevenson candidacy (1956), 262- 63
Baumgartner, Leona, 317
Bay of Pigs, 317
Beal, Frank, 170
Beard, James, 186
Beaser, Herbert, 211
Belafonte, Harry, 312
BenU+E9t, Stephen Vincent, 186
Ben-Gurion, David, 322, 337n
Benjamin, Robert, 291, 298, 328
Benton, William, 245, 259, 277, 291, 295, 312
Berlin, 77, 191
Berlin Wall, 319
Bernadotte, Count Folke, 134-35
Bernstein, Leonard, 312
Bethune, Mary McLeod, 235
Bevin, Ernest, 41, 48, 99, 116-17, 118, 119
Bidault, Georges, 48
Bilbo, Theodore G., 37, 114
Billboard, 185

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