The Hard Years: A Look at Contemporary America and American Institutions

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Index
Acheson, Dean, 12
Acree, Vernon, 38
Adams, John, 15, 34, 155, 170, 192
Agnew, Spiro, 16, 120, 167, 170
Agricultural Adjustment Act, 11
Aiken, George, 92
Alexander, Donald C., 38
American Farm Bureau Federation, 111
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), 110, 111, 113
American Independent party, 85
American Medical Association, 112
American party (Know-Nothings), 84
American Petroleum Institute, 110
Anderson, Jack, 39
Antiballistic-missile system (ABM), 25, 52, 106
Arendt, Hannah, 34
"Ares" (McCarthy), 144-47
Arms sales, 52-53
Ashbrook, John, 92
Association of American Railroads, 110
Atomic Energy Commission, 55
B-1 bomber, 54, 55
Baker, Howard H., Jr., 217
Baker report, 43
Ball, George, 101
"Barbara Frietchie" (Whittier), 139- 40
Barker, Bernard, 179
Barkley, Alben, 18
Bartlett, Edward Lewis, 22
"Battle Hymn of the Republic, The" (Howe), 139
Bayh, Birch, 27
Bennett, John Coleman, 187-88
Benton, Walter, 136, 139
Berrigan, Daniel, 31, 102
Berrigan, Philip, 31
Bill of Rights, 29
Black-nationalist organizations, 35
Bly, Robert, 142
Bolt, Robert, 101
"Bomber, The" (Lowell), 138, 141
Bowering, George, 141
Branigan, Roger, 219
Brown, Jerry, 124
Brown, Sam, 124
Bryan, William Jennings, 20
Buchanan, James, 83
Buckley, William F., Jr., 173
Bundy, McGeorge, 98
Bunker, Ellsworth, 51
Bureaucracy, 35-44
Burger, Warren, 28, 31
Burke, Edmund, 158
"Burrow, The" (Kafka), 59
Busing, 30
Bynner, Witter, 138
Byron, Lord, 137
Calley, William L., Jr., 218
Cambodia, bombing of, 25, 47, 119, 131, 178, 184
Carswell, G. Harrold, 27
Case, Clifford, 26
Cass, Lewis, 83
Caulfield, John, 38, 39
Censorship, 182-84
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 22, 24-25, 36, 41-44, 50, 58-60, 132
Channing, Carol, 174
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 213
Chesterton, G. K., 97, 148, 160
Chile, 58, 61, 132
China, 10, 76, 98
Church, Frank, 26
Churchill, Winston, 130
Citadel, The (White), 20
Civil-rights issue, 22, 26, 29, 92, 155, 168
Civil War, 3; poetry, 139-40
Clarke, Austin, 141, 143
Clausewitz, Karl von, 47
Clifford, Clark, 102
Coffin, William Sloane, Jr., 180
Colby, William, 43
Cold war, 23

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