The Public Papers of President Richard Nixon
1971


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Foreword - President Richard Nixon

Preface - James B. Rhoads; Arthur F. Sampson
 

1.  Veto of a Pay Bill for Federal Blue-collar Employees. January 2, 1971

2.  Statement on Signing the Omnibus Crime Control Act of 1970. January 2, 1971

3.  Statement on Signing the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970. January 2, 1971

4.  Memorandum of Disapproval of a Bill To Provide Special Retirement Benefits to Federal Firefighters. January 4, 1971

5.  Statement Announcing Increase in Disaster Relief Assistance for Pakistan. January 4, 1971

6.  "A Conversation With the President," Interview With Four Representatives of the Television Networks. January 4, 1971

7.  Statement About the Legislative Record of the 91st Congress. January 5, 1971

8.  Statement on Signing the District of Columbia Revenue Act of 1970. January 6, 1971

9.  Statement About the Special Foreign Assistance Act of 1971. January 6, 1971

10.  Statement Announcing Changes in Administration of the Depreciation Provisions of the Tax Laws. January 11, 1971

11.  Message to American Jewish Leaders About Recent Acts of Violence Against Soviet Facilities in the United States. January 11, 1971

12.  Remarks to a Student-Faculty Convocation at the University of Nebraska. January 14, 1971

13.  Remarks at the Dedication of the Dwight D. Eisenhower National Republican Center. January 15, 1971

14.  Statement on the Anniversary of the Birth of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. January 15, 1971

15.  Statement About the Report of the National Commission on Reform of Federal Criminal Laws. January 16, 1971

16.  Memorandum to the Attorney General About Reform of Federal Criminal Laws. January 16, 1971

17.  Letter to Dr. Henry A. Kissinger on His Decision To Continue as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. January 16, 1971

18.  Memorandum Establishing the Council on International Economic Policy. January 19, 1971

19.  Remarks Announcing Appointment of Peter G. Peterson as Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs and Executive
       Director, Council on International Economic Policy. January 19, 1971

20.  Statement About Halting Construction of the Cross Florida Barge Canal. January 19, 1971

21.  Remarks at a White House Staff Meeting on the Second Anniversary of the President's Inauguration. January 20, 1971

22.  Statement About a Summary Report on Progress in Nutrition and Health. January 21, 1971

23.  Exchange of Letters with Dr. Jean Mayer About a Followup Meeting of the White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health.
       January 2I, 1971

24.  Statement on the Death of Senator Richard Brevard Russell of Georgia. January 21, 1971

25.  Letter About the Formation of Federal Regional Councils. January 22, 1971

26.  Annual Message to the Congress on the State of the Union. January 22, 1971

27.  Remarks Honoring the Late Senator Richard Brevard Russell in Atlanta, Georgia. January 23, 1971

28.  Remarks of Welcome to Prince Juan Carlos of Spain. January 26, 1971

29.  Special Message to the Congress Resubmitting Legislative Proposals. January 26, 1971

30.  Toasts of the President and Prince Juan Carlos of Spain. January 26, 1971

31.  Special Message to the Congress About Draft Reform. January 28, 1971

32.  Remarks at the Swearing In of Rogers C. B. Morton as Secretary of the Interior. January 29, 1971

33.  Annual Budget Message to the Congress, Fiscal Year 1972. January 29, 1971

34.  Message to the People of the Virgin Islands. January 29, 1971

35.  Messages to the Apollo 14 Astronauts on the Eve of  the Launch. January 31, 1971

36.  Statement Following the Successful Launch of Apollo 14. January 31, 1971

37.  Annual Message to the Congress: The Economic Report of the President. February 1, 1971

38.  Remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast. February 2, 1971

39.  Special Message to the Congress Proposing the Establishment of a Federal Executive Service. February 2, 1971

40.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on United States Aeronautics and Space Activities. February 2, 1971

41.  Special Message to the Congress on National Emergency Labor Disputes in the Transportation Industry. February 3, 1971

42.  Remarks at the Annual Scientific Session of the American College of Cardiology. February 4, 1971

43.  Special Message to the Congress Proposing a General Revenue Sharing Program. February 4, 1971

44.  Statement Following Successful Landing of Apollo 14 Astronauts on the Moon. February 5, 1971

45.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report of the National Endowment for the Humanities. February 5, 1971

46.  Statement About Memorandums Recommending Proposals for Executive Reorganization. February 6, 1971

47.  Statement About National Crime Prevention Week, 1971. February 6, 1971

48.  Special Message to the Congress Proposing the 1971 Environmental Program. February 8, 1971

49.  Statement About the Special Message to the Congress Proposing the 1971 Environmental Program. February 8, 1971

50.  Letter to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House Transmitting a General Revenue Sharing Bill. February 9, 1971

51.  Statement Following Splashdown of Apollo 14. February 9, 1971

52.  Remarks at a Reception for the Freedoms Foundation. February 9, 1971

53.  Remarks to the National Industrial Pollution Control Council and Subcouncils. February 10, 1971

54.  Statement on Releasing a Report on Selected Independent Regulatory Agencies by the President's Advisory Council on Executive
       Organization. February 11, 1971

55.  Remarks at the Signing Ceremony of the Seabed Arms Control Treaty. February 11, 1971

56.  Remarks at the Swearing In of David M. Kennedy as Ambassador at Large for Foreign Economic Policy Development. February 11, 1971

57.  Remarks at the Swearing In of John B. Connally as Secretary of the Treasury. February 11, 1971

58.  Statement on the Anniversary of the Birth of Abraham Lincoln. February 11, 1971

59.  Remarks on Receiving the American Legion's Distinguished Service Medal for 1969. February 16, 1971

60.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on the Foreign Assistance Program. February 17, 1971

61.  The President's News Conference of February 17, 1971

62.  Remarks of Welcome to Prime Minister Emilio Colombo of Italy. February 18, 1971

63.  Special Message to the Congress Proposing a National Health Strategy. February 18, 1971

64. Statement About a National Health Strategy Proposal. February 18, 1971

65.  Remarks at the Dedication of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. February 18, 1971

66.  Toasts of the President and Prime Minister Colombo of Italy. February 18, 1971

67.  Remarks at a Reception for the President's Council and the Conference on Physical Fitness and Sports. February 19, 1971

68.  Memorandum About the 1971 Federal Summer Intern Program. February 19, 1971

69.  Special Message to the Congress on Higher Education. February 22, 1971

70.  Statement on Suspending Davis-Bacon Act Provisions for Federal Construction Projects. February 23, 1971

71.  Toast of the President at a Dinner Honoring Governors Attending the National Governors' Conference Winter Session. February 23, 1971

72.  Special Message to the Congress on Consumer Protection. February 24, 1971

73.  Radio Address About Second Annual Foreign Policy Report to the Congress. February 25, 1971

74.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Second Annual Report on United States Foreign Policy. February 25, 1971

75.  Second Annual Report to the Congress on United States Foreign Policy. February 25, 1971

76.  Remarks at the Swearing In of George Bush as United States Representative to the United Nations. February 26, 1971

77.  Remarks on Accepting the Adams Portraits for the White House Collection. February 26, 1971

78.  Message to the Congress Transmitting First Annual Report on the Availability of Government Services to Rural Areas. March 1, 1971

79.  Remarks to a Joint Session of the Iowa State Legislature in Des Moines. March 1, 1971

80.  Reply to Reporters' Questions About the Bombing in the United States Capitol. March 1, 1971

81.  Remarks to Farm Media Representatives Attending a Briefing on Domestic Policy in Des Moines, Iowa. March 1, 1971

82.  Remarks on Presenting the NASA Distinguished Service Medal to the Apollo 14 Astronauts. March 1, 1971

83.  Remarks About a Special Message to the Congress on Special Revenue Sharing for Law Enforcement. March 2, 1971

84.  Special Message to the Congress on Special Revenue Sharing for Law Enforcement. March 2, 1971

85.  Memorandum About the Combined Federal Campaign. March 3, 1978

86.  Special Message to the Congress on Special Revenue Sharing for Manpower. March 4, 1971

87.  Memorandum Urging Support of the Red Cross. March 4, 1971

88.  The President's News Conference on Foreign Policy. March 4, 1971

89.  Special Message to the Congress on Special Revenue Sharing for Urban Community Development. March 5, 1971

90.  Memorandum About Training Programs for Federal Employees. March 8, 1971

91.  Remarks on Signing a Special Message to the Congress on Special Revenue Sharing for Rural Community Development. March 10, 1971

92.  Special Message to the Congress on Special Revenue Sharing for Rural Community Development. March 10, 1971

93.  Remarks at the Opening Session of the National Conference on the judiciary in Williamsburg, Virginia. March 11, 1971

94.  Statement About Textile Imports From Japan. March 11, 1971

95.  Statement on the Death of Whitney M. Young, Jr. March 11, 1971

96.  Remarks on Arrival at Quonset Point Naval Air Station, Rhode Island. March 12, 1971

97.  Exchange of Remarks With Reporters at Quonset Point Naval Air Station, Rhode Island. March 12, 1971

98.  Address at Graduation Exercises of the Naval Officer Candidate School, Newport, Rhode Island. March 12, 1971

99.  Statement About United States Prisoners of War and Missing in Action in Southeast Asia. March 13, 1971

100.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. March 15, 1971

101.  Remarks of Welcome to Prime Minister John M. Lynch of Ireland. March 16, 1971

102.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Report on Control of Hazardous Water Pollutants. March 16, 1971

103.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report of the National Science Foundation. March 16, 1971

104.  St. Patrick's Day Statement. March 16,1971

105.  Statement on the Death of Thomas E. Dewey. March 16, 1971

106.  Eulogy Delivered at Burial Services for Whitney M. Young, Jr., in Lexington, Kentucky. March 17, 1971

107.  Statement on Signing Bill Increasing Social Security Benefits. March 17, 1971

108.  Special Message to the Congress on Special Revenue Sharing for Transportation. March 18, 1971

109.  Message to the Congress Transmitting First Annual Report on Federal Activities in the Fields of Juvenile Delinquency and Youth
         Development. March 22, 1971

110.  "A Conversation With the President," Interview With Howard K. Smith of the American Broadcasting Company. March 22, 1971

111.  Statement About the Election of Edwin D. Etherington as President of the National Center for Voluntary Action. March 23, 1971

112.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Reorganization Plan 1 of 1971 To Establish ACTION. March 24, 1971

113.  Telegram Congratulating Reverend Walter E. Fauntroy on His Election as District of Columbia Delegate to Congress. March 24, 1971

114.  Statement About Senate Action Disapproving Funds for the Supersonic Transport Program. March 24, 1971

115.  Remarks to Reporters at a Briefing on a Special Message to the Congress on Executive Branch Reorganization. March 25, 1971

116.  Special Message to the Congress on Executive Branch Reorganization. March 25, 1971

117.  Remarks by Telephone to Workers on the Supersonic Transport Program. March 25, 1971

118.  Remarks on Presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Samuel Goldwyn. March 27, 1971

119.  Statement About Stabilization of Wages and Prices in the Construction Industry. March 29, 1971

120.  Memorandum About the Federal Summer Employment Program for Youth. March 30, 1971

121.  Remarks Announcing Plans To Make Land in Camp Pendleton, California, Available for Public Recreational Use. March 31, 1971

122.  Statement About Plans To Make Land in Camp Pendleton, California, Available for Public Recreational Use. March 31, 1971

123.  Letter to the Chairman and Ranking Minority Member of the House Committee on Ways and Means About the Welfare Reform Bill.
         March 31, 1971

124.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on Operation of the International Coffee Agreement. April 2, 1971

125.  Letter to Governors Urging Their Cooperation in the Observance of Earth Week. April 2, 1971

126.  Remarks Following a Meeting on Welfare Reform Proposals in San Clemente, California. April 2, 1971

127.  Statement About Policy on Abortions at Military Base Hospitals in the United States. April 3, 1971

128.  Message on the Opening of the 1971 Baseball Season. April 5, 1971

129.  Special Message to the Congress on Special Revenue Sharing for Education. April 6, 1971

130.  Statement About an Alaska Natives' Claims Bill. April 6, 1971

131.  Toasts of the President and Ambassador Guillermo Sevilla-Sacasa of Nicaragua at a Dinner Honoring the Chiefs of Mission of the
         Americas. April 6, 1971

132.  Special Message to the Congress About the District of Columbia. April 7, 1971

133.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Manpower Report of the President. April 7, 1971

134.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on Marine Resources and Engineering Development. April 7, 1971

135.  Address to the Nation on the Situation in Southeast Asia. April 7, 1971

136.  Statement Announcing Plans for Summer Programs for Disadvantaged Youth. April 9, 1971

137.  Statement Announcing a Program To Inform Disadvantaged Vietnam-Era Veterans of Educational and Job Training Benefits. April 12, 1971

138.  Statement Announcing Plans for a White House Conference on the Future of the American Business System. April 12, 1971

139.  Statement Announcing Changes in Trade and Travel Restrictions With the People's Republic of China. April 14, 1971

140.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report of the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Council on the Arts.
         April14, 1971

141.  Statement About a Proposal for Internment of Prisoners of War in a Neutral Country. April 14, 1971

142.  Message to the Senate Transmitting Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Seizure of Aircraft.  April 15, 1971

143.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Plan for United States Participation in the World Weather Program. April 15, 1971

144.  Panel Interview at the Annual Convention of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. April 16, 1971

145.  Remarks at the Republican Governors Conference in Williamsburg, Virginia. April 19, 1971

146.  Annual Message to the Congress on the District of Columbia Budget. April 19, 1971

147.  Remarks at the Both Continental Congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution. April 19, 1971

148.  Special Message to the Congress Proposing Reform of the Foreign Assistance Program. April 21, 1971

149.  Message to the Senate Transmitting Treaty on the United States-Mexico Boundary. April 21, 1971

150.  Memorandum About Women in Government.  April 21, 1971

151.  Remarks at the Annual Meeting of the United States Chamber of Commerce: "The Right To Be Confident." April 26, 1971

152.  Statement on Transmitting to the Congress Proposals To Establish New National Wilderness Areas. April 28, 1971

153.  Letter to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House Transmitting Proposals To Establish New National Wilderness Areas.
         April 28, 1971

154.  The President's News Conference of April 29, 1971

155.  Remarks on Awarding the Presidential Unit Citation to the First Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, California. April 30, 1971

156.  The President's News Conference of May 1, 1971

157.  Radio Address: "A Salute to Agriculture." May 2, 1971

158.  Memorandum Announcing Recipients of the Federal Civilian Service Awards. May 5, 1971

159.  Special Message to the Congress Proposing Establishment of a Legal Services Corporation. May 5, 1971

160.  Statement About Agreements With Panama and Colombia To Complete the Pan American Highway. May 6, 1971

161.  Remarks to Farm Leaders Participating in the "Salute to Agriculture." May 7, 1971

162.  Remarks to Reporters After Touring the Proposed Gateway National Recreation Area in New York and New Jersey. May 10, 1971

163.  Remarks About a Proposed National Cancer Program. May 11, 1971

164.  Statement About Proposed Legislation To Establish a National Cancer Program. May 11, 1971

165.  Statement About House Approval of Funds for the Supersonic Transport Program. May 12, 1971

166.  Statement on Signing Executive Order on Protection and Enhancement of the Cultural Environment. May 13, 1971

167.  Letter Reappointing E. Roland Harriman as Chairman of the American National Red Cross. May 15, 1971

168.  Statement About United States Military Forces in Europe. May 15, 1971

169.  Special Message to the Congress Requesting Extension of Negotiation Period in the Railway Labor Dispute. May 17, 1971

170.  Statement About Approval of the Welfare Reform and Social Security Bill by the House Committee on Ways and Means. May 18, 1971

171.  Statement on Signing Bill Extending Negotiation Period in the Railway Labor Dispute. May 18, 1971

172.  Letter to Representative Charles C. Diggs, Jr., in Response to Recommendations of the Congressional Black Caucus. May 19, 1971

173.  Remarks at the Annual Convention of the American National Red Cross. May 19, 1971

174.  Statement About Federal Assistance for Farmers in Drought-Stricken Areas of the Southwest. May 19, 1971

175.  Remarks Announcing an Agreement on Strategic Arms Limitation Talks. May 20, 1971

176.  Remarks on Presenting the National Medal of Science Awards for 1970. May 21, 1971

177.  Remarks to the International Telecommunications Satellite Consortium Plenipotentiary Conference. May 21, 1971

178.  Remarks on Arrival at Austin, Texas. May 22, 1971

179.  Remarks at the Dedication of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library in Austin, Texas. May 22, 1971

180.  Remarks at the Dedication of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Mobile, Alabama. May 25, 1971

181.  Remarks on Arrival in Birmingham, Alabama. May 25, 1971

182.  Remarks to Southern News Media Representatives Attending a Briefing on Domestic Policy in Birmingham, Alabama. May 25, 1971

183.  Remarks at the Annual Conference of the Associated Councils of the Arts. May 26, 1971

184.  Memorandum About the Federal Government and the Arts. May 26, 1971

185.  Statement Urging Congressional Action To Implement a National Cancer Program. May 26, 1971

186.  Remarks of Welcome to King Faisal ibn Abd al-Aziz al-Saud of Saudi Arabia. May 27, 1971

187.  Remarks to the Corps of Cadets at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. May 29, 1971

188.  Remarks Announcing a Proclamation of Amnesty for Cadets at the Military Academy. May 29, 1971

189.  The President's News Conference of June 1, 1971

190.  Statement About Summer Job and Recreation Opportunities for Youth. June 2, 1971

191.  Remarks on Presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to William J. Hopkins. June 2, 1971

192.  Message to the Senate Transmitting the International Wheat Agreement, 1971. June 2, 1971

193.  Remarks to Delegates Attending the National Explorer Presidents' Congress. June 2, 1971

194.  Remarks About a Special Message to the Congress on Energy Resources. June 4, 1971

195.  Special Message to the Congress on Energy Resources. June 4, 1971

196.  Remarks at the Dedication of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System. June 5, 1971

197.  Statement About the Death of Audie Murphy. June 7, 1971

198.  Remarks to Members Attending the 1 971 Symposium of the American Committee on Italian Migration. June 8, 1971

199.  Statement About Federal Policies Relative to Equal Housing Opportunity. June 11, 1971

200.  Letter to the Secretary of Labor on Employment Opportunities for Returning Vietnam-Era Veterans. June 13, 1971

201.  Statement on Occasion of Signing of Agreement Between the United States and Japan About the Reversion of Okinawa to Japan.
         June 17, 1971

202.  Remarks About an Intensified Program for Drug Abuse Prevention and Control. June 17, 1971

203.  Special Message to the Congress on Drug Abuse Prevention and Control. June 17, 1971

204.  Remarks to Eastern Media Executives Attending a Briefing on Domestic Policy in Rochester, New York. June 18, 1971

205.  Remarks on Arrival in Atlantic City, New Jersey. June 22, 1971

206.  Remarks to the American Medical Association's House of Delegates Meeting in Atlantic City, New Jersey. June 22, 1971

207.  Statement About House Approval of the Welfare Reform and Social Security Bill. June 22, 1971

208.  Remarks at the Dedication of a Plaque Commemorating the Birthplace of the President's Mother, Hannah Milhous Nixon. June 24, 1971

209.  Remarks at a Dinner Honoring Dr. Frederick L. Hovde on His Retirement as President of Purdue University. June 24, 1971

210.  Remarks at the Convention of the National Retired Teachers Association and the American Association of Retired Persons in Chicago,
         Illinois. June 25, 1971

211.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on the Food for Peace Program. June 28, 1971

212.  Message to the Senate Transmitting Convention on Psychotropic Substances. June 29, 1971

213.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on National Housing Goals. June 29, 1971

214.  Veto of the Accelerated Public Works Bill. June 29, 1971

215.  Remarks Announcing Decision by the Turkish Government To Ban Cultivation of Opium Poppies. June 30, 1971

216.  Statement About the Turkish Government's Ban on Cultivation of Opium Poppies. June 30, 1971

217.  Message to Nikolai V. Podgorny, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet, on the Death of Three Soviet Cosmonauts.
         June 30, 1971

218.  Remarks at Graduation Exercises of the FBI National Academy. June 30, 1971

219.  Statement About Ratification of the 26th Amendment to the Constitution. June 30, 1971

220.  Remarks of the President, Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, and Speaker of the House Carl Albert at a Ceremony Opening the American
         Revolution Bicentennial Era. July 3, 1971

221.  Remarks at a Ceremony Marking the Certification of the 26th Amendment to the Constitution. July 5, 1971

222.  Remarks to Midwestern News Media Executives Attending a Briefing on Domestic Policy in Kansas City, Missouri. July 6, 1971

223.  Statement on the Death of Louis Armstrong. July 6, 1971

224.  Statement Following Senate Approval of the Conquest of Cancer Bill. July 7, 1971

225.  Message About the Death of Dorothy Elston Kabis. July 9, 1971

226.  Statement on Signing the Office of Education and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1972. July 11, 1971

227.  Remarks on Signing the Emergency Employment Act of 1971. July 12, 1971

228.  Statement About the Emergency Employment Act of 1971. July 12, 1971

229.  Statement About the Death of Edgar N. Eisenhower. July 13, 1971

230.  Memorandums About the Combined Federal Campaign. July 15, 1971

231.  Remarks to the Nation Announcing Acceptance of an Invitation To Visit the People's Republic of China. July 15, 1971

232.  Letter to the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce About Pending Product Safety Legislation. July 19, 1971

233.  Letter Accepting the Resignation of Glenn T. Seaborg as Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission. July 21, 1971

234.  Message to the Senate Transmitting the Seabed Arms Control Treaty. July 21, 1971

235.  Message to the Congress Transmitting First Annual Report on Financial Assistance to Rural Areas. July 23, 1971

236.  Statement on the Death of President William V. S. Tubman of Liberia. July 23, 1971

237.  Statement About Legislation To Provide Emergency Loan Guarantees for Major Business Enterprises. July 24, 1971

238.  Statement Following the Successful Launch of Apollo 15. July 26, 1971

239.  Letter Accepting the Resignation of David K. E. Bruce as Head of the United States Delegation to the Paris Peace Talks. July 28, 1971

240.  Remarks at the Unveiling of Portraits of Two Former Chairmen of the House Committee on Appropriations. July 28, 1971

241.  Statement Announcing Participation of 20 Cities in the New Planned Variation Program. July 29, 1971

242.  Remarks on Arrival at Canton, Ohio. July 30, 1971

243.  Remarks at the Professional Football Hall of Fame Annual Banquet in Canton, Ohio. July 30, 1971

244.  Television Interview With ABC Sports Commentator Frank Gifford in Canton, Ohio. July 31, 1971

245.  Remarks at the Dedication of the Rathbun Dam Near Centerville, Iowa. July 31, 1971

246.  Statement About Senate Approval of the Emergency Loan Guarantee Act. August 2, 1971

247.  Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Urging Congressional Approval of Funds for Declassification of World War II
         Documents. August 3, 1971

248.  Message to the Senate Transmitting the Locarno Agreement Establishing an International Classification for Industrial Designs.
         August 3, 1971

249.  Statement About the Busing of Schoolchildren. August 3, 1971

250.  The President's News Conference of August 4, 1971

251.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on the International Educational and Cultural Exchange Program. August 5, 1971

252.  Statement on Signing Executive Order Establishing the National Business Council for Consumer Affairs. August 5, 1971

253.  Statement on Signing Bill Extending Special Assistance to Depressed Rural Areas. August 5, 1971

254.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on the National Wilderness Preservation System. August 5, 1971

255.  Remarks to Delegates to the Girls Nation Annual Convention. August 6, 1971

256.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report of the Council on Environmental Quality. August 6, 1971

257.  Remarks on Arrival at Manchester, New Hampshire. August 6, 1971

258.  Remarks in Nashua, New Hampshire. August 6, 1971

259.  Statement About Actions To Improve the Quality of Care in Nursing Homes. August 6, 1971

260.  Remarks to Patients and Staff at Greenbriar Nursing Home, Nashua, New Hampshire. August 6, 1971

261.  Remarks on Arrival at Bangor, Maine. August 6, 1971

262.  Statement Following Splashdown of Apollo 15. August 7, 1971

263.  Statement on Signing Appropriation Bill for the Emergency Employment Act of 1971. August 9, 1971

264.  Address to the Nation Outlining a New Economic Policy: "The Challenge of Peace." August 15, 1971

265.  Statement on the 10th Anniversary of the Alliance for Progress. August 17, 1971

266.  Statement About Rescission of Price Increases by Automobile Manufacturers. August 17, 1971

267.  Memorandum of Disapproval of Bill To Provide Increased Retirement Benefits to Totally Disabled District of Columbia Policemen and
         Firemen. August 17, 1971

268.  Remarks to the 89th Annual International Meeting of the Knights of Columbus in New York City. August 17, 1971

269.  Remarks on Signing Bill Establishing the Lincoln Home National Historic Site in Springfield, Illinois. August 18, 1971

270.  Remarks at the Illinois State Fair in Springfield. August 18, 1971

271.  Statement About Agriculture and the Economy. August 18, 1971

272.  Remarks on Arrival at Idaho Falls, Idaho. August 18, 1971

273.  Statement About the "Legacy of Parks" Program. August 19, 1971

274.  Remarks at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Annual Convention, in Dallas, Texas. August 19, 1971

275.  Remarks at Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California. August 20, 1971

276.  Statement About Plans for a New Veterans Administration Hospital and Transfer of the Former Hospital Site to the "Legacy of Parks"
         Program.  August 20, 1971

277.  Statement Announcing Plans To Meet With the Emperor and Empress of Japan. August 20, 1971

278.  Memorandum About Government Patent Policy. August 23, 1971

279.  Informal Exchange With Reporters at the United States Coast Guard Station, Newport Beach, California. August 29, 1971

280.  Special Message to the Congress About Deferment of Federal Wage Increases. September 1, 1971

281.  Memorandum About Deferment of Federal Wage Increases. September 1, 1971

282.  Remarks at the Dedication of the Air Force Museum, Dayton, Ohio. September 3, 1971

283.  Statement About the Air Force Museum. September 3, 1971

284.  Remarks at the Annual Convention of the Associated Milk Producers, Inc., Chicago, Illinois. September 3, 1971

285.  Address to the Nation on Labor Day. September 6, 1971

286.  Memorandum Establishing the Cabinet Committee on International Narcotics Control. September 7, 1971

287.  Address to the Congress on Stabilization of the Economy. September 9, 1971

288.  Statement on the Death of Senator Winston L. Prouty of Vermont. September 10, 1971

289.  Toasts of the President and Minister for Foreign Affairs Takeo Fukuda of Japan at a Dinner Honoring Members of the Japanese Cabinet.
         September 10, 1971

290.  Message to the Congress Transmitting First Annual Report on Location of New Federal Facilities in Rural Areas. September 13, 1971

291.  Statement Announcing the Appointment of Richard P. Nathan as Deputy Under Secretary for Welfare Reform Planning, Department of
         Health, Education, and Welfare. September 16, 1971

292.  The President's News Conference of September 16, 1971

293.  Proclamation 4080, Drug Abuse Prevention Week, 1971. September 17, 1971

294.  Statement Announcing Nomination of Romana A. Banuelos as Treasurer of the United States. September 20, 1971

295.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on United States Participation in the United Nations. September 20, 1971

296.  Message to the Senate Transmitting Agreement Between the United States and Japan Concerning the Ryukyu and the Daito Islands.
         September 21, 1971

297.  Remarks at a Question-and-Answer Session With a 10-Member Panel of the Economic Club of Detroit. September 23, 1971

298.  Statement on the Death of Former Associate Justice Hugo L. Black. September 25, 1971

299.  Remarks on Arrival at Kalispell, Montana. September 25, 1971

300.  Statement About the West Coast Dock Strike. September 25, 1971

301.  Remarks on Arrival at Portland, Oregon. September 25, 1971

302.  Statement on Signing Bill Repealing the Emergency Detention Act of 1950. September 25, 1971

303.  Remarks at a Question-and-Answer Session for Northwest Editors, Publishers, and Broadcast Executives Attending a Briefing on
         Domestic Policy in Portland, Oregon. September 25, 1971

304.  Remarks on Arrival at Walla Walla, Washington. September 26, 1971

305.  Remarks at the Atomic Energy Commission's Hanford Works Near Richland, Washington. September 26, 1971

306.  Statement Announcing Authorization of a Second Experimental Fast Breeder Reactor. September 26, 1971

307.  Statement About Government-Industry Cooperation in Energy Resource Development. September 26, 1971

308.  Statement About the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline. September 26, 1971

309.  Remarks of Welcome to Emperor Hirohito of Japan at Anchorage, Alaska. September 26, 1971

310.  Statement About the Meeting with Emperor Hirohito of Japan. September 26, 1971

311.  Remarks at a 75th Birthday Celebration Dinner Honoring Mamie Doud Eisenhower. September 27, 1971

312.  Statement on Signing Bill Authorizing Extension of the Draft and Increases in Military Pay. September 28, 1971

313.  Remarks to the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia.  September 28, 1971

314.  Remarks on Presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Manlio Brosio, Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
         September 29, 1971

315.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Reports on Highway, Traffic, and Motor Vehicle Safety Programs. September 29, 1971

316.  Remarks to Officials of the International Monetary Fund and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
         September 29, 1971

317.  Message to the Senate Transmitting a Protocol to the Convention on International Civil Aviation. September 30, 1971

318.  Statement About Additional Funds for Humanitarian Relief and Refugee Rehabilitation in South-Asia. October 1, 1971

319.  Statement About the Retirement of Dr. Ralph Bunche as Under Secretary General of the United Nations. October 1, 1971

320.  Statement About Deferment of Federal Pay Raises. October 2, 1971

321.  Telephone Remarks to Students and Educators Attending a Drug Education Seminar in Monroe, Louisiana. October 4, 1971

322.  Statement on Signing Bill Extending the Insured Loan Authority of the Farmers Home Administration. October 5, 1971

323.  Statement About Congressional Action on the Proposed Revenue Act of 1971. October 6, 1971

324.  Statement About Congressional Action on Deferment of Federal Pay Raises. October 7, 1971

325.  Address to the Nation on the Post-Freeze Economic Stabilization Program: "The Continuing Fight Against Inflation." October 7, 1971

326.  Remarks at the Mountain State Forest Festival in Elkins, West Virginia. October 8, 1971

327.  Statement About a Labor Dispute in the Coal Mining Industry. October 8, 1971

328.  The President's News Conference of October 12, 1971

329.  Remarks About the AFL-CIO Decision To Participate on the Pay Board. October 12, 1971

330.  Remarks at the Unveiling of a Portrait of Representative F. Edward Hebert, Chairman, Committee on Armed Services. October 12, 1971

331.  Statement on the Death of Dean Acheson. October 12, 1971

332.  Special Message to the Congress Urging Expansion of the Minority Business Enterprise Program. October 13, 1971

333.  Remarks at Ceremonies Honoring Billy Graham in Charlotte, North Carolina. October 15, 1971

334.  Remarks Announcing the Conversion of Fort Detrick, Maryland, to a Center for Cancer Research. October 18, 1971

335.  Statement About Conversion of Facilities at Fort Detrick, Maryland, to a Center for Cancer Research. October 18, 1971

336.  Veterans Day Message to the Armed Forces. October 21, 1971

337.  Address to the Nation Announcing Intention To Nominate Lewis F. Powell, Jr., and William H. Rehnquist To Be Associate Justices of the
         Supreme Court of the United States. October 21, 1971

338.  Remarks at the Convention of the National Federation of Republican Women. October 22, 1971

339.  Veterans Day Address. October 24, 1971

340.  Remarks of Welcome to President josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia. October 28, 1971

341.  Remarks to a National Association of Manufacturers Teleconference. October 28, 1971

342.  Toasts of the President and President Tito of Yugoslavia. October 28, 1971

313.  Joint Statement Following Discussions With President Tito of Yugoslavia. October 30, 1971

344.  Statement Announcing Establishment of the President's Environmental Merit Awards Program for High School Students. October 31, 1971

345.  Remarks Following a Meeting With Prime Minister William McMahon of Australia. November 2, 1971

346.  Toasts of the President and Prime Minister McMahon of Australia. November 2, 1971

347.  Statement Following Action on Post-Freeze Economic Stabilization Legislation by the House Committee on Banking and Currency.
         November 4, 1971

348.  Remarks of Welcome to Prime Minister Indira Gandhi of India. November 4, 1971

349.  Toasts of the President and Prime Minister Gandhi of India. November 4, 1971

350.  Letter to State, County, and Local Officials About Hiring Under the Emergency Employment Act of 1971. November 7, 1971

351.  Remarks at a "Salute to the President" Dinner in New York City. November 9, 1971

352.  Remarks at a "Salute to the President" Dinner in Chicago, Illinois. November 9, 1971

353.  Statement Following the Laying of a Wreath on the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery. November 11, 1971

354.  Remarks Announcing the Resignation of Clifford M. Hardin and Intention to Nominate Earl L. Butz as Secretary of Agriculture.
         November 11, 1971

355.  Letter Accepting the Resignation of Clifford M. Hardin as Secretary of Agriculture. November 11, 1971

356.  The President's News Conference of November 12, 1971

357.  Remarks at a Meeting of the Cost of Living Council. November 15, 1971

358.  Statement About Mental Retardation. November 16, 1971

359.  Statement About the Thanksgiving Day Salute to Senior Americans. November 16, 1971

360.  Statement on Signing the Military Appropriations Authorization Bill. November 17, 1971

361.  Statement on Signing the Health Manpower and Nurse Training Bills. November 18, 1971

362.  Statement Urging Action on Highways and the METRO System in the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area. November 18, 1971

363.  Remarks to the AFL-CIO Ninth Constitutional Convention in Bal Harbour, Florida. November 19, 1971

364.  Advance Text of Remarks Prepared for the AFL-CIO Convention. November 13, 1971

365.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Part I of a Two-Part Study on Railroad-Highway Safety. November 19, 1971

366.  Remarks Welcoming Members of the Senior Class of Wyoming High School of Cincinnati, Ohio, to the White House. November 20, 1971

367.  Message to the Senate Transmitting the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. November 22,1971

368.  Letter to the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Armed Services About United States Troops in Europe. November 23, 1971

369.  Message to the Congress Transmitting First Annual Report on the Coal Mine Health Program. November 23, 1971

370.  Remarks to Members of the Washington Redskins Professional Football Team During a Practice Session at Redskins Park.
         November 23, 1971

371.  Statement Proposing Federal Acquisition of Big Cypress Swamp, Florida, for a National Reserve. November 23, 1971

372.  Letter Directing the Attorney General To Seek Injunctive Relief in the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts Dock Strikes. November 25, 1971

373.  Thanksgiving Day Message to the Armed Forces. November 25, 1971

374.  Remarks at the Dedication of the Eisenhower Memorial Hospital, Eisenhower Medical Center, Palm Desert, California. November 27, 1971

375.  Statement in Connection With the Dedication of the Eisenhower Memorial Hospital. November 27, 1971

376.  Joint Statement Announcing the Date of the President's Visit to the People's Republic of China. November 29, 1971

377.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on the Trade Agreements Program for 1970. December 1, 1971

378.  Remarks to the National 4-H Congress in Chicago, Illinois. December 1, 1971

379.  Remarks to the White House Conference on Aging. December 2, 1971

380.  Remarks at the Swearing In of Earl L. Butz as Secretary of Agriculture. December 2, 1971

381.  Remarks to the National Conference on Corrections, Williamsburg, Virginia. December 6, 1971

382.  Remarks of Welcome to President Emilio Garrastazu Medici of Brazil. December 7, 1971

383.  Toasts of the President and President Medici of Brazil. December 7, 1971

384.  Special Message to the Congress on a Pension Reform Program. December 8, 1971

385.  Statement on the Death of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche. December 9, 1971

386.  Message to the Congress Transmitting Reports on the Military Incentive Awards Program. December 9, 1971

387.  Veto of the Economic Opportunity Amendments of 1971. December 10, 1971

388.  Remarks on Presenting the Distinguished Service Medal to General Leonard F. Chapman, Jr. December 10, 1971

389.  Remarks on Signing the Revenue Act of 1971. December 10, 1971

390.  Statement About the Revenue Act of 1971. December 10, 1971

391.  Statement About Senate Confirmation of Lewis F. Powell, Jr., and William H. Rehnquist as Associate Justices of the Supreme Court.
         December 10, 1971

392.  Letter Accepting the Resignation of David Packard as Deputy Secretary of Defense. December 11, 1971

393.  Statement on the Death of General David Sarnoff. December 12, 1971

394.  Toasts of the President, Prime Minister Marcello Caetano of Portugal, and President Georges Pompidou of France at a Dinner Hosted by
         the Prime Minister During Meetings in the Azores. December 13, 1971

395.  Remarks of the President and President Pompidou of France Following Their Meetings in the Azores. December 14, 1971

396.  Joint Statement Following Meetings in the Azores With President Pompidou of France. December 14, 1971

397.  Remarks at Andrews Air Force Base on Returning From the Azores. December 14, 1971

398.  Statement About the Absence of Emergency Strike Legislation for Labor Disputes in the Transportation Industry. December 15, 1971

399.  Statement on Signing Bill To Protect Wild Horses and Burros. December 17, 1971

400.  Statement on Signing Veterans Pension and Compensation Bills. December 7, 1971

401.  Remarks Announcing a Monetary Agreement Following a Meeting of the Group of Ten. December 18, 1971

402.  Remarks in Bermuda Announcing Removal of Surcharge on Imports. December 20, 1971

403.  Toasts of the President and Prime Minister Edward Heath of the United Kingdom at a Dinner During Their Meetings in Bermuda.
         December 20, 1971

404.  Remarks of the President and Prime Minister Heath of the United Kingdom Following Their Meetings in Bermuda. December 21, 1971

405.  Joint Statement Following Meetings in Bermuda With Prime Minister Heath of the United Kingdom. December 21, 1971

406.  Statement on Signing the Economic Stabilization Act Amendments of 1971. December 22, 1971

407.  Statement on Signing Executive Orders Prescribing Federal Civilian and Military Pay Increases. December 22, 1971

408.  Remarks on Signing the National Cancer Act of 1971. December 23, 1971

409.  Statement About the National Cancer Act of 1971. December 23, 1971

410.  Christmas Message. December 23, 1971

411.  Christmas Message to the Armed Forces. December 24, 1971

412.  Informal Exchange With Reporters Following the President's Annual Physical Examination. December 24, 1971

413.  Statement About the Death of General Emmett O'Donnell, Jr. December 27, 1971

414.  Statement on Signing a Bill Amending the Social Security Act. December 28, 1971

415.  Joint Statement Following Meetings With Chancellor Willy Brandt of the Federal Republic of Germany in Key Biscayne, Florida.
         December 29, 1971

416.  Remarks Following Meetings With Chancellor Brandt of the Federal Republic of Germany. December 29, 1971

417.  Remarks in an Informal Exchange with German Correspondents Who Accompanied Chancellor Brandt on His Visit to the United States.
         December 29, 1971

418.  Statement on the Death of Former Associate Justice John M. Harlan. December 29, 1971

419.  Statement About the Emergency Unemployment Compensation Bill. December 30, 1971