Volume 2: 1950

January-June

The Covenant: Presenting the US Position
84. Statement to the Press on the Covenant
      on Human Rights  3 January 1950

On Labor Negotiations and Civil Rights
85. Eleanor Roosevelt to James Tibbetts  10 January 1950

On Hiss, Acheson, and "Hysteria"
86. Eleanor Roosevelt to Burt Drummond I  February 1950
87. Eleanor Roosevelt to Burt Drummond II  February 1950

On Normalizing Diplomatic Relations with Spain, Part III
88. Eleanor Roosevelt to John Hickerson  7 February 1950

On Truman, Acheson, Stalin, and the Hydrogen Bomb
89. Eleanor Roosevelt to John Hickerson  8 February 1950
90. Eleanor Roosevelt to Dean Acheson  10 February 1950
91. Dean Acheson to Eleanor Roosevelt  23 February 1950

On Normalizing Diplomatic Relations with Spain, Part IV
92. My Day  15 February 1950
93. Eleanor Roosevelt to Edward Barsky  4 March 1950

On the Coal Strike and the Public Interest
94. My Day  4 March 1950

On German Culpability for World Wars I and II
95. Eleanor Roosevelt to E. G. Swenson  4 March 1950

On Living in an Uncertain World
96. Eleanor Roosevelt to Gertrude Loomis  4 March 1950

On Religion in the Public Schools
97. Eleanor Roosevelt to Robert Humphrey  4 March 1950
98. Eleanor Roosevelt to John Courtney Murray  23 March 1950
99. Eleanor Roosevelt to Thurman Doyle  24 March 1950

On the United States, the United Nations, and Promoting Peace
100. "Mrs. Roosevelt Asserts U.S. Task Is Creating
       Atmosphere for Peace" (excerpts)  16 March 1950

Convening the HRC, Drafting the Covenant
101. Statement to the Press  24 March 1950

On the Soviets, the People's Republic of China, and the HRC
102. Remarks at the Opening of the Sixth Session of
      the Human Rights Commission  27 March 1950

The Covenant: Measures of Implementation, Part II
103. Statement to the Human Rights Commission  25 April 1950

The Covenant: Its Scope and Ratification Strategy
104. Today with Mrs. Roosevelt 14 May 1950

The Covenant: Assessing the Work to Date
105. Press Conference with Eleanor Roosevelt  18 May 1950
106. My Day  20 May 1950
107. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Truman  28 May 1950

Criticizing McCarthy, Defending Kenyon
108. Eleanor Roosevelt to Leon Paul  March 1950

On UNICEF and Child Welfare, Part II
109. Memorandum of Conversation with Eleanor Roosevelt 30 March 1950

On Democracy, Freedom, and Individual Responsibility
110. Address to Americans for Democratic Action  1 April 1950

Advising a First-Time Candidate
111. Eleanor Roosevelt to Steve Filipkowski  4 April 1950

On the Equal Rights Amendment and the Covenant
112. Eleanor Roosevelt to Grace Mayer-Oakes  5 April 1950

On Africa and Point Four
113. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Truman  9 April 1950

The Covenant: Defining the Right to Life
114. Eleanor Roosevelt to Thomas Brennan  6 May 1950

Defending the New School for Social Research
115. Eleanor Roosevelt to Robert Donner  7 May 1950

On Hoover and Communist Nations in the United Nations
116. Eleanor Roosevelt to A. A. Tiscornia

On Republicans and Democrats
117. "If I Were a Republican Today"  June 1950

On Endorsing Helen Gahagan Douglas
118. Helen Gahagan Douglas to Eleanor Roosevelt 2 June 1950

On Fear and Courage in Scandinavia
119. Eleanor Roosevelt to Dean Acheson  13 June 1950
120. Eleanor Roosevelt to Trude Lash  18 June 1950

July- December

On Interracial Marriage

121. Eleanor Roosevelt to Mrs. William Mather  9 July 1950

On the Senate Filibuster against a Permanent FEPC
122. Walter White to Eleanor Roosevelt  14 July 1950

Promoting Point Four
123. My Day  17 July 1950

On the War in Korea, Part I
124. My Day  21 July 1950
125. Eleanor Roosevelt to Joan Pera  21 July 1950
126. Eleanor Roosevelt to Thomas Bonner  July 1950

On Alexandra Tolstoy and Russian Refugees
127. Eleanor Roosevelt to Averell Harriman  31 July 1950

On US Policy toward China
128. Eleanor Roosevelt to Dean Acheson  1 August 1950
129. Dean Rusk to Eleanor Roosevelt  18 August 1950

On Soviet Threats to Yugoslavia
130. Eleanor Roosevelt to John Hickerson  1 August 1950

On the Land Rights of Native Alaskans
131. My Day  4 August 1950

On Korea, Communism, and the United Nations
132. My Day  5 August 1950

On Integrating Swimming Pools in Washington, DC
133. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Truman  15 August 1950

On Normalizing Diplomatic Relations with Spain, Part V
134. My Day  29 August 1950

On United Nations Day
135. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Truman  2 September 1950

On California Politics
136. James Roosevelt to Eleanor Roosevelt  6 September 1950

On Fighting Inflation
137. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Truman  6 September 1950

On Jenner, Marshall, and Domestic Anticommunism
138. My Day  18 September 1950

On George Marshall and California Politics
139. Eleanor Roosevelt to Betty Hight  18 September 1950

On Vyshinsky and Acheson's "Five Barriers to Peace"
140. My Day  22 September 1950

On Race in the South: Responding to a Critic
141. Eleanor Roosevelt to T. J. Stewart  30 September 1950

A Conversation with Acheson on Korea
142. Extemporaneous Interview for NBC Television Program  1 October 1950

On UNICEF and Child Welfare, Part III
143. My Day  11 October 1950

On Israel and Arab Refugees, Part I
144. Eleanor Roosevelt to Millar Burrows  October 1950

The Covenant: Debating Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights, Part I
145. Statement to the Third Committee of the General Assembly
      on a Separate Covenant for Economic, Social, and 
      Cultural Rights  30 October 1950

On German Rearmament
146. Eleanor Roosevelt to Dean Acheson  30 October 1950

Campaigning for Chester Bowles
147. Endorsement of Chester Bowles

On Korea and Syngman Rhee
148. Eleanor Roosevelt to Richard Baum  5 November 1950

On Isolationism, McCarthyism, and the Election of 1950
149. My Day  11 November 1950

On Russian Involvement in the Korean War, Responding to a Critic
150. Eleanor Roosevelt to Mrs. C. Carter Lewis  13 November 1950

On Politics at Home and in the United Nations
151. Eleanor Roosevelt to Betty Hight  12 December 1950

On the War in Korea, Part II: Responding to a Critic
152. Eleanor Roosevelt to Mrs. A. L. Yeaker  12 December 1950

On the "Race Question" and US Prestige at the United Nations, Part I
153. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Truman  14 December 1950

On the War in Korea, Part III: Assessing US Policy
154. Minutes of the Fifty-second Meeting of the US Delegation to
      the Fifth Regular Session of the UN General Assembly  15 December 1950

Questioning the Bureau of Indian Affairs
155. Eleanor Roosevelt to Oscar Chapman  22 December 1950

On the "Race Question" and US Prestige at the United Nations, Part II
156. Memorandum on the Third Committee  [27?] December 1950