Volume 2: 1951

January-June 

Rebutting Taft's Foreign Policy
157. My Day  12 January 1951

On Anna Rosenberg, Red-Baiting, and Loyalty Oaths
158. Eleanor Roosevelt to Lorni Tillett  18 January 1951

On Korea: Defending Warren Austin and the UN
159. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harriet Covert  18 January 1951

On the War in Korea, Part IV: Responding to a Critic
160. Eleanor Roosevelt to Marjorie Billings  18 January 1951

On Being Called a Communist
161. Eleanor Roosevelt to Charles Canning  18 January 1951
162. Eleanor Roosevelt to Sara Gould  19 January 1951

On Race, Colonialism, and Foreign Aid
163. Eleanor Roosevelt to Anthony McCall  19 January 1951

On the War in Korea, Part V: Responding to Critics
164. My Day  2 February 1951

On Aid to India
165. My Day  5 February 1951

On Admitting China to the United Nations
166. Eleanor Roosevelt to Blanche Sisson  7 February 1951

Defending Truman and US Foreign Policy
167. Eleanor Roosevelt to Mrs. J. G. Schutte  13 February 1951

On Politics and Child Custody
168. Eleanor Roosevelt to Pauline Schindler  15 February 1951

On Taft, McCarthy, and the Election on 1952
169. My Day  16 February 1951

On Universal Military Training, Part I
170. Eleanor Roosevelt to Flora Shirah  27 February 1951

Sharing Concerns with Truman
171. Eleanor Roosevelt to Harry Truman  28 February 1951

On Prayer in the United Nations, Part II
172. Eleanor Roosevelt to Elizabeth Servier  5 March 1951

On Labor and the Wage Stabilization Board
173. My Day  10 March 1951

On Willie McGee, Race, and the Courts
174. My Day  10 March 1951

On Krupp and the Reindustrialization of Germany
175. Eleanor Roosevelt to Mr. and Mrs. Schwartzberg  23 March 1951

On Hiss and US Foreign Policy: Responding to a Critic
176. Eleanor Roosevelt to Lee Fitch  23 March 1951

On Truman and MacArthur
177. The Eleanor Roosevelt Show (excerpt)  29 March 1951

The Covenant: Assessing the General Assembly's Instructions
178. Eleanor Roosevelt to Durward Sandifer  31 March 1951

On the "Caliber" and Jurisdiction of the FBI
179. The Eleanor Roosevelt Show (excerpt)  4 April 1951
180. FBI Memorandum  4 April 1951
181. Eleanor Roosevelt to J. Edgar Hoover  12 April 1951

On Building Mutual Understanding
182. "A World for Peace"  5 April 1951

On the War In Korea, the United Nations, and US Casualties
183. Eleanor Roosevelt to Millie Littlejohn  6 April 1951

On Truman's Dismissal of MacArthur, Part I
184. My Day  9 April 1951
185. My Day  13 April 1951

On Byrnes and Segregated Schools
186. My Day  10 April 1951

The Covenant: Debating Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights, Part II
187. Outline of Statement in the Working Group on Economic,
      Social, and Cultural Rights  27 April 1951

The Covenant: Assessing Deliberations
188. Eleanor Roosevelt to Durward Sandifer  15 May 1951

On the Equal Rights Amendment, Part I
189. My Day  25 May 1951

Assessing US Conduct on the Human Rights Commission
190. Memorandum to John Hickerson  27 May 1951

The Covenant: Debating Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights, Part III
191. Durward Sandifer Memorandum of Conversation with
      Eleanor Roosevelt  29 May 1951

On Truman's Dismissal of MacArthur, Part II
192. My Day  11 June 1951

On Israel and Arab Refugees, Part II
193. Eleanor Roosevelt to Samuel Schneiderman  13 June 1951

The Covenant: Briefing the Delegation
194. Minutes of Conference with Eleanor Roosevelt  18 June 1951

On Lillian Smith and the Dismantling of Segregation
195. My Day  21 June 1951

On Universal Military Training, Part II
196. My Day  23 June 1951

On Dennis v. United States
197. My Day  25 June 1951

Addressing New York State Democrats
198. Remarks at the "Fight for Freedom" Conference  28 June 1951

July-December

On Inflation, Price Controls, and Protectionism

199. My Day  14 July 1951

Addressing a Young Soldier
200. Eleanor Roosevelt to R. W. Deeter  17 July 1951

On Racial and Ethnic Segregation: Responding to a Critic
201. Eleanor Roosevelt to Ida Magnuson

On US Appropriations for the United Nations
202. My Day  31 July 1951

On Fear
203. If You Ask Me (excerpt)  August 1951

Defending FDR, Confronting the Right: Responding to a Critic
204. Eleanor Roosevelt to Adren Kingmon  3 August 1951

On the War in Korea, Part VI
205. Eleanor Roosevelt to Henry Lifson  16 August 1951

Who Turned China "Red"?
206. My Day  18 August 1951
207. J. A. Smith to Eleanor Roosevelt  23 August 1951
208. Eleanor Roosevelt to J. A. Smith  1 September 1951
209. The Eleanor Roosevelt Show (excerpt)  23 August 1951
210. Frank Rivera to Eleanor Roosevelt  23 August 1951
211. Eleanor Roosevelt to Frank Rivera  1 September 1951

On the Importance of Foreign Aid
212. My Day  25 August 1951

On God and US Foreign Policy: Responding to a Critic
213. Eleanor Roosevelt to Veronica Bedlington  1 September 1951

The Covenant: Refuting the American Bar Association
214. Eleanor Roosevelt to Alfred Myers  1 September 1951
215. Alfred Myers to Eleanor Roosevelt  7 September 1951
216. Eleanor Roosevelt to Alfred Myers  13 September 1951

On testifying against the Filibuster
217. Walter White to Eleanor Roosevelt  17 September 1951

On Inflation, Foreign Aid, and Price Controls
218. My Day  4 October 1951

On India and Nonalignment
219. Eleanor Roosevelt to Vijaya Pandit  6 November 1951
220. Vijaya Pandit to Eleanor Roosevelt  21 November 1951

On ECOSOC: Progress through Local Action
221. Statement on Chapter IV of the Economic and Social Council's
      Annual Report  19 November 1951
222. Statement to the Third Committee  22 November 1951

On Faith and Guidance
223. My Day  22 November 1951

On the "Pathetic" State of World Affairs
224. My Day  1 December 1951

On Indians and Apartheid
225. Minutes of the Thirty-first Meeting of the US Delegation to the 
      Sixth Regular Session of the UN General Assembly  12 December 1951

On Disarmament and International Control of Atomic Energy
226. Address to Les Jeunne Amis de la Liberté  18 December 1951

Assessing the General Assembly
227. Memorandum for the President and Secretary of State  December 1951
228. Harry Truman to Eleanor Roosevelt 3 January 1952