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The Nation: The Professor of Restraint

"He is not listened to on the floor of Congress," Walter Lippmann once said, "until he has been heard around the world." During his 30 years in the Senate —15 as...

The Press: Truth Hurts

One of the lasting legacies of Viet Nam and Watergate has been a deepening skepticism among journalists about the words and deeds of public officials. Former...

PRIMARIES: The Giant Killer

He was the antithesis of Arkansas' self-image. The state's symbol is a raging razorback, and J. William Fulbright is an owl in gabardine. Though they did not...

Books: Whose Arrogance?

THE ARROGANCE OF POWER by Senator J. William Fulbright. 264 pages. Random House. $4.95. The war in Viet Nam presents some Americans with an unparalleled...

POLITICAL NOTES: A Traveler's Perils

Arkansas Senator J. William Fulbright, the scholarly chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee who is seeking his sixth term, this year faces the...

Arkansas: Just Plain Bill

J. William Fulbright is quite likely the world's best-known Arkansan. An international scholarship program bears his name. As chairman of the Senate Foreign...

Foreign Relations: Portrait of the Chairman

FOREIGN RELATIONS Chairman William Fulbright of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee confided to a friend last week that he had not talked privately with...

Reporting: Apologia pro Verbis Suis

At first, it seemed that Senator J. William Fulbright was apologizing. In a talk to the National Press Club in Washington last week (his first appearance in his...

STATE DEPARTMENT: Kissinger on the Carpet

The set was certainly familiar, but the actors had changed. Instead of Senator Sam Ervin in the chair of the ornate Caucus Room in the Old Senate Office...

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