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J. William Fulbright Papers 2nd Accession Speech Index - P

  • Packwood, amendment to Special Foreign Economic and Humanitarian Assistance Act of 1971, for population control, 11010.71 (S18101
  • Paintings, German, exhibition of, 4.22.48 (4744)
  • Pakistan, military aid, disapproved, 3.2.54 (2481-3); 4.30.57
    • more economic aid, 7.8.59 (12939)
    • commercial treaty with, 8.17.60 (16572, 16606-7)
    • war with India, 4.28.66
    • American support of, 4.30.71
    • case resolution to cut off funds for, 4.30.71
  • Palestine, 10.21.45; 1.24.57; 1.27.57; 2.10.57; 4.30.57; 4.29.60 (8976-9); 5.1.60;
    • 6.15.60 (12618-21); 11.7.63 (21366); 5.24.67 (SF); 6.9.67
    • see also:Israel, Middle East, etc.
  • Palestinians, right to a homeland, 11.2.74
  • Palmerston, Lord, quoted, 3.7.66 (SF)
  • Panama, treaty with, 7.26.55 (11507-8)
    • new canal, 6.29.67
    • negotiation of treaties with, 7.31.67 (SF)
  • Panama Canal, treaty regarding, 7.29.55 (12005-17)
    • US should revise treaty, 3.25.64 (SF)
    • internationalize, 3.6.65
  • Papandreou, George and Andreas, 5.2.67 (SF)
  • Paris, sophisticated debauchery, 3.4.65 (SF)
    • peace talks, as end to Vietnam War, 3.30.69 (EW)
  • Parkison's Law, 5.19.67 (SF)
  • Parliamentary System, 9.11.57
    • not suitable for US, 7.1.60 (15346)
  • Paris, peace talks, as end to Vietnam War, 3.30.69
  • Parochialism, of US government, 4.25.61
  • Party realignment, according to liberal-conservative lines, dangerous to stability, 12.1.48
  • Passport Regulations, 8.13.57 (14462-4); 6.29.59 (12109); 7.8.59 (12975); 7.1.60 (15422)
    • for foreign service, 10.8.65 (SF)
    • revision of laws, 4.8.68 (SF)
  • Patriotism, and personal ego, 5.1.46 (4290)
    • and criticism, 4.21.66
    • JWF response to article condemning his opposition to Vietnam War, 6.24.70 (S9643)
  • Patterson, Harold C., confirmation opposed, 8.2.55 (12806-7, 15)
  • Pea Ridge, commemorative stamp, 5.23.61 (8691)
  • Pea Ridge National Military Park, 1.25.56 (1216); 7.16.56 (12810)
  • Peace, will come by force or agreement, 11.24.44
    • what students can do for peace, Southeastern Massachusetts University, 4.25.70
    • additional authorizations criticized, 7.9.70 (S10973)
    • reorganization plan debate, 6.2.71 (S8052)
    • appropriations, 5.5.72 (S7376)
    • see also: Vietnam.
  • Peace Corps, 3.10.61
    • method of generating enthusiasm in US, 4.20.61
    • endorsed, 8.23.61 (16815-6)
    • problems of, 8.23.61 (16815-6)
    • appropriation, 8.22.66 (SF)
    • criticism of Vietnam War, 3.7.67 (SF)
    • tribute, 5.15.67 (SF)
    • effects of Vietnam War on, 12.8.67 (SF); 3.31.68
    • idealism of, 8.8.67
    • mentioned, 2.10.70 (S1531)
  • Peace with Freedom, 5.19.65
  • Peace-Keeping Organization, proposed, 2.13.42; 9.16.42; 2.1.43; 4.17.43; 9.20.43 (7659);10.5.43; 5.6.44
    • to be based on Equality, 2.1.43
    • must be created before end of war, 2.16.43 (1012)
    • compared to federal system, 2.27.43
    • and Moscow Conference, 12.15.43
    • modeled on UNRRA, 1.21.44 (571)
    • Russian interest in, 2.1.44
    • aim is peace not economic relief, 3.3.44
    • need for ratification by both Houses, 10.19.44
    • Dumbarton Oaks proposal, 11.24.44
    • alternative to force, 11.24.44
    • inactivity on, 1.17.45
  • Peace-Keeping Organization, letter by 16 senators supporting, 1.27.45
    • Western hemisphere, 3.12.45 (2025)
    • aims of, 3.28.45 (2899)
    • America should join for own self-interest, 3.28.45 (2898)
    • first advance in art of government in 150 years, 11.8.45
    • see also: Fulbright Resolution; United Nations.
  • Penn, William, quoted, 7.23.45 (7963); 1.19.55
  • Penn Central, JWF amendment to reduce the amount of funds made available to guarantee loan, 7.9.70 (S10972)
  • Pentagon Papers, effect of and what they mean, 7.13.71
    • impact of, Ellsberg, Trial, 4.15.73
    • "Only the Strong," 9.19.72 (S15231)
    • criticism of, 12.2.69 (S15143)
    • Pentagon Propaganda, criticism of, 12.2.69 (SF) S15143
    • Air Force public relations programs and, 12.4.69 (SF) S15649
    • Army public relations programs and, 12.5.69 (SF)
    • introduction of bill to restrict, 12.5.69
    • Navy Public Relations Programs and, 12.2.69 (S15307)
  • Percy, Senator Charles, courage to dissent, 4.25.67 (SF)
  • Peru, territorial limits, and foreign aid, 6.14.65 (SF)
  • Peter, Miss Lily, Commercial Appeal article, 6.27.73 (S12255)
  • Petroleum Administration for Defense, 5.19.52
  • Pettit, Clyde, quoted, 4.6.66 (SF)
  • Phillipines, American involvement in, 12.1.69 (S15142)
  • Phillips, Duncan, forward to catalog, October 1968, (Univ. of Maryland)
  • Phillips, Marjorie, introduction of, at Women's Democratic Club, 1.29.73
  • Plo, U.N. participation, 11.2.74
  • Pluralism, 6.24.61 (11399)
  • Philadelphia, lack of political interest in, 11.4.46
  • Philadelphia Orchestra, 6.27.61 (11403)
  • Philippines, American conquest, criticized, 3.12.65
    • war damage claims, 5.21.62 (8738); 4.26.63 (7197-7207); 5.2.63 (7664-6);
    • 5.8.63 (8006-7); 7.9.63 (12230-1)
  • Pickens, William, case of, 1.29.46 (498); 4.29.64 (SF)
  • Pietri, Arturo, speech to Venezuelan senate, 2.8.60 (2156)
  • Pigman, Augustus, letter from, concerning Korean War, 6.4.51
  • Pincus, Walter, tribute, 11.27.63 (22884)
  • Pine Bluff Arsenal, 2.10.45
  • Pluralism, 4.20.61; 6.27.61 (11399)
  • Pogo and Albert the Alligator, 3.20.58 (4883-5)
  • Point Four Program, 6.7.49 (7333); 7.13.50 (10053); 10.12.51 (13083); 5.28.52 (6115)
    • educational aspects, 6.14.49
    • amendment, 5.25.50 (7714)
    • increase in appropriations, 7.11.50 (9916-7)
    • praised, 8.30.51 (10852)
    • aim is to aid peasants not landowners, 8.30.51 (10853)
  • Poland, postwar borders, 8.25.43
    • Lublin government, 2.18.45
    • postwar status, 2.18.45
    • Russian occupation, 5.31.45 (5325)
    • senate of, 3.4.49 (1862)
    • liberum veto system, 9.11.59 (19037-8)
    • most favored nation treatment, 11.8.63 (21527)
    • cemetery assistance, opposed, 8.13.64 (SF)
    • trade with, 9.23.64 (SF); 9.24.64 (SF)
    • US relations, 12.8.64
    • universities' revolt, 3.31.68
  • Police power of states, federal intervention approved, 4.1.48 (3950)
  • Policy gap, 9.9.59 (18774)
  • Political institutions, US need for reform of, 2.3.47
  • Political philosophy, from Locke to the irrationalists, 1.21.63
  • Politician, responsibility to constituency, 1.21.63
    • need for respect of, 10.16.64
  • Politics, essential to happiness, 1.15.40
    • need for lawyers in, 1.15.40
    • deserving of honor, 1.15.40; 4.5.40; 4.20.40
    • importance of leadership, 4.20.40
    • university's obligation to, 4.20.40
    • and education, 5.19.40
    • need for intellectuals in, 8.25.43; 5.20.49
    • role of women, 10.5.43
    • honorable profession, 8.7.44
    • attitude of Americans toward, 10.17.44
    • damaging effect of materialism on, 10.17.44
    • and business, 11.27.44
    • Gallup Poll, 12.11.44
    • need for capable men in, 12.11.44
    • need for best citizens in, 2.19.46
    • need for respect, 3.7.52
    • need for localism, 5.13.54 (6536)
    • role of student, artist, & intellectual, 1.25.55
    • and the military, 8.21.61
    • depends on intuition, 4.11.62
    • scientific study, manifestation of anti-intellectualism, 10.13.62
    • no tradition of honor in US, 6.26.64
    • strong preference of constituents (civil rights stand) AHigher Patriotism,
    • 4.25.66
    • organic society, 5.5.66
    • defined, 5.5.67
    • psychiatry and, 4.19.69
    • the military and, 5.19.69
    • comparison of politicians and soldiers, 5.19.69
  • Polk, James K., 3.28.45 (2897)
  • Poll tax, 11.14.47; 3.1.60 (3980-7)
    • not deterrent to voting, 8.29.61 (17339)
    • legislation to abolish, is unconstitutional, 8.29.61 (17339)
    • not financial barrier to voting, 3.16.62 (4372)
    • not used for racial discrimination, 3.16.62 (4371)
    • supported by Arkansas voters, 3.22.62 (4835-6)
    • defended, 3.22.62 (4829-40)
    • requirements in Maine, 3.22.62 (4829)
    • in Arkansas, 4.30.65 (SF)
  • Pollution, problem of, 2.10.70 (S1516)
    • "The End of Man," quoted 3.10.70 (S3448) (3.10.70?)
  • Earth Day comments, 4.23.70 (S6149)
  • Pompidou, George, tribute to, 3.5.70 (S3067)
  • Pond, Eliz., "Self Determination in U.N.," 4.22.71 (S5447)
  • Pond, Colonel Leroy, 5.30.59
  • Pope, John, encyclical, 9.9.63 (16532); 3.25.64 (SF)
  • Pope, Paul, quoted, 3.22.66
    • peace appeal, 9.21.66 (SF)
  • Pope, Alexander, quoted, 5.19.65
  • Population control, see: Birth Control.
  • Population Explosion, 8.6.61; 1.16.65
    • industrial nations share blame for, 3.14.67 (SF)
  • Portugal, war claims in Macao, 12.13.50 (16515)
  • Postal inspectors, no need for additional, 5.13.54 (6536-7)
  • Postage stamps, indication of communist sympathies by, 5.13.54 (6537)
  • Post Offices, small, need to continue operation of, 5.13.54 (6536)
  • Postwar attitudes of Russia, 1.18.51
  • Postwar Europe, policy alternatives for, 12.8.47
  • Postwar problems, need for good government, 11.27.43
    • in liberated countries, lack of allied unity, 1.17.45
  • Potatoes, price supports, 8.22.51 (10513)
  • Potomac Fever, 11.8.49
  • Poultry industry, 12.2.60
    • plight of, 9.15.61 (19626)
    • exports to Europe, 5.15.62
    • and common market tariffs, 5.23.62 (8982)
    • dependence on Common Market, 7.2.62; 4.30.63
    • Arkansas leading nation in broiler production, 9.19.72 (S15224)
    • effect of propane price on, 2.8.74 (S1645)
    • see also: Broilers.
  • Poverty, world-wide, 4.29.54
    • and education, 10.17.63 (19765)
    • and lack of education, 2.1.64
    • neglected during Cold War, 4.5.64
    • need to counteract, 4.5.64
    • and population control, 3.14.67 (SF)
  • Poverty program, supported, 7.23.64 (SF)
    • praised, 8.17.65 (SF)
    • in Arkansas, 10.3.66 (SF)
    • Food Stamp Program, 6.17.69 (S6571); 5.28.70 (S7959)
    • see also: Welfare.
  • Power, afflictions of, 4.21.66; 4.27.66; 5.5.66
    • confuses itself with virtue, 12.5.66; 2.22.67
    • romantic preoccupation, 12.5.66; 2.22.67
  • Power, and international status, 12.5.66; 2.22.67
    • arrogance of, see: Arrogance of Power.
  • Prejudice, 8.23.59
    • obstacles to peace, 10.28.44
    • against South, 1.13.58 (261)
  • Presidency, necessary qualities, 6.7.59
    • responsibilities, 3.8.60 (4921)
  • President, office of, effect of debate by Senate, 1.28.69
    • JWF views concerning increasing executive power, 5.6.69
    • need to restrain in area of unilateral foreign policy, 6.19.69 (S6829)
    • office of, treaty and war-making powers discussed, 6.19.69 (S6830)
    • office of, the Senate and, 4.14.70 (S5961)
    • powers as Commander-in-Chief viewed, 5.19.70 (S7100)
    • office of, power of the office discussed, 5.15.70 (S7241)
    • office of, exclusive use of media noted, 6.2.70 (S8161)
    • Commander-in-Chief powers debated during consideration of Cooper-Church Amendment, 6.9.70 (S8639)
    • powers as Commander-in-Chief discussed, 6.10.70 (S8889)
    • foreign policy and support of presidential policies discussed, 6.30.70 (S10284)
    • Commander-in-Chief function discussed, 6.10.70 (S11054)
    • debate-direct popular election of president, 9.29.70 (S16636)
    • presidential powers, debate by JWF and others, 6.9.70 (S8639)
    • statement before subcommittee on separation of powers, use of executive agreements instead of treaties, on S.3475, definition of executive agreement, 4.24.72
    • power, growth and abuse, 4.13.74
    • see also:Executive, Chief Executive.
  • Presidential Scholars, 6.26.68 (SF)
  • Presidential succession, 6.30.45 (7071)
    • criticism of 1947 law, 6.27.47 (7776-7777); 6.10.57 (8575);
    • 6.26.57 (10306)
  • Presley, Elvis, 2.8.58
  • Press, duty to report civil rights debates fairly, 7.9.57 (11088)
    • admission to China, 8.20.57 (15264)
    • abuses of, 9.1.59 (17492)
    • distortions on civil rights issues, 3.1.60 (3979)
    • slanted coverage of racial news, 3.4.60 (4541)
    • censorship in Israel, 2.13.61 (2069)
    • failure to cover significant issues, 4.25.61
    • responsibility of, 4.25.61
    • distortions by headline writers, 5.11.61 (7806)
    • distortions of southern viewpoint by, 8.29.61 (17338)
    • movie coverage, 11.7.63 (21301)
    • and other media, dominated by New York, 4.29.64 (SF)
    • misinterpretation of JWF's remarks, 5.17.66
    • influence of Washington Post, 8.25.66 (SF)
    • servility to executive's policies, 10.4.66
    • misquotation of JWF by Newsday, 5.4.67
    • tribute to the Arkansas Gazette, 11.20.69 (S14731)
    • intimidation condemned resolutions by Association for Education in Journalism, 2 sides to criticism, war news distorted, 8.28.70 (S14501)
    • and executive power, 4.16.71
    • freedom of, public television, 1.23.73 (S1157)
    • see also: News; and newspapers by name.
  • Pressure groups, interference in foreign policy, 4.25.60 (8625); 4.29.60 (8976);
    • 2.24.64 (SF); 7.26.65 (SF); 10.22.65 (SF)
  • Preventive war, see: War.
  • Prewitt, Roy, article from Arkansas Farmer, 3.27.56
    • "Rambling Along," 3.10.71 (S2847)
  • Price controls, extension of Act, 6.8.45 (5788-90)
    • limits on power of President to impose, 8.5.50
    • amendment, 6.28.51 (7336-9)
    • voluntary action, 6.28.51 (7338-9)
  • Priorities, JWF views concerning, 4.19.69
    • of the 1970s, speech at Mainland College, Texas, 3.5.72
  • Prisoners of war (POWs), views on what the U.S. should do re: 6.9.69 (SF) S6133
    • views concerning the problem generally, 6.8.70
    • exhibition in Capitol on North Vietnam POW camps, 7.31.70 (S12503)
    • colloquy with Dole and Kennedy, unsuccessful attempt to rescue POWs, Dole praise for Laird and Nixon, 11.23.70 (S18772)
    • attempt rescue of, dialogue with Dole, 11.25.70 (S18976)
    • rescue attempt, exchange with Dole, consideration of resolution, 12.8.70
    • American POWs, correspondence to Premier Pham Van Dong, appeal for list of POWs, 12.22.70 (S21065)
    • Lobby effect on Sontay Prison Camp raid, 2.11.71 (S1332)
    • resolution to establish National Week of Concern for POWs, 3.5.71 (S2520)
    • U.S. financing of construction of Con Son cells, 3.24.71 (S3789)
    • "Indochina Disengaging," by General Matthew Ridgeway, 7.15.71 (S11100)
    • views concerning the problem generally, 6.8.70 (S8553)
    • American prisoners of war, press release, 12.22.70
    • views on what the U.S. should do, 6.9.69 (S61333)
    • discussion of, 1.22.74 (S110); 1.24.74 (S418)
  • Private enterprise, dependence upon peacekeeping organization, 12.10.43
    • dependence, upon US Supreme Court, 4.21.53 (3449)
    • in foreign countries, 8.25.61 (17117)
    • preferable to controlled economy, 3.30.74
  • Prohibition, 4.8.60 (7729) (7732)
  • Propaganda, totalitarian, 6.15.53 (6464)
    • Guatemalan, 2.1.54 (1073)
    • resourcefulness of Russians, 3.10.61
    • American, 5.17.49; 6.7.49 (7333); 7.13.50 (10049-54)
    • student exchange better than VOA, 4.17.51
    • reference to high standard of living, 1.15.58
    • see also: US Information Agency.
  • Project Themis, Pentagon Research Project, 5.1.69 (S4604)
  • Propane, Arkansas price of, 1.29.74 (S607)
    • price, 2.8.74 (S1645); 4.19.74
    • price reduction legislation, 2.19.74 (S1907)
  • Property rights, industrial, international protection, 8.17.60 (16553)
  • Proportional representation, and electoral college, 2.23.49
    • failure of, 3.4.49 (1872)
  • Protestant Clergy, criticism of Senator McCarthy, 11.30.54 (16200-3)
  • Prouty, Winston L., tribute to, 9.30.71 (S15545)
  • Prussia, Countess Donhoff, "Lament for E. Prussia," postwar to present situation in Germany and East Prussia, 12.31.70 (S20869)
  • Psychological roots of ideology, 5.5.66; 5.10.66
  • Pueblo incident, see North Korea.
  • Public Broadcasting System, 6.22.72 (S10016)
    • 1972 funding, 7.42.72 (S11538)
    • Post article, "New Chief, New Policy," 9.22.72 (S15707)
  • Public Facilities Loan Program, 4.1.58 (5914-20, 5931); 4.15.58 (6424-5);
    • 4.16.58 (6527-31); 4.16.58 (6535-7); 5.15.59 (8233-5);
    • 5.24.60 (10877-8); interest rates, 4.15.58 (6391-7);
    • see also: Public Works.
    • extension, 2.6.61 (1737)
  • Public Opinion, and foreign policy, 3.9.63; 2.1.66
    • JWF acknowledges petitions opposing Cambodian invasion and calling for end to Vietnam War, 6.11.70 (S8889)
  • Public Power, and private power lines, 8.23.49 (12032)
  • Public service, need for recognition of, 10.17.44
  • Public works, in Arkansas, 3.3.58 (3219)
    • acceleration of program, 3.12.58 (4114)
    • to combat recession, 3.17.58 (4532-42)
    • local, and Pogo, 3.20.58 (4883)
    • projects, 5.15.59 (8233-5); 8.10.60 (16154)
  • Public Works Act, 5.8.73 (S8432)
  • Public Works and Economic Development Act, 6.1.65 (SF)
  • Puerto Rico, possible statehood for, 3.29.54 (3955)
    • progress in, 4.21.58 (6774); 5.11.59 (7846); 7.25.63
    • and Culebra military operations, 7.14.70 (S11362)
  • Pulaski County School District, impacted area aid, 6.27.62 (11815)
  • Puritan spirit in American history, 3.12.65; 3.22.66
  • Puritans, legacy of moralism, 12.5.63
  • Pusey, Merlo J., book, "The Way We Go To War," praised, 5.21.69
    • "The U.S.A. Astride the Globe," 10.1.71 (S15628)
  • Pyle, Christopher, article, "Conus Revisited, the Army Covers Up," 7.6.70 (S10557)