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Arkansas Archives of Public Communication

1890-1996

Manuscript Collection 942



INFORMATION ABOUT THE ARKANSAS ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC COMMUNICATION

The Arkansas Archives of Public Communication was donated to Special Collections Division by Dr. Stephen Smith of the University of Arkansas's Department of Communications on September 13, 1996.

Before joining the university faculty as an assistant professor of Communication in 1983, Smith had an active political career.  In 1971-1974 he served as representative from Carroll and Madison counties in the state General Assembly.  He attended the Democratic National Convention in 1972 as a delegate from Arkansas.  He was an assistant to Governor Bill Clinton in the late 1970s.  And in 1979 he was a delegate to Arkansas's Constitutional Convention.

The Archives was begun in 1975 by Dr. Jimmie Rogers of the university's Department of Communications.  Because of their shared interest in the subject of political communication, Smith and Rogers collaborated on assembling materials relating to politics, with an emphasis on politics in Arkansas.  Materials used in their research comprise a large portion of the archives.

A substantial portion of the Archives, including 36 folders, 65 audiotapes, and 29 videotapes, pertains to the career of Bill Clinton.  These materials date primarily from 1974 to 1986, and include items from his campaigns to be elected representative to Congress, state attorney general, and governor of Arkansas.  These items include campaign flyers, posters, bumper stickers, and pins, as well as the texts of speeches and letters.  Of interest are several exploratory polls that aided Clinton in determining whether to seek the office of governor or senator in 1978.  The tapes include speeches, radio commercials, and campaign jingles.

In addition to the Clinton materials, the Archives includes materials from the political campaigns of almost 400 other politicians.  Especially noteworthy are items pertaining to the political campaigns of David Pryor, Dale Bumpers, J. William Fulbright, Jim McDougal, John Paul Hammerschmidt, Winthrop Rockefeller, and Orval Faubus.   The Archives also includes materials on state and national elections, notably the Senate races of 1974 and 1978; the Arkansas gubernatorial race in 1978; and the presidential races of 1936, 1960, and 1972.

In assembling the Archives, Smith and Rogers included the term papers of their students.  These papers both give detailed accounts of selected elections and politicians and focus on special topics in public communication.

The Archives includes over 130 audiocassette tapes; almost 850 reel-to-reel audio tapes; 13 Beta and 22 VHS video tapes; and approximately 40 reel-to-reel video tapes.  They include 543 tapes from the conservative National Education Program's "Behind the News" radio show, featuring George Benson, president of Harding College in Searcy, and his successor, J. Terry Johnson of Enterprise Square, Oklahoma.  These tapes are dated from March 1975 to August 1985.

The remaining tapes relate primarily to politics in Arkansas.  Exceptions include tapes from the presidential campaigns of Gary Hart and Bob Dole and presentations at the University of Arkansas by atheist Madalyn Murray O'Hair and left-wing activist Grant Cooper of the Progressive Labor Party.  The tapes feature appearances and speeches, commercials, and campaign jingles by politicians such as Bill Clinton, David Pryor, Dale Bumpers, Jim McDougal, and John Paul Hammerschmidt.   Also included is a recording of a Reagan-Bush rally in northwest Arkansas sponsored by entertainer Jimmy Dean.

Appendices to the finding aid include annotations of the audio and video materials and a comprehensive index of persons and topics in the Archives.

RESTRICTIONS APPLY.

Oral history interviews are closed until they can be reviewed; tapes cannot be used without consulting the head of Special Collections Division until user copies can be made. Student term papers may be accessed by researchers, but they may not be reproduced without the writers' permission.

Processed by Todd E. Lewis, Special Collections Division, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville, Arkansas, in
April 1999.


CONTENTS OF THE COLLECTION (69 Linear Feet)

Series 1. People and Politics. Boxes 1-13; Manuscript Folders 1-3.

     Subseries 1. People.
     Subseries 2. Politics.
     Subseries 3. Political Newspapers
     Subseries 4. Bumper Stickers and Campaign Pins
     Subseries 5. Oversize Campaign Materials

Series 2. Research Materials. Boxes 14-21.

     Subseries 1.  Polls and Surveys
     Subseries 2. Student Research Papers

Series 3. Audio and Video Tapes. Boxes 22-73.

     Subseries 1. Cassette Audio Tapes
     Subseries 2. Reel-to-reel Audio Tapes
     Subseries  3. Video Tapes and Slides
     Subseries 4. B Series Audio Tapes
     Subseries  5. Program and Index Cards

Oversize Materials.  Boxes 74-75.

Appendix 1:  Notes on Video and Audio Tapes

Appendix 2:  Comprehensive Index to the AAPC


Series 1.  People and Politics  (Boxes 1-13; Manuscript Folders 1-3)

This series contains materials relating to politicians, political campaigns, political parties and organizations, and specific elections.  This series is divided into five subseries.  The first includes materials relating to specific politicians, including campaign flyers and cards, speeches, correspondence, clippings, and photographs.  The second pertains to political events, organizations, specific elections, and other things.  The other three subseries are comprised of political newspapers; bumpers stickers, pins, and campaign novelties; and campaign signs and posters.

Subseries 1. People.

This subseries includes speeches, correspondence, campaign flyers and cards, and newspaper clippings relating to people involved in politics.  Materials on Bill Clinton are located at the beginning of the subseries.  Other materials are arranged alphabetically.  When only one or two items pertain to an individual, they have been placed at the end of the subseries in folders for Arkansans, or for people outside of Arkansas; they are arranged alphabetically.

The last file in this subseries includes photographs of Bill Clinton, David Pryor, and David   Stewart.  It also includes four signed photographs of Dale Bumpers and a photograph of a young Clinton with John McClellan and Bill Fulbright.  Also included is a reproduction of a cartoon drawing of Frank White, signed by George Fisher.

Box 1

 1. Bill Clinton
 2. Bill Clinton--Clippings
 3. Bill Clinton--Congressional Election, 1974
 4. Bill Clinton--Cong. Election, 1974, OV (See Box 74, Folder 3)
 5. Bill Clinton--Attorney General Election, 1976
 6. Bill Clinton--At. Gen. Election, OV (See Box 74, Folder 2)
 7. Bill Clinton--Gubernatorial Elections
 8. Bill Clinton--Gubernatorial Elections, 1977-1979, Corr.
 9. Bill Clinton--Gub. Election, 1978, Corr. with Jim Johnson
 10. Bill Clinton--Gub. Election, May 1980, Broadcasts
 11. Bill Clinton--Gubernatorial Elections, 1980-1986
 12. Bill Clinton--Gubernatorial Elections, OV (See B10F16 and B74F1)
 13. Bill Clinton--Presidential Elections
 14. Bill Clinton--Pres. Election, 1996, OV (See Box 74, Folder 4)
 15. Bill Clinton--Polls, 1976-1977
 16. Bill Clinton--Polls, 1978-1980
 17. Bill Clinton--Speeches, 1974-1984, OV (See Box 74, Folder 5)
 18. Bill Clinton--Speeches, 1976-1983
 19. Bill Clinton--Speeches, 1984-1992

Box 2

 1. Bill Alexander
 2. Cecil Alexander
 3. Cecil Alexander--Speeches, 1975
 4. Boyce Alford
 5. John Anderson
 6. Beryl Anthony
 7. Richard S. Arnold
 8. Chuck Banks
 9. George S. Benson
 10. Dub Bentley
 11. Lloyd Bentsen
 12. Ed Bethune
 13. Ed Bethune--Poll, 1979
 14. Ted Boswell
 15. Maurice Britt
 16. L.L. "Doc" Bryan
 17. Winston Bryant
 18. Dale Bumpers--Gubernatorial Election, 1970
 19. Dale Bumpers--1972-1986
 20. Dale Bumpers--Clippings
 21. Dale Bumpers--Speeches
 22. Jimmy Carter--Presidential Inauguration, 1977
 23. Jimmy Carter--Speeches
 24. Neely Cassady
 25. Marvin Chernoff
 26. Francis Cherry
 27. Steve Clark
 28. Dale Cowling
 29. Alan Cranston
 30. Jeff Davis
 31. George W. Donaghey
 32. Edwin Edwards
 33. Bob Fairchild
 34. Orval Faubus
 35. Tom M. Ferstl
 36. Bill Foster

Box 3

 1. Woody Freeman
 2. J. William Fulbright
 3. J. William Fulbright--OV Materials (See Box 10, Folder 17)
 4. David Garth
 5. John Paul Hammerschmidt
 6. W.N. Hargrove
 7. John T. Harmon
 8. Gary Hart
 9. Gary Hart--OV Materials (See Box 75, Folder 4)
 10. Jesse Helms
 11. B.G. Hendrix
 12. Morriss Henry
 13. Max Howell
 14. Asa Hutchinson
 15. Cleo Jackson
 16. Henry M. Jackson
 17. Jesse Jackson
 18. Jim Johnson
 19. Frank Lady
 20. Wayne Lanier
 21. J. Ledbetter
 22. John Lisle
 23. Danny Maestri
 24. Randall Mathis
 25. John L. McClellan
 26. Hayes McClerkin
 27. Ben R. McCorkle
 28. Jim McDougal
 29. Robert "Say" McIntosh
 30. Louis McJunkin
 31. Sid McMath
 32. John Miller
 33. Wilbur Mills
 34. Pat Moynihan
 35. Knox Nelson
 36. Sheffield Nelson
 37. David Newbern
 38. David Newbern--OV Materials (See B74F7 and B75F1)
 39. Danny L. Patrick
 40. Judy Petty

Box 4

 1. David Pryor
 2. David Pryor--County Coordinator Manual, 1984
 3. David Pryor--Speeches, February 1972
 4. David Pryor--Speeches, March 1972
 5. David Pryor--Speeches, April 1972
 6. David Pryor--Speeches, May-June 1972
 7. David Pryor--Speeches, 1975, 1977, 1984
 8. Gene Rainwater
 9. Ronald Reagan
 10. Jack Riggs
 11. Bob Riley
 12. Paul Riviere
 13. Tommy Robinson
 14. Winthrop Rockefeller
 15. Winthrop Rockefeller, 1964
 16. Winthrop Rockefeller, 1970
 17. Ivan Rose
 18. Dennis Serrette
 19. Vada Sheid
 20. Vada Sheid--Speeches, 1967-1975

Box 5

 1. Steve Smith
 2. Steve Smith--Corr.
 3. Steve Smith--Democratic National Convention, 1972
 4. David Stewart
 5. Ray Thornton
 6. Jim Trimble
 7. Jim Guy Tucker
 8. Arlo Tyler
 9. Morris K. Udall
 10. Frank Whitbeck
 11. Frank White
 12. Joe Woodward
 13. Joe Woodward--Clippings, 1978
 14. Joe Woodward--OV Materials (See B74F8 and B75F3)
 15. Arkansas Politicians--A-C
 16. Arkansas Politicians--D-I
 17. Arkansas Politicians--J-M
 18. Arkansas Politicians--N-R
 19. Arkansas Politicians--S-T
 20. Arkansas Politicians--U-Z
 21. Out-of-State Politicians--A-L
 22. Out-of-State Politicians--M-Z
 23. Photographs of Politicians

Subseries 2. Politics.

This subseries includes materials on organizations, events, and other things relating to politics Arkansas and elsewhere.  The subseries is arranged alphabetically by topic.

Box 6

 1. ACTION--Program for Local Service
 2. Advertising Agencies
 3. African Americans and Politics
 4. Amendment 60--OV Materials (See B75F4)
 5. Amendments--Abortion
 6. Amendments--Gambling
 7. Amendments--Interest Rates
 8. Amendments--Taxes
 9. Amendments--Voter Registration
 10. Americans for Democratic Action
 11. Anti-Catholicism--1960
 12. Arkansas Archives of Public Communication
 13. ACORN
 14. Arkansas Democratic Black Caucus
 15. Arkansas Education Association--PACE
 16. Arkansas Politics--Short Takes
 17. Arkansas Politics--Voting Behavior, 1960-1978
 18. Bicentennial, 1976
 19. Campaign Contribution Laws
 20. Common Cause
 21. Constitutional Convention--1970
 22. Constitutional Convention--1970, Constitution
 23. Constitutional Convention--1975
 24. Constitutional Convention--1979
 25. Consulting Agencies

Box 7

 1. Democratic Magazines
 2. Democratic National Committee--1976-1986
 3. Democratic National Committee--Rules, 1972
 4. Democratic Party--Arkansas, 1960-1962
 5. Democratic Party--Benton County, 1972 (OV; see Box 74, Folder 9)
 6. Democratic Party--Miscellaneous Materials
 7. Democratic Party--National Convention, 1960
 8. Democratic Party--National Convention, 1964
 9. Democratic Party--National Convention, 1972 I
 10. Democratic Party--National Convention, 1972 II
 11. Democratic Party--Nat. Con. Platform, 1972-1978
 12. Democratic Party--State Convention, 1972-1976
 13. Democratic Party--State Convention, 1978
 14. Democratic Party--State Convention, 1982, OV (See Box 75, Folder 2)
 15. Election Analysis
 16. Election Research Council--1964-1965
 17. Election Research Council--1964, OV Materials (See Box 74, Folder 10)
 18. Elections--1974, Democratic Campaign
 19. Elections--1978, Democratic Primary
 20. Elections--1982, 1984
 21. Elections--1984, OV Materials (See Box 75, Folder 4)
 22. Elections--Congress, 1982, Anthony-Leslie

Box 8

 1. Elections--Governor, 1968, Cartoons
 2. Elections--Governor, 1970
 3. Elections--Governor, 1974
 4. Elections--Governor, 1978
 5. Elections--Governor, 1978, Clinton Campaign
 6. Elections--Governor, 1978, Harmon Campaign
 7. Elections--Governor, 1978, Lady Campaign
 8. Elections--Governor, 1978, Mathis Campaign
 9. Elections--Governor, 1978, Woodward Campaign
 10. Elections--Governor, 1978, OV Materials (See Box 75 Folder 3)
 11. Elections--Governor, 1984
 12. Elections--President, 1936, Landon Campaign
 13. Elections--President, 1936, Roosevelt Campaign
 14. Elections--President, 1960
 15. Elections--President, 1960, Kennedy Campaign
 16. Elections--President, 1964
 17. Elections--President, 1964, Goldwater Campaign
 18. Elections--President, 1964, Johnson Campaign
 19. Elections--President, 1972, McGovern Campaign
 20. Elections--President, 1972, McGovern OV (See Box 74, Folder 11)
 21. Elections--President, 1972, McGovern Newsletter
 22. Elections--President, 1972, Nixon Campaign
 23. Elections--President, 1976, Carter Campaign
 24. Elections--President, 1976, Ford Campaign
 25. Elections--President, 1980, Carter Campaign
 26. Elections--President, 1984, Broadside Song Magazine
 27. Elections--President, 1984, Communist Ticket
 28. Elections--President, 1984, Mondale Campaign
 29. Elections--President, 1984, Reagan Campaign

Box 9

 1. Elections--Senate, 1978
 2. Elections--Senate, 1978, Democratic Primary
 3. Elections--Senate, 1978, Pryor Campaign
 4. Elections--Senate, 1978, Thornton Campaign
 5. Elections--Senate, 1978, Tucker Campaign
 6. Elections--Senate, 1978, Runoff Election
 7. Elections--Senate, 1984
 8. Farkleberry
 9. Governors--Arkansas, 20th Century
 10. Labor Movement
 11. League of Women Voters--Leg. Action Seminar, September 1982
 12. National Conservative Political Action Committee--1978
 13. National Federation of Republican Women
 14. New Deal--Opposition Literature
 15. New Deal--Supportive Literature
 16. Richard Nixon--Opposition to
 17. Political Animals Club
 18. Politics--Miscellaneous
 19. Populist Party--1984
 20. Prohibition Party--National, 1960
 21. Pulaski County--Politics, 1966 (OV; see Box 74, Folder 12)
 22. Reagan Administration--Democratic Opposition
 23. Republican Party--Arkansas
 24. Republican Party--College Republicans
 25. Republican Party--Miscellaneous Materials
 26. Republican Party--National Convention, 1964
 27. Rockefeller Foundation
 28. Segregationist Literature--1950s
 29. Socialist Political Parties--National, 1960
 30. Southern Speech Communication Association--Convention, 1975
 31. Southwestern Coal Mining Company--1893
 32. Stop Additional Highway Bonds Association--1932
 33. Students Against Reaganism
 34. Theocratic Party--National, 1960
 35. United Daughters of the Confederacy
 36. United Student Peace Committee--1941
 37. University of Arkansas--Fulbright School of Public Affairs, 1986
 38. Veterans of Foreign Wars
 39. Voter Instructions--Arkansas
 40. Washington County--Boy's Corn Club
 41. Washington County--Democratic Primary, 1914 (OV; see Box 74, Folder 13)
 42. Washington County--Fayetteville City Manager, 1965-1966
 43. Washington County--Fayetteville City Manager, Clippings, 1965-1972
 44. Washington County--Politics, 1960-1982
 45. Washington County--Politics, Clippings, 1966-1972

Subseries 3. Political Newspapers and Oversize Clippings.

This subseries includes newspapers that either were issued as part of a political campaign, or contain extensive coverage of politics.  Also included are oversize newspaper clippings about Bill Clinton and J. William Fulbright that might otherwise have been included in Subseries 1.

Box 10

 1. Arkansas Advocate--1973-1975
 2. Arkansas Outlook--December 1964; September 1990
 3. The Democrat--1964 Dem. Nat. Con. Souvenir
 4. Democratic Candidates
 5. Democratic Dialogue--April-June 1983
 6. Democratic Newspapers
 7. Grapevine--May Primary Issues, 1978, 1980, 1982
 8. J. William Fulbright
 9. John F. Kennedy
 10. National Alliance--January-March 1984
 11. New America--September-October 1960
 12. Winthrop Rockefeller--1964; 1970
 13. Sebastian County--Election Returns, 31 March 1900
 14. Springdale News--Election Supplements, 1978-1984
 15. Voter's Guide--November 1964
 16. Bill Clinton--OV Materials
 17. J. William Fulbright--OV Materials

Subseries 4. Bumper Stickers and Campaign Pins.

This subseries includes stickers, pins, matchbooks, and novelty items from political campaigns.  Stickers relating to political candidates are arranged alphabetically; stickers pertaining to causes and amendments are in the miscellaneous folder.  Researchers should note that the adhesive substance on the stickers is prone to deterioration and therefore the stickers might be messy.

Box 11

 1. Bumper Stickers--A
 2. Bumper Stickers--B
 3. Bumper Stickers--Dale Bumpers
 4. Bumper Stickers--Carter/Mondale
 5. Bumper Stickers--Bill Clinton
 6. Bumper Stickers--C-E
 7. Bumper Stickers--F
 8. Bumper Stickers--Ford/Dole
 9. Bumper Stickers--H
 10. Bumper Stickers--J-M
 11. Bumper Stickers--Mondale/Ferraro
 12. Bumper Stickers--N-O
 13. Bumper Stickers--P
 14. Bumper Stickers--Reagan/Bush
 15. Bumper Stickers--R
 16. Bumper Stickers--S
 17. Bumper Stickers--T-U
 18. Bumper Stickers--W
 19. Bumper Stickers--Miscellaneous

Box 12

The contents of this box include a Bicentennial flag, political campaign buttons, matchbooks, campaign t-shirts, fans, and novelty items.

NOTE: Patrons are cautioned that the buttons include sharp pins, so handle them with care.

Subseries 5. Oversize Campaign Materials.

Yard signs and posters comprise the majority of the materials in this subseries.  Other materials include a calendar detailing the campaign activities of David Newbern and a scrapbook on Winthrop Rockefeller's gubernatorial campaigns.  Items relating to political candidates are arranged alphabetically; items pertaining to causes and amendments are located in the miscellaneous folder.  Exceptions to these rules are the scrapbook and calendar, located after the other items, as well as especially large items, which are located in the manuscript folders.

Box 13

 1. A-Clark
 2. Bill Clinton
 3. F-J
 4. L-M
 5. P
 6. R-W
 7. Carter/Mondale
 8. Gary Hart and Mondale/Ferraro
 9. Miscellaneous
 10. Newbern Campaign Schedule
 11. Winthrop Rockefeller Scrapbook

Manuscript Folder 1

Manuscript Folder 2

Manuscript Folder 3


Series 2.  Research Materials (Boxes 14-21)

Items in this series include materials used by Dr. Rogers and Dr. Smith to research aspects of public communication, as well as papers written by their students on topics related to politics.  These materials include polls and surveys on a variety of topics, ranging from environmental issues to voter attitudes.

Subseries 1. Polls and Surveys

Items in this subseries have been divided into two categories according to size.  Boxes 14 and 15 contain smaller items; boxes 16-19 contain computer printouts on large-sized paper.  Items in each category are in alphabetical order.

Box 14

 1. Articles
 2. Clippings
 3. Constitutional Issues--1980 (OV; see Box 74, Folder 14)
 4. Consumer Sentiment--1978, 1980
 5. Environmental Issues--1980 I
 6. Environmental Issues--1980 II
 7. Equal Rights Amendment--1979
 8. General Assembly Approval Rating
 9. Higher Education--Public Opinion, 1980
 10. Newscene 7 Election Polls--1978
 11. Polling Agencies
 12. Public Opinion Polls
 13. Questionnaires
 14. Taxes--1980
 15. Voter Attitudes--1974
 16. Voter Attitudes--September 1974, 3rd Cong. Dist.

Box 15

 1. Voter Attitudes--August 1978, 2nd Cong. Dist.
 2. Voter Attitudes--1979
 3. Voter Attitudes--March 1980, Primary Elections
 4. Voter Attitudes--September 1980
 5. Voter Attitudes--1980, Presidential Election
 6. Voter Attitudes--1980/1982, Exit Polls
 7. Voter Attitudes--September 1982, 3rd Cong. Dist.
 8. Voter Attitudes--1983
 9. Voter Attitudes--1984
 10. Voter Attitudes--1986
 11. Voter Attitudes--February 1986, 1st Cong. Dist.
 12. Miscellaneous

Box 16

 1. Bryan-Brown Race--March 1986
 2. City (Unidentified) Polls--March 1986
 3. Dale Bumpers--July 1985; January, April 1986
 4. Bill Clinton--February 1979
 5. Bill Clinton--July 1979
 6. Bill Clinton--April 1986
 7. Clinton-Faubus Race--March 1986
 8. Governor's Race--1978
 9. David Matthews--Benchmark Poll, June 1986
 10. Miscellaneous Poll--July 1985

Box 17

 1. Miscellaneous Poll--September 1985
 2. Political Parties--July 1985
 3. State Politics--December 1977, Copy 1
 4. State Politics--December 1977, Copy 2
 5. State Politics--June 1985

Box 18

 1. State Politics--July 1985
 2. State Politics--December 1985
 3. State Politics--January 1986 I
 4. State Politics--January 1986 II
 5. State Politics--January 1986 III

Box 19

 1. State Politics--February 1986
 2. State Politics--March 1986 I
 3. State Politics--March 1986 II
 4. Voters--22nd-24 Dist., March 1986

Subseries 2. Student Research Papers

This subseries includes papers in three general categories: major politicians, lesser politicians, and other topics in politics.  Each category is arranged alphabetically.  Student term papers may be accessed by researchers, but they may not be reproduced without the writers' permission.

Box 20

 1. Dale Bumpers
 2. Bill Clinton
 3. Bill Clinton--Gubernatorial Campaigns, 1978-1990
 4. Bill Clinton--Presidential Campaign, 1992
 5. Orval Faubus
 6. J. William Fulbright
 7. Sid McMath
 8. David Pryor
 9. Winthrop Rockefeller
 10. Dennis Serrette
 11. Politicians--A-B
 12. Politicians--C-F
 13. Politicians--G-L
 14. Politicians--M-N
 15. Politicians--O-S

Box 21

 1. Politicians--T-Z
 2. Advertising Agencies
 3. Arkansas--Political Transformation, 1966
 4. Caucus--Arkansas Plan
 5. Candidate Image
 6. Congress--Arkansas Delegation, 1983
 7. Democratic Party
 8. Elections--Gubernatorial, 1952
 9. Elections--Senate, 1978
 10. Fayetteville School Board--Election, 1986
 11. Hazen School Board--Election, 1971
 12. Interest Groups
 13. Interest Rate Control
 14. Little Rock Central High School Crisis
 15. Media
 16. Moral Majority
 17. Negative Campaigning
 18. Political Action Committees
 19. Political Consultants
 20. Politics--Debates and Lessons
 21. Polls
 22. Presidency
 23. Press Secretary
 24. Pulaski County Special School District
 25. Supreme Court
 26. Television Resources


Series 3.  Audio and Video Tapes (Boxes 22-71)

This series includes audio and video tapes, as well as two sets of cards relating to them, the original index created for the AAPC and program cards from the "Behind the News" show.  The collection includes both cassette and reel-to-reel tapes.  The size and kinds of tapes determined the classification format originally used in the Archives and index; the classification format has been retained in this collection.  Information in the comprehensive index located in the appendices supersedes the original AAPC card index.  A few tapes referred to in the original card index were not included in the collection when it was received by Special Collections.

NOTE:  This part of the finding aid entry is merely a container list.  For specific information on each tape, see Appendix 1.

Subseries 1.  Audio Cassette Tapes

This series consists of audio cassette tapes with three separate designations.  "AC" and "Cass" are   designations originally assigned to tapes in the Archives.  The designation "CT" (cassette tape)   has been given to tapes otherwise lacking a designation.  For specific information on each tape, see the Appendix 1.

Box 22

  AC 1-17; 19-23

Box 23

  AC 24-41
  Cass 1-5

Box 24

  Cass 6-19, 22-31

Box 25

  Cass 33-57

Box 26

  Cass 57a-63
  CT 1-18

Box 27

  CT 19-29

Subseries 2. Reel-to-reel Audio Tapes

The Archives created several series designations to classify tape reels according to size.  Items with a "PS" designation are public service messages.  For specific information on each tape, see Appendix 1.

Box 28

  2" 29
  3" 1-16; 18-21

Box 29

  3" 22-31; 33-37; 39-44

Box 30

  3" 45-55
  4" 1-16

Box 31

  4" 17-41

Box 32

  4" 42-59

Box 33

  F 1-10
  PS 1-4

Box 34

  PS 5-19

Box 35

  5" 1-14

Box 36

  5" 15-28

Box 37

  5" 29-44

Box 38

  5" 45-58

Box 39

  5" 59-74

Box 40

  5" 75-90

Box 41

  5" 91-104

Box 42

  5" 105-115

Box 43

  5" 116-122; 124-125

Box 44

  7" 1-16

Box 45

  7" 17-23

Subseries 3. Video Tapes and Slides

This subseries includes both reel-to-reel and cassette video tapes arranged by their size.  Unnumbered Beta and VHS cassettes have been integrated with other similar tapes.  A few VHS   tapes originally given Beta designations have been reassigned VHS designations.  "VTR" tapes are an early form of video tape.  "RR" (reel-to-reel) has been assigned to tapes lacking any   Archives designation.  For specific information on each tape, see Appendix 1.

In addition to video tapes, this subseries includes 28 slides covering the 1974 Senate race between Dale Bumpers and Bill Fulbright.

Box 46

  Beta 1; 3-12

Box 47

  Beta 13; VHS 2-11

Box 48

  VHS 12-21

Box 49

  VHS 22-23; VTR 1; 4-12; 2" VT 1-2

Box 50

  2" VT 3-10

Box 51

  2" VT 11-18

Box 52

  2" VT 19-21; RR 1-5; Slides of 1974 Senate Race

Box 53

  3" VT 1

Box 54

  3" VT 2

Box 55

  3" VT 3

Subseries 4. B Series Audio Tapes

This subseries is comprised of tape recordings of the National Education Program's "Behind the News," a weekly radio show.  The National Education Program, founded by George Benson, president of Harding College in Searcy, promoted a world-view combining conservative political and economic ideas with evangelical Christianity.  Benson served as commentator for "Behind the News" until his retirement from the program in April 1984.

The recordings in this subseries aired from March 1975 to August 1985.  The numbers assigned to the tapes in the Archives follow chronological order with a few exceptions.   Benson is the   speaker on tapes 1 through 476.  His successor, J. Terry Johnson of Enterprise Square, Oklahoma, is featured on the remaining tapes.  Each tape lasts approximately 15 minutes.  Cards containing a brief description of each program are in Box 73. Program titles for each tape are listed in Appendix 1.  Because of its distinct political perspective, an index has been created for this subseries separate from the collection's main index.
 

Box 56

  B 1-36

Box 57

  B 37-72

Box 58

  B 73-108

Box 59

  B 109-144

Box 60

  B 145-178

Box 61

  B 179-214

Box 62

  B 215-250

Box 63

  B 251-285

Box 64

  B 286-320

Box 65

  B 321-356

Box 66

  B 357-391a

Box 67

  B 392-426

Box 68

  B 427-462

Box 69

  B 463-497

Box 70

  B 498-533

Box 71

  B 534-543

Subseries 5.  Program and Index Cards

This subseries is comprised of card indexes.  One consists of program cards from George Benson's "Behind the News" program.  The other index was created for the Archives's audio and video tapes by assistants to Dr. Smith.  Not all materials referred to in this index were donated to Special Collections.  Therefore, the collection's main index supersedes information contained on these cards.

Box 72

  AAPC index

Box 73

  B Series program cards


Oversize Materials

Materials listed here are too large to store in their logical locations.  Within the boxes they are arranged according to series and subseries numbers.

Box 74

 1. Bill Clinton--Cong. Election, 1974, OV Materials
 2. Bill Clinton--At. Gen. Election, 1976, OV Materials
 3. Bill Clinton--Gubernatorial Elections, OV Materials
 4. Bill Clinton--Pres. Election, 1996, OV Materials
 5. Bill Clinton--Speeches, 1974-1984, OV Materials
 6. Edgar E. Bryant, OV Materials
 7. David Newbern, OV Materials
 8. Joe Woodward, OV Materials
 9. Democratic Party--Benton County, 1972, OV Materials
 10. Election Research Council-1964, OV Materials
 11. Elections--President, 1972, McGovern, OV Materials
 12. Pulaski County--Politics, 1966, OV Materials
 13. Washington County--Democratic Primary, 1914, OV Materials
 14. Constitutional Issues--1980, OV Materials

Box 75

 1. David Newbern--OV Materials
 2. Democratic Party--State Convention, 1982, OV Materials
 3. Gubernatorial Election--1978, OV Materials
 4. Miscellaneous OV Materials




Appendix 1:  Audio and Video Tape Notes

The audio and video tape notes are divided into four sections: audio cassette tapes; reel-to-reel audio tapes; all video tapes; and the B Series tapes.  The B Series tapes are audio recordings of the conservative Christian radio program "Behind the News," featuring Harding University president George Benson.  Designations of the tapes were assigned in the Archives unless otherwise noted.  The tape index (Box 73) created for the Archives uses these designations.  Information in these notes and the comprehensive index, Appendix 2, supersedes the Archives's tape index.  Cases where the designated item is not part of the collection are signified by "NA."

Descriptions of the audio cassette tapes are based on review by the processor.  Descriptions of the B Series tapes are based on the program cards in Box 74.  Descriptions of all other tapes are based on tape labels or information in the tape index in Box 73. Reel-to-reel and audio cassette tapes contain many duplicate recordings.
 

Cassette Audio Tapes

There are three series of audio cassette tapes.  The first two series, "AC" and "Cass," received their designations in the Archives.  The CT (cassette tape) Series was created during processing.  All cassette audio tapes have been reviewed by the processor of this collection; these notes reflect the findings of the review.   Cases where the designated item is not part of the collection are signified by "NA."

AC 1
Side 1: Ted Boswell, news conference endorsing David Pryor for U.S. Senate, Little Rock, June 1972 (occupies first half of side)
Side 2: J. William Fulbright, address to joint session of Arkansas General Assembly, Little Rock, February 1973

AC 2
Side 1: B.D. "Doug" Brandon, speech, Democratic State Convention, Little Rock, 22 September 1978
Side 2: Kaneaster Hodges, Democratic State Convention, Little Rock, 22 September 1978 (occupies first fourth of side)

AC 3
Side 1: Bill Clinton, address on the economy to FSM Exchange Club, 4 October 1974
Side 2: Bill Clinton, news conference, Hot Springs, 14 October 1974 (news conference is preceded by chatter, including Clinton rehearsing comments; news conference starts at 27'; end of recording is a news conference with Richard Nixon)

AC 4
Side 1: Grant Cooper address to Progressive Labor Party, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 5 February 1975
Side 2: Cooper continued

AC 5  Note: This tape is broken.
Side 1: George Wallace, address to joint session of the Arkansas General Assembly, 1973
Side 2: NA

AC 6
Side 1: Bill Clinton, campaign speech, Pulaski County Democratic Women's Club, Little Rock, 23 July 1974
Side 2: Clinton speech continued; Clinton campaign radio jingles, September 1974

AC 7  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1:Sterling F. Cockrill; Orval Faubus (starts at 28');  interviews concerning 18-20 year old vote
Side 2: Jimmy Carter, speech, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 12 April 1975

AC 8  George McGovern, Little Rock, 27 June 1972 (Note: This tape is broken; however, its contents are identical to AC 38.)
Side 1: conversation with Arkansas's convention delegates, introduced by Dale Bumpers, Governor's Mansion
Side 2: campaign speech introduced by Joe Purcell

AC 9
Side 1: Mark Hatfield, speech, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, 24 April 1975
Side 2: Hatfield continued

AC 10
Side 1: Jimmy Carter, speech, 14 July 1975
Side 2: Carter continued (this side starts at 18')

AC 11
Side 1: J. Bill Becker and C. James Gilker, Right to Work debate, moderated by Steve Smith, Fort Smith, June 1976
Side 2: debate continued

AC 12
Side 1: David Pryor, address, 1975 Constitutional Convention organizational meeting, May 1975
Side 2: Pryor address continued (the Pryor address occupies about one eighth of this side; the remainder is an unidentified news program on the 1930s)

AC 13  speeches, Democratic State Convention, 1976
Side 1: John McClellan; Dale Bumpers
Side 2: David Pryor; Jimmy Carter

AC 14  Note: Side 1 of this tape is the same as side 2 of AC 22.
Side 1: Bill Clinton, news conference, federal outlays, Russellville, 8 October 1974
Side 2: Clinton for Congress, radio spot commercials, 1974 (part of this side runs fast)

AC 15  Note: This tape is the same as AC 16.
Side 1: J. William Fulbright, campaign speech, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, April 1974
Side 2: Fulbright continued

AC 16  Note: This tape is the same as AC 15.
Side 1: J. William Fulbright, campaign speech, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, April 1974
Side 2: Fulbright continued

AC 17
Side 1: Clinton for Congress, radio jingles, 1974
Side 2: blank

AC 18: NA

AC 19
Side 1: Pulaski County Democratic Women's speech, 23 July 1974
Side 2: speech continued

AC 20  Note: This tape is broken.
Side 1: Bill Clinton, speech on economic development to Industrial Developers of Arkansas, 24 October 1978
Side 2: blank

AC 21  Speeches, Democratic National Convention, July 1976
Side 1: David Pryor, nomination of Walter Mondale for vice-president
Side 2: Jimmy Carter

AC 22  Note: Side 2 of this tape is the same as Side 1 of AC 14.
Side 1: News conference on education, Fayetteville, 30 September 1974
Side 2: Bill Clinton, news conference on federal outlays, Russellville, 8 October 1974

AC 22b
Side 1: John McClellan and David Pryor, debate, United States Senate nomination, 11 June 1972 (used by Rob Wiley for his M.A. thesis at Memphis State University)
Side 2: debate continued (side starts at 7')

AC 23
Side 1: Bill Clinton, speech, Democratic State Convention, 1974
Side 2: blank

AC 24  Speeches, Mt. Nebo Chicken Fry, May 1978 (See also AC 26)
Side 1: Frank Lady; Steve Clark (starts at 27'); Art Givens (starts at 40'); Paul Riviere (starts at 47') Joe Woodward (starts at 56')
Side 2: Continued--Jim Guy Tucker; Randall Mathis (starts at 30')

AC 25  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Vance Packard, interview, 26 October 1976
Side 2: music unrelated to AAPC

AC 26
Side 1: Bill Clinton; David Pryor (starts at 15') A.C. Grigson (starts at 37'); Ray Thornton (starts at 46'); speeches, Mt. Nebo Chicken Fry, May 1978
Note: remainder of Side 1 and Side 2 contain music unrelated to AAPC

AC 27
Side 1: Bill Clinton, commencement speech, School for the Blind (very poor recording; Clinton speech ends at 40', the remainder of the tape contains music unrelated to AAPC)

AC 28
Side 1: Sam Ervin, "Reflections on Watergate," University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 30 October 1975
Side 2: music unrelated to AAPC

AC 29
 Side 1: Jim Guy Tucker, interview, In Focus, Channel 18, 23 October 1977 (Tucker interview ends at 58'; remainder of the tape includes a women's religious discussion unrelated to AAPC)

AC 30
Side 1: Ted Boswell, news conference endorsing David Pryor for U.S. Senate, Little Rock, June 1972
Side 2:  J. William Fulbright, address to joint session of Arkansas General Assembly, Little Rock, February 1973

AC 31  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: David Pryor, interview on higher education by Grapevine reporter
Side 2: continued (starts at 22')

AC 32  Madison County Bicentennial Celebration, 23 August 1975
Side 1: day's proceedings
Side 2: Orval Faubus, speech (recording starts at 27')

AC 33  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Morris Dees, interview, Little Rock, April 1977 (the sound on this side is distorted)
Side 2: Orval Faubus, Bill Clinton, Dale Bumpers, John Paul Hammerschmidt, speeches, Huntsville Centennial, 9 July 1977

AC 34
Side 1: Steve Clark for Attorney General, 3 short spots, 1st series, April 1978
Side 2: blank

AC 35
Side 1:  Steve Clark for Attorney General, 3 short spots, 2nd series, May 1978
Side 2: blank

AC 36  Interviews by Steve Nichols on the subject of the 18-20 year vote.  (RESTRICTIONS APPLY.)
Side 1: with Joe Purcell and unidentified others
Side 2: Charles T. Bernard; Dale Bumpers (starts at 38'); Bob Riley (starts at 48')

AC 37  Speeches, Democratic State Convention, Little Rock, 22 September 1978
Side 1: David Pryor
Side 2: Bill Clinton

AC 38  George McGovern, Little Rock, 27 June 1972 (Note: This tape is identical to AC 8.)
Side 1:  campaign speech introduced by Joe Purcell
Side 2: conversation with Arkansas's convention delegates, introduced by Dale Bumpers, Governor's Mansion

AC 39
Side 1: Dale Bumpers and J. William Fulbright, debate, Issues and Answers, May 1974
Side 2: J. William Fulbright, concession speech, 1974 (very short; remainder of side features a broadcast with several persons discussing Vietnam)

AC 40  Note: This cassette is also labeled Cass 15.
Side 1: Clinton short spots
Side 2: blank

AC 41  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: David Pryor, interview, Arkansas Plan, Fayetteville
Side 2: Very poor recording, perhaps Pryor speaking

Cass 1
Side 1: Bill Clinton, Kimpel Hall dedication, 25 October 1984; Bill Alexander, speech for Walter Mondale, Washington County Democratic Headquarters, 25 August 1984; speeches, Washington County Democratic Rally, Springdale, 25 August 1984, by David Pryor; by Alexander
Side 2: Alexander continued; Clinton, Washington County Democratic Rally, Springdale, 25 August 1984

Cass 2  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Doug Wallace, interview, Democratic Caucus of  Presidential Delegates
Side 2: Bill Clinton, campaign speech concerning Mondale-Ferraro, Fayetteville, 26 October 1984

Cass 3
Side 1: David Newbern, interview by Wanda Stevens, Focus on Northwest Arkansas, 16 April 1984
Side 2: AFL-CIO endorsement, KBRS

Cass 4   RESTRICTIONS APPLY.  This tape is identical to CT 6
Side 1: Jack Williams, interview concerning David Pryor by Whitney Williams, November 1984
Side 2: Williams interview continued

Cass 5
Side 1: Jim Johnson for Supreme Court Chief Justice, 30 second spots
Side 2: blank

Cass 6
Side 1: Clinton for Governor, 30 second spots, 1980
Side 2: blank

Cass 7  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Bob Fairchild, interview by Shawn Abney, 27 October 1984
Side 2: Fairchild continued

Cass 8
Side 1: McDougal for Congress, short spots, 1982
Side 2: blank

Cass 9
Side 1: David Pryor and Ed Bethune, debate, Hot Springs, 10 August 1984
Side 2: debate continued

Cass 10  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Chuck Banks, interview by Tom A. Bennet, 27 October 1984, continued
Side 2:  Banks interview continued

Cass 10a  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.  This is a continuation of Cass 10.
Side 1: Chuck Banks, interview, 1984
Side 2: blank

Cass 11  Jimmy Dean Reagan-Bush rally, 1984
Side 1: Judy Petty; Ed Bethune (starts at 10'); Jim Johnson (starts at 43'); Jimmy Dean (starts at 52')
Side 2: Jimmy Dean continued; commercial for Dean rally run on KBBA radio, Benton (starts at 40')

Cass 12
Side 1: Jim Maddox for Congress, MANDATE: 1982 Demo reel
Side 2: blank

Cass 13  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Ray Thornton, interview, 5 October 1978
Side 2: speeches concerning voter registration, Ray Thornton; Bill Clinton (starts at 50'); 5 October 1976

Cass 14 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Hoyt Purvis, interview concerning Fulbright, 13 April 1984
Side 2: Purvis continued

Cass 15 See AC 40

Cass 16
Side 1:  Bill Clinton, radio call-in, 1980
Side 2: blank

Cass 17 Note: This tape is identical to Cass 37 and CT 25.
Side 1: McDougal for Congress, short spots, 6 April 1982
Side 2: blank

Cass 18
Side 1: Beryl Anthony, 1 60 second 2 30 second spots
Side 2: blank

Cass 19 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: L.F. Seidenstricker; La Verne Seidenstricker; interviews concerning desegregation and Hazen school board election in 1971; (begins at 4 ½ mark)Virginia C. Harriman; interview concerning school board candidates in Washington County
Side 2: blank

Cass 20-21 NA

Cass 22 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Betsey Wright, interview by Angela McBride concerning Clinton 1982 campaign
Side 2: blank

Cass 23 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Joe Woodward, interview by Kinard, Washington County Democratic rally, 11 May 1984
Side 2: Woodward continued

Cass 24 Republican State Convention, Little Rock, September 7-8, 1984
Side 1:  Orin Hatch, introduced by John Paul Hammerschmidt; Solomon Scaife (starts at 35'); Jim Johnson introduced by Bob Leslie (starts at 50')
Side 2: Frank Fahrenkopf, introduced by Leslie; Ed Bethune (starts at 50')

Cass 25  Republican State Convention, Little Rock, September 7-8, 1984 (continued)
Side 1: Frank White; Judy Petty starts at (15'); Woody Freeman, introduced by Winthrop Rockefeller, Jr. (starts at 27') Note: The Freeman speech ends abruptly at 40'.

Cass 26 Speeches, Saline County Democratic Rally, Benton, May 1978
Side 1: Ray Thornton; David Pryor (starts at 30'); Jim Guy Tucker (starts at 60')
Side 2: Randall Mathis; Frank Lady (starts at 20'); Schwartzlose (starts at 40')

Cass 27
Side 1: G.L. Glover; George Jernigan; Jim McDougal, featured speaker; Pulaski County Democratic Committee meeting, 29 August 1982 (side ends with music unrelated to AAPC)
Side 2: music and noise unrelated to AAPC (includes a discussion of an unidentified committee's finances towards the end of the tape)

Cass 28
Side 1: Steve Smith, delegate to the Constitutional Convention, 1978
Side 2: blank

Cass 29
Side 1: Tommy Carpenter, religious service, Pea Ridge, 13 June 1984
Side 2: Carpenter continued

Cass 30 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Jim Guy Tucker, interview by Carol Clark, 11 August 1983
Side 2: blank

Cass 31 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1:  Sue Gohn, interview concerning Fayetteville school board, 15 April 1984
Side 2: blank

Cass 32: NA

Cass 33 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1:  Bill Wilson, interview concerning 1978 Senate race, 21 March 1984
Side 2: blank

Cass 34 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Ernest Dumas, interview concerning 1978 Senate race, 19 March 1984
Side 2: Dumas interview continued

Cass 35 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Dick Herget, interview concerning 1978 Senate race, 19 March 1984
Side 2: blank

Cass 36 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Interviews concerning the 1978 Senate race, Sam Smith (occupies about 1/4 of side), March 20; Steve Barnes, 21 March 1984
Side 2: Barnes continued

Cass 37 Note: This tape is identical to Cass 17 and CT 25
Side 1: McDougal for Congress, 6 April 1982
Side 2: blank

Cass 38
Side 1: David Pryor, press conference, 9 January 1984
Side 2: blank

Cass 39
Side 1: Gerry Spence, Fayetteville, 23 February 1984
Side 2: Spence continued

Cass 39a
Side 1: Gerry Spence, Fayetteville, 23 February 1984, continued
Side 2: blank

Cass 40
Side 1: McDougal, test with stager, August 1982
Side 2: blank

Cass 41
Side 1: Woody Bassett, Adoption of Caucus System for Arkansas Democrats, 30 April 1984
Side 2: blank

Cass 42 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Al Norwood, interview by Cynthia Scier, 21 April 1984
Side 2: Norwood interview continued

Cass 43 Farm Bureau political rally
Side 1: Jim McDougal (starts at 7') and six unidentified speakers, 1 May, 1982
Side 2: John Paul Hammerschmidt (starts at 7')

Cass 44 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Julie Baldridge, interview concerning Bill Clinton, 11 April 1984
Side 2: blank

Cass 45
Side 1: Clinton for Governor, radio spots, 1980 (Note: this side ends with chatter unrelated to AAPC)
Side 2: blank

Cass 46 Speeches, Democratic Party rally, Russellville, 3 April 1982 (Note: This tape suffers from poor sound quality.)
Side 1: Dale Bumpers (starts at 7'), introduced by L.L. Bryan
Side 2: Butch Johnson; Jim McDougal (starts at 8'); Steve Clark (starts at 17'); Jim Guy Tucker (starts at 30'); Bill Clinton (starts at 40'); Joe Purcell (starts at 50'); Kim Hendron

Cass 47 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Jack Riggs, interview by Rick Ferguson, 1972
Side 2: blank

Cass 48
Side 1:  Speeches by John Paul Hammerschmidt; Bob Leslie (starts at Mark 3 ½); Frank White (starts at Mark 4 3/4); Republican State Convention, Little Rock, 11 September 1982
Side 2: blank

Cass 49
Side 1: Hammerschmidt for Congress, 2 30 second spots, 11 October 1982
Side 2: blank

Cass 50
Side 1: Clinton for Governor, television audio track, six 30 second spots, 1980
Side 2: blank

Cass 51: NA

Cass 52
Side 1: Neely Cassady for State Senate, 30 second spots, 1982
Side 2: blank

Cass 53
Side 1: Maxine Wilmuth for State Senate, District 7, short spots
Side 2: blank

Cass 54
Side 1: McDougal for Congress, short jingle, 1982 (Note: This jingle is identical to Jingle 26 on Cass 58)
Side 2: blank

Cass 55 RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: David Pryor, interview by Tammy Buck, 10 October 1983
Side 2: recording of Razorback Bank unrelated to AAPC

Cass 56 Note: This tape is identical to Cass 56a
Side 1:  Clinton for Governor, 3 one-minute spots: accomplishments, jobs and taxes, taxes
Side 2:  5 30-second spots: promises, education, elderly, "88 Million," "Bowen;" October 1980

Cass 56a Note: This tape is identical to Cass 56
Side 1:  Clinton for Governor, 3 one-minute spots: accomplishments, jobs and taxes; taxes
Side 2:  5 30-second spots: promises, education, elderly, "88 Million," "Bowen;" October 1980

Cass 57
Side 1: Jim McDougal, press conference, Fayetteville, 19 May 1982
Side 2: blank

Cass 57a
Side 1: Joe Woodward, "gubernatorial actualities," 1978
Side 2: Woodward continued

Cass 57b
Side 1: Joe Woodward, "gubernatorial issues and songs," 1978
Side 2: blank

Cass 58 Jerry Russell, political jingles
Side 1: (1) Randall Mathis; (2) John I. Purtle; (3) Gary R. Black, Sr.; (4) Harold Allison (5) Jim Hill; (6) Bill Beaumont (7) A.G. Bautendo; (8) Johnson for Secretary of State (9) For Annexation (Little Rock); (10) Bill Patrick (11) C.E. "Pat" Patton; (12) Don Venhaus; (13) Judith Rogers; (14) W.A. "Al" Stafford; (15) Larry Dill; (16) Shelby Sharp; (17) Veda Sheid; (18) W.D. "Bill" Young (19) Shirley Smith; (20) Lynn Davis; (21) Glenn Cox; (22) Harold Smith; (23) Jim Dickerson; (24) Bob Crafton; (25) Jerry Masden; (26) Jim McDougal;  (27) J.W. "Bill" Graves; (28) Peggy Pryor Crier
Side 2: music unrelated to AAPC

Cass 59
Side 1: Rex Allen Smith, Radio Moscow's Moscow Mailbag, 1981
Side 2: Radio Moscow continued

Cass 60  David Newbern, Mountain Home, 1 February 1984
Side 1: interview on KTLO radio
Side 2: interview by TV 43

Cass 61 Speeches, Farm Bureau political rally, Bentonville
Side 1: Gena Carr; Billy Sharp; Karen Halbrook; J.L. Baker; Tamara Sawyer; Brenda Williams; Gloria Springs; Shirley M. Davis; Mary Lou Slinkard
Side 2: Roy Farber; Don Harrelson; Al Norwood; Bill Patton; Oliver Adams; Carl Bonner; Woody Freeman; Gail Harland; 16 June 1984

Cass 62
Side 1: Jim Johnson, interviewed by Dick Price, KARN radio, 3 May 1984
Side 2: Johnson interview continued

Cass 63
Side 1: Jim McDougal, staged interview, Congressional campaign, 1982
Side 2: McDougal continued

CT 1  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1:  Bill Walker, interview
Side 2: blank

CT 2  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: L. Wayne Lanier, interview by John Thomas
Side 2: blank

CT 3  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Bill Walker, interview, 26 March 1982
Side 2: Walker interview continued

CT 4  Interviews concerning 1984 Senate race by Charles M. Miller (RESTRICTIONS APPLY.)
Side 1: Henry Woods
Side 2: Paul Berry

CT 5  Interviews concerning 1984 Senate race by Charles M. Miller (RESTRICTIONS APPLY.)
Side 1: Mark Pryor
Side 2: Frank Thomas

CT 6  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.  Also, this tape is identical to Cass 4
Side 1: Jack Williams, interview concerning David Pryor by Whitney Williams,  November 1984
Side 2: Williams continued

CT 7  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1:  J.W. Trimble, interview, 19 January 1946
Side 2: blank

CT 8  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Alta Faubus, interview concerning Madison County politics, 21 March 1985
Side 2: blank

CT 9  Interviews concerning Madison County politics (RESTRICTIONS APPLY.)
Side 1: Mr. and Mrs. Omar Fowler, 20 March 1985
Side 2: Carol Whittemore, 21 March 1985

CT 10  Interviews concerning Benton County special election (RESTRICTIONS APPLY.)
Side 1: Gene Kelley
Side 2: Dave Bisbee

CT 11  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Howard Slinkard, interview concerning Benton County special election
Side 2: blank

CT 12  Interviews concerning Jim Trimble (RESTRICTIONS APPLY.)
Side 1: Arthur Carter
Side 2: Herbert West

CT 13  Interviews concerning Jim Trimble (RESTRICTIONS APPLY.)
Side 1: Ted Coxsey
Side 2: Coxsey continued; Burton George

CT 14  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Klute Braswell, interview concerning Jim Trimble
Side 2: blank

CT 15  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1:  unidentified Morriss Henry campaign worker, interview by Anita Orr
Side 2: Morriss Henry and Danny Maestri radio spots

CT 16  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Jim Johnson, interview concerning 1966 gubernatorial election by David Shipley, 21 April 1986
Side 2: Johnson continued

CT 17  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Jim Johnson, interview concerning 1966 gubernatorial election by David Shipley, 21 April 1986, continued
Side 2: Johnson continued

CT 18  Interviews concerning television stations by Scott Cooper, June 1983 (RESTRICTIONS APPLY.)
Side 1: George Moore; Fred Schmutz
Side 2: Jim Pitcock; Perry Boxx

CT 19  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1:  Sid McMath, interview by Shelli Bonner, 21 March 1986
Side 2: McMath interview continued

CT 20  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: Judge Henry Woods, interview by Shelli Bonner, 28 March
Side 2: Woods interview continued

CT 21  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1:  Joy Foringer, interview, 21 October 1982
Side 2: Foringer interview continued

CT 22  RESTRICTIONS APPLY.
Side 1: John Lisle, interview, 3 October 1982
Side 2: Lisle interview continued

CT 23
Side 1: Tommy Carpenter, "Country Preacher" show, Rogers
Side 2: blank

CT 24
Side 1: Joseph R. Biden, Jr., campaign for president, California Democratic Convention, 1987
Side 2: blank

CT 25 Note: This tape is identical to Cass 17 and Cass 37
Side 1: McDougal for Congress, 6 April 1982
Side 2: blank

CT 26
Side 1: Silas D. Snow, news conference, Arkansas Good Roads/Transportation Council, 24 October 1980
Side 2: blank

CT 27
Side 1: Speeches by a representative of Orval Faubus and by Bill Clinton; Democratic Candidates rally, Springdale, 1 May 1986
Side 2: blank

CT 28
Side 1: Pryor for Senate, short ads, 1984
Side 2: blank

CT 29   Farm Bureau political rally, 16 June 1984
Side 1: Ed Bethune; Clayton Little (starts at Mark 4); Tim Hutchinson (starts at Mark 4½)
Side 2: Hutchinson conclusion; Bill Clinton; David Pryor (starts at Mark 2 ½);  Jim Johnson (starts at Mark 4 ½)

Reel-to-reel Audio Tapes

These tapes retain their Archives designations, which were based on the diameter of the tapes' spools.  F and PS, "public service," series are 5" tapes.   Item descriptions are based on information written on the tapes, or in the tape index in Box 73.  Designated items not part of the collection are signified by "NA."

2" 29  Orval Faubus, 18-year-old vote

3" 1  Bill Clinton, 5 30-second spots
3" 2  Bill Murray for Sheriff, 3 30-second spots
3" 3  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 4  Herb Marshall
3" 5  Bill Murray, 1 30-second spot, KFAY
3" 6  Don Murphy, Sherry Price
3" 7  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 8  Don Murphy, Peggy Thompson
3" 9  Don Murphy, Bill Walker
3" 10  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 11  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 12  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 13  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 14  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 15  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 16  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 17  NA
3" 18  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 18a  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 19  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 20  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 21  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 22  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 23  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 24  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 25  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 26  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 27  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 28  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 29  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 30  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 31  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 32  NA
3" 33  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 34  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 35  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 36  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 37  John Paul Hammerschmidt
3" 38  NA
3" 39  John Paul Hammerschmidt, interview (RESTRICTIONS APPLY.)
3" 39a  John Paul Hammerschmidt, interview (RESTRICTIONS APPLY.)
3" 40  Morriss Henry
3" 41  David Pryor
3" 42  Arthur B. Davidson
3" 43  Tom Jackson
3" 44  Clinton for Congress, jingle, 1974
3" 45  Cathy Hale
3" 46  Cathy Hale
3" 47  Joey Starr, 1 30-second spot
3" 48  Washington County Democrats, 2 30-second spots, 2 November 1972
3" 49  Bill Clinton, primary, 5 30-second spots
3" 50  Dale Bumpers, Bob Riley, Sterling F. Cockrill
3" 51  Don Gibson
3" 52  Mr. Quick, The Yellow Jacket
3" 53  Tiger tracks
3" 54  Impact of 18-year-old vote
3" 55  unknown

4" 1  Bill Murray, 6 30-second spots
4" 2  Orval Faubus, 2 30-second spots
4" 3  Dick Hoyt for Sheriff, 1 60-second spot, 17 May 1974
4" 4  Maurice Smith, appointment as chairman of Freedom to Work Committee
4" 5  Clinton for Congress, 1 60-second and 5 30-second spots, 1974
4" 6  Cecil Alexander, campaign director, Freedom to Work Committee
4" 7  Bill Clinton, June 11th run-off election, 3 30-second spots
4" 8  Bill Murray, 1 30-second spot, 1 November 1974
4" 9  Orval Faubus, 7 60-second spots, KFAY radio
4" 10  Committee for Quality Schools, 1975
4" 11  John Paul Hammerschmidt
4" 12  Raymond Mitchell
4" 13  Verd Parker, 4 November 1974
4" 14  Raymond Mitchell
4" 15  Bill Clinton
4" 16  Clinton for Congress, 1 60-second and 5 30-second spots, 25 October 1974
4" 17  Clinton for Congress, 1 5-minute program, 1 November 1974
4" 18  Ken Coon, 2 30-second spots
4" 19  Margaret Huntley
4" 20  Bill Murray for Sheriff, 4 30-second spots, 5 June 1974
4" 21  David Pryor, Fayetteville TV show promo, 10 June
4" 22  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 3 spots featuring Jack Justice, 3 spots featuring Pat Sowell, 22 October 1972
4" 23  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 6 30-second spots featuring Bob C. Worley, 22 October 1972
4" 24  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 3 spots: "The Ballot," "State Law," "This Guarantee;" 4 November 1972
4" 25  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 3 30-second spots featuring Buckner, 22 October 1972
4" 26  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 7 spots: "Worried," "Naturally Concerned," "Something Good," "Talk Straight," "Proud," "Three or Four," "Don't Know Much;" 15 October 1972
4" 27  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 3 30-second spots featuring Buckner, 22 October 1972
4" 28  Tucker for Attorney General, 5 30-second spots:  "Ethical Standards," "I'm Jim Guy Tucker," "Tried and Won," "Beyond Election Day," Rights of People;" 2 November 1972
4" 29  Pryor for Senate, 4 30-second spots, 7 May 1972
4" 30  Joe Purcell for Lieutenant Governor
4" 31  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 6 30-second spots featuring Dr. Davis, Jim Blair, and Don Tyson, 5 November 1972
4" 32  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 3 30-second spots: "I'm an Arkansas Railroader," "I'm Edith Flanigan," "6,000 Others;" 13 September 1972
4" 33  John Paul Hammerschmidt, 20 September
4" 34  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 4 30-second spots: "I'm Bill Reed," "Contracts," "Standards," "Everybody;" 15 October 1972
4" 35  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 6 30-second spots featuring Dr. Davis, Jim Blair, and Don Tyson, 5 November 1972
4" 36  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 3 30-second spots: "The Ballot," "State Law," "This Guarantee;" 4 November 1972
4" 37  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 4 30-second spots: "I'm Bill Reed," "Contracts," "Standards," "Everybody;" 15 October 1972
4" 38  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 6 30-second spots featuring Bob C. Worley, 22 October 1972
4" 39  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 1972
4" 40  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 3 30-second spots featuring Jack Justice, 3 30-second spots featuring Pat Sowell, 22 October 1972
4" 41  Repeal of Full Crew Law, George Clifford, Sam Cooke, Carl Kender, Jack Kilban, Wayne Russell, Lottie Shackleford, L.O. Wiker, 1972
4" 42  Repeal of Full Crew Law, Shipper's Committee, Region 10: Howard Byrd, Jerry Delosier, James Irwin, Penny Zarney, 1972
4" 43  Bumpers for Governor, 8 30-second spots, KFAY radio, 26 May 1972
4" 44  McClellan for Senate, 17 June 1972
4" 45  John McClellan
4" 46  John McClellan
4" 47  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 3 30-second spots: "I'm an Arkansas Railroader," "I'm Edith Flanigan," "6,000 Others;" 13 September 1972
4" 48  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 1 30-second spot featuring Berner, 1 October 1972
4" 49  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 1 30-second spot featuring Berner, 1 October 1972
4" 50  Clinton for Governor, 7 30-second spots: hazardous material, health care, utilities, farms, jobs, elderly, roads; 1978
4" 50a  Morriss Henry
4" 51  Morris Collier
4" 52  Sarah Walker, county collector
4" 53  Paul C. Davis
4" 54  Al Newton
4" 55  Bruce Crider
4" 56  Bruce Crider
4" 57  Clinton for Congress, 1 60-second, 5 30-second spots, 25 October 1974
4" 58  Clinton for Congress, 1 60-second, 2 30-second spots, 29 October 1974
4" 59  Bill Clinton, run-off election, 3 30-second spots
F 1  Discussion of sound recordings
F 2  Side 1: Debate on proposed "Rights of Labor" Amendment 59, J. Bill Becker and Jim Gilker, Fort Smith, June 1976
Side 2: Rebuttal arguments
F 3  Side 1: Huntsville Bicentennial Celebration, 23 August 1975, introductions by Charles Whorton, speeches by Orval Faubus; John Paul Hammerschmidt
Side 2: Hammerschmidt continued; Clinton for Congress, radio spots and jingles, 1974
F 4  University of Arkansas, 5 October 1976
Side 1: Ray Thornton, speech on voter registration
Side 2: Thornton continued; Bill Clinton, speech on Carter campaign
F 5  Side 1: Jimmy Carter, Law Day address, University of Arkansas, 12 April 1975
Side 2: Carter continued; David Pryor, address to organizational meeting of the 1975 Arkansas Constitutional Convention, Little Rock, 3 May 1975
F 6  George McGovern in Arkansas, June 1972; J. William Fulbright before General Assembly, February 1973
F 7  Issues and Answers, 26 May 1974
F 8  J. William Fulbright, concession speech, 28 May 1974
F 9  George McGovern, public address; McGovern, private address, part I
F 10  George McGovern, private address, part II
PS 1  KFAY, TFN 15 July 1976
PS 2  NECA 1976 Public Service Radio Announcements
PS 3  Arkansas Public Service Radio
PS 4  "1976: A Time to Grow,"  Campaign for Human Development, United States Catholic Conference
PS 5  The Chemotherapy Foundation, various professional athletes
PS 6  Josh McHughes; David Pryor; National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Arkansas Chapter
PS 7  U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Nursery Equipment Campaign
PS 8  U.S. Catholic, December 1976
PS 9  American Trucking Association, Inc., Safety Driving Program, 1976
PS 10  Hames Ware, "Velda Rose," Hot Springs Tourist Commission, 29 October 1976
PS 11  CB Antenna Safety, SWEPCO, September 1976
PS 12  Religion in the News, English Demo, August 1975
PS 13  "You'd Better Watch Out," Holiday Safety Radio Spots, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 1976
PS 14  "Consumers Count," U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
PS 15  Arkansas Forestry Association, recordings about timber industry
PS 16  Arkansas Forestry Association, Great Arkansas Forest Series, radio public service announcements
PS 17  CARE radio campaign, public service announcements by various celebrities
PS 18  Bicentennial public service spot
PS 19   United Fund, 10 September 1976
5" 1  Bill Murray
5" 2  Dick Hoyt
5" 3  David Stewart, 4 60-second spots, KKEG
5" 4  David Stewart, 4 60-second spots, KFAY
5" 5  Orval Faubus, 1 30-second spot
5" 6  Gene Rainwater, 1 60-second spot
5" 7  Wayne Hyden
5" 8  Pryor for Governor, 1 30-second spot, 17-22 October 1974
5" 9  Pryor for Governor, 1 30-second spot, 17-22 October 1974
5" 10  Pryor for Governor, 6 30-second spots, October-November 1974
5" 11  Act #9 Bond Issue
5" 12  Bill Long for Washington County Sheriff, 5 short spots, 15 May 1974
5" 13  Dick Hoyt for Sheriff, 1 60-second spot
5" 14  Bill Murray, 3 30-second spots, 1 November 1974
5" 15  Usury law, 2 30, 2 60-second spots, 30 October 1974
5" 16  Vol Lester, 29 October
5" 17  John McClellan
5" 18  Democratic Central Committee, 1 30-second spot
5" 19"  Gene Rainwater
5" 20  Hammerschmidt for Congress, 5 60-second spots
5" 21  Hammerschmidt for Congress, "Bartlett," 5-minute radio spot
5" 22  Hammerschmidt for Congress, "McCafree," 5-minute radio spot
5" 23  Pryor for Governor, 5 30-second spots, 1 May 1974
5" 24  Betty Burke, Jenny Henifeld, David Pryor, Denny Tune, Jim Van Patten, Wilbur Watson
5" 25  Herb Marshall, 4 30-second spots
5" 26  Phillip Taylor
5" 27  Dick Hoyt for Sheriff, 6 June 1974
5" 28  Raymond Mitchell
5" 29  Joe Ferguson, Bill McLard, David Pryor
5" 30  John Todd
5" 31  Jim Lindsey
5" 32  Clinton for Congress--six spots:  cattle production; federal aid (for western Arkansas only); concentration of power; inflation; federal aid (outside western Arkansas); education; 1974
5" 33  Clinton for Congress, 4 5-minute programs, 24 September 1974
5" 34  Bob Riley
5" 35  Bob Riley for Governor
5" 36  Clinton for Congress, 2 30-second, 1 60-second spots, KFAY radio, 25 September 1974
5" 37  Ken Coon
5" 38  Pryor for Governor, 1 30-second spot, Fayetteville rally, KFAY radio, 3 May 1974
5" 39  Pryor for Governor, 1-30 second spot, Fayetteville rally, KKEG radio, 3 May 1974
5" 40  William Hardin
5" 41  Fred Cowen, 15 minutes, 30 October 1974
5" 42  Rudy Moore
5" 43  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 1 30 second spot: "Legally Binding," 3 November 1972
5" 44  John Paul Hammerschmidt
5" 45  Hammerschmidt for Congress, 5 30-second radio spots
5" 46  Hammerschmidt for Congress, 5-minute radio program, "Bartlett"
5" 47  Hammerschmidt for Congress, 5 60-second radio spots
5" 48  Hammerschmidt for Congress, 5 30-second radio spots
5" 49  Hammerschmidt for Congress, 5-minute radio program, "McCafree"
5" 50  Repeal of Full Crew Law, 1 30-second spot: "Legally Binding," 3 November 1972
5" 51  Repeal of Full Crew Law, KFAY radio, 24 October 1972
5" 52  Bumpers for Senate, 5 60-second spots: tax reforms; campaign funding; leadership; inflation; election day; 24 May 1974
5" 53  Clinton for Congress, 4 5-minute radio programs: general; agriculture; inflation; education; 10 September 1974
5" 54  Clinton for Congress, 4 5-minute radio programs, 7 October 1974
5" 55  Dale Bumpers
5" 56  Arkansans for McGovern-Shriver, 12 60-minute spots, 1 November 1972
5" 57  Democratic Party speakers: Dale Bumpers, David Pryor, Joe Purcell, AM radio
5" 58  Democratic Party speakers: Dale Bumpers, David Pryor, Joe Purcell, FM radio
5" 59  Clinton for Congress--six spots:  cattle production; federal aid (for western Arkansas only); concentration of power; inflation; federal aid (outside western Arkansas); education; 1974
5" 60  Morris Collier
5" 61  Morris Collier
5" 62  Herbert Stout
5" 63  Bill Nelson
5" 64  Bill Long for Sheriff
5" 65  Rolla Fitch for Senator, District 13
5" 66  unknown
5" 67  Dick Latta
5" 68  Paul D. Peevy, 4 60-second spots
5" 69  Boyce Davis
5" 70  John Sugg
5" 71  Arthur B. Davidson, 1 May 1972
5" 72  Dick Latta for State Representative, District 11
5" 73  Ruth Roberts
5" 74  Bill Ramsey for State Representative, District 11
5" 75  Charles Stewart
5" 76  Bill Skelton
5" 77  Orval Faubus, 2 30-second spots
5" 78  George McGovern
5" 79  John Paul Hammerschmidt
5" 80  Phil Phillips
5" 81  Phil Phillips for Senate, 3 30-second spots, 22 May 1972
5" 82  Harold Duggar
5" 83  Charles Adams
5" 84  Perry Rushing
5" 85  Dick Hoyt
5" 86  Bruce Crider, 4 30-second spots, 24 October 1974
5" 87  Paul D. Peevy
5" 88  Arthur B. Davidson
5" 89  L.S. "Bunch" Kyle for Sheriff
5" 90  Harold Vowell
5" 91  Clinton for Congress, 4 5-minute radio programs: general; agriculture; inflation; education; 10 September 1974
5" 92  Clinton for Congress, 4 5-minute radio programs: small business/home building and three unidentified spots; 24 September 1974
5" 93  Clinton for Congress, 8 October 1974
5" 94  Bill Clinton, jingles
5" 95  McDougal for Congress, 3 30-second and 3 60-second spots on the candidate, social security, and economic policy, 1982
5" 96  Clinton for Governor, 5 30-second spots: experience, utilities, elderly, economic development, education; September-November 1978
5" 97  Clinton for Governor, 1 60-second, 1 30-second spot, 1978
5" 98  Clinton for Governor, 3 30-second spots: education, economic development, promises; 24 October 1980
5" 99  Clinton for Governor, endorsement by Bill Alexander, 29 October 1980
5" 100  Bill Clinton
5" 101  Bill Clinton
5" 101b  McDougal for Congress, 2 30-second spots: "Vacation;" "Magic;" 20 October 1982
5" 102  McDougal for Congress, 3 30-second spots: veterans, contributions, campaign issues; 5 October 1982
5" 103  McDougal for Congress, 5 30-second spots: "On the Go;"  "Save Social Security;" "67 Bills;" "Washington Staff;" "National Debt"; 22 September 1982 (there are two copies of tape 103)
5" 104  McDougal for Congress, 1 60-second spot, 7 October 1982
5" 105  McDougal for Congress, 3 60-second spots, 1982
5" 105a  McDougal for Congress, jingles, 1982
5" 106  David Pryor, 1978 Senate campaign radio, Part I:  March-April, 30 March 1983
5" 106a  David Pryor, 1978 Senate campaign radio, Part II:  May, 30 March 1983
5" 106b  David Pryor, 1978 Senate campaign radio, Part III: June, 30 March 1983
5" 106c  David Pryor, 1978 Senate campaign radio, Part IV: "JGT Contributors;" "Mr. Tucker;" "Empty Chair;" 30 March 1983
5" 107  Steve Smith, delegate to constitutional convention, District 24, 1 30-second spot
5" 108  McDougal for Congress, 1982
5" 109 McDougal for Congress, 1 30-second spot, 1982
5" 110 McDougal for Congress, 1 30-second spot, 1982
5" 111 McDougal for Congress, 1 30-second spot, 1982
5" 112  Clinton for Governor, 7 30-second spots: elderly, roads, efficiency, economic development, energy, education, general overview; 19 May 1980
5" 113  Joe Woodward
5" 114  Charles Johnson for Washington County Judge, 6 30-second spots, 1982
5" 115  Randall Mathis
5" 116  Randall Mathis
5" 117  Thomas "Mack" McClarty, Chamber of Congress, Little Rock, December 1983
5" 118  Thomas "Mack" McClarty, Chamber of Congress, Little Rock, December 1983
5" 119  David Newbern, 2 30-second spots: "Experience;" "On the Law;" 4 June 1984
5" 120  David Newbern, 2 30-second spots: "Experience;" "On the Law;" 4 June 1984
5" 121  David Newbern, 2 30-second spots: "Experience;" "On the Law;" 4 June 1984
5" 122  Clinton for Governor, 7 spots: roads, education, utilities, senior citizens, agriculture, business, experience; 1978
5" 123 Video tape; see RR5, Box 52
5" 124  Ted Boswell, news conference endorsing David Pryor for U.S. Senate, Little Rock, June 1972; Bill Clinton for Congress, radio spots, October 1974; J. William Fulbright, address to joint session of Arkansas General Assembly, Little Rock, February 1973; Fulbright, campaign speech, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, April 1974; George McGovern, conversation with Arkansas's convention delegates, introduced by Dale Bumpers, Governor's Mansion, Little Rock, 27 June 1972; George McGovern, campaign speech introduced by Joe Purcell, Little Rock, 27 June 1972; J. William Fulbright, concession speech, Little Rock, May 1974; George Wallace, address to joint session of the Arkansas General Assembly, 1973; Dale Bumpers and J. William Fulbright, debate, Issues and Answers, May 1974
5" 125 Sam Ervin, "Reflections on Watergate," University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 30 October 1975
7" 1  "Run Off 74," City Board Position 6: Russell T. Purdy, Raymond Mitchell; City Board Position 7: Morris Collier, Phillip H. Taylor; City Board Position 2: Jim Lindsey, John Todd
7" 2  "Rebuttal Statement," Bruce Crider, L.B. Gilbow, Vol Lester, 14 October 1974
7" 3  Paul D. Peevy, 5 minutes
7" 4  Amendment 57, opposition by ACORN
7" 5  Politics, 1972
7" 6  Clinton for Congress, 8 5-minute programs, (1) veterans, (2) labels,  (3) inflation 2, (4) communication, (5) foreign giveaways, (6) housing and small business,  (7) education, (8) "What One Congressman Can Do;" 1974
7" 7  Dale Bumpers
7" 8  Dale Bumpers, 5 5-minute radio programs
7" 9  Ted Boswell, 12 May 1972
7" 10  David Pryor
7" 11  John McClellan
7" 12  Vol Lester
7" 13  May 1978 Primary:  Kim Hendron; David Pryor; Ray Thornton; Bill Clinton; Ray Lee Steele; Carl Bonner; Steve Geigle; Al Norwood; Gordon Saxon; David Clinger; Kevin Powlik; Steve Clark; Travis Barnet; David Pryor, 6 30-second spots; Jim Guy Tucker, 11 30-second, 2 60-second spots; Paul Riviere, 2 30-second spots
7" 14  Clinton for Governor, 3 60-second spots:  accomplishments, jobs and taxes, taxes; 5 30-second spots: promises, education, elderly, "88 Million," "Bowen;" 24 October 1980
7" 15  Mark Hatfield, speech, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, 24 April 1975
7" 16
Side 1: Bill Clinton, campaign speech before Pulaski County Democratic Women's Club, Little Rock, 23 July 1974; Clinton for Congress, radio campaign jingles, September 1974; Ted Boswell, news conference endorsing David Pryor for U.S. Senate, Little Rock, June 1972; J. William Fulbright, address to joint session of Arkansas General Assembly, Little Rock, February 1973; Fulbright, campaign speech, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, April 1974
Side 2: Fulbright ASU address continued; Dale Bumpers and Fulbright, debate, Issues and Answers, May 1974; George McGovern, conversation with Arkansas's convention delegates, introduced by Dale Bumpers, Governor's Mansion, Little Rock, 27 June 1972; McGovern, campaign speech introduced by Joe Purcell, Little Rock, 27 June 1972
7" 17
Side 1: Grant Cooper address to Progressive Labor Party, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 5 February 1975; George S. Benson, "Is America Today's Rome?," 12 January 1975; Benson, "Roman Empire Relived," 19 January 1975
Side 2: Benson, "America Can Desert the Roman Pattern," 26 January 1975; "America Is Not Rome," 2 February 1975; "Communist Infiltration," 9 February 1975; "Who Will Speak for America?," 16 February 1975; "Detente and Self-Preservation," 23 February 1975; "Where Is the Security in Social Security?," 2 March 1975; "Why Social Security Is in Trouble," 9 March 1975; "Socialist Candidate for President," 16 March 1975
7" 18
Side 1: Pryor-McClellan Debate, June 1972; Dale Bumpers; Wilbur Mills, UALR rally, 28 September 1974
Side 2: Mills continued; Tom Wolf, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 2 April 1975
7" 19  Bud Dennis, 5 30-second spots; Herb Marshall, 6 15-second spots
7" 20  David Pryor, oral history interview 1983, Part I, 9 September 1983
7" 20a  David Pryor, oral history interview 1983, Part II, 9 September 1983
7" 20b  David Pryor, oral history interview 1983, Part III, 9 September 1983
7" 20c  David Pryor, oral history interview 1983, Part IV, 9 September 1983
7" 21  McDougal for Congress, 3 30-second spots, 1982
7" 22  ASU Public Radio Service, "The Story of Arkansas," Part I
7" 23  ASU Public Radio Service, "The Story of Arkansas," Part II
 
 

Video Tapes

The video tapes include both cassette and reel-to-reel tapes.  Series labeled Beta, VHS, and VTR are all cassette tapes.  The remaining series are various sizes of reel-to-reel tapes.  Item designations correspond to those assigned in the Archives; exceptions are some of the Beta and VHS, which were not assigned designations.  Also,  the RR tapes are reel-to-reel tapes that lacked an Archives designation.  Item descriptions are based on information written on the tapes.   Designated items not part of the collection are signified by "NA."

Beta 1  Bill Clinton, interview by Polly Crews, KLMN Fort Smith, 27 July 1979
Beta 2  NA
Beta 3  Hillary Rodham Clinton, interview, In Focus
Beta 4  Bill Clinton, "Bill Clinton: America's Youngest Governor," PM Magazine, KSLA-TV, 19 September 1979
Beta 5  Bill Clinton, election night coverage, NBC, 1978
Beta 6  Bill Clinton, election night coverage, ABC, 1978
Beta 7  Bill Clinton, gubernatorial campaign, 1978
Beta 8  Arkansas Credit Council, 3 30-second spots: "Dreams," "Furnace," "Empty Promise"
Beta 9  Democratic National Central Committee, commercials, 1982
Beta 10  Dale Bumpers and David Pryor, addresses to Rotary Club, January 1986; Pryor, town meeting, 30 August 1985, part 1
Beta 11 David Pryor, town meeting, 30 August 1985, part 2
Beta 12 Leach, 1 5-minute program, 1 30 second spot; Gillis, 1 2-minute, 1 30-second spots; Brown, 1 2-minute spot; Joe DiRosa, 1 30-second spot
Beta 13  unknown
VHS 1  NA
VHS 2  Constitutional Amendment Forum, 1984
VHS 3  Counseling political candidates; "1950s Politics--Arkansas Style;" gambling ads; Joe Woodward program
VHS 4  Dale Bumpers, town meeting; Benjamin Spock, birthday celebration
VHS 5  League of Women Voters--"Meet Your Candidates, 1984:" Bob Fairchild; Ralph Treat; Charles Howard; municipal judge candidates Smith, Williams, Crenshaw; city board candidates
VHS 6  Meet the Candidates--county judge; John Paul Hammerschmidt, interview, 4 January 1984; Tom McRae, "Quality Education in Arkansas," 29 September 1983; Thomas "Mack" McLarty, 27 January 1984
VHS 7  Gillis Long, Leach, Freeman, Hardy, Mary Evelyn Parker; Louisiana, 1978
VHS 8  Dale Bumpers and Asa Hutchinson, debate, senate, September 1986
VHS 9  Dale Bumpers
VHS 10  Bill Clinton, 12 spots
VHS 11  Bill Clinton, spots for congress, attorney general, governor; Woodward for Governor; Maxine Wilmuth for State Senator
VHS 12  Monroe Schwarztlose, interview, 1980
VHS 13  David Pryor, speech, introduced by Ron Bumpass, noon Rotary, 9 January 1986
VHS 14  Pryor for Senate, 1984
VHS 15  Pryor for Senate, spots, 1978
VHS 16  Bob Dole for President, "To the Stars through Difficulties"
VHS 17  Inaugural
VHS 18  Jim McDougal, campaign speeches, 1982
VHS 19  1982:  Jim McDougal, coverage of campaign; interview with four Democrats running for Congress
VHS 20  Madalyn Murray O'Hair, "Separation of Church and State," University of Arkansas, 25 March 1976
VHS 21  Energy conference, Arkansas State Department of Energy, 1979
VHS 22  "Nuclear War: The Present Danger," 23 January 1982; David Pryor, 3 March 1984; John Glenn, 3 March 1984; Dale Bumpers, 25 May 1984
VHS 23  Gary Hart, speech, presidential campaign, Fayetteville, 14 May 1984
VTR 1  Dale Bumpers, interview, "The Political Process"
VTR 2  NA
VTR 3  NA
VTR 4  Clinton for Governor, 3 30-second spots: "Education," "Jobs," "Promising Man;" 25 October 1980
VTR 5  Clinton for Governor, 2 30-second spots: "New Utilities," "New Children"
VTR 6  Clinton for Governor, 6 30-second spots: "Tough Decisions," "Family," "Utilities," "Jobs," "Children," "Elderly"
VTR 7  Bill Clinton, address on energy, KARK TV, 26 July 1979
VTR 8  NA
VTR 9  Bill Clinton, interview, "People, Places, and Polly," 27 July 1979
VTR 10  Bill Clinton, conversation with, KLMN 24, 10 November 1979
VTR 11  Bill Clinton, "A Summer With the 39th Infantry Brigade," Fort Chaffee, 1980
VTR 12  David Newbern, 1 30-second spot: "On the Law;" May 1984
VTR 13  Richard Osborne, 2 70-second, 2 30-seconds spots
2" VT 1  Clinton for Governor, 3 30-second spots: BC 111, BC 112, BC 113; 4 October 1978
2" VT 2  Clinton for Governor, 2 30-second spots: BC 109, BC 110; 2 May 1978
2" VT 3  Clinton for Governor, 3 30-second spots: BC 111, BC 112, BC 113; 12 October 1978
2" VT 4  Clinton for Governor, 7 30-second spots: BC 101, BC 102, BC 103, BC 104, BC 105, BC 106, BC 107; 12 October 1978
2" VT 5  Clinton for Governor, 2 30-second spots: BC 109, BC 110; 1978
2" VT 6  Clinton for Governor, 1 5-minute program: BC 108; 10 April 1978
2" VT 7  Pryor for Senate, 4 30-second spots: "Double Eagle," "$1 Billion," "Why I Want," "Farms;" 19 May 1978
2" VT 8  Pryor for Senate, 4 spots: "Important Decision," "Makes Sense," "Farms," "Take a Lesson;" 26 May 1978
2" VT 9  Pryor for Senate, 5 30-second shots, 8 June 1978
2" VT 10  Pryor for Senate, 1 30-second spot, 6 June 1978
2" VT 11  Clinton for Governor, 3 30-second spots, 26 October 1980
2" VT 12  Clinton for Governor, 19 May 1980
2" VT 13  Clinton for Governor, 7 30-second spots, 9 October 1978
2" VT 14  Clinton for Governor, 1 30-second spot, May 1980
2" VT 15  Clinton for Governor,  1 30-second spot, 19 May 1980
2" VT 16  Clinton for Congress, 1974
2" VT 17  Clinton for Congress, 1974
2" VT 18  Clinton for Attorney General, 2 30-second spots: T-30-193P-03, T-30-193P-04; 1976
2" VT 19  Clinton for Attorney General, 2 30-second spots:  T-30-193P-01, T-30-193P-02; 1976
2" VT 20  McDougal for Congress, 1982
2" VT 21  Maxine Wilmuth
RR 1  Madalyn Murray O'Hair, "Separation of Church and State," University of Arkansas
RR 2  Democratic National Committee, 6 30-second spots, 22 September 1982
RR 3  Ku Klux Klan rally
RR 4  unknown
RR 5  Note: This was originally labeled  "5"123" under the audio tapes.  Orval Faubus, Madison County Bicentennial Celebration, Huntsville, 23 August 1975
3" VT 1  Bill Clinton, 1 30-minute program
3" VT 2  Clinton for Governor, 1 30-minute program, 4 May 1978
3" VT 3  Clinton for Congress, 1 30-minute program, 1974
 

B Series Audio Tapes

These tapes are reel-to-reel recordings of the National Education Program's "Behind the News" show.  Reflecting a distinctly conservative Christian viewpoint, the show featured George Benson, president of Harding University in Searcy, until his retirement in April 1984.  Benson is the commentator on tapes 1-476.  His successor, J. Terry Johnson of Enterprise Square, Oklahoma, is the commentator on the remaining tapes.  Each tape is approximately  15 minutes long.  Because of the show's distinct perspective, a separate subject index has been created for the B Series Audio Tapes; it is located at the end of the collection index.  Item descriptions are based on information provided on the program cards in Box 74.

B 1  "How Big Is Too Big?  Future Generations Stripped of Investment Capital by Growth of Federal Spending--NOW," 6 April 1975
B 2  "Bicentennial Fraud: Group Makes Effort to Exploit Celebration for UN-American Purposes," 13 August 1975
B 3  "Profit Reporting to Destroy Profit: Press Reporting Misleading--Would Destroy Free Enterprise System," 20 April 1975
B 4  "Who Wants to Destroy the CIA: Communist Party USA Urges CIA Be Abolished," 27 April 1927
B 5  "Our Rebate World: Congress Uses REBATE Concept as Cover for Huge Deficit Spending," 4 May 1975
B 6  "Investigations: Congress Spends Millions for Political Investigations But Many Vital National Questions Go Unanswered," 11 May 1975
B 7  "Panama-Havana-Moscow Axis: State Department Actions Would Surrender Panama Canal Control," 18 May 1975
B 8  "A Warning to All Americans: American Technology and Strategic Goods Exported to Soviet Union Could Result in NATIONAL SUICIDE," 25 May 1975
B 9  "Why Starvation?  Hunger and Famine Used as Weapons to Achieve World Communist Domination," 1 June 1975
B 10  "Should Government Employees Strike?  Congressional Action Would Force Compulsory Bargaining on All Levels of Government," 8 June 1975
B 11  "Government by Regulation: States No Longer Have Check and Balance Power Intended by Founding Fathers--Federal Government Controls," 15 June 1975
B 12  "National Health Insurance: A Discussion of the High Cost of Health Care," 22 June 1975
B 13  "A Final Look at Vietnam: Communists Boast of Successful Plan to Create 'No Win' War Policy," 29 June 1975
B 14  "Will America Nationalize Industry?" 6 July 1975
B 15  "Election Reform Waste: Federal Courts Will Rule on New Election Law Reforms," 13 July 1975
B 16  "The Planning Bill: America to Become a Managed Society if Government Continues  It's[sic] Socialistic Trend," 20 July 1975
B 17  "Who Benefits from Detente: Detente Will Aid Communists in World Take Over," 27 July 1975
B 18  "Inflation: American People Ready for Austerity and Common Sense to Whip Inflation," 3 August 1975
B 19  "Nuclear Power . . . the Facts," 10 August 1975
B 20  "Who Is Against Planning: National Master Planning Legislation Is Sure Course to Socialistic Nation," 17 August 1975
B 21  "Phychological [sic] Warfare: Soviet Union Continues to Enslave World Without War With Guns," 24 August 1975
B 22  "Can a Government Go Bankrupt: Bankrup [sic] Government Would End All Checks to 44 Million Citizens," 31 August 1975
B 23  "We the People: America Needs to Restudy Reasons for Our Strength," 7 September 1975
B 24  "Communism and Free Labor," 14 September 1975
B 25  "Is Panama Only the Beginning?  Give-away of Panama Canal Is Dangerous Killing of Such a Treaty in Best Interest of Nation," 21 September 1975
B 26  "America's Cheapest Liquid: No Other Packaged Liquid Is as Cheap as Gasoline Is in America," 28 September 1975
B 27  "Slavery Endorsed . . . Helsinki Accord: Accord Will Result in Total Enslavement for Mankind by Communism . . . Or War," 5 October 1975
B 28  "Phony Propaganda . . . Peoples Bi-Centennial Commission: Phony Commission Drawing Support by Fraud . . . A Warning," 12 October 1975
B 29 "Soviet Military Power: Can the World Afford to Allow Us to Become Second-Rate in Naval Power?," 19 October 1975
B 30 "United States Day: Reflecting on the Difference Between the U.S. Constitution and the UN Charter," 26 October 1975
B 31  "Crisis in Education: In Spite of Vast Spending for Education 21 Million Americans Can Neither Read or Write," 2 November 1975
B 32  "Big Government: Wage Earners Pay 80 Percent of Total Cost of Government--Increasing Each Year," 9 November 1975
B 33  "Misquoting History: History Records Ten Great Truisms Which All Americans Need to Remember . . . ," 16 November 1975
B 34  "America's Next Chapter: Politicians Have Lost and Betrayed the Confidence of Most Americans," 23 November 1975
B 35 "World Peace . . . Communist Style: Innocent Americans Joining in Sponsorship of Communist Front 'World Peace Council' Program," 30 November 1975
B 36 "The War Has Begun: These Are Days That Call for Deep Loyalty to the Americans [sic] System by All Citizens," 7 December 1975
B 37  "Should New York Be 'Bailed Out': Is It Right That Tax Dollars of U.S. Workers Be Diverted to Cover Debts of Wasteful City?," 14 December 1975
B 38  "Curing the Nations [sic] Ills: Is America 'A Land Above All Lands' to the Lord?," 21 December 1975
B 39  "What About the ERA?  Where in All of the World Do Women Have More Than Is the Lot of the American Woman?," 28 December 1975
B 40  "Whither the UN?  UN Support Weakening Among American Voters and Congress," 30 March 1975
B 41  "Law of the Seas: Who Will Develop Sea-Bed Resources?," 23 March 1975
B 42  "America on the Move: Nation Leads World in Advancements and Mode of Transportation by Profit Motive," 4 January 1976
B 43  "America's Religious Heritage: America Founded on Religious Freedom," 11 January 1976
B 44  "The Distance of 200 Years," 18 January 1976
B 45  "The Future of Detente," 25 January 1976
B 46  "Agri-Power," 1 February 1976
B 47  "Rules of Law . . . or Regulation?," 8 February 1976
B 48  "Terrorist War Declaration," 15 February 1976
B 49  "The Fork in the Road," 22 February 1976
B 50  "Can America Live Without Intelligence?," 29 February 1976
B 51  "Have We Begun to Nationalize?," 7 March 1976
B 52  "What About MCPL?," 14 March 1976
B 53  "Renewed Effort Toward World Government," 21 March 1976
B 54  "One Man Secret Agreements," 28 March 1976
B 55  "Government Destroying Golden Goose," 4 April 1976
B 56  "Bicentennial Message," 11 April 1976
B 57  "Congress Needs Investigating," 18 April 1976
B 58  "Can America Afford Foreign Aid," 22 April 1976
B 59  "The Greatest Danger to Freedom," 2 May 1976
B 60  "The Panama Canal Giveaway," 9 May 1976
B 61  "A Strategy for Freedom," 16 June [sic] 1976
B 62  "What the Fourth Is All About," 23 May 1976
B 63  "The Disappearing Farm Families," 30 May 1976
B 64  "Fraud in High Places," 6 June 1976
B 65  "Solving the Problem of Crime," 13 June 1976
B 66  "Tell Us the Truth," 20 June 1976
B 67  "Warm Up for Revolution," 27 June 1976
B 68  "What America Is Not," 4 July 1976
B 69  "House Cleaning in Congress," 11 July 1976
B 70  "Playing Politics With Unemployment," 18 July 1976
B 71  "Equal Justice for All," 25 July 1976
B 72  "Will Regulations Destroy Freedom?," 1 August 1976
B 73  "New Age of Religious Repression in USSA [sic]," 8 August 1976
B 74  "Forked Tongue Diplomacy," 15 August 1976
B 75  "The Price of Civilized Society," 22 August 1976
B 76  "What Happened to the Panama Canal?," 29 August 1976
B 77  "Discrimination Among Thieves," 5 September 1976
B 78  "What About the Republic of China?," 12 September 1976
B 79  "Korea and the Constitution," 19 September 1976
B 80  "Constitution Week . . . 1976," 26 September 1976
B 81  "Congress Refuses to Reform," 3 October 1976
B 82  "The Problem of Divestiture," 10 October 1976
B 83  "World Money for World Government," 17 October 1976
B 84  "Restoring the Honor of Congress," 24 October 1976
B 85  "Freedom Day," 31 October 1976
B 86  "Now the Elections Are Over," 7 November 1976
B 87  "Profit . . . The Energy of Freedom," 14 November 1976
B 88  "Capital . . . The Fuel of Plenty," 21 November 1976
B 89  "America Capitalism as an Economic System: A Perspective," 28 November 1976
B 90  "Private Enterprise Essential to Human Freedom," 5 December 1976
B 91  "Natural Gas Price Controls--Pennywise, But Pound-foolish," 12 December 1976
B 92  "Restoring Confidence," 19 December 1976
B 93  "Panama Moratorium Is Over," 26 December 1976
B 94  "Crises in Taxation," 2 January 1977
B 95  "Meeting Rising Health Costs," 9 January 1977
B 96  "Determining the Third Century," 16 January 1977
B 97  "What About Civil Defense," 23 January 1977
B 98  "Economic Growth," 30 January 1977
B 99  "America's No. 1 Problem," 6 February 1977
B 100  "Energy Conservation," 13 February 1977
B 101  "Public Financing . . . A Political Fraud," 20 February 1977
B 102  "America's Third Century," 27 February 1977
B 103  "Threat of ERA," 6 March 1977
B 104  "Fiscal Policy," 13 March 1977
B 105  "What Is Russia's Purpose," 20 March 1977
B 106  "What Is Detente?," 27 March 1977
B 107  "Not of One Mind," 3 April 1977
B 108  "Looking Ahead," 10 April 1977
B 109  "Freedom to Dream," 17 April 1977
B 110  "Freedom to Compete," 24 April 1977
B 111  "Automatic Screening of Management," 1 May 1977
B 112  "High Investment in Tools," 8 May 1977
B 113  "Personal Freedom for Employees," 15 May 1977
B 114  "Progress Stymid [sic] by Federal Regulation," 22 May 1977
B 115  "The Role of Small Business," 29 May 1977
B 116  "Top Secret Documents," 5 June 1977
B 117  "The Policies Adopted by the Top Secret Documents--NSC 68," 12 June 1977
B 118  "Part III: The Top Secret Documents," 19 June 1977
B 119  "The Top Secret Document--Part IV," 26 June 1977
B 120  "American Labor Leaders Hold the Key," 3 July 1977
B 121  "Planning and Controlling Lives," 10 July 1977
B 122  "Farmers Take the Brunt Again," 17 July 1977
B 123  "Why Do People Refuse to Believe the Truth About Communism?," 24 July 1977
B 124  "Facts About Profits," 31 July 1977
B 125  "Profits Are Essential for Progress," 7 August 1977
B 126  "How to Get More Oil and Gas," 14 August 1977
B 127  "Getting Back to Basics," 21 August 1977
B 128  "Is Talking Enough?," 28 August 1977
B 129  "The Problem," 4 September 1977
B 130  "Energy," 11 September 1977
B 131  "Energy--Part Two," 18 September 1977
B 132  "What Is Communism?," 25 September 1977
B 133  "America's Number One Problem," 2 October 1977
B 134  "How Free Private Enterprise Works," 9 October 1977
B 135  "The Energy Problem;" "The Labor Reform Act of 1977;" "Artificial Controls;" 9 October 1977
B 136  "The Administration's Labor Bill Analyzed," 16 October 1977
B 137  "Cuba--A Regimented Society;" "The Panama Canal Issue;" "Who Negotiated the Canal Treaty?;" 16 October 1977
B 138  "Is Panama--Another Domino?," 23 October 1977
B 139  "If I Were America's Enemy," 23 October 1977
B 140  "Why Persistent Unemployment in America;" "America's Growing Debt;" "Experience and Success;" 30 October 1977
B 141  "Cuba--A Regimented Society;" 30 October 1977
B 142  "The Origin of Terrorism;" "Terrorism Rooted in Class Warfare;" "Terrorism Is a Tactic;" 6 November 1977
B 143  "A Key Internal Problem;" "A Model Pattern;" "Cooperation Is the Key;" 13 November 1977
B 144  "A Proposed Rake-Off;" "Communism and Anti-Communism;" "Is Torrijos a Communist?;" 20 November 1977
B 145  "The Family Home Is Eroding;" "Saving the Family Home;" "What Is the Crisis?;" 27 November 1977
B 146  "How to Save $40 Billion;" "The Strategic Value of South Africa;" "Critical Uncertainties;" 4 December 1977
B 147  "Steel Industry in Trouble;" " 11 December 1977
B 148  "The Soviet Union, Yes?  Cuba, No?;" "The FBI Under Fire;" "FBI Still Under Fire;" 18 December 1977
B 149  "A Right to Be Equal?;" "The New Trend;" "The American Reward;" 25 December 1977
B 150  "The Modern Miracle;" "The Japanese Miracle (Continued);" "The Modern Miracle (Continued)," 8 January 1978
B 151  "The Japanese Miracle (Continued);" "Backing Our American Heritage;" 15 January 1978
B 152  "One Reasons [sic] for Strikes;" "A Communist Evaluation of Strikes;" "Communism and Strikes;" 22 January 1978
B 153  "A Tremendous Challenge;" "Another Bureaucratic Dream;" "The Cure for Inflation;" 29 January 1978
B 154  "This Is My Country;" "Current Problem Facing Congress;" "A Major Problem With Many Facets;" 5 February 1978
B 155  "What About the Money of All Us Americans;" "Remedy for National Over-Spending;" "The Beginning of an Awakening;" 12 February 1978
B 156  "A New Way of Making Money;" "America's Image Abroad;" "Gas and Oil--Still a Problem;" 19 February 1978
B 157  "It Is Time for Something;" "A Secret Revealed;" "The Panama Canal;" 26 February 1978
B 158  "Problems;" "Government Spending;" "Employment and Unemployment;" 5 March 1978
B 159  "Americans Now Being Heard;" "What Are the Communists Thinking About Today?;" "Regulation-itis;" 12 March 1978
B 160  "Money Matters in America;" "Where a Lot of Your Tax Dollars Go;" "A Closer Look at Salt II;" 19 March 1978
B 161  "America's Most Serious Threat;" "Fundamentals of Americanism;" "Two Serious Warnings;" 26 March 1978
B 162  "A Threat to Private Enterprise;" "He Wonders and I Wonder;" "Another Major Threat to America's Future;" 2 April 1978
B 163  "Communism Advancing in North Africa;" "Communist Policy Continued;" "Taxation Is the Great Enemy of Human Rights;" 9 April 1978
B 164  "A Change in American Tax Policy;" "Taxes Driving America Toward Collectivism;" "A New Purpose in Tax Policy;" 16 April 1978
B 165  "Restraint Needed;" "Cooperation Needed;" "The Amazing Increase of Federal Taxation in America;" 23 April 1978
B 166  "German Prosperity;" "Balanced Strength;" "Be Realistic;" 30 April 1978
B 167  "Balance Required;" "An Endangered Species;" "Endangered American Rights;" 7 May 1978
B 168  "America's Policy of Appeasement;" "What Happened to the Monroe Doctrine?;" "A New Ford Venture;" 14 May 1978
B 169  "American Ingenuity at Work;" "It's Military Policy;" "Wage Trends Through 1978;" 21 May 1978
B 170  "Growing Communist Influence in Mexico;" "It Doesn't Make Sense;" "Growing Communist Influence in America;" 28 May 1978
B 171  "World Spotlight on Namibia (continued),"  4 June 1978
B 172  "What Is the National Education Program Headquartered at Searcy, Arkansas?,"11 June 1978
B 173  "Personal Freedom in Russia;" "A Public Message to Congressmen;" 18 June 1978
B 174  "Why Two Classes?;" "Private Colleges Face Troubles;" "Terrorism and Vandalism Wrenching Dilemmas;" 25 June 1978
B 175  "America and Her National Debt;" "Capital Formation;" 2 July 1978
B 176  "Religion in America;" "Benjamin Franklin on Religion in America;" "Alexis de Tocqueville on Religion in America;"  9 July 1978
B 177  "The Great Conflict;" "Another Important Country Falls to the Communists;" 16 July 1978
B 178  "Industry--The Pride of a Nation;" "Mis-guided Tax Policies;" "America's Economic System;" 23 July 1978
B 179  "Human Rights and Common Sense;" "Human Rights--Unequal Application;" "Modern-Day Civil War;" 30 July 1978
B 180  "The Civil War Between Government and Steel," 6 August 1978
B 181  "What Is Americanism?;" "Taxpayer Revolt;" "Why Do So Few Americans Vote?;" 13 August 1978
B 182  "Early America;" "The Power to Tax Is the Power to Kill;" "Solzhenitsyn on the Decline of the West;" 20 August 1978
B 183  "The Golden Fleece;" "Solzhenitsyn on American Crime;" 27 August 1978
B 184  "The Right of Private Property;" "How Communism Operates;" "A Communist Weakness;" 3 September 1978
B 185  "Farmers Face Financial Famine;" "Our Own Worst Enemy;" "The Test of Private Ownership;" 10 September 1978
B 186  "Friend or Foe;" "Too Much Government;" "Over-taxes and Over-regulated;" 17 September 1978
B 187  "Where Is America Going;" "The Supreme Court Speaks;" "America Is Changing;" 24 September 1978
B 188  "Medicine--Up for Grabs?;" "The U.S.A. Medical Record;" "Medicine in Great Britain;" 1 October 1978
B 189  "Communist Tactics," 8 October 1978
B 190  "The Legacy of Edward Hunter;" "Yogoda's Experiment;" 15 October 1978
B 191  "More Learning in Today's Schools?;" "Teaching Fundamentals in High School;" "Returning to Basics in American Schools;" 22 October 1978
B 192  "Will the Communists Cooperate With Us?;" "Contrasting Americanism and Communism;" "What to Do About Communism;" 29 October 1978
B 193  "Can We Trust?;" "Words Mean Nothing;" "The Warning of Demosthenes;" 5 November 1978
B 194  "The War Called Salt II;" "Soviets Changed for the Better?;" "Communists Plan to Encircle Us;" 12 November 1978
B 195  "Soviets Still Talk of World Conquest;" "Encirclement and Demoralization;" "The Revolutionaries Abroad Have a Slogan;" 19 November 1978
B 196  "From York College;" "What Choices Have We?;" "Who Makes Choices?;" 26 November 1978
B 197  "A Right to Rescind;" "Men Are Asking Questions;" "Rescinding State Vote on ERA;" 3 December 1978
B 198  "Charmed by Our Enemies;" "Regarding Chou En-Lai;" "Regarding Communism;" 10 December 1978
B 199  "The Unconstitutional and Inflationary Tax System;" "New Purposes of Taxation;" "Materialism;" 17 December 1978
B 200  "A Worthwhile Memory;" "Douglas MacArthur Was a Hero;" "The Japanese Surrender;" 24 December 1978
B 201  "Incredible Waste;" "Washington Waste;" "Examples of Washington Waste;" 31 December 1978
B 202  "Sons of the American Revolution Speak;" "The U.S. Constitution;" "The Miracle of Philadelphia;" 7 January 1979
B 203  "Facts About South Africa;" "Strategic Value of South Africa;" "South Africa's Importance;" 14 January 1979
B 204  "Factors Involved in Recognizing Red China;" "Russia Is an Example;" "Why the Decision to Recognize Red China?;" 21 January 1979
B 205 "Priorities;" "Making Choices;" "Germany's Choice;" 28 January 1979
B 206 "More About the Recognition of Red China;" "Human Rights;" "A Message for Israel;" 4 February 1979
B 207  "More About the Recognition of Red China;" "Taiwan Jeopardized;" "A Hasty Decision;" 11 February 1979
B 208  "The Case of Sweden;" "Sweden Seeks the Answer;" "Private Enterprise Is the Answer;" 18 February 1979
B 209  "It Has Proved Itself;" "Liberal American Aid;" "Reliance on America;" 25 February 1979
B 210  "Whose War on Poverty?;" "Counting the Cost;" "Public Welfare;" 4 March 1979
B 211  "Productivity Holds the Key;" "Increasing Productivity;" "Value of Investment;"11 March 1979
B 212  "A Time for Truth;" "Private Enterprise and Freedom;" "Private Ownership--Key to Freedom;" 18 March 1979
B 213  "Cults: When Will We Hear From Them Again;" "How Cults Work;" "Cults Concern Us All;" 25 March 1979
B 214  "Our Real American Heritage;" "Our Heritage of Limited Government;" "Our Heritage of Freedom of Choice;" 1 April 1979
B 215  "What's Happening to Our Money?;" "What Is Inflation?;" "Why Does Government Bring On Inflation?;" 8 April 1979
B 216  "Tasks of Economic Organization;" "Under Free Enterprise How Do We Determine What to Produce?;" "How Does Free Enterprise Choose Methods?;" 15 April 1979
B 217  "Who Gets How Much of What?  (Tasks of Economic Organization Part 2);" "Who Determines Your Job?;" "Importance of Saving;" 22 April 1979
B 218  "Communist Tactics Strategy and Objectives;" "War With Communism;" "Communist Successes;" 29 April 1979
B 219  "Energy Crisis;" "Is There Really An Energy Crisis?;" "More on the Energy Crisis and Its Solutions;" 6 May 1979
B 220  "Who's Regulating Whom;" "Bureaucratic Confession;" "Overlapping Instructions;" 13 May 1979
B 221  "The Trilateral Commission;" "The Foundation and the Trilateral Commission;" "The Trilateral Commission and the Carter Administration;" 20 May 1979
B 222  "Prelude to Salt II;" "Analysis Salt II;" "Concern Over Salt II;" 27 May 1979
B 223  "You Get What You Pay For;" "Who Pays the Bills;" "Investment Capital Is the Key Word;" 3 June 1979
B 224  "A Proposal to Help Destroy Private Enterprise;" "Oil Price Decontrol;" "The Attack on Property Rights;" 10 June 1979
B 225  "Oil Profits--Knowing vs Believing;" "Oil Profits--The Function and Nature of Profits;" "Oil Profits--The Truth About Oil Profits;" 17 June 1979
B 226  "It's Time to Change Direction;" "Constitutional Amendment to Balance the Budget;" "Tax Limitation;" 24 June 1979
B 227  "A Basic Economic Truth;" "Government Spending;" "How to Cut Government Spending;" 1 July 1979
B 228 "Future of Free Enterprise;" "The Profit Motive;" "The Free, Competitive Market;" 8 July 1979
B 229  "The Softening Up Process;" "Background to Salt;" "Mutual Assured Destruction;" 15 July 1979
B 230  "The Desire for Peace;" "Detente and Salt;" "Analysis of Salt II;" 22 July 1979
B 231  "Provisions of Salt II;" "Basic Flaws in Salt II;" "The People and Salt II;" 29 July 1979
B 232  "The Nature of Economics;" "The Free Market;" "Willing Versus Unwilling Exchange;" 5 August 1979
B 233  "Basis of the Ideological Struggle;" "The Free Competitive Market;" "Von Mises on the Free Market;" 12 August 1979
B 234  "Gasoline Shortage--Government Responsibility;" "Oil Price Controls;" "Environmentalist-Caused Energy Crisis;" 19 August 1979
B 235  "Energy and Economic Freedon [sic];" "The Windfall Profits Tax;" "More on Windfall Profits Tax;" 26 August 1979
B 236  "Interrelationship of Energy Markets;" "Our Coal Potential;" "Effect of Price Controls;" 2 September 1979
B 237  "The Government Gas Shortage;" "Effect of Environmentalism on Energy Production;" "Oil Prices and Profits;" 9 September 1979
B 238  "Windfall Profits Tax;" "More On Windfall Profits Tax;" "Oil Company Profits;" 16 September 1979
B 239  "The Path to Bondage;" "Affirmative Action;" "Freedoms Lost;" 23 September 1979
B 240  "Our Loss of Confidence in Government;" "Freedom: a Total Concept;" "A Close Look at the Weber Case;" 30 September 1979
B 241  "Cost of Government Regulations;" "Government Regulation;" "More On Costs of Government Regulations;" 7 October 1979
B 242  "Cost of Government Regulations;" "More On Costs of Government Regulations;" "What Can Be Done About Regulation Costs?;" 14 October 1979
B 243  "The Red Tide Rolls in Nicaragua;" "The Phony Human Rights Issue;" "Nicaragua Goes Red With U.S. Aid;" 21 October 1979
B 244 "Nicaragua Under the Sandinistas;" "Carter Administrations Responsibility for the Loss of Nicaragua;" "Central American Dominoes;" 28 October 1979
B 245  "Loss of the Freedom to Know;" "The Fairness Doctrine;" "Federal Urban Renewal;" 4 November 1979
B 246  "Soviet Combat Troops in Cuba;" "Causes of the Second Cuban Crisis;" "How to Prevent Further Intelligence Failures;' 11 November 1979
B 247  "Second Cuban Crisis;" "Failure of U.S. Intelligence;" Soviet Pressures [sic] Tactics;" 18 November 1979
B 248  "Economic Impact of Government Regulations;" "Chrysler Corporation Problem;" "More On the Chrysler Problem;" 25 November 1979
B 249  "Inflation--Our Number One Problem;" "Consumer Price Index Measures Inflation;" "Inflation Discourages Thrift;" 2 December 1979
B 250  "Establishment of the Federal Reserve System;" "How Money Is Created;" "Creating Money Out of Thin Air;" 9 December 1979
B 251  "What the Economists Mean;" "Something-for-Nothing Attitude;" "Deficit Spending;" 16 December 1979
B 252  "The Confiscation of Savings;" "How the Fed Increases the Money Supply;" "The Fractional Reserve Multiplier;" 23 December 1979
B 253  "Chrysler Loan Guarantee;" "The Consequences of High Interest Rates;" "Why Interest Rates Are So High;" 30 December 1979
B 254  "Origin of the Iranian Crisis;" "The Iranian Crisis;" "The Anthony Dollar Fiasco;" 6 January 1980
B 255  "Importance of Basic Principles;" "Freedom and Responsibility;" "Lessons of History;" 13 January 1980
B 256  "The Sagebrush Rebellion;" "More on the Sagebrush Rebellion;" "There Are Similarities;" 20 January 1980
B 257  "The Minimum Wage;" "Moral Decay;" "Aliens and the Censud [sic];" 27 January 1980
B 258  "Four Basic Points;" "Four Basic Points--Continued;" "Four Basic Points--Conclusion;" 3 February 1980
B 259  "Soviet Conquest of Afghanistan;" "Afghanistan and Policy Changes;" "Our Response to the Challenge;" 10 February 1980
B 260  "An Astonishing Statement;" "An Important Question;" "The Soviet Objective;" 17 February 1980
B 261  "Chrysler Loan Guarantee;" "The Windfall Profits Tax;" "Possible Punitive Gasoline Tax;" 24 February 1980
B 262  "Potential for War;" "The Beluchistan Spark;" "Economic Warfare;" 2 March 1980
B 262a  "There Is Good News With the Bad News;" "Have We Learned Our Lesson?;" "Boycotting the Olympics;" 9 March 1980
B 263  "The New Budget;" "Guns or Butter;" "Discount Rates Goes [sic] Up;" 16 March 1980
B 264  "Basic Premise;" "The Source of Government Funds;" "The Consumer Price Index and You;" 23 March 1980
B 265  "Foreign Affairs A General Concern;" "Communist Cover-up;" "Communists Reveal Their Goals;" 30 March 1980
B 266  "The Lessons of History;" "Soviet Plans for War;" "Soviet Conquest of the Third World;" 6 April 1980
B 267  "Deja Vu;" "The Republic of the United States of America;" "The Spirit of Individualism;" 13 April 1980
B 268  "Demand for a Balanced Budget;" "Why Inflation Raises Prices;" "It's Time to 'Bite the Bullet';" 20 April 1980
B 269  "Equality;" "Equality by Law;" "On Responsibility;" 27 April 1980
B 270  "Growth in Government Spending;" "Effects of Taxation;" "Is a Balanced Budget the Answer?;" 4 May 1980
B 271  "Our Market Economy;" "Turning Retirees Into Charity Cases;" "How Inflation Harms the Savers;" 11 May 1980
B 272  "The Strange Silence About Communism;" "Need to Understand Communism;" "Communist Doctrine;" 18 May 1980
B 273  "Behind the Windfall Profits Tax;" "Consequences of Windfall Profits Tax;" "Windfall Profits Tax a Disaster;" 25 May 1980
B 274  "Events in World War III;" "China and Korea in World War III;" "The Soviets Are Still Winning World War III;" 1 June 1980
B 275  "The Loss of Iran;" "The Loss of Rhodesia;" "The Threat to South Africa;" 8 June 1980
B 276  "Moral Decay;" "Political Decay;" "Economic Decay;" 15 June 1980
B 277  "The First Step;" "Funds for Defense;" "The All Volunteer Force;" 22 June 1980
B 278  "Importance of Private Property;" "The Free Market;" "The Role of Profit;" 29 June 1980
B 279  "Speech by Dr. Judd--Part I;" "Speech by Dr. Judd--Part II;" "Speech by Dr. Judd--Part III;" 6 July 1980
B 280  "NATO--Mid East Visit by Dr. C.L. Clay (Guest Speaker);" 13 July 1980
B 281  "Tax Freedom Day;" "Tax and Tax, Spend and Spend, Elect and Elect;" "Cause and Effect;" 20 July 1980
B 282  "Government Spending Is Out of Control;" "Beyond the Precipice;" "Why Taxes Must Be Cut;" 27 July 1980
B 283  "Confidence in Business;" "Misconceptions About Profit;" "Therapy for the Anti-Business Mentality;" 3 August 1980
B 284  "Our America;" "The American System Over the Long Pull;" "America Invaded by Foreign Philosophies;" 10 August 1980
B 285  "Foreign Aid: The Beginning;" "Foreign Aid: Objectives;" "Foreign Aid: Results;" 17 August 1980
B 286  "Foreign Aid: Costs;" "Foreign Aid: World-Wide Redistribution;" "Foreign Aid:  The Right Way;" 24 August 1980
B 287  "Trouble in Motorland;" "Ideas Have Consequences;" "Auto Demand Is Elastic;" 31 August 1980
B 288  "OPEC;" "Oil Prices;" "Danger of Recycled OPEC Funds;" 7 September 1980
B 289  "Productivity Is Basic," 14 September 1980
B 290  "Current Problems;" "Busing" [sic]; "Remember?;" 21 September 1980
B 291  "Government Decreed Discrimination;" "Races Don't Have Rights;" "Discrimination to End Discrimination;" 28 September 1980
B 292  "National Affairs Briefing;" "The Pro-Family Issue;" "Reaction and Promise;" 5 October 1980
B 293  "The Eternal Struggle for Freedom;" "Illuminating Ideas;" "Reaching Youth;" 12 October 1980
B 294  "Changing Values;" "On Losing Greatness;" "Secular Humanism;" 19 October 1980
B 295  "An Idea Whose Time Has Come;" "Religion and Politics;" "Duties of a Christian Citizen;" 26 October 1980
B 296  "Relationshio [sic] of Oil Prices to Supplies;" "OPEC's Best Friend;" "There's More Where That Came From;" 2 November 1980
B 297  "Moral Indignation;" "What Is Humanism?;" "Values Clarification;" 9 November 1980
B 298  "One National Voting Time Has Just Passed;" "America's Current Fiscal Status;" "American Foreign Policies;" 16 November 1980
B 299  "Financing Complexities;" "The Best Government;" "Left and Right;" 23 November 1980
B 300  "The Status of Patriotism;" "What Is Patriotism?;" "A Return to Patriotism;" 30 November 1980
B 301  "Economic Thinking;" "Increasing Scarcity;" "Protectionism;" 7 December 1980
B 302  "The Real Meaning of November 4;" "A Change in Direction;" "Promises for the Future;" 14 December 1980
B 303  "The Second Half;" "What Is at Stake;" "What You Can Do;" 21 December 1980
B 304  "Back to Square One;" "Diagnosis and Understanding;" "Beliefs and Truths;" 28 December 1980
B 305  "Playing with Matches;" "Some Basic Facts;" "What Happened?;" 4 January 1981
B 306  "The Way It Was;" "Taxes Or Growth;" "Individualism vs. Commonism;" 11 January 1981
B 307  "Does the Future For America Tragedy or Triumph?;" "America Helped Other People;" "Understanding Is Increasing;" 18 January 1981
B 308  "Secular Humanism;" "Basic Tenets of Humanism;" "The Humanist Manifestos;" 25 January 1981
B 309  "Humanism: A Religion;" "The Established Religion;" "Humanist Control of America;" 1 February 1981
B 310  "Aid to Communist Nations;" "Aid to Poland;" "Socialism: Colossal Rationalization;" 8 February 1981
B 311  "Why Interest Rates Have Soared;" "Cheap Money Means Inflation;" "Taking the Cure;" 15 February 1981
B 312  "Master or Servant?;" "Socialism;" "The Animating Idea;" 22 February 1981
B 313  "The Origin of Money;" "Functions of Money;" "Money vs Wealth;" 1 March 1981
B 314  "Money and Prices;" "What Is Money;" "The Dollar Problem;" 8 March 1981
B 315  "Control of Money;" "The Power to Coin Money;" "Private Gold-Backed Money;" 15 March 1981
B 316  "Distruction [sic] of the Dollar;" "The Gold Standard;" "Return to Gold;" 22 March 1981
B 317  "Confiscation of Wealth;" "The Way to Sound Money;" "Gold Now--or Later;" 29 March 1981
B 318  "The Revolution Was;" "$150,000 Gold;" "Welfare or Democracy;" 5 April 1981
B 319  "Committee to Fight Inflation;" "Spending Cuts;" "Unshackling Business;" 12 April 1981
B 320  "Gains at the Expense of Others;" "Can We Reverse the Tide?;" "The Choice;" 19 April 1981
B 321  "Food Stamps;" "Not the End But the Means;" "Why Not Workfare?;" 26 April 1981
B 322  "The Basic Reference;" "Refreshing Realism;" "Sound Premises Lead to Sound Conclusions;" 3 May 1981
B 323  "Our Once-Free Economy;' "Controls Prevent Progress;" "Free Enterprise Is Natural;" 10 May 1981
B 324  "Reaction Against Realism;" "Soviet Aims;" "At Last: An Anti-Communism Foreign Policy;" 17 May 1981
B 325  "The Climate Is Right;" "We Have No Internal Security;" "Causes of 'Zero Internal Security;'" 24 May 1981
B 326  "Crimes Against the State;" "The Assault on Internal Security;" "The Handcuffed FBI;" 31 May 1981
B 327  "Our Flag: A Symbol;" "The Most Beautiful Flag;" "Can We Wave the Flag Too Much?;" 7 June 1981
B 328 "Toward Soviet America;" "Revolution Underway;" "Communist Plans For You;" 14 June 1981
B 329  "Back at 'Square One;'" "Treason From Within;" "Restoring Internal Security;" 6 June 1981
B 330  "Independence Day;" "The Declaration;" "The Signers;" 28 June 1981
B 331  "Suggested Basics;" "Man's Rights;" "Government;" 5 July 1981
B 332  "Democracy;" "Boys State;" "Boys Nation;" 12 July 1981
B 333  "The Energy Non [sic] Crisis;" "Conspiracy???;" "Energy Independence;" 19 July 1981
B 334  "Entertainment--Or Brainwashing?;" "Behind TV's Anti-Business Attitude;" "Threat to Business;" 26 July 1981
B335  "On Limiting Government;" "The Power to Destroy;" "The Income Tax;" 2 August 1981
B 336  "Only Consumers Pay Taxes;" "First Step to Destruction;" "On Limiting Taxes;" 9 August 1981
B 337  "Gun Control;" "Gun Control Is People Control;" "Right to Bear Arms;" 16 August 1981
B 338  "Protectionism;' "Economics In One Lesson;" "Nothing for Something;" 23 August 1981
B 339  "Narcotics;" "Prevalence of Narcotics;" "Narcotics Sources;" 30 August 1981
B 340  "On Beliefs;" "Student Attitudes;" "Attitudinal Responsibility;" 6 September 1981
B 341  "Our Lower Living Standard;" "OPEC and Living Standards;" "The Transfer Society Trap;" 13 September 1981
B 342  "China Today--Part I;" "China Today--Part II;" "China Today--Part III;" 20 September 1981
B 343  "A Haunting Parallel;" "Civilizations: Rise and Fall;" "Responding to Challenges;" 27 September 1981
B 344  "Social Security Problems;" "The System;" "Social Security Benefits;" 4 October 1981
B 345  "An American Dilemma;" "Don't Worry--You'll Get Your Social Security;" "Revising the Program;" 11 October 1981
B 346  "The Second Battle For Britain;" "The Trojan Horse;" "America's Leading Indicator;" 18 October 1981
B 347  "High Achiever Attitudes Survey;" "Areas for Concern;" "Economic Education;" 25 October 1981
B 348  "The Choice;" "The Powell Memorandum;" "The Issue Is Survival;" 1 November 1981
B 349  "The Powell Memorandum--Part I;" "The Powell Memorandum--Part II;" "The Powell Memorandum--Part III;" 8 November 1981
B 350  "Free Enterprise 'Think Tanks;'" "The Ideology of Freedom;" "Textbook Evaluation;" 15 November 1981
B 351  "Conspiracy Theory;" "Formation on Council on Foreign Relations;" "Conspiracy Theory;" 22 November 1981
B 352  "Political Responsibility;" "Stock Market Jitters;" "Reaganomics;" 29 November 1981
B 353  "Social Security Problems;" "Decentralization;" "Economic Growth;" 6 December 1981
B 354  "Importance of Saving;" "Band-Aids vs Surgery;" "Path to Economic Growth;" 13 December 1981
B 355  "The Cancun Conference;" "The Different Worlds;" "A Better Way;" 20 December 1981
B 356  "The Assault on America;" "Law of the Sea Treaty;" "Strategy for the Future;" 27 December 1981
B 357  "Servant or Master;" "On Limiting Government;" "Term Limitation;" 3 January 1982
B 358  "Negotiations With the Soviets;" "The Soviet Record;" "No Substitute for Victory;" 10 January 1982
B 359  "American Business;" From 1400 to Five;" "Opportunities and Jobs;" 17 January 1982
B 360  "Latin American Assault;" "Central America;" "Mexico;" 24 January 1982
B 361  "The United Nations;" "The U.N. and Nambia [sic];" U.N. Fifth Column;" 31 January 1982
B 362  "The Third Option;" "Soviet African Strategy;" "A Free World Strategy;" 7 February 1982
B 363  "Importance of Saving;" "How to Become a Millionaire;" "Individual Retirement Accounts;" 14 February 1982
B 364  "The Reagan Program;" "The Current Recession;" "On What to Do;" 21 February 1982
B 365  "Jobs;" "Defense Spending;" "Decapitalizing Through Inflation;" 28 February 1982
B 366  "Individual vs Socialism;" "The Americanism Foundation;" "Restoring Faith in Freedom;" 7 March 1982
B 367  "Unemployment Statistics;" "Wages and Unemployment;" "Wages and Productivity;" 14 March 1982
B 368  "Art as a Communist Weapon;" "Picasso, Soldier of the Revolution;" "Reds;" 21 March 1982
B 369  "High Prices;" "The Recession;" "Economic Thinking;" 28 March 1982
B 370  "Tax-Exempt Foundations;" "Investigations of Foundations;" "The Ford Foundation;" 4 April 1982
B 371  "Chickens Come Home to Roost;" "Cause of Federal Deficit;" "How to Reduce the Deficit;" 11 April 1982
B 372  "Get the Facts;" "Background to Current China Policy;" "A Dangerous 'Game;'" 18 April 1982
B 373  "Tax Cuts Mean Spending Cuts;" "America's 'Forgotten Citizen;'" "The Ultimate Solution;" 25 April 1982
B 374  "Trade Is Aid;" "Providing the Rope;" "Let's Use the Capital Weapon;" 2 May 1982
B 375  "Our Foreign Policy Puzzle;" "Foreign Debt Is Our Debt;" "The Kremlin's 'Secret Weapon;'" 9 May 1982
B 376  "The Revolutionary Spark;" "On Limiting Government;" "The Root of All Evil;" 16 May 1982
B 377  "Sources of Government Income;" "Our Opinions;" "Balanced Budget-Tax Limitations Amendment;" 23 May 1982
B 378  "The Choice;" "Behind the Consensus;" "Toward a Socialist America;" 30 May 1982
B 379  "Budget Chess Game;" "At Sea Without an Anchor;" "Budget Analysis;" 6 June 1982
B 380  "We Ar [sic] at War With Communism;" "Central American Policy;" "Soviet-Communist Strategy;' 13 June 1982
B 381  "Why Prices Rise;" "Legal Counterfeiting;" "Consequences of Legal Counterfeiting;" 20 June 1982
B 382  "The People Asked for It;" "Good Intentions;" "Abolish the Fed;" 27 June 1982
B 383  "Structure of the Federal Reserve;" "20th Century Coin-Clipping;" "How the Fed Creates Money;" 4 July 1982
B 384  "Origin of Interest;" "Interest Rate Components;" "Why Interest Rates Remain High;" 11 July 1982
B 385  "Erosion of America [sic] Character;" "Character;" "Thoughts on the National Debt;" 18 July 1982
B 386  "The Third Option;" "We Had Better Believe Them;" "The Communist Soviet Strategy;" 25 July 1982
B 387  "Peace Offensive--Part I;" "Peace Offensive--Part II;" Peace Offensive--Part III;" 1 August 1982
B 388  "Less Than a Lifetime Left?;" "Cost of Foreign Aid;" "The Fallacy of Foreign Aid;" 8 August 1982
B 389  "Possibility of War;" "Present Day Treason;" "Why Not Victory?;" 15 August 1982
B 390  "The Ideal and the Reality;" "Twenty Years of Manipulation;" "What's Past Is Prologue;" 22 August 1982
B 391  "The Moscow Manifesto;" "Anti-Anti-Communism;" "The Fulbright Memorandum;" 29 August 1982
B 391a  "The Reuther Memorandum;" "The 'Fairness Doctrine;'" "It Was Planned That Way;" 5 September 1982
B 392  "Nuclear Freeze;" "Who Is Promoting the Freeze?;" "What a 'Freeze' Would Mean;" 12 September 1982
B 393  "Geopolitics;" "The Energy Treasure House;" "The Mineral Treasure House;" 19 September 1982
B 394  "On Education;" "Textbooks;" "On Censorship;" 26 September 1982
B 395  "A Republican Form of Government;" "Origin of Our Federal Government;" "Importance of the Congress;" 3 October 1982
B 396  "The Democratic Process;" "Write Your Congressman;" "How Our Laws Are Made;" 10 October 1982
B 397  "Robbing Peter;" "Horns of a Dilemma;" "The Way It Use [sic] to Be;" 17 October 1982
B 398  "Status of Social Security;" "The Other Option;" "Earned Benefit? or Welfare;" 24 October 1982
B 399  "History of Social Security;" "A Full Employment Scheme;" "Inequity of Social Security;" 31 October 1982
B 400  "Need for Social Security Reform;" "A Political Issue;" "True Reform;" 7 November 1982
B 401  "Most Dangerous Hoax;" "Surrender on the Neutron Bomb;" "Origin of the Freeze;" 14 November 1982
B 402   "Prayer Amendment;" "Abortion on Demand;" "Forced Busing;" 21 November 1982
B 403  "Today's Concerns;" "Wisdom From Abroad;" "The Fatal Desire;" 28 November 1982
B 404  "The 'Ins' and the 'Outs;'" "Cause of the Current Recession;" "How Goes the Nation?;" 5 December 1982
B 405  "Supermarket for Investors;" "Whither Gold;" "Some Fundamental Issues;" 12 December 1982
B 406  "The Controversial Fed;" "Monetary Policy;" "Intervention Means Chaos;" 19 December 1982
B 407  "Elections: Cause or Effect?;" "The 'Economics' of Pragmatism;" "Solution of Our Economic Problems;" 26 December 1982
B 408  "Effects of Taxation;" "Present Day Serfs;" "Flat Rate Income Tax;" 2 January 1983
B 409  "Accepting the Challenge;" "Adventure in Economic Education;" "Enterprise Square, USA;" 9 January 1983
B 410  "A Tour Through Enterprise Sq. U.S.A. #1;" "A Tour Through Enterprise Sq. U.S.A. #2;" "A Tour Through Enterprise Sq. U.S.A. #3;" 16 January 1983
B 411  "Government Spending;' "Government Flunks Economics;" "How to Cut the Cost of Government;" 23 January 1983
B 412  "New Soviet Dictator;" "Soviet Leadership and the KGB;" "The KGB in the U.S.;' 30 January 1983
B 413  "A Time for Action;" "Interest Rate-Caused Recession;" "Growth of Leviathan;" 6 February 1983
B 414  "The Productivity Challenge;" "Eating the 'Seed Corn;'" "Agenda for a Secure America;" 13 February 1983
B 415  "Media Failure;" "Let's Get the Facts;" "Facts About the Recession;" 20 February 1983
B 416  "Let's Do It Right;" "How to Put Millions of Americans Back to Work;" "The Choice;" 27 February 1983
B 417  "Jobs for Everyone;" "Effects of Unemployment Benefits;" "Aliens and Jobs;" 3 March 1983
B 418  "The Gasoline Tax;" "Minimum Wage Laws;" "Domestic Content Bill;" 13 March 1983
B 419  "Ideologies in Conflict;" "The Adorno Thoory [sic];" "Assault on Conservatism;" 20 March 1983
B 420  "America's 'Fifth Column;'" "It Is Consequences That Count;" "Censorship;" 27 March 1983
B 421  "Communist Front Organization;" "How to Spot Subversives;" "A Basic Communist Tactic;" 3 April 1983
B 422  "Washington's Vision--Part I;" "Washington's Vision--Part II;" "Washington's Vision--Part III;" 10 April 1983
B 423  "On What to Do;" "Genesis of the Banking Crisis;" "More on the Banking Crisis;" 17 April 1983
B 424  "The Oil-Banking Rip-Off;" "Fleecing the Taxpayer;" "International Monitary [sic] Fund;" 24 April 1983
B 425  "The Moral Condition;" "America, a Christian Nation;" "Religion and Morality, 'pillars of happiness;'" 1 May 1983
B 426  "Education in America--I;" "Education in America--II;" "Education in America--III;" 8 May 1983
B 427  "The Nature of Wealth;" "Liberty or Security;" "Need for Tax Reform;" 15 May 1983
B 428  "The 'Haves' and the 'Have-Nots;" "The Great Destructive Society;" "How Not to Fight Poverty;" 22 May 1983
B 429  "Effects of Taxation;" "Effect of Inflation;" "More Inflation Ahead;' 29 May 1983
B 430  "Aiding the Communists;" "Red Drive for Strategic Waterway;" "Aid for El Salvador;" 5 June 1983
B 431  "Freedom Isn't Easy;" "Paying the Price;" "1984 Budget;" 12 June 1983
B 432  "What People Believe;" "What Our Teachers Believe;" "Education or Indoctrination;" 19 June 1983
B 433  "Freedom and Responsibility;" "Media Irresponsibility;" "Media Attitudes;" 26 June 1983
B 434  "A Disturbing Lack of Concern;" "Learning From the Past;" "Lessons for the Future;" 3 July 1983
B 435  "The Real Cost of Welfare;" "With Bublic [sic] Assistance Why Bother Working for a Living;" "Liberal Censorship;" 10 July 1983
B 436  "Savings and Investments;" "Productivety [sic] Growth;" "Job Creation;" 17 July 1983
B 437  "The Art of Statecraft;" "Communist Power in Congress;" "Nuclear Freeze Resolution;" 24 July 1983
B 438  "The Freeze and Soviet Aims;" "We Don't See the Forest;" "Promises Are Like Pie Crusts;" 31 July 1983
B 439  "Where Your Tax Dollars Go;" "What Federal Deficits Mean to You;" "How to Control Deficits;" 7 August 1983
B 440  "The National Defense Controversy;" "Better Red Than Dead;" "Epitaph for America;" 14 August 1983
B 441  "The State of Education;" "The Basic Problem;" "What Went Wrong?;" 21 August 1983
B 442  "Communist Plan for Conquest;" "The Brezhnev Doctrine;" "Time for Freedom Doctrine;" 28 August 1983
B 443  "Healing America I;" "Healing America II;" "Healing America III;" 4 September 1983
B 444  "Communist Propaganda I;" "Communist Propaganda II;" "Communist Propaganda III;" 11 September 1983
B 445  "Under Standing [sic] Labor Unions;" "Basic Promises of Labor Unions;" "Unionism: Based on Socialism;" 18 September 1983
B 446  "Source of Union Power;" "Security of Full Employment;" "The Case Against Labor Unions;" 25 September 1983
B 447  "Causa I;" "Causa II;" "Causa III;" 2 October 1983
B 448  "Operation Rescue;" "A Memorial to Martyrs;" "Why Millions Die;" 9 October 1983
B 449  "Soviet Citizens Resistance to Tyranny;" "The Second Culture;" "The Nomenklatura;" 16 October 1983
B 450  "Road to Prosperity;" "Government Spending Guarantees Adversity;" "What We Must Do;" 23 October 1983
B 451  "Three Possible Paths;" "First Step to Prosperity;" "How to Prosper in the Years Ahead;" 30 October 1983
B 452  "Special Interest Groups;" "The Broken Window Fallacy;" "Government Spending;" 13 November 1983
B 453  "Uncle Sam;" "Old Glory;" "The Liberty Bell;" 13 November 1983
B 454  "On Poverty;" "Dealing With Poverty;" "Ethics of Income Redistribution;" 20 November 1983
B 455  "Poverty and Government;" "Causes of Poverty;" "The Lessons of History;" 27 November 1983
B 456  "Stokely Carmichel [sic];" "Dazzling Nonsense;" "Two Paths;" 4 December 1983
B 457  "Deficits: What They Meas [sic] to You;" "The Options;" "It's Time to Cut Spending;" 11 December 1983
B 458  "The Declaration of Independence;" "The Constitution;" "Undermining the Constitution;" 18 December 1983
B 459  "Lebanon;" "More on Lebanon;" "Why We Are in Lebanon;" 25 December 1983
B 460  "The Best of America;" "Lost Opportunities;' "The Boland Amendment;" 1 January 1984
B 461  "America Stands Tall;" "Background on Grenada;" "The Consequences;" 8 January 1984
B 462  "Media Objectivity;" "The Day After;" TV's Anti-Business Bias;" 15 January 1984
B 463  "The U.N. 'Trogan [sic] Horse;'" "The Tallest Tower;" "U.N. Support of Terrorism; 22 January 1984
B 464  "Important Lessons;" "U.N. Moral Apostate;" "Let's Bid the U.N. 'Farewell;'" 29 January 1984
B 465  "A 'New International Economic Order;'" "A 'New World Information Order;'" "UNESCO;" 5 February 1984
B 466  "The Importance of What I Believe;" "Our Best 'Weapon;'" "Our 'Freedom Radios;'" 12 February 1984
B 467  "What Is Causing the Defesits [sic];" "Who Is Responsible;' "The Solution: Line Item Veto;" 19 February 1984
B 468  "Our 'Strong' Dollar;" "The Value of the Dollar;" "Benefits of a 'Strong' Dollar;" 26 February 1984
B 469  "World War III;" "Containment and Detente;" "Strategy of Survival;" 4 March 1984
B 470  "Freedom and Responsibility;" "Freedom and Government;" "Economics in One Lesson;" 11 March 1984
B 471  "UNESCO: The Promise;" "UNESCO: The Reality;" "UNESCO and Education;" 18 March 1984
B 472  "UNESCO: A New World Information Order;" "UNESCO: A New World Cultural Order;" "UNESCO; a Conclusion;" 25 March 1984
B 473  "The Political Spectrum;" "De-Limiting Government;" "Solving the Deficit;" 1 April 1984
B 474  "Nineteen Eighty-Four;" "Orwell's 'Doublethink;'" "More on 'Doublethink;'" 8 April 1984
B 475  "Instructions From 'Uncle Joe;'" "To Communism by Majority Vote;" "To Communism by Majority Vote Part II;" 15 April 1984
B 476  "A Farewell Program, Part I;" "A Farewell Program, Part II;" "A Farewell Program, Part III;" 22 April 1984
B 477  "The Courts and the First Amendment;" "One Nation Under God;" "The Prayer Amendment;" 22 April 1984
B 478  "Federal Spending;" "Can We Solve the Deficit Problem?;" "How Close to Bondage Are We?;" 29 April 1984
B 479  "Congress' Promises;" "Need for a Constitutional Convention;" "National Dividend Plan;" 13 May 1984
B 480  "Who Is Responsible?;" "Ed Hodge and the Algiers Kiwanis Club;" "America, Freedom and You;' 20 May 1984
B 481  "The Profit Motive;" "Earning Profit;" "The Truth About Profits;" 27 May 1984
B 482  "Source of Liberty;" "Man and Government;" "Individual Rights;" 3 June 1984
B 483  "Government;" "Why Government Gets Out of Control;" "Perversion of Government;" 10 June 1984
B 484  "None Is So Blind As He Who Will Not See;" "'Reilly--Ace of Spies;'" "Remember the Bay of Pigs;" 17 June 1984
B 485  "Importance of the Family;" "Assault on the Family;" "Preserving the Family;" 24 June 1984
B 486  "Two Types of Knowledge;" "Unrepresentative Congress;" "Congress' Aid to Communism;" 1 July 1984
B 487  "The 'Government' Is Us!;" "Taxes Hurt Everyone;" "The Real Cost of Taxes;" 8 July 1984
B 488  "What Democracy?;" "What's Wrong With a Democracy?;" "Majority Vote;" 15 July 1984
B 489  "Rising Interest Rates;" "Government: The Concept;" "Government Perverted;" 22 July 1984
B 490  "Pioneers For Freedom--Part I;" "Pioneers For Freedom--Part II;" "Pioneers For Freedom--Part III;" 29 July 1984
B 491  "Why You Earn What You Earn;" "Source of Wages;" "How to Save Jobs;" 5 August 1984
B 492  "Economic Concerns;" "Understanding Interest Rates;" "Misery Index;" 12 August 1984
B 493  "Shall We Continue to Play the Fool?;" "Negotiations With the Soviets;" "Consequences of Detente;" 19 August 1984
B 494  "Facts Worth Considering;" "Deficits Have Consequences;" "Principles of American Liberty;" 26 August 1984
B 495  "Our Presidential Elections;" "Is There a Better Way?;" "Voter Apathy;" 2 September 1984
B 496  "Freedom: A Total Concept;" "Man and Government;" "Challenges;" 9 September 1984
B 497  "Tax Freedom Day;" "'Soaking' the Rich;" "Who Pays What?;" 16 September 1984
B 498  "Government Escapes Its Chains;" "It's Been Planned That Way!;" "The Answer;" 23 September 1984
B 499  "The Olympics: A Triumph of the Private Sector;" "The Olympics and Patriotism;" "Commitments of the Founders;" 30 September 1984
B 500  "There Is No Such Thing As a Free Lunch;" "Right Principles of Taxation;" 'Tax Reform;" 7 October 1984
B 501  "God and Government;' "Think for Yourself!;" "Vote!  Your Future Depends on It!;" 14 October 1984
B 502  "Political Labels;" "How We Know Who Is What;" "Conservatives-Liberals: What They Believe;" 21 October 1984
B 503  "Moral Decay;" "Political Decay;" "Economic Decay;" 28 October 1984
B 504  "The Deficit Problem;" "Religion and Politics;' "Welfare Spending;' 4 November 1984
B 505  "News Media Credibility;" "News Media and Grenada;" "Media and Central America;" 11 November 1984
B 506  "Textbooks;" "Evaluating Textbooks;" "American Textbook Committee;' 18 November 1984
B 507  "The Truth About Nicaragua;" "The Nicaraguan Beachhead;" "Let's Do Something Right for a Change!;" 25 November 1984
B 508  "What's in a Name?;" "Socialism;" "Communism;" 2 December 1984
B 509  "Socialism in the United States;" "Socialism Is Doomed to Fail;" "Attempts to Save Socialism;" 9 December 1984
B 510  "Let's Speak Up!;" "The Grace Commission;" "Will We Measure Up?;" 16 December 1984
B 511  "America's Entrepreneurs;" "Women in the Work Force;" "The Bishops Are at It Again;" 20 December 1984
B 512  "On Economic Thinking;" "Lack of Economic Thinking;" "Economic Thinking About Profit;" 6 January 1985
B 513  "The 'Common Storehouse' Syndrome;" "Who Gets What?;" "The Alternatives;' 13 January 1985
B 514  "The 98th Congress;" "Congress and the People;" "The Right of Petition--Your Responsibility;" 20 January 1985
B 515  "Equality;" "Hooray for Inequality!;" "Deficits and Envy;" 27 January 1985
B 516  "The 'Iron Triangles;" "Have We Failed the Trust?;" "On What to Do;" 3 February 1985
B 517  "The Original Purpose;" "Government 'Aid';" "What Must Be Done;" 10 February 1985
B 518  "Monetary Politics;" "Monetary Control;" "Monetary Instability;" 17 February 1985
B 519  "Negotiating With 'An Evil Empire;'" "'Leninist Peace;'" "Have We Lost Our Minds?;" 24 February 1985
B 520  "Ethiopian Famine;" "What Happened in Ethiopia?;" "Ethiopian Solution;" 3 March 1985
B 521  "Our Complex Society;" "The Positive-Negative Dilemma;" "Problem--Or Solution?;" 10 March 1985
B 522  "U.S. Soviet Boundary;" "Mexican Crisis;" "Compensation Rip-off;" 17 March 1985
B 523  "Bilingual Education;" "Education?  Or Political Power?;" "Challenge of Bilingualism;" 31 March 1985
B 524  "Only 4 Percent Bad;" "Federal Spending;" "National Debt;" 31 March 1985
B 525  "Civil Rights?  Or Civil Wrongs?;" "There Is a Difference;" "Civil Rights Act of 1985;" 7 April 1985
B 526  "Your Best Bet;" "You Can Beat the System;" "Pay Yourself First;" 14 April 1985
B 527  "Which Way;" "Sowing the Wind;" "Reaping the Whirlwind!;" 21 April 1985
B 528  "Government 'By the People;'" "On Controversy;" "Freedom and Responsibility;" 28 April 1985
B 529  "Importance of the Premise;" "Threat from Central America;" "Nicaraguan Freedom Fighters;" 5 May 1985
B 530  "The New 'Fifth Column;'" "Congress Aids the Sandistas [sic];" "Sanctuary Movement;" 12 May 1985
B 531  "On Morality;" "Cancerous Decay;" "Moral Basis of a Free Society;" 19 May 1985
B 532  "A Perceived Need;" "Texas' 'Free Enterprise Project;'" "The Duty to Explain and Defend the System;" 29 May 1985
B 533  "Liberty Enlightening the World;" "Monument Honoring Washington;" "Monument to Jefferson;" 2 June 1985
B 534  "The Spark;" "Freedom House;" "Enslaved Nations;" 9 June 1985
B 535  "Importance of Keeping On;" "One Small But Significant Victory;" "The Fruit Is in the Seed;" 16 June 1985
B 536   "The Yarkstick [sic];" "Let's Cut U.N. Funds;" "Communist Bloc Control;" 23 June 1985
B 537  "The U.N. and 'Human Rights;'" "Communist Undersecretary;" "U.N.--Based Soviet Spies;" 30 June 1985
B 538  "U.S. Dept. of Education Hearings;" "Testimonies of Parents;" "The Pupil Rights Amendment;" 11 August 1985
B 539  "Governing Power;" "The Three Rival Branches;" "God and Government;" 18 August 1985
B 540  "Perversion of the Constitution;" "Corruption in the Courts?;" "Federal Aid;" 25 August 1985
B 541  "Let's Not Leave Government to the Politicians;" "There Is No Such Thing as a Free Lunch;" "The 'Bottom Line;'" 28 July 1985
B 542  "South Africa--Background;" "The 'Mineral Treasure House;'" "The Secret Agenda;" 4 August 1985
B 543  "The Day They Arrested Amy;" "Who Is Leading the Effort to Destabilize South Africa?;" "The Lesson of Rhodesia;" 11 August 1985
 


Appendix 2: Comprehensive Index

This index was compiled by the collection processor, and information in it supersedes information available in the AAPC tape index in Box 73.  The index is divided into three sections.  The first two sections, the "Index of Persons" and the "Index of Events and Things," are referenced to the entire collection except the B Series audio tapes in boxes 56-71.  The B Series audio tapes are recordings of the conservative Christian radio program "Behind the News," featuring Harding University president George Benson.  Because of the program's distinct perspective,  topics covered in these tapes are indexed separately in the third section of this appendix.

Items listed in the first two sections of the index will typically be followed by the designation "BxFx," where "B" stands for box, and "F" stands for folder.   Thus, the reference "B1F3" stands for Box 1, Folder 3, and "B3F2-5" stands for Box 3, Folders 2 to 5.  The abbreviation "MF" indicates the manuscript folders in Series 1, Subseries 5.  Several abbreviations are used for audio and video cassette series designations; these are listed below.

-2" 2" Series reel-to-reel audio tape
-2"V 2" VT Series reel-to-reel video tape
-3" 3" Series reel-to-reel audio tape
-3"VT 3"VT Series reel-to-reel video tape
-4" 4" Series reel-to-reel audio tape
-5" 5" Series reel-to-reel audio tape
-7" 7" Series reel-to-reel audio tape
AC AC Series audio cassette tape
Bt Beta Series video cassette tape
Cs Cass Series audio cassette tape
CT CT Series audio cassette tape
Fc F Series reel-to-reel audio tape
PS PS Series reel-to-reel audio tape
RR RR Series  reel-to-reel video tape
V VHS Series video cassette tape
VTR VTR Series video cassette tape
 
 

Index of Persons

Abney, Shawn  B24Cs7
Adams, Charles  B40-5"83
Adams, Oliver  B5F15; B26Cs61
Adkisson, Richard B.  B5F15
Albin, Rick  B5F15
Alexander, Bill  B2F1; B11F1; B20F11; B23Cs1
Alexander, Cecil  B2F2-3; B30-4"6
Alford, Dale  B2F4; B5F15
Allen, Ben  B5F15
Allison, Harold  B26Cs58
Anderson, Andy  B5F15
Anderson, John  B2F5
Anderson, Steve  B5F15
Anthony, Berl  B2F6; B7F22; B11F1; B13F1; B20F11; B24Cs18
Arnold, Richard S.  B2F7
Baker, Ralph  B5F15
Baldridge, Julie  B25Cs44
Banks, Chuck  B2F8; B11F2; B20F11; B24Cs10-10a
Barclay, Dick  B20F11
Barnes, Steve  B25Cs36
Barnet, Travis  B44-7"13
Barry, Rick  B34PS5
Bartlett, Dewey F.  B5F21
Bassett, Woody  B25Cs41
Bayh, Birch  B5F21
Beasley, F.L. "Hugh"  B5F15
Beaumont, Bill  B26Cs58
Becker, J. Bill  B22AC11; B33Fc2; B37-5"41
Belew, John  B5F15
Bell, Griffin B.  B5F21
Bennett, Bruce  B12
Bennet, Tom A.  B24Cs10
Benson, George S.  B2F9; B45-7"17; B Series passim
Bentley, Dub  B2F10
Bentsen, Lloyd  B2F11
Bernard, Charles T.  B23AC36
Berner  B32-4"48-49
Berry, Curtis  B5F15
Berry, Paul  B26CT4
Best, Ken  B5F15; B11F2
Bethune, Ed  B2F12-13; B11F2; B12; B24Cs9,11,24; B27CT29
Biden, Joseph R., Jr.  B27CT24
Bisbee, Dale  B26CT10
Black, Gary R., Sr.  B26Cs58
Blair, Buddy  B5F15
Blair, Jim  B31-4"31,35
Blankenship, Leroy  B5F15
Boles, Ken  B5F15
Bonner, Carl  B26Cs61; B44-7"13
Bonner, Shelli  B27CT19-20
Boswell, Ted  B2F14; B22AC1; B23AC30; B43-5"124; B44-7"5,9,16
Boxx, Perry  B26CT18
Boyce, Sam  B20F11
Bradford, Jay  B20F11
Brandon, B.D. "Doug"  B5F15; B11F2; B22AC2
Brandon, Jim  B5F15; B11F2
Branigan, Roger D.  B5F21
Braswell, Klute  B26CT14
Britt, Maurice "Footsie"  B2F15; B11F2
Brown  B46Bt12
Brown, Pat  B5F21
Browne, Kay  B5F15
Browne, Larry  B5F15
Bryan, L.L. "Doc"  B2F16; B25Cs46
Bryant, Edgar E.  B5F15; B74F6
Bryant, Kelly  B5F15
Bryant, Winston  B2F17; B11F2
Buck, Tammy  B25Cs55
Buckner  B31-4"25,27
Bumpass, Ron  B48V13
Bumpers, Dale  B2F18-21; B5F23; B7F17; B8F2; B10F4-5; B11F3; B13F1; B16F3; B20F1;B22AC8,13; B23AC33,36,38-39; B25Cs 46; B32-4"43; B38-5"52,55,57-58; B43-5"124; B44-7"7-8,16; B45-7"18; B46Bt10; B47V4,8-9; B49V22; B49VTR1; B52
Burke, Betty  B36-5"24
Burleson, David  B5F15; B44-7"5
Burrow, John  B5F15
Burton, Don  B11F2
Bush, George  B11F14; B24Cs11
Buttendo, A.G.  B26Cs58
Byrd, Howard  B32-4"42
Canada, George  B5F15
Capehart, Homer E.  B5F21
Carlisle, Bobby  B5F15
Carpenter, Tommy  B24Cs29; B27CT23
Carr, Gena  B26Cs61
Carter, Arthur  B26CT12
Carter, Jimmy  B2F22-23; B8F23,25; B11F4; B13F6; B22AC7,10,13,21; B33Fc3,5
Cash, Clarence  B5F15
Cassady, Neely  B2F24; B13F1; B20F12; B25Cs52
Cauthron, Billy J.  B20F12
Chandler, Albert B.  B5F21
Chandler, Julius  B33PS4
Chernoff, Marvin  B2F25
Cherry, Francis  B2F26
Choate, Steve  B5F15
Clark, Bill  B5F15
Clark, Carol  B20F12; B24Cs30
Clark, Steve  B2F27; B11F6; B12; B13F1; B20F12; B22AC24; B25AC34,35;Cs46; B44-7"13
Clay, Jim  B35-5"14
Clifford, George  B31-4"41
Clinger, David  B44-7"13
Clinton, Hillary Rodham  B46Bt3
Clinton, Ray  B5F15
Clinton, William J. "Bill"  B1F1-17; B5F23; B7F18-20; B8F4-5; B9F9; B10F4,16; B11F5; B12;B13F2; B16F4-7; B20F2-4; MF1; B22AC3,6,14,17,19-20,22-23; B23AC26-27,33,37,40; Cs 1-3; B24Cs6,13,16,22-23; B25Cs44-46,50,56-56a; B27CT 27,29; B28-3"1; B29-3"44; B30-3"49;4"5,7,15-16; B31-4"17; B32-4"50,57-59; B33Fc 3-4; B37-5"32-33,36; B38-5"53-54; B39-5"59; B41-5"91-94,96-101; B42-5"112; B43-5"122, 124; B44-7"6,13-14,16; B46Bt1,4-7; B47V10-11; B49VTR4-7,9-11; B49-2"V1-2; B50-2"V3-6; B51-2"V11-18; B52-2"V19; B53-3"VT1; B54-3"VT2; B55-3"VT3; B74F1-5
Cockrill, Sterling F.  B5F15; B22AC7; B30-3"50
Coffelt, Kenneth C.  B5F15
Collier, Morris  B32-4"51; B39-5"60-61; B44-7"1
Cooke, Sam  B31-4"41
Coon, Ken  B31-4"18; B37-5"37
Cooper, Grant  B22AC4; B45-7"17
Cooper, Scott  B26CT18
Copeland, Ron  B5F15
Cottrell, Gary  B5F15
Coulter, Nate  B5F15
Cowen, Fred  B37-5"41
Cowling, Dale  B2F28
Cox, Glenn  B26Cs58
Coxsey, Ted  B26CT13
Crafton, Bob  B26Cs58
Crane, Larry  B5F15; B11F6
Crank, Marion  B5F15
Cranston, Alan  B2F29; B10F6
Crenshaw (city board)  B47V5
Crider, Bruce  B32-4"55-56; B40-5"86; B44-7"2
Crier, Peggy Pryor  B26Cs58
Crows, Polly  B46-Bt1
Cypert, Robert  B12
Daley, Richard M.  B5F21
Daniel, Charlie  B5F16
Davidson, Arthur B.  B29-3"42; B39-5"71; B40-5"88; B44-7"5
Davis, Boyce  B39-5"69; B44-7"5
Davis, Dr.  B31-4"31,35
Davis, Jeff  B2F30
Davis, Lynn  B26Cs58
Davis, Paul C.  B32-4"53; B44-7"5
Davis, Shirley M.  B26Cs61
Dean, Jimmy  B24Cs11
Dees, Morris  B23AC33
Delosier, Jerry  B32-4"42
Dennis, Bud  B45-7"19
Derrick, Butler  B5F16
Dickerson, Jim  B26Cs58
Dickey, Bert  B5F16
Dill, Larry  B26Cs58
Dilworth, Richardson  B5F21
DiRosa, Joe  B46Bt12
Dole, Bob  B11F8; B48V16
Donaghey, George W.  B2F31
Duggar, Harold  B40-5"82; B44-7"5
Dumas, Ernest  B25Cs34
Dunne (Pres. Cook Cty Bd.)  B11F6
Edwards, Edwin  B2F32
Edwards, Marilyn  B5F16
Elder, Bill  B5F16
Eng, Susan  B5F16
English, Dorothy  B5F16; B11F6
Ervin, Sam  B23AC28; B43-5"125
Erving, Julius B34PS5
Fahrenkopf, Frank  B24Cs24
Fairchild, Bob  B2F33; B20F12; MF1; B24Cs7; B47V5
Farber, Roy  B26Cs61
Faubus, Alta  B26CT8
Faubus, Orval  B2F34; B10F4,6; B11F7; B12; B13F3; B16F7; B20F5; B23AC32-33; B27CT 27;B28-2"29; B30-4"2,9; B33Fc3; B35-5"5; B40-5"77; B43-5"123; B52RR5
Faulkner, Robert  B5F16; B11F7
Ferguson, Joe  B37-5"29
Ferguson, Rick  B25Cs47
Ferraro, Geraldine  B11F11; B13F7; MF2; B23Cs2
Ferstl, Tom M.  B2F35
Fisher, George  B5F23
Fisher, Jimmie Lou  B5F16; B11F7; B12; B20F12
Fitch, Rolla  B39-5"65
Flanigan, Edith  B31-4"32; B32-4"47
Folsom, Jim  B5F21
Forbes, Ralph  B5F16
Ford, Gerald  B8F24; B11F8
Foringer, Joy B27CT21
Foster, Bill  B2F36
Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. Omar  B26CT9
Freeman (Louisiana politics)  B47V7
Freeman, Woody  B3F1; B5F16; B11F7; B13F3; B24Cs25; B26Cs61
Frizzell, Peggy  B5F16
Fulbright, J. William  B3F2-3; B5F23; B10F8,17; B11F7; B12; B20F6; B22AC1,15-16,30; B23AC39; B24Cs14; B33F 6,8; B43-5"124; B44-7"16; B52
Gammon, John  B31-4"41
Garth, David  B3F4
Gary, Raymond  B5F21
Gathings, Ezekiel Candler B20F13
Geigle, Steve  B44-7"13
George, Burton  B26CT13
George, Charles  B5F16
Gibson, Don  B30-3"51
Gilbow, L.B.  B44-7"2
Gilker, C. James  B22AC11; B33F2
Gillis  B46Bt12
Givens, Art  B5F16; B13F3; B23AC24
Glenn, John  B49V22
Glover, G.L.  B24Cs27
Gohn, Sue  B24Cs31
Goldwater, Barry  B8F16-17
Grant, Ed  B32-4"42
Gravel, Mike  B5F21
Graves, J.W. "Bill"  B26Cs58
Greenburg, Hank  B34PS5
Griffin, Archie  B34PS5
Grigson, A.C.  B5F16; B23AC26
Grimsley, Roy  B32-4"42
Halbrook, Karen  B26Cs61
Hale, Cathy  B30-3"45-46
Hamaker (Congress)  B11F9
Hammerschmidt, John Paul  B3F5; B23AC33,Cs24; B25Cs43,48-49,51,54; B28-3"3,7,10-16,18-21;     B29-3"22-31,33-37,39-39a; B30-4"11; B31-4"33; B33F3; B36-5"20-22; B37-5"44; B38-45-49; B40-5"79; B47V6
Hardin, Luther "Lu"  B5F16
Hardin, William  B37-5"40
Hardy (Louisiana politics)  B47V7
Hargrove, W.N.  B3F6
Harland, Gail  B26Cs61
Harmon, John T.  B3F7; B8F6
Harp, Gary  B26Cs58
Harrelson, Don  B26Cs61
Harriman, Virginia C.  B24Cs19
Harrison, Don  B26Cs61
Hart, Gary  B3F8-9; B13F7; B49V23; B75F4
Hartke, Vance  B5F21
Hatch, Orin  B24Cs24
Hatfield, Mark  B22AC9; B44-7"15
Hearnes, Warren E.  B5F21
Helms, Jesse  B3F10
Hendrix, B.G.  B3F11
Hendron, Kim  B25Cs46; B44-7"13
Henifeld, Jenny  B36-5"24
Henry, Morriss  B3F12; B11F9; B13F3; B26CT15; B29-3"40; B32-4"50a; B44-7"5
Herget, Dick  B25Cs35
Hill, Jim  B26Cs58
Hodges, Kaneaster  B22AC2
Howard, Charles  B47V5
Howell, Jim  B5F16
Howell, Max  B3F13
Hoyt, Richard L.  B30-4"3; B35-5"2,13; B36-5"27; B40-5"85
Huntley, Margaret  B31-4"19; B39-5"66
Hutchinson, Asa  B3F14; B11F9; B47V8
Hutchinson, Tim  B27CT29
Hyden, Wayne  B35-5"7
Irwin, James  B32-4"42
Jackson, Cleo  B3F15
Jackson, Henry M.  B3F16
Jackson, Jesse  B3F17
Jackson, Tom  B29-3"43
Jameson, Paul  B13F3
Jernigan, George  B24Cs27
Johnson (Sec. of State)  B26Cs58
Johnson, Butch  B26Cs46
Johnson, Charles  B13F3; MF1; B42-5"114
Johnson, Jim  B3F18; B5F17; B20F13; B23Cs5; B24Cs11,24; B26Cs62; B26CT16-17; B27CT29
Johnson, Lyndon B.  B8F16,18; B11F10
Jones  B24Cs23
Jones, J. Fred  B5F17
Jones, Julia Hughes  B5F17
Jones, Ken  B5F17
Jones, Randy  B5F17
Justice, Jack  B31-4"22,40
Kanter, Julian  B5F21
Keating, Ken  B5F21
Keith, A.M. "Sandey"  B5F17
Kelly, Gene  B26CT10
Kender, Carl  B31-4"41
Kennedy, John F.  B8F14-15; B10F9
Kilban, Jack  B31-4"41
Kinard  B24Cs23
Kyle, L.S. "Bunch"  B40-5"89; B44-7"5
Lady, Frank  B3F19; B8F7; B23AC24; B24Cs26
Landon, Alfred M.  B8F12
Lanier, T. Wayne  B3F20; B11F10; B20F13; B26CT2
Latta, Dick  B39-5"67,72
Leach  B46Bt12
Leach (Louisiana politics) B47V7
Ledbetter, Cal  B5F17
Ledbetter, J.  B3F21
Leflar, Robert B.  B5F17
Lemey, Merle  B13F4
Leslie, Bob  B7F22; B13F4; B24Cs24; B25Cs48
Leslie, Jim  B5F17
Lester, Vol  B36-5"16; B44-7"2,12
Linday, Jim  B44-7"11
Lindsay, Alan  B5F17
Lindsey, Jim  B37-5"31; B44-7"1
Lingle, Jim  B5F17
Lisle, John  B3F22; B11F10; B13F4; B27CT22
Little, Clayton  B27CT29
Little, John Sebastian B20F13
Logan, Roger, Jr.  B5F17
Long, Bill  B35-5"12; B39-5"64
Long, Edward V.  B5F21
Long, Gillis (Louisiana politics)  B47V7
Lowry (State Rep-Dst68)  B13F4
Maddox, Jim  B20F14; B24Cs12
Maestri, Danny  B3F23; B11F10; B12; B20F14; B26CT15
Malone, J.M. "Jim"  B5F17
Marshall, Herb  B28-3"4; B36-5"25; B45-7"19
Masden, Jerry  B26Cs58
Mathis, Randall  B3F24; B5F17; B8F8; B23AC24; B24Cs26; B26Cs58; B42-5"115; B43-5"116
Matthews, David  B16F9
Mayes, Bob  B5F17
McBride, Angela  B24Cs22
McClellan, John  B3F25; B5F23; B11F10; B22AC 13,22b-23; B32-4"44-46; B36-5"17; B44-7"5-11; B45-7"18
McClerkin, Hayes  B3F26; B10F4
McCorkle, Ben R.  B3F27
McCuen, W.J. "Bill"  B5F17; B11F10; B24Cs23
McDougal, James P.  B3F28; B10F4; B11F10; B13F4; B20F14; B24Cs8,17,27; B25Cs37,40,43,46, 51,54,57; B26Cs58,63; B27CT25; B41-5"95,101b-104; B42-5"105,108-111;B45-7"21; B48V18-19; B52-2"V20
McGovern, George  B8F19-21; B10F6; B11F10; MF2; B22AC 8; B23AC38; B33F6,9-10; B38-5"56; B40-5"78; B43-5"124; B44-7"16; B74F11
McHughes, Josh  B34PS6
McIntosh, Robert "Say"  B3F29
McJunkin, Louis  B3F30
McLard, Bill  B37-5"29
McLarty, Thomas "Mack"  B43-5"117-118; B47V6
McMath, Sid  B3F31; B10F4; B20F7; B27CT19
McRae, Tom  B47V6
Melvin, Jerry  B5F17
Miller, Charles  B26CT4-5
Miller, John  B3F32
Mills, Ocie C.  B5F17
Mills, Wilbur  B3F33; B10F4; B45-7"18
Mitchell, Katherine Phillips  B5F17
Mitchell, Raymond  B30-4"12,14; B36-5"28; B44-7"1
Mondale, Walter  B8F28; B11F4,11; B13F6-7; B22AC21; B23Cs1-2
Moore, David  B5F17
Moore, George  B26CT18
Moore, Rudy  B20F14; B37-5"42
Morton, Craig  B34PS5
Moynihan, Pat  B3F34
Munroe, Earl  B34PS5
Murphy, Don  B28-3"6,8-9
Murphy, Marvin  B44-7"5
Murray, Bill   B28-3"2,5; B30-4"1,8; B31-4"20; B35-5"1,14
Nelson, Bill  B5F18; B39-5"63
Nelson, Jay  B5F18
Nelson, Knox  B3F35
Nelson, Sheffield  B3F36; B11F12
Nemec, Joe  B5F18
Newbern, David  B3F37-38; B11F12; B13F10; MF1; B23Cs3; B24Cs23; B26Cs60; B43-5"119-121; B49VTR12; B74F7; B75F1
Newton, Al  B32-4"54
Nichols, Steve  B23AC36
Nixon, Richard  B8F14,22; B9F16; B11F12; B13F9
Nobles, Gene  B5F18
Norwood, Al   B20F14; B25Cs42; B26Cs61; B44-7"13
O'Hair, Madalyn Murray  B48V20; B52RR1
Orr, Anita  B26CT15
Osborne, Richard  B5F18; B11F12; B20F15; B49VTR13
Packard, Vance  B23AC25
Park, Brad  B34PS5
Parker, Mary Evelyn (La politics)  B47V7
Parker, Verd  B30-4"13
Paschal, Jerry V.  B5F18; B11F13
Patrick, Bill  B26Cs58
Patrick, Danny L.  B3F39
Patton, C.E. "Pat"  B5F18; B26Cs58
Patton, Bill  B5F18; B26Cs61
Peevy, Paul D.  B39-5"68; B40-5"87; B44-7"3
Percy, Charles  B5F22; B11F13
Petty, Judy  B3F40; B13F5; B24Cs11,25
Phillips, Phil  B5F18; B40-5"80-81; B44-7"5
Piazza, Chris  B5F18
Pitcock, Jim  B26CT18
Plegge, John B.  B5F18
Powlick, Kevin  B44-7"13
Price, Dick  B26Cs62
Price, Sherry  B28-3"6
Pryor, David  B4F1-7; B5F23; B7F18-20; B8F3; B9F1-3,6-7; B10F5,7; B11F13; B12; B13F5; B20F8; B21F9; MF2; B22AC1,12-13,21,22b-23; B23AC26,30-31,37,41,Cs1,4; B24Cs9, 26; B25Cs36,38,55; B26-CT6; B27CT28-29; B29-3"41; B31-4"21,29; B32-4"44,46; B33F5; B34PS6; B35-5"8-10; B36-5"23-24; B37-5"29,38-39; B38-5"57-58; B42-5"106; B43-5"124; B44-7"5,10,13,16; B45-7"18,20-20c; B46Bt10-11; B48V13-15; B49V22; B50-2"V7-10
Pryor, Mark  B26CT5
Pummill, Ken  B5F18
Purcell, Joe  B5F18; B11F13; B22AC 8; B23AC36,38; B25Cs46; B31-4"30; B38-5"57-58; B43-5"124; B44-7"16
Purdy, Russell T.  B44-7"1
Purkins, DuVal L.  B5F18
Purtle, John I.  B5F18; B26Cs58
Purvis, Hoyt  B24Cs14
Ragge, Ken  B5F18
Rainwater for Congress  B11F15
Rainwater, Gene  B4F8; B35-5"6; B36-5"19
Ramsey, Bill  B39-5"74
Ray, Jim  B5F18
Reagan, Ronald  B4F9; B8F29; B9F22,33; B11F14; MF3; B24Cs11
Reed, Bill  B31-4"34,37
Rhodes (Congress)  B11F15
Richards, Richard  B5F22
Rickets, Willis "Bubs"  B5F18
Riggs, Jack  B4F10; B20F15; MF1; B25Cs47
Riggs, John A.  B5F18
Riley, Bob  B4F11; B23AC36; B37-5"34-35
Riviere, Paul  B4F12; B11F15; B44-7"13
Roberts, Ruth  B39-5"73
Robinson, Joseph T.  B5F18
Robinson, Tommy  B4F13; B11F15; B20F15; MF1
Rockefeller, Nelson A.  B5F22
Rockefeller, Winthrop, Sr.  B4F14-16; B8F1-2; B10F12; B11F15; B13F11; B20F9
Rockefeller, Winthrop, Jr.  B24Cs25
Rodham, Hillary--See Clinton, Hillary Rodham
Rogers, Judith  B26Cs58
Rogers, Pete  B5F18
Romney, George  B5F22
Roosevelt, Franklin D.  B8F13
Rose, Ivan  B4F17
Rose, Velda  B34PS10
Roy, Hampton  B5F18; B11F15; B13F6
Rule, Herbert  B5F18
Rushing, Perry L.  B40-5"84
Russ, Stanley  B5F18; B11F15
Russell, Jerry  B26Cs58
Russell, Wayne  B31-4"41
Ryan, Jim  B34PS5
Sanders, Bob W.  B5F19
Sanford, Terry  B5F19
Sargent, Su  B5F19
Sawyer, Tamara  B26Cs61
Saxon, Gordon  B44-7"13
Scaife, Solomon  B24Cs24
Schmutz, Fred  B26CT18
Schwartzlose, Monroe A.  B5F19; B24Cs26; B48V12
Sceir, Cynthia  B25Cs42
Segers, Joe  B5F19
Seidenstricker, La Verne  B24Cs19
Seidenstricker, L.F.  B24Cs19
Serrette, Dennis  B4F18; B10F10; B20F10
Shackleford, Lottie  B37-5"41
Sharp, Billy  B26Cs61
Sharp, Shelby  B26Cs58
Sheffield  B11F16
Sheid, Veda  B4F19-20; B11F16; B12; B26Cs58
Sherman, W.F. "Bill" B5F19
Shipley, David  B26CT16-17
Shriver, Sargent  B10F6; B11F10
Skelton, Bill  B40-5"76
Slinkard, Howard  B26CT11
Slinkard, Mary L.  B12; B26Cs61
Smith (city board) B47V5
Smith, Don  B5F19
Smith, Harold  B26Cs58
Smith, Kim  B5F19
Smith, Maurice  B30-4"4
Smith, Ray S., Jr.  B5F19
Smith, Rex Allen  B26-Cs59
Smith, Sam  B25Cs36
Smith, Shirley  B5F19; B11F16; B26Cs58
Smith, Steve  B5F1-3; B12; B22AC11; B24Cs28; B42-5"107
Snead, Sam  B5F19
Snow, Silas D.  B27CT26
Sowell, Pat  B31-4"22,40
Spence, Gerry  B25Cs39-39a
Spock, Benjamin  B47V4
Springs, Gloria  B26Cs61
Stafford, W.A. "Al"  B26Cs58
Starr, Joey  B30-3"47
Steele, Ray Lee  B44-7"13
Stevens, Wanda  B23Cs3
Stevenson, Adlai III  B5F22; B11F16
Stewart, Charles  B5F19; B40-5"75
Stewart, David  B5F4, 23; B11F16; B20F15; B35-5"3-4
Stones, Dwight  B34PS5
Stout, Herbert  B39-5"62
Stringer, Joe "Bean"  B11F16
Sugg, John  B39-5"70
Swann, Lynn  B34PS5
Switzer, David  B20F15
Symington, Stuart  B5F22
Taft, Bob, Jr.  B5F22
Taylor, Phillip  B36-5"26; B44-7"1
Taylor, Van  B21F1
Thomas, Frank  B26CT5
Thomas, John  B26CT2
Thompson, Bill  B5F19; B44-7"5
Thompson, Peggy  B28-3"8
Thornton, Ray  B5F5; B9F1,4; B10F7; B13F6; B21F1,9; B23AC26; B24Cs13,26; B33F4; B44-7"13
Todd, John  B37-5"30; B44-7"1
Tooker, Peter  B44-7"4
Treat, Ralph A.  B5F19; B47V5
Trimble, James W.  B5F6; B26CT7,12,13,14
Truitt, Joel  B32-4"42
Tucker, Jim Guy  B5F7; B9F1,5-6; B10F4,7; B11F17; B13F6; B21F9; B23AC24,29; B24Cs23,26,30; B25Cs46; B31-4"28; B44-7"13
Tucker, R. Walter  B5F19
Tune, Denny  B36-5"24
Turnage, Ray  B5F19
Turner  B24Cs23
Turner, Lonnie  B5F19
Turner, Otis  B5F19
Turner, Sarah  B33PS4
Tustison, Don  B5F19
Tyler, Arlo  B5F8
Tyson, Don  B31-4"31,35
Udall, Morris K.  B5F9; B11F17
Utley, Bob  B5F20
Valentine, Henry  B21F1
Valenzula, Maria  B33PS4
Van Patten, Jim  B36-5"24
Venhaus, Don  B26Cs58
Vowell, Harold  B40-5"90
Walker, Betty  B5F20
Walker, Bill  B21F1; B28-3"9; B26CT1,3
Walker, Dan  B11F18
Walker, Norman D. B5F20
Walker, Sarah  B32-4"52
Wallace, Doug  B23Cs2
Wallace, George  B22AC 5; B43-5"124
Ward, Ray  B5F20
Waterfield, Harry Lee  B5F21
Watson, Wilbur  B36-5"24
Weeks, Gale  B5F20
Wells, Richard A.  B5F20
West, Herbert  B26CT12
Whitbeck, Frank  B5F10; B11F18
White, Frank  B4F1; B5F11,23; B9F9; B11F18; B12; B24Cs25; B25Cs48
Whittemore, Carol  B26CT9
Whitten, Vernon  B44-7"5
Whorton, Charles, Jr.  B5F20; B21F1; B33F3
Wiker, L.O.  B31-4"41
Wiley, Rob  B22AC22b
Williams (city board)  B47V5
Williams, Brenda  B5F20; B26Cs61
Williams, Jack  B22Cs4; B26CT6
Williams, Kit  B5F20
Williams, Whitney  B23Cs4; B26CT6
Williamson, Mike  B5F20
Wilmuth, Maxine  B5F20; B25Cs53; B47V11; B52-2"V21
Wilson, Bill  B25Cs33
Wimberly, Sharon  B5F20
Wolf, Tom  B45-7"18
Wood, Dina  B5F20
Wood, Doug  B13F6
Woods, Judge Henry  B27CT20
Woods, Henry  B26CT4
Woodward, Joe  B5F12-14; B8F9; B11F18; B21F1; B23AC24; B24Cs23;  B26Cs57a-57b; B42-5"113; B47V3,11; B74F8; B75F3
Worley, Bob C.  B31-4"23,38
Wright, Betsey  B24Cs22
Wyatt, Wilson W.  B5F22
Wynne, Tom  B5F20
Yancey, Truman  B5F20
Yarborough, Ralph  B5F22
Yates, Sidney  B5F22
Young, June  B5F20
Young, W.D. "Bill"  B26Cs58
Young, Sheila  B34PS5
Zarney, Penny  B32-4"42
 
 
 

Index to Events and Things

Abortion  B6F5
Act 1 (1972)--See Committee for Repeal of Full Crew Law
Act 9--See Bond Issue
ACTION  B6F1
Advertising Agencies B6F2; B21F2
African Americans  B6F3,13
Amendment 20--See Stop Additional Highway Bonds Association
Amendment 54  B11F19; B12
Amendment 57--See Usury Limits
Amendment 59  B11F19
Amendment 60  B6F4; B75F4
AFL-CIO  B22AC11; B23Cs3
Americans for Dem. Action  B6F10
Anti-Catholicism--1960  B6F11
Arkansas--History  B45-7"22-23
Arkansas Advocate  B10F1
AAPC  B6F12
ACORN  B6F13; B44-7"4
Arkansas Credit Council  B46Bt8
Arkansas Demo. Black Caucus  B6F14
Ark. Dept. of Parks and Tourism  B33PS3
Arkansas Education Association  B6F15; B28-3"6,8-9; B75F4
AETN  B26CT18
Arkansas Forestry Association  B34PS15-16
Ark. Good Roads/Trans. Council  B27CT26
Arkansas Outlook  B10F2
Arkansas Plan  B23AC41
Ark. State Dept. of Energy  B48V21
Arkansas State University  B22AC15-16; B44-7"16; B45-7"22-23
Attorney General Elections--See Elections--Attorney General
Benton County--Elections, 1984  B26Cs61
Benton County--Special Election  B26CT10-11
Bicentennial, United States  B6F18; B12; B23AC32; B33F3; B34PS18; B43-5"123; B52RR5
Bond Issue  B35-5"11
Boy's Corn Club  B9F40
Bryan-Brown Race  F16F1
Bureau of the Mint  B33PS1
CARE Radio Campaign  B34PS17
California Democratic Con., 1987  B27CT24
Campaign Contribution Laws  B6F19
Campaign for Human Dev.  B33PS4
Candidate Image  B21F5
Caucus System  B21F4; B25Cs41
Church and State--Separation of  B48V20; B52RR1
Chemotherapy Foundation  B34PS5
College Republicans  B9F24
Com. for Quality Schools, 1975  B30-4"10
Com. for Repeal of Full Crew Law  B31-4"22-27,31-32,34-41; B32-4"42,47-49; B37-5"43; B38-5"50-51
Common Cause  B6F20
Communist Party  B8F27
Congress--Ark. Delegation, 1983  B21F6
Congressional District--1st  B15F11
Congressional District--2nd  B15F1
Congressional District--3rd  B14F16; B15F7
Congressional Elections--See Elections--Congressional
Constitutional Amend. Forum, 1984  B47V2
Constitutional Con.--1970  B6F21-22
Constitutional Con.--1975  B6F23; B22AC12
Constitutional Con.--1979  B6F24; B14F3; B24Cs28; B42-5"107
Consulting Agencies  B6F25
Consumer Sentiment  B14F4
Dem. Caucus of Pres. Delegates  B23Cs2
Dem. Central Com., Springdale  B36-5"18
Dem. National Com.  B7F2-3; B46Bt9; B52RR2
Dem. Nat. Convention--1960  B7F7
Dem. Nat. Convention--1964  B7F8; B10F3
Dem. Nat. Convention--1972  B7F9-11; B12
Dem. Nat. Convention--1976  B7F11; B22AC 13,21
Dem. Nat. Convention--1978  B7F11
Democratic Party--Arkansas  B7F4; B10F4-6; B11F19; B38-5"57-58
Democratic Party--Benton Cty.  B7F5; B74F9
Democratic Party--National  B21F7
Dem. State Convention--1972  B7F12; B22AC8; B23AC38; B44-7"16
Dem. State Convention--1974  B7F12; B22AC23
Dem. State Convention--1976  B7F12; B22AC13
Dem. State Convention--1978  B7F13; B22AC2; B23AC37
Dem. State Convention--1982  B7F14; B75F2
Desegregation--Hazen Schools  B24Cs19
Earth Day  MF3
Economic Development  B22AC20
Economy  B22AC3
Education  B22AC22; B23AC31; B47V6
18-20 Year-old Voters--See Voters, 18-20 Year-old
Election Research Council  B7F16-17; B74F10
Elections--1960-1986; see also Voter Attitudes, Voting Behavior
Elections--1964  B10F15
Elections--1966  B21F3; B26CT 16-17
Elections--1974  B7F18
Elections--1978  B7F19; B10F7,14; B14F10; B17F3-4; B23AC24; B24Cs26; B44-7"13; B46Bt5-6
Elections--1980  B10F7,14
Elections--1982  B7F20; B10F7,14; B25Cs43,46,48
Elections--1984  B7F20-21; B75F4; B23Cs1; B26Cs61; B27CT29; B47V5
Elections--1986  B17F2,5; B18F1-5; B19F1-4
Elections--Attorney Gen., 1972  B31-4"28
Elections--Attorney Gen., 1976  B1F5-6; B47V11; B51-2"V18; B52-2"V19
Elections--Attorney Gen., 1978 B23AC24,34-35; B44-7"13
Elections--Attorney Gen., 1982  B25Cs46
Elections--Congress, 1974  B1F3-4; B22AC3,6,14,17,19,22; B29-3"44; B30-4"5,16; B31-4"17; B32-4"57-58; B33-F3; B37-5"32,36; B38-5"53-54; B39-5"59; B41-5"91-93; B45-7"16; B47V11; B51-2"V16-17
Elections--Congress, 1978  B23AC24
Elections--Congress, 1982  B7F22; B20F11,14; B24Cs8,17,27; B25Cs37,40,43,46,49,54,57; B26Cs58,63; B27CT25; B41-5"95,101b-104; B42-5"105-105a,108-111; B45-7"21; B48V18-19
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1952  B21F8
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1966  B26CT16-17
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1968  B8F1
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1970  B2F18; B8F2
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1972  B32-4"43
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1974  B8F3; B35-5"8-10; B36-5"23; B37-5"38-39
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1978  B1F8-9; B8F4-10; B16F8; B22AC20; B23AC24,26,37; B24Cs26; B26Cs57a-58; B32-4"50; B41-5"96-97; B43-5"122; B44-7"13; B46Bt5-7; B47V11; B49-2"V1-2; B50-2"V3-6; B51-2"V13; B75F3
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1980  B1F10-11; B24Cs6,16; B25Cs45,50,56-56a; B41-5"98-99; B42-5"112; B44-7"14; B51-2"V11-12,14-15
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1982  B1F11; B24Cs22; B25Cs46; B52-2"V20
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1984  B1F11; B8F11; B23Cs1; B24Cs25; B26Cs61; B27CT29
Elections--Gubernatorial, 1986  B27CT27
Elections--Lt. Gov., 1984  B24Cs24
Elections--Presidential, 1936  B8F12-13
Elections--Presidential, 1960  B8F14-15; B9F20,29,34
Elections--Presidential, 1964  B8F16-18
Elections--Presidential, 1972  B8F19-22; B22AC8; B23AC38; B33-F6; B38-5"56; B43-5"124; B44-7"16; B74F11
Elections--Presidential, 1976  B8F23-24; B22AC10,13
Elections--Presidential, 1980  B8F25; B15F5-6
Elections--Presidential, 1984  B8F26-29; B23Cs1,2; B24Cs11; B49V23
Elections--Presidential, 1988  B27CT24
Elections--Presidential, 1992  B1F13
Elections--Presidential, 1996  B1F13-14
Elections--Senate, 1972  B22AC1,22b; B23AC30; B31-4"29; B32-4"44; B43-5"124; B44-7"16; B45-7"18
Elections--Senate, 1974 B22AC15-16; B23AC39; B38-5"52; B43-5"124; B44-7"16; B45-7"18; B52
Elections--Senate, 1978  B9F1-6; B10F7; B21F9; B23AC24,26,37; B24Cs13,26; B25Cs33-36;B42-5"106-106c; B44-7"13; B48V15; B50-2"V7-10
Elections--Senate, 1982  B25Cs46
Elections--Senate, 1984  B9F7; B23Cs1; B24Cs9,11,24; B26CT 4-5; B27CT28-29; B48V14
Elections--Senate, 1986  B47V8
Elections--Sup. Court Justice  B23Cs 5; B24Cs11; B26Cs62; B27CT29
Environmental Issues  B14F5-6
Equal Rights Amendment  B14F7
FSM Exchange Club  B22AC3
Farkleberry  B9F8
Farm Bureau Political Rally  B25Cs43; B26Cs61; B27CT29
Fayetteville--City Manager  B9F42-43
Fayetteville--Politics; see Washington County--Politics
Fayetteville--School Board; see Washington County--School Boards
Federal Outlays  B22AC14,22
Freedom to Work Committee  B30-4"4,6
Focus on Northwest Arkansas  B23Cs3
Fulbright School of Pub. Affairs  B9F37
Gambling  B6F6; B47V3
General Assembly--Approval of  B14F8
Governors, Arkansas  B9F9
Grapevine  B23AC31
Gubernatorial Race--See Elections--Gubernatorial
Hazen--School Board, 1971 B21F11; B24Cs19
Higher Education--1980  B14F9
Hot Springs Tourist Commission  B33PS10
Huntsville Centennial  B23AC33
In Focus  B24AC29; B46Bt3
Industrial Developers of Ark.  B22AC20
Issues and Answers  B23AC39; B43-5"124; B44-7"16
Interest Groups  B21F12
Interest Rates  B6F7; B21F13
John Brown University  B22AC9
KARK Channel 4  B26CT18
KATV Channel 7  B26CT18
KHTV Channel 11  B26CT18
Kimpel Hall Dedication  B23Cs1
Ku Klux Klan, 1979  B52RR3
Labor Movement  B9F10
League of Women Voters  B9F11,21; B10F15; B47V5
Little Rock--Annexation  B26Cs58
Little Rock Central High  B21F14
Louisiana Politics, 1978  B47V7
Madison County--Politics  B26CT8-9
Madison Cty. Bicentennial Cel.  B23AC32; B52RR5
Media  B21F15
Moral Majority  B21F16
Mt. Nebo Chicken Fry  B23AC24,26
National Alliance  B10F10
Nat. Conservative Pol. Action Com.  B9F12
Nat. Electrical Contractors Ass.  B33PS2
Nat. Fed. of Republican Women  B9F13
Nat. Multiple Sclerosis Society  B34PS6
Negative Campaigning  B21F17
New America  B10F11
New Deal  B9F14-15
Newscene 7--Election Polls, 1978  B14F10
Nuclear War  B49V22
PM Magazine  B46Bt4
Political Action Committees  B21F18
Political Animals Club  B9F17
Political Consultants  B21F19
Politics--Arkansas, 1950s  B47V3
Polling Agencies  B14F11; B21F21
Pope County--Democratic Party  B25Cs46
Populist Party--1984  B9F19
President  B21F22
Presidential Elections--See Elections--Presidential
Press Secretary  B21F23
Progressive Labor Party  B22AC4; B45-7"17
Prohibition Party--1960  B9F20
Pulaski Cty.--Politics, 1966  B9F21; B74F12
Pulaski Cty--Democratic Party  B24Cs27
Pulaski Cty. Demo. Women  B22AC6,19
Pulaski Cty. Special School Dist.  B21F24
Radio Moscow  B26Cs59
Reagan Administration  B9F22
Religion in the News  B34PS12
Republican National Con.--1964  B9F26
Republican Party--Arkansas  B9F23; B10F2; B11F19
Rep. State Convention--1982  B25Cs48
Rep. State Convention--1984  B24Cs24-25
Right to Work, 1976  B22AC11; B33F2
Rockefeller Foundation  B9F27
Safer Driving Program, 1976  B34PS9
Saline County--Dem. Party  B24Cs26
School for the Blind  B23AC27
Sebastian County--Election, 1900  B10F13
Segregation--See Desegregation--Hazen Schools
Segregationist Literature  B9F28
Senate Elections--See Elections--Senate
Short Takes  B6F16
Socialist Political Parties--1960  B9F29; B10F11
Southern Speech Communication Ass.  B9F30
Southwestern Coal Mining Co.  B9F31
SWEPCO Public Relations  B34PS11
Stop Add. Highway Bonds Ass.  B9F32
Students Against Reaganism  B9F33
Supreme Court  B21F25
Supreme Court Justice Election--See Elections--Supreme Court Justice
Taxes  B6F8; B14F14
Television Resources  B21F26
Texas--At. Gen. Elect., 1982  B20F14
Theocratic Party--1960  B9F34
39th Infantry Brigade  B49VTR11
United Daughters of the Confederacy  B9F35
United Fund Drive  B34PS19
U.S. Catholic Conference, 1976  B34PS8
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Com.  B34PS7,13
U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Dev.  B34PS14
United Students Peace Com.  B9F36
University of Arkansas  B9F36-37
Usury Limits  B36-5"15; B37-5"41; B44-7"4
Veterans of Foreign Wars  B9F38
Voter Attitudes--1974  B14F15-16
Voter Attitudes--1978-1986  B15F1-11
Voter Instructions--Arkansas  B9F39
Voter Registration  B6F9; B11F19; B13F9; B24Cs13 B33F4
Voters, 18-20 Year-old  B22AC7; B23AC36; B30-3"54
Voting Behavior--1960-1978  B6F17
Washington County  B9F40-45
Washington Cty.--Dem. Party  B23Cs1; B24Cs23; B30-3"48
Washington Cty.--Dem. Primary  B9F41; B74F13
Washington County--Politics  B9F41-45
Washington Cty.--Schoolboards  B21F10; B24Cs19,31
Watergate  B23AC28; B43-5"125
 
 

B Series Index

In all cases below "B" represents the series designation, not a box number.  The items referred to in this index are located in boxes 56-71; box numbers are not indicated in this section of the index.

1984--See Orwell, George
Abortion  B 402; B 448
Adorno Theory  B 419
Affirmative Action  B 239; B 291
Afghanistan  B 259
Africa--Communism  B 163; B 362
Agriculture  B 46
Algiers Kiwanis Club  B 480
Aliens--See Foreign Nationals
America--Future  B 49; B 50; B 96; B 102; B 108; B 162; B 187; B 307; B 356; B 434; B 443; B 450-451
America--History and Heritage  B 38; B 43-44; B 151; B 176; B 182; B 214; B 422; B 425; B 453; B 458; B 498; B 533
America--Leader in Tech. Advances  B 42
America--Problems  B 99; B 133; B 143; B 154
America--Religious Heritage  B 38; B 43; B 176; B 425; B 501
America--Source of Strength  B 23
American Capitalism  B 88-89; B 156; B161-162; B 169; B 175; B 178; B 211-212; B 216-217; B 223-224; B 271; B 283; B 289; B 313-323; B 359; B 511
American Capitalism--See also Free Enterprise System
American Character  B 68; B 385; B 460
American Family  B 145; B 292; B 485
American Flag  B 327
Americanism  B 36; B 161; B 181; B 192; B 267; B 284; B 366
Anthony Dollar  B 254
Art  B 368
Automobile Industry  B 248; B 253; B 261; B 287
Balanced Budget--See Federal Budget
Banking Crisis  B 423
Basic Points  B 258
Bay of Pigs  B 484
Beluchistan Spark  B 262
Benson, George--Farewell Program  B 476
Bicentennial  B 2; B 28; B 56
Bilingualism  B 523
Boland Amendment  B 460
Boys State/Nation  B 332
Brezhnev Doctrine  B 442
Britain--Second Battle for  B 346
Budget--See Federal Budget
Business  B 283; B 359; B 462
Businesses--Small  B 115
Busing  B 290; B 402
Cancun Conference  B 355
Capitalism--See American Capitalism
Carmichael, Stokely  B 456
Carter Administration--Nicaragua--See Nicaragua
Causa B 447
Censorship by Liberals  B 435
Census  B 257
CIA  B 4
Checks and Balances System  B 11; B 539
China  B 78; B 198; B 204; B 206-207; B 274; B 342; B 372
Chou En-Lai  B 198
Christian Citizen  B 295
Chrysler Corporation  B 248; B 253; B 261
Civil Defense  B 97
Civil Rights  B 525
Civilizations--Rise and Decline  B 343
Civilized Society--Price of  B 75
Clay, C.L.  B 280
Coal  B 236
Colleges--Private  B 174
Common Storehouse Syndrome  B 513
Commonism  B 306
Communism B 24; B 123; B 132; B 144; B 159; B 184; B 272; B 368; B 444; B 508
Communism--United States  B 4; B 420-421; B 437; B 475
Communism--World Domination B 9; B 17; B 21; B 27; B 35; B 105; B 137-139; B 141; B 148; B 163; B 168; B 170; B 177; B 189; B 192-195; B 198; B 204; B 206-207; B 218; B 243-244; B 246-247; B 259-260; B 265-266; B 274; B 310; B 324; B 328; B 358; B 362; B 375; B 380; B 386; B 391-392; B 412; B 430; B 438; B 440; B 442; B 469; B 486; B 493; B 519; B 534;B 536-537
Communist Party USA  B 4
Communists--and Strikes  B 152
Congress  B 395-396; B 479
Congress--98th Session  B 514
Congress--Corruption in  B 57; B 69; B 81; B 84; B 486
Congress--Investigations by  B 6
Congress--Employee Right to Strike  B 10
Conservative Ideology  B 502
Conservatism--Assaults on  B 419
Conspiracy Theory  B 351
Constitution of the United States--See United States--Constitution
Constitution Week  B 80
Constitutional Convention--Need for  B 479
Consumer Price Index  B 249; B 264
Controls--See Federal Government--Controls and Regulations
Council on Foreign Relations  B 351
Counterfeiting  B 381
Crime  B 65; B 183
Cuba  B 137; B 141; B 148; B 246-247; B 484
Cults  B 213
Declaration of Independence  B 458
Defense Spending--See United States--Armed Forces
Deficit Spending--See Federal Government--Spending and Debt
Democracy  B 488
Demosthenes--Warning of  B 193
Detente  B 17; B 45; B 469; B 493
Divestiture  B 82
Domestic Content Bill  B 418
Drugs  B 339
Economic Growth and Decay  B 98; B 276; B 353-354; B 405; B 414; B 436; B 503
Economic System--American--See American Capitalism
Economics  B 369; B 407; B 409; B 470; B 512
Education  B 31; B 191; B 347; B 394; B 426; B 432; B 441; B 523; B 538
El Salvador  B 430
Election Law Reforms  B 15
Elections--1976  B 86
Elections--1980  B 298; B 302
Employment  B 217; B 359; B 365; B 416-417; B 436; B 491
Employment--See also Unemployment
Energy  B 130; B 131; B 235-237; B 393
Energy--Conservation of  B 100; B 135
Energy Crisis  B 219; B 333
Enterprise Square, U.S.A.  B 409-410
Environmentalism  B 237
Equal Rights Amendment  B 39; B 103; B 197
Equality  B 71; B 77; B 149; B 269; B 515
Ethiopia  B 520
Fairness Doctrine  B 245; B 391a
Family--See American Family
Famine  B 9; B 520
Farmers  B 63; B 122; B 185
Federal Budget  B 226; B 263; B 268; B 270; B 377; B 379; B 431
FBI  B 148; B 325-326; B 329
Federal Courts  B 15; B 540
Fed. Gov.--Controls and Regulations  B 11; B 47; B 55; B 72; B 91; B 114; B 135; B 159; B 186; B220; B 224; B 234; B 236-237; B 241-242; B 248; B 353
Fed. Gov.--Abuses and Corruption  B 57; B 64; B 69; B 81; B 84; B 428; B 483; B 489
Fed. Gov.--Declaring Bankruptcy  B 22
Federal Gov.--Limiting of  B 357; B 376; B 473
Fed. Gov.--Spending and Debt  B 1; B 5; B 140; B 155; B 158; B 175; B 201; B 227; B 251; B263; B 268; B 270; B 282; B 298; B 319; B 371; B 373; B 385; B 411; B 439; B 450; B 452; B 457; B 467; B 473; B 478; B 494; B 504; B 524
Federal Gov.--Socialistic Trends B 14; B 16; B 20; B 51; B 121; B 164; B 317; B 378; B 509
Federal Government--Taxation B 32; B 37; B 94; B 155; B 160; B 163-165; B 181-182; B 186; B 199; B 226; B 235; B 238; B 261; B 270; B 273; B 281-282; B 306; B 335-336; B 373; B 377; B 397; B 408; B 418; B 424; B 427; B 429; B 439; B 487; B 497; B 500
Federal Gov.--vs. State Government  B 11
Federal Reserve System  B 250; B 252; B 382-383; B 406
Federal Spending--See Federal Government--Spending and Debt
Federal Urban Renewal  B 245
First Amendment  B 477
Fiscal Policy  B 104
Flag--See American Flag
Food Stamps  B 321
Ford  B 168
Ford Foundation  B 370
Foreign Aid  B 58; B 209; B 285-286; B 388
Foreign Nationals  B 257; B 417
Foundations--Tax-Exempt  B 370
Fourth of July--See Independence Day
Franklin, Benjamin  B 176
Free Enterprise System  B 3; B 90; B 134; B 162; B 212; B 216; B 224; B 228; B 323; B 350; B 532
Free Enterprise System--See also American Capitalism
Free Labor  B 24
Free Market  B 228; B 232-233; B 278
Freedom  B 61; B 72; B 87; B 90; B 109-110; B 113; B 212; B 240; B 255; B 293; B 350; B 366; B 431; B 433; B 470; B 480; B 490; B 496; B 528
Freedom--Dangers to  B 59; B 161-162; B 167
Freedom Day   B 85
Freedom Doctrine  B 442
Freedom House  B 534
Freedom Radios  B 466
Fulbright Memorandum  B 391
Gasoline  B 26; B 234; B237; B 261; B 418
Germany  B 205
Germany--Prosperity  B 166
Gold Standard  B 316-318; B 405
Government--Limiting of--See Federal Government--Limiting of
Government--Republican Form of  B 395
Government Controls--See Federal Government--Controls and Regulations
Government Employees--Strike  B 10
Government Regulations--See Federal Government--Controls and Regulations
Government Waste--See Federal Government--National Debt
Grace Commission  B 510
Great Britain--Health Care  B 188
Grenada  B 461; B 505
Gun Control  B 337
Health Care  B 12; B 95; B 188
Helsinki Accord  B 27
History--See America--History and Heritage
History--Lessons and Truisms  B 33; B 255; B 434; B 455
Hodge, Ed  B 480
Human Rights  B 163; B 179; B 184; B 206; B 331; B 537
Humanism--See Secular Humanism
Hunter, Edward  B 190
Independence Day  B 62; B 330
Individual Retirement Accounts  B 363
Individualism  B 267; B 306; B 366
Industry  B 178
Industry  See also Steel Industry
Industry--Nationalization of--See Federal Government--Socialistic Trends
Inflation  B 18; B 153; B 215; B 249; B 268; B 271; B 311; B 319; B 365; B 429
Interest Rates  B 253; B 311; B 384; B 413; B 489; B 492
Internal Security--See Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
International Monetary Fund  B 424
Iran  B 254; B 275
Israel  B 206
Japan--Prosperity  B 150-151; B 190
Japan--World War II, Surrender of  B 200
Jefferson, Thomas  B 533
Jobs--See Employment
Judd, Dr.  B 279
July 4--See Independence Day
KGB  B 412
Korea  B 79; B 274
Labor  B 120
Labor Reform Act--1977  B 135; B 136
Labor Unions  B 445-446
Latin America--Communism  B 137; B 141; B 148; B 168; B 170; B 243-244; B 246-247; B 360; B 380; B 430; B 461; B 484; B 505; B 507; B 522; B 529-530
Lebanon  B 459
Liberal Ideology  B 502
Liberty  B 482; B 494; B 533
Line Item Veto  B 467
MCPL  B 52
MacArthur, Douglas  B 200
Management--Automatic Screening of  B 111
Man's Rights--See Human Rights
Market Economy--See American Capitalism
Media  B 415; B 433; B 462; B 505
Medicine--See Health Care
Mexico--Communism  B 170; B 360; B 522
Middle East  B 206; B 254; B 275; B 280; B 459
Minimum Wage--See Wages
Money--Source and Supply  B 311; B 313-317; B 383; B 468; B 518
Monroe Doctrine--See Latin America
Moral Decay  B 257; B 276; B 294; B 503; B 531
Moscow Manifesto  B 391
NSC 68  B 117
Namibia  B 171; B 361
Narcotics--See Drugs
National Dividend Plan  B 479
National Education Program  B 172
National Health Insurance  B 12
National Planning Legislation  B 20
Natural Gas  B 91; B 126; B 156
Neutron Bomb  B 401
New York City--Financial Problems  B 37
Nicaragua  B 243-244; B 507; B 529-530
Nomenklatura  B 449
North Africa--Communism B 163
NATO  B 280
Nuclear Freeze  B 392; B 401; B 437-438
Nuclear Power  B 19
Oceans--Resources  B 41
Oil  B 126; B 156; B 224-225; B 234; B 237; B 288; B 296; B 424
OPEC  B 288; B 296; B 341
Olympics  B 499
Olympics--Boycott of  B 262a
Operation Rescue  B 448
Orwell, George  B 474
Panama-Havana-Moscow Axis  B 7
Panama Canal  B 7; B 25; B 60; B 76; B 93; B 138; B 139; B 157
Patriotism  B 300
Peace Offensive  B 387
Picasso  B 368
Planning Bill  B 16
Poland  B 310
Political Decay  B 276; B 503
Politicians--Betrayal of America  B 34; B 541
Poverty  B 210; B 428; B 454-455
Powell Memorandum  B 348-349
Prayer in Schools  B 402; B 477
Price Controls--See Federal Government--Controls and Regulations
Private Enterprise--See American Capitalism; Free Enterprise
Private Property--Right to  B 184-185; B 224; B 278
Profit Motive  B 3; B 42; B 87; B 124-125; B 228; B 278; B 283; B 481
Protectionism  B 301; B 338
Public Financing  B 101
Pupil Rights Amendment  B 538
Race Relations--See Affirmative Action; Busing; Carmichael, Stokely; Civil Rights
Reaganomics  B 352; B 364
Rebate Concept  B 5
Recession  B 364; B 369; B 404; B 413; B 415
Red China--See China
Regulations--See Federal Government--Controls and Regulations
"Reilly--Ace of Spies"  B 484
Religion and Politics  B 501; B 504; B 539
Religion in America--See America--Religious Heritage
Religious Repression  B 73
Retirees  B 271
Reuther Memorandum  B 391a
Revolution  B 67
Rhodesia  B 275; B 543
Rights, Individual  B 482
Russia--See Soviet Union
Sagebrush Rebellion  B 256
Sanctuary Movement  B 530
Sandinistas--See Nicaragua
Saving Money  B 217; B 271; B 354; B 363; B 436; B 526
Secret Agreements  B 54; B 157
Secret Documents  B 116-119
Secular Humanism  B 294; B 297; B 308-309
Sea-Bed Resources--See Oceans--Resources
Sea Treaty  B 356
Social Security  B 344-345; B 353; B 398-400
Socialism  B 310; B 312; B 366; B 445; B 508-509
Solzhenitsyn  B 182-183
Sons of the American Revolution  B 202
South Africa  B 146; B 203; B 275; B 542-543
Soviet Union  B 173; B 204
Sov. Union--Exports of Technology to  B8
Soviet Union--Internal Resistance  B 449
Soviet Union--Military Power  B 29
Soviet Union--World Domination  B 17; B 21; B 105; B 148; B 194-195; B 204; B 246-247; B 259-260; B 266; B 274; B 324; B 328; B 358; B 362; B 375; B 380; B 385; B 391; B 412; B 438; B 442; B 475; B 493; B 519; B 522; B 537
Soviet Union--World Domination--See also Communism--World Domination
Special Interest Groups  B 452
Standard of Living  B 341
State vs. Federal Government--See Federal Government--vs. State Government
Steel Industry  B 147; B 179; B 180
Stock Market  B 352
SALT II  B 160; B 194; B 222; B 230-231
Strikes  B 10; B 152
Student Attitudes  B 340
Supreme Court  B 187
Sweden  B 208
Taiwan  B 207
Taxes and Taxation--See Federal Government--Taxation
Taxpayer Revolt  B 181; B 281; B 497
Television  B 334; B 462
Term Limitation  B 357
Terrorism  B 48; B 142; B 174; B 463
Texas Free Enterprise Project  B 532
Textbook Evaluation  B 350; B 394; B 506
Tocqueville, Alexis de  B 176
Trade  B 374
Trilateral Commission  B 221
Unemployment  B 70; B 140; B 158; B 367; B 417
United Nations  B 30; B 40; B 361; B 463-465; B 471-472; B 537-538
UNESCO  B 465; B 471-472
United State--Armed Forces  B29; B 277; B 365; B 440
United States--Constitution  B 30; B 79-80; B 202; B 458; B 540
United States--Dept. of Education   B 538
United States--Foreign Policy  B 74; B 156; B 169; B 298; B 324; B 351; B 372; B 375; B 389; B 461
United States--Naval Power  B 29
United States Day  B 30
Urban Renewal--See Federal Urban Renewal
Values Clarification--See Secular Humanism
Vietnamese War B 13
Von Mises  B 233
Voter Participation  B 181; B 495; B 501
Wages  B 169; B 257; B 367; B 418; B 491
War on Poverty--See Poverty
Washington, George  B 422; B 533
Weber Case  B 240
Welfare  B 210; B 321; B 398; B 435; B 504; B 517; B 541
West  B 182
Windfalls Profit Tax  B 235; B238; B 261; B 273
Women Workers  B 511
Women's Rights  B 39
Workfare--See Welfare
World Domination by Communists--See Communism--World Domination
World Government  B 53; B 83
World Peace Council  B 35
World War II--Japanese Surrender  B 200
World War III  B 36; B 274; B 469
Yogoda  B 190
York College  B 196



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