The Senate: Fulbright's Firing Line

For a man who constantly complains that the U.S. Senate is being ignored, Arkansas Senator J.W. Fulbright consistently manages to grab a remarkable amount of national attention. He was at his testy best again last week. He took on the Administration, charging that it had "tailored and even changed facts" in rushing a renewal agreement with Spain concerning the use of U.S. military bases there. He also assailed the television industry for doing as much to expand the powers of the presidency "as would a constitutional amendment formally abolishing the [other two]...

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