Index


Index


A

AASCU (American Association of State Colleges and Universities), 187, 193, 203, 245

ACE (American Council on Education), 68–72, 78–79, 84, 137, 173, 203

ACE Commission on Leadership Development, 203

Acheson, Dean, 17, 19

Ackerman, Robert J., xiii, 284, 285, 288, 334

Adamany, David, 56

Adler, Madeleine Wing, 56, 345

Adler, Norman, 56

African Americans

Black Muslims, 54

Black Panthers, 69

"black power," 69

Blacks, militant, 73

subjugation of, 162

AFT (American Federation of Teachers), 213, 214

AGB (Association of Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities), 271–273, 307–308, 384–385

AGB Reports, 173

Agnew, Chuck, 263, 271, 272–274, 311, 353

Alabama (AL)

arrest of Martin Luther King, Jr., 52

black demonstrators, in Selma, 69

freedom riders' bus, mob set fire to, 48

Albee, Edward, 202

Alexander, Lamar, 141

Allen, Nat, 229

Ambrose, Moira, xiii

Ambrose, Stephen, xiii

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 76–77

American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), 187, 203, 245

American Communist Party, 13

American Council on Education, 218, 230

American Council on Education (ACE), 68, 372

about, 69–72, 78–79

Educational Record, journal of, 173, 203, 234, 255

fellows program, 231

impact on Pettit, 84, 90

meeting of European professors, co-sponsored by, 218

At the Pleasure of the President (Kauffman), published by, 385

presentation given at, 137

uniform of, 85

American Educational Research Association, 173

American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 213, 214

Anaconda Company, 30

Anderson, Forrest, 83, 90, 95, 96, 102, 114, 148

Anderson, LeRoy, 39, 43–44

Anderson, Marian, 25

Anderson, Sharon "Shari," xiii

about, 35–36

Allison "Hallie," birth of daughter, 67

courtship and marriage, to Lawrence Pettit, 44, 53

divorce, from Lawrence Pettit, 132

Edward "Ned," birth of son, 67

graduate studies, 37

Jennifer, birth of daughter, 55

Matthew, birth of son, 57

move to Washington D.C. area, 69

moving back to Montana, 79

political lair and, 45–46

politicalization of, 90

separation, from Lawrence Pettit, 126

Angell, George W., Handbook of Faculty Bargaining, 117, 243

anti-war demonstrations, 73, 74, 78–79, 85, 89

"ant-riot" amendments, 74–75

APLU (Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities), 382

APSCUF See Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty (APSCUF)

Arceneaux, William, xiii, 156, 162, 174–175

Arias, Oscar, 270

Arkansas (AR)

Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka impact on, 25, 33, 51

Fulbright of, 31, 40

racial attitudes of, 31

Armstrong, Neil, 78

Armstrong, Sidney, xiii, 98

Army Reserve, Montana, 23–24

Arnold, Kathleen, 224–225

Asher, Don, 324

Cool Colleges for the Hyper-Intelligent, 317–318

Ashworth, Kenneth, 156–157, 166–167, 168–169, 177

assassination

of Martin Luther King, Jr., 73

of civil rights workers, 63, 161

of John F. Kennedy, 59–61

of Robert F. Kennedy, 73

Associated Press, 122, 124, 125–126

Association for the Study of Higher Education, 173

Association of American Universities, 70

Association of Governing Boards, 204

Association of Governing Boards, San Francisco, 137

Association of Governing Boards of Colleges and Universities (AGB), 173, 271–273, 307–308, 384–385

Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty (APSCUF)

Committee to Refocus the University and, 262

contract negotiations and, 274–276

creation of, 246

"no confidence campaign" and, 318, 324–325, 334–336, 339–342, 353, 358 (See also vote of no confidence)

union leadership relationship to Pettit, 327–331

See also faculty unions; Heilman, Patricia

Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU), 382

Asting, Neil, 274, 327

At the Pleasure of the Board (Kauffman), 325–326, 385

Atlantic Monthly, 22

Atwater, Lee, 96

Atwater, Tony, 377

Austin (TX), 162, 163, 165–166, 169

Ayer, A.J., Language Truth and Logic, 202

B

Babcock, Tim, 69, 95

Baird-Olson, Karren, xiii

Baker vs. Carr (1962), 96

Bardanouve, Francis, 123, 127

Barron's, on IUP education, 254

Baucus, Max, 87, 113, 118, 134–137

Beaver County Times (PA), on curriculum requirements at public universities, 316–317

Berlin, Sir Isaiah, 71

Berlin Wall, 51, 208

Bigfork (MT), 232

Billings (MT), 96, 140, 145, 152

Billings, Harry and Gretchen, 30

Billings, Leon, 29–30, 37

The Billings Gazette, 107

on constitutional autonomy of regents, 112

editorial on Pettit, 138

on ETV chairman indicted, 124

Birmingham, Alabama (AL), arrest of Martin Luther King, Jr., 52

Black Muslims, 54

Black Panthers, 69

"black power," 69

blacks, militant, 73

Blacks (African Americans), subjugation of, 162

Bob Jones University, South Carolina, 33

Bohlinger, John, 31, 99

Bolshevik Revolution, in Russia, 3, 208

bombing, of federal building (Oklahoma City), 280

Bonilla, Tony, 176, 179–180

Bonner, John W., 43–44

Bowers, Richard, 113

Bozeman (MT), 27, 79, 84, 91, 92

See also Montana State University (MSU), Bozeman

Bozeman Daily Chronicle, on university commissioner’ sanctions, 112–113

Bradley, Dorothy, 234

Brewster, John, 228–229

Britton, Tom, 215

Brookings Institution, 33

Brooks, Jeff, 302, 303, 307, 310, 324

Brown, Bob, xiii, 87

Brown, Charles, 6, 7, 8

Brown, James (interim chancellor, SIU), 192

Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka, 25, 33, 51

Buckley, William F., 23

Buriok, Jerry, 274

Bush, George W., 181, 183, 325

Bush, H.W., 161, 216

Bush (G.W.) inauguration (1989), 216

Butte (MT)

about, 130

development of, 35

diversity of, 29

Metcalf (Lee) in, 42–43, 45

newspapers in, 112, 131

university system support from, 129

upper crust of, 32

C

California (CA)

assassination of Kennedy (Robert) in, 73

bumper stickers in Montana, 96

and "indirect cost recovery funds," 75

as part of "Sun Belt," 79

Reagan, elected Governor of, 69

Watts (Los Angeles), race riots in, 69

Callan, Patrick, 129–130, 131

Caller Times (Corpus Christi), 176–177

Calnan, Joe, 122

Cambridge (England), 314–315, 317, 375

Camp, Robert, 336–337

campus riots, 72–73

Camus, Albert, 374

Cannon, Ross, 106, 115

Cantu, Norma, 176–177

Caputo, Joe, 362, 364

Carbondale (IL), 188, 189, 213

See also Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC)

Carden, James, 114–115

Carone, Patrick, 314

Carson, Rachel, Silent Spring, 55

Carter, Jimmy, 118, 147, 162, 240

Casey, Bob, 356

Catholic Church

parochial school funding, 41, 78

Roe vs. Wade and, 142

social justice issues, focus on, 183–184

Catholics, 12

running for political office, 44–45

Central America, educating students in U.S., 174–175

Central High School, Little Rock (AR), 33

Cevallos, Javier, 362–363, 385

Chamberlain, A.R., 124

Chaney, James, 63, 161

Charles University (Prague), 206–207

Cheney, Dick, 57

Chernenko, Konstantin, 208

Chiang Kai-shek, 14

Chicago (IL)

about, 189

Democratic national convention (1968), 73, 74

See also University of Illinois

Chicago East/West Corporate Corridor Association, 203

Children's Television Workshop, 121

China, 13–14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 141

Christiansen, Bill, 148–149

Chronicle of Higher Education, on university Marxist divisions between management and workers, 255, 383

church and state issues, 54–55, 77–78, 143

Churchill, Winston S., 6, 9, 313

Cisneros, Henry, 175–176, 179, 180–181

civil disobedience, 52

Civil Rights Act (1964), 62, 66, 67

civil rights movement

advocates of, 48

in early 1960's, 51–52

gathering storm of, 25

killing of civil rights workers, 63, 161

protests in South, 54

race issues, discussion of, 12

race riots and, 68–69, 73

struggles of, 58–59

Clean Water Act, 209

Clements, William, 169

Clinton, Bill, 180–181, 279–280

My Life, 282, 385

Clinton campaign, 234

Colbo, Keith, xiv

Colburg, Delores, 113, 120–121, 128

Cold War, 13, 51, 55, 208

Colorado State University, 124

Commission on Postsecondary Education, 128

commissioner

Commissioner of Higher Education (MT)

appointment of, 105–108

budgeting issues for, 126–127

Commission on Postsecondary Education and, 128–129

educational mill levy tax, renewal of, 133–134

leaving job as, 138–140

politicizing job as, 116–119

Western-Tech issues impact on, 129–132

communism

expansion of, 13–14, 16, 17–18, 19, 36

fear of, 20–21, 24

linking Murray (James) to, 39

in the 1950s, 47

Communist Party, in Russia, 208

community college, transfer students, 258

Compendium of South Dakota Biography, 150

"Congress, Confusion and Indirect Costs" (Pettit, L), 77

Congressional Quarterly, 153

Congressional Record, 22

Connell, Michael, xv

Connor, Eugene "Bull," 52

conservatism, 11

conservatives

as champions of the people, 89

control of power, 51, 79

and Eisenhower, 28

federal aid to schools, 41

Johnson/Goldwater presidential campaign and, 65–67

"Moral Majority," 209

news outlets for, 33

prayer in schools and, 54–55

Reagan Revolution and, 66–67, 161

Reaganomics, support of, 183

and right-wing dictators, 36–37

Roe vs. Wade and, 142

test for fitness of public office, 29

truth, view of, 49

on women's rights issues, 184

constitution, new (MT), 100, 102–106, 108, 111, 112, 126–127

constitutional autonomy (MT), 105–107, 109, 112, 128, 133, 269

constitutional convention (MT), 87, 95, 97

contracts (Pettit), at IUP

extensions, 311–312, 314, 319, 324–325, 341, 350, 353–354, 357

renewals, 289–291, 301–310, 325

Cook, Robert E., 260, 317

Cool Colleges for the Hyper-Intelligent (Asher), 317–318

Coolidge, Calvin, 29

Coor, Lattie, 50

Copps, Jack and Penny, 155

CORETECH, 203

Corpus Christi (TX), 176–177

Corpus Christi State University (TX), 170

Corr, Edwin, 175

Coulson, Patrick, xiv

Council of European Rectors, 218

Council on Postsecondary Education (TX), 173

counterculture, growth of, 78

Coy, Jeffrey, xiv

Crippen, Bruce, 31

Crisp, Harry, II, 216, 228

Crisp, Rosemary, 216

Cuban missile crisis, 54, 55, 59

Curris, Constantine "Deno," 278

Czech Republic, 206–207

D

Daily Egyptian (Carbondale, IL), 229

on Pettit interview at University of Colorado, 224

Dallas, Texas, assassination of Kennedy (John), 59

Darby, Joe, xiii

Darrow, George, xiv

Datsopoulos, Joan, 231

Datsopoulos, Milton, 110, 115, 117, 231, 285, 287, 293

Davis, Angela, 85

Davison, Zane, xiii

D-Day, 8–9

Defense Appropriations bill, Department of (1968), 76

Delaney, Michael, 321

Delaney, Susan, xiii

and extension of Pettit contract, 355

as friend to Pettit, 285, 287, 288, 324

and "no confidence campaign," 334, 337

and Pettit's audit, 301–302, 306–307

reappointment to council of trustees, 313

Deloitte and Touche, audit, 306, 308–309, 310, 311

DeMichele, Peggy, 88

Democratic Party

election of Kennedy for president, 44–45, 49

election results (1972), in Montana, 100, 103

election results (1978), in Montana, 136–137

environmental protection and, 89

first year of Kennedy presidency and, 53–54

labeling of, 13, 16

loss of the South impacting, 66

national convention, Chicago (1968), 73, 74

postwar Truman years and, 14–15

presidency, of Bill Clinton (1992 &1996), 279

presidential nomination (1972), 90

separationof powers incident in, 47

at SIUC, 210

"Southern strategy" and, 51, 161

state headquarters, Helena, 34–35

wings of, 61

Democrats

blue-collar, 90, 161

in Butte, 32

from Montana in Washington D.C., 39–43

Southern, federal aid to education, 41

See also Young Democrats

demonstrations, anti-war, 73–74, 78–79, 85, 89

Dennison, George, 233

Denver Post, on feud between regents, 223

Department of Defense Appropriations bill (1968), 76

Department of Homeland Security, 321

D'Ewart, Wesley, 39

Dillion

Dillon (MT)

Board of Regents meeting in, 116–117

newspapers in, 112, 130–131

Western Montana College at, 29, 118, 129–131

Division of Workers' Compensation (MT), investigation of corruption in, 114–116

Dixon, Alan, 222, 226, 230

Dixon, F. Eugene "Fitz," Jr., 270, 315, 329

Dockstader, Ray, 39

Douglas, Helen Gahagan, 50

Douglas, Patricia, 115

Douglas, Paul, 40, 338

Dowling, Tom, 115

Driscoll, John, 136

Duggan, Robert, 324, 334

Dukakis, Michael, 216

Duke University, 68, 71, 77

Dunkle, Frank, 94

Dunlap, E.T., 174–175

Dunn, Ralph, 227–228

Duquesne Club of Pittsburgh, 271, 384

Durkin, Kathleen, 306

Dzivi, Dick, 92

E

Eagle Bend (MT), 232

Earth Day, 89

economic recovery program, FDR’s, 7

Ecton, Zales, 18, 20, 35

Edgar, Jim, 217, 218, 220, 226, 228

Education Commission of the States, 173

Educational Broadcasting Commission, 229

educational mill levy tax, renewal of, 133–134

Educational Record (American Council on Education), 173, 234

Educational Record (journal, American Council on Education), 173, 203, 234, 255

Educational Resources Group (ERG), 347–348

educational television (ETV), 123, 125

Edwardsville (IL), 188, 190, 191, 193, 194

Eisenhower, Dwight, 6, 8, 19–20, 28, 33, 36, 142

El Salvador, 175

Eliot, Tomas Hopkinson, 50

Elliott, Ivan, 185–186, 190, 194, 210, 218–219, 221–222, 227–228

The Emerging Republican Majority (Phillips), 79, 381

England, 314–315, 317, 375

Engle vs. Vitale, prayer in schools, 54–55, 67

environmental movement, 55

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 89

environmentalists, image of, 89

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), 89

Episcopal Church, 12, 103, 188

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 62

equality for women, 103

ERG (Educational Resources Group), 347–348

Erickson, Leif, 34, 35

ETV (educational television), 123, 125

Evans, Lewy, 116, 117

Evers, Medgar, 58

Express News (San Antonio), 179

external controls, at public universities, 255–256

F

facilities

faculty unions, 210–214, 254–255, 275–276, 325, 326–331, 339–340

See also Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty (APSCUF)

False Witness (Matusow), 18

Falwell, Jerry, 209

Farmer's Union, 30, 34

Faubus, Orval, 33

FDR See Roosevelt, Franklin D.

feminist movement, 103

Fetterman, Pam, 293–294

Fife, Sandra, 279

Finley Point (MT), 232–236

Fisher, Joan, 271, 272–273, 273, 274, 293, 295

Fisher, Mike, 356

Fjare, Orvin, 45

flagship universities, 70, 79, 170, 191, 243, 344, 363, 382–383

Flathead Lake Lodge (MT), 232

Forbes, Malcolm, 152

Forbes, Steve, 152

Forbes Magazine, 152

Foreman, Norma, 167

Formosa (Taiwan), 14, 325

Fossum, Jennifer See Pettit, Jennifer

Fossum, Leah, 285, 294

Fossum, Paul, xiii, 175, 285, 294

Fossum, Rosemary "Rosie," xiii

Fossum, Sam, 285, 294

Frank, Fredrick, 151

Frank, Sarah, 151

freedom riders, 48

Friel, Bob, 151, 153

Fry, Paul, 37

Fulbright, J. William, 31, 40, 338

Fulmer, William, 330

G

Gagarin, Yuri, 51

Gallatin County (MT), elections (1972), 85, 88, 90–92, 100

"game the system," 257, 384

gay community, 286, 292

Gereau, Mary Condon, 41

Gido, Rosemary, xiii

Gingrich, Newt, 48, 279

Githens, D.W., 21

Glacier National Park (MT), 232

glasnost (openness), 208

Goebel, Janet, 260

Goldsmith, Pete, 352–353

Goldwater, Barry, 31, 65, 66–67, 161

Gondolf, Edward, xiii

Goodall, Jane, 202

Goodman, Andrew, 63, 161

Gorbachev, Mikhail, 208–209

Grattan, Tim, 35, 44, 232

Gray, Randy, xiii

Graybill, Leo, Jr., 50

Great Falls (MT), 121

Great Falls Tribune, 30, 117

comment on charges of Baucus as ineffective congressman, 136

on constitutional autonomy of regents, 112

on Pace corruption charge, 123

support for Pettit as Commissioner of Higher Education, 138

wedding of Lawrence Pettit to Libby Medley, 155–156

Green, Edith, 72, 75

Gregory, Bill, xiii

Gregory, Dorothy Brown Pettit See Pettit, Dorothy Brown

Gregory, Wilbur, 8, 10

Groff, Bill, 127

Gruny, Richard, 226

Guatemala, 175

Guccione, Robert, 78

Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, 65

Gutierrez, Ricardo, 171

Gutteridge, Thomas, 208

Guyon, John, 201

H

Haas, Mary, 171, 173

Haas, Paul, 171, 173

Hall, Bill, xv, 229

Haller, John, 217

Hample, Judy, xiv

and contract Pettit's extension, 355–356

on doctoral program, 252–253, 344, 370

on emeritus status for Pettit, 365

influence on streamlining processes, 322

and inherited battles as chancellor, 346, 353

and Pettit's early retirement, 359

relationship to university presidents, 329

and rumors from union leadership, 337

Handbook of Faculty Bargaining (Angell & Kelly, E.), 117, 243

Handler, Philip, 77

Harlowton Times, 133

Harper's, 22

Harrington, Fred Harvey, 62

Harrisburg Patriot-News, on university presidents' salaries, 363

Hart, Dean, 117

Hartigan, Neil, 203, 217–218, 220, 222, 226, 228, 230

Hastings, Howard, xiii

Hatfield, Paul, 135–136

Hayes, Maureen, 18

HBCs (Historically Black Colleges), 178

Heberly, Ted, 116, 117

Heilman, Patricia

leaving union leadership, 341

"no confidence campaign" and, 330, 334–335, 337

relationship to Pettit, 275–376

See also Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty (APSCUF)

Helena (MT), 92

constitutional convention in, state, 87

Democratic Party in, 34

development of, 35

elections (1972), 100

Hennessy, Bernard, 68

Henry Regnery publishing house, 23

Hermitage (Russia), 209

Hibbard, Henry, 103

Hightower, Jim, 166

Hill, Anita, 234

Hill, Lister, 38

Hispanic students, 170, 178, 180

Hispanic universities, 179

Hispanics, 171, 176

Hiss, Alger, 17

Historically Black Colleges (HBCs), 178

Hitler, Adolf, 8

Hjort, Barry, 110

Hobby, William P., 169–170

Hogan, Steve, 31–32

Holligshead, Cameron, xv

Holman, Mark

and extension of Pettit's contract, 304

funding of Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Center, 321

goes to Homeland Security, 323–324, 361

as governor’s chief of staff, 277

and "no confidence campaign," 340, 343, 354, 359

and Pettit audit, 290, 301, 302, 306–307, 311, 314

Homeland Security, Department of, 321

Honduras, 175

Hoover, Herbert, 14, 20

Houston Chronicle, 176

Hovanec, Robert, 289-290, 302, 303, 304–305, 307, 310

How to Get An Ivy League Education at a Public University (Nemko), 254

Howard, Jim, 151, 153

Huitt, Ralph K., xvi, 53, 57, 58, 61–62, 84, 196

Humphrey, Hubert H., 39, 45, 74, 134, 338

Hurley, Elizabeth "Boo," 121

I

ICBM (Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles), 54

Illinois (IL)

about Southern, 188–190

See also University of Illinois

Illinois Charitable Trusts Advisory Council, 203, 217

Illinois Coalition, 203

Illinois Commission on Future of Public Service, 203

Illinois Council on Economic Education, 203

Illinois-Niigata Council on Education and Economic Development, 203

independents, 87

Indiana Gazette (IUP)

on achievements of Pettit, 370–371

on Board's no confidence vote, 341–342

on Board's vote, 341

on Pettit's leadership at IUP, 358

Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP)

about, 239–240, 245–246

on Board's no confidence vote, 341–342

culture of, 255, 265–271

doctoral programs, funding for, 249–253, 383

environmental concerns at, 264–265

faculty at, 254–255

financial issues for, 261–264

as four-year community college experience, 258

funding for, 262–263, 321–322, 344, 347

living quarters for president of, 240–242

9-11 tragedies, response to, 321–323

performance indicators at, use of, 256–257

relationship with system administration, 243–245

sports at, 270, 315–316

stagnation, challenge of, 259–261

"status quo president" (IUP), 314–318 (See also 9-11, tragedies of)

student services, updating and expanding of, 262, 318–319, 348–349

students, staying in touch with, 320

union contracts at, negotiation of, 274–276

University School at, 331–334, 335, 340

vote of no confidence at, 276, 292, 318, 324–325, 327, 330, 334–336, 339–342, 353, 358 (See also Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty (APSCUF))

"war stories," of former presidents, 246–247

See also faculty unions

"indirect cost recovery funds," 75–77

Ingram, Richard T. "Tom," 271

Institute for Illinois, 203

Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM), 54

Iran, hostages in, 162

Iran-Contra affair, 209

Irish Catholics, 44

IUP (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) See Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP)

Ivins, Molly, 166

J

Jackson, Kayle, 87, 98

James, Scotty, 107

James, Ted, 105, 107, 117, 128, 130–131, 138, 152, 279

Japan, SIUC campus in, 203

John Birch Society, 30, 36, 54

John P. Murtha Institute for Homeland Security, 322

John Sutton Hall (IUP), 241, 287, 320

Johnson, Charles, 136

Johnson, David, 302–303

Johnson, Lyndon

election for vice president, 46–47

Gulf of Tonkin Resolution and, 65

at political start, 171

presidential campaign (1964), 66–67

presidential race (1968), withdrawing from, 73

signing of Civil Rights Act of 1964, 62–63

support by Huitt (Ralph) for, 58

support for federal aid for private schools, 41

support for Montana Democrat, 39, 40

Voting Rights Act (1965) and, 69

vs. Kennedy (John), 61

War On Poverty and, 66, 68–69

Johnson and Johnson Co., New Jersey, 84

Jordan, Bryce, 167

Judge, Blanche, 92–94, 98, 99

Judge, Carol, 53, 83, 100, 101, 149

Judge, Tom

ambitions to move to U.S. Senate, 135, 136

appointment of regents, as governor (MT), 116–117

background of, 46, 83

campaign finances (1972), investigation of, 114–116

campaigns for governor of Montana (1972), 90–92, 94–99

campaigns for governor of Montana (1976), 117–118, 133

Commission on Postsecondary Education, appointments to, 128

Commissioner of Higher Education (MT), questions salary of, 108–109

death of, 150

election for governor of Montana (1972), 99–103

election for governor of Montana (1976), 133

election for governor of Montana (1980), 147–150

mother of, 92–94, 98, 99

state regents file law suit against governor's office, 110–112, 127

as symbol of change, in Montana, 141

Western-Tech issue and, 128–130

K

Kalispell (MT), 232

Karlin, Jules Alexander, 32–33

Kauffman, Joseph, 200

Kauffman, Joseph F., At the Pleasure of the Board, 325–326, 385

Kelley, Ed, 239, 273, 306–307, 308, 352–353

Handbook of Faculty Bargaining, 117, 243

Kelley, Joe, 50

Kennedy, Edward, 147

Kennedy, Jacqueline, 59, 60

Kennedy, John F., 338

campaign and election for president, 44–45, 49, 50, 56

death of, 59–61

impact on Mansfield (Mike), 46–47

liberal values, espousing, 55

Peace Corps, establishment of, 51

presidency of, 53–54

Kennedy, Robert F., 73

Kent State affair, 89

Kerner Commission, 73

Kerry, John, 45, 183–184

Khrushchev, Nikita, 54

Killam, Radcliffe, 171

Killam, Sue, 171

King, John, 227

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 25, 52, 58, 69, 73

King, Richard, 171

King Ranch (TX), 164, 170, 171

Kingsville (TX), 169, 170, 171, 181

Kiplinger's, on IUP education, 254, 318

Kirk, Russell, 23

Kirkpatrick, Jay, xiii

Kissinger Commission, 174

Klasek, Charles, 206–207

Kleberg, Mary Lewis, 164, 171

Kleberg, Richard M., Jr., 171

Kleberg, Richard Mifflin, Sr., 171

Kleberg, Robert, 171

Kleinkopf, Kent, xiii, 99, 293

Korean War, 15, 16–17

Kovalchick, Joe, 323

Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Center, 322

Kresge Foundation grant, 244

Krystkowiak, Larry, 231, 235

Ku Klux Klan, 63, 161

L

labor unions, 34

LaFollette, Robert M., Sr., 56

Lake, Celinda, 153

Landon, Dale, 274–275, 327

Lang, William L., Montana: A History of Two Centuries, 97, 382

Language Truth and Logic (Ayer), 202

Laredo (TX), 169, 171, 181

Laredo State (TX), 170

Larson, H.Walter, 45

Lazerson, Earl, 193

Leach, Duane, 168–169

Leadership Center of the Americas, 174

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), 178–179

Lee Newspaper Group, 30

Lee Newspapers Capitol Bureau, 125

Lenin, V.I., 3

Lenin State University (Russia), 209

Leningrad (Russia), 207, 209

"Letter from Birmingham Jail" (King), 52

Lewis, C.S., 375

Lewis, Sinclair, 23

Lewistown (MT)

McCarthyism and, 17–18, 21

prior to World War II, 7

during World War II, 8–9, 10

zoning in, 11

Lewistown News-Argus, on high school class reunion, 113

liberalism, 11, 23, 59, 85, 103, 292

liberals

as "elitists," 89

Johnson/Goldwater presidential campaign and, 65–67

Montana, 34–35

oppressive regimes and, 36

pin-striped, 72–73

Roe vs. Wade and, 143

in the universities, 49

values of, 55

women issues and, 103

Liberty University, Virginia, 33

Lienhard, Gus, 84

Loeper, Joseph, 304

Los Angeles (CA), 69, 73

Lucey, Patrick, 56

Luke (student worker), and Lawrence Pettit

goes to work for Pettit, 283–284

See also sexual misbehavior, rumors at IUP

graduation, after, 298, 371, 385

incident impacting Pettit entering retirement, 320

involvement in sexual misbehavior rumors, 285–287, 288, 290, 293–294, 295, 301–302

marriage of, 324

LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens), 178–179

Lund, Art, 123

Lund, Mitzie, xiii, 150, 151

Lyttle, Kim, 271–272, 273, 302–303, 306, 310–311, 324, 356–357

M

MAATI (Mid-Atlantic Addiction Training Institute), 284

MacArthur, Douglas, 15, 16–17

Madison, Wisconsin, 53, 55–56, 58, 68

The Magazine of Sigma Chi, 31

magazines, thought provoking, 22–23

Malcolm X, 54

MALDEF (Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund), 177–179

Malone, Michael P., 86

Montana: A History of Two Centuries, 382

Manchester Guardian (England), 22

Mansfield, Mike, 22, 29, 338

about, 240

background of, 18

compared to Sen. Simon, 215

Democratic party standard bearer, favoring of, 90

first run for Congress, 154

at funeral for Kennedy (John), 60

as hero, 20

as Majority Leader of U.S. Senate, 46–48, 54

Montana Tech and, 129

retirement from U.S. Senate, 43, 118, 134, 135

as rising star, 40–41

staff, in Washington D.C., 19, 39, 44

on university indirect research costs, 75–77

visit to MSU campus, 88

Mansfield Center (UM), 240

Mao Tse-tung, 14, 17

Marcuse, Herbert, 85

Marlenee, Ron, 13, 140, 145, 154

Marshall, Meredith, 24

Marshall Plan, 13

Marx, Karl, 65

Marxist

axiom, 214

division, 255, 383

Massachusetts, and "indirect cost recovery funds," 75

Masters, Nicholas A., xvi, 43, 52–53, 65–66, 67, 68, 71, 279

Mather, Bill, 127

Matusow, Harvey, 17–18

False Witness, 18

Mawhinney, David, 370

Mazur, Gail, "Why you travel" (poem), 131

McCarran Act, 15

McCarthy, Eugene, 39, 55, 73, 338

McCarthy, Joseph, 15–21

McCarthyism, 15–21, 24, 28, 30, 36, 47

McCormack, John, 60

McCormick, James

definition of successful presidents, 250

and doctoral program at IUP, 252, 273, 344

hires president of IUP, 239, 243, 244

orders independent audit, 306–307, 309–311

performance process of, 351–352

relationship with Pettit, 316

on union strike, 329

on university system identity, 343, 346, 350

McGovern, George, 90, 103

McIntosh, Carl, 117

McKinley, William, 28

McNeil, Donald R., 84

McNeil, Mr. & Mrs. Larry, 173

McVeigh, Timothy, 280

MEBC (Montana Educational Broadcasting Commission), 120–123

Medley, Adron, 156

Medley, Bryce, 285, 287

Medley, Elizabeth DuBois "Libby," 152

at Bush (G.W.) inauguration (1989), 216

divorce from Lawrence Pettit, 285, 287–288, 293, 296–297 (See also sexual misbehavior, rumors at IUP)

emotional turmoil, 242, 261, 278, 283–286

at Finley Point (MT), 234

interviews with husband at University of Colorado, 224–225

in joint interview at University System of South Texas, 169

leaving Texas, 181, 182

living at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 240–243, 283

marriage to Lawrence Pettit, 155–156

move to Stone House, at SIU, 201

moving to Texas, 162

moving to Illinois, 185

return to Montana (1991), 231–236

Melcher, John, 103, 118, 134, 145, 148

Mellon, Andrew, 70

Metcalf, Donna, 46

Metcalf, Lee, xvi, 31, 338

aid to education bill, 41

death of, 134, 135, 197

Democratic party standard bearer, favoring of, 90

educational television and, 124

influence of, 37, 38, 53, 54

as power in House, 39–40

re-election in Montana, 69, 103

run for Senate, 43–46

Metcalf Fellow, 102

Mexican-American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF), 177–179

Mexican-Americans, 171–172

Michener, James, Texas, 164

Mid-Atlantic Addiction Training Institute (MAATI), 284

Middle States Association, 252

militant blacks, 73

Miller, J. Earl "Burley," 27

Miller, Jim, 263

Miller, Ryan, xiv, 320, 355, 370–371, 373, 374

Mindiola, Tatcho, Jr., 176

Missoula (MT), 296

about, 166, 233, 234, 235

ad campaigns backfiring in, 96

democrats in, 49

elections results (1972), 100

Mansfield (Mike) in, 18

newspapers in, 112, 131

See also University of Montana (UM), Missoula

Mitzie Lund, xiii

Monahan, Tom, 140, 151–152, 154

Mondale, Walter, 180

Money (magazine), on IUP education, 254

Montana (MT)

about, 145–146, 163–165, 190

in Congress, 39–40

constitution, new, 104–106, 108, 109, 111, 112, 126–127

constitutional autonomy, 105–107, 109, 112, 128, 133, 269

liberals in, 34–35

newspapers in, 30, 107, 112, 117, 123

as "open primary" state, 91–92

reapportionment in, 96–97

Regents vs. Judge (Supreme Court, MT), 107–112

sales tax issue, 95

state constitution, write new, 87

university system, after new constitution, 104–105, 111, 141

See University of Montana (UM), Missoula

Montana: A History of Two Centuries (Malone, Roeder & Lang), 86, 97, 382

Montana Club, 35

Montana Democratic Party, 34

See also Democratic Party

Montana Educational Broadcasting Commission (MEBC), 120–123

Montana Kaimin (UM newspaper), 128

Montana Republican Party, 17, 18, 24, 31

See also Republican candidates; Republican Party

Montana Senate campaign (1952), 19

Montana Standard, on Western-Tech issues, 131

Montana State University (MSU), Bozeman, 27, 79–80, 83–87, 100, 113, 117

Montana Supreme Court, 109–112, 118

Montana Tech, 123, 129–131

Montgomery, Gen. Bernard, 8

Moore, Barbe, 308-309

"Moral Majority," 209

Moran, Martin, 246

Moritz, Terry, 24

Morris, Delyte, 187, 190, 192, 199–200, 203, 214–215, 219

Morris, Dororthy, 219, 227, 382

Morrison, Jeff, 116, 117

Morse, John F. "Jack," xvi, 72, 75, 76, 80, 134, 197

Morse, Ruth, 72

Morse, Wayne, 58

Moses, Charles "Timer," 115

MSU (Montana State University), Bozeman See Montana State University (MSU), Bozeman

Mulle, Robert, 303, 306–307, 356

Mullick, Haider, xiii, xv, 323

Murray, James E., 34–35, 38–39, 40, 42, 43, 55

Murray-Metcalf Bill, 41

Murtha, John P., 270, 304, 314, 321, 370, 373

Muskie, Edmund, 29–30, 90

My Life (Clinton), 282, 385

Myers, John Holt "Jack," xvi, 78, 84, 121, 279

N

NAACP, 58

NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Agency), 34

NASULGC (National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges), 187, 196, 382

The Nation, 22

National Academy of Sciences, 77

National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA), 34, 41

National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC), 187, 196, 382

National Association of System Heads, 203, 243

National Conference of Catholic Bishops, 183

National Conference of State Legislatures, 203, 255–256

National Defense Education Act, 34, 56

National Education Association (NEA), 213

National Environmental Education and Training Center (NEETC), 269–270, 373–374

National Medal of Science, 77

NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), 13

Nay, Mark, xv

NEA (National Education Association), 41, 213

NEETC (National Environmental Education and Training Center), 269–270, 373–374

Nemko, Martin, How to Get An Ivy League Education at a Public University, 254

New Deal, 3, 7, 40

New Jersey (NJ), 84

New Republic, 22

New York Times, 33

New Yorker, 23

Newark (NJ), 84

Nickey, John, 91

9-11, tragedies of, 321–323

Nixon, Richard

appointing member to selective service board, Montana, 88

on communism issue, 13, 39

as president, 141–142

presidential candidate, against Humphrey (Hubert), 74

presidential candidate, against Kennedy (John F.), 49–51

republican majority and, 79

as vice presidential candidate, 19, 28

victory over McGovern, 103

Nobel Peace Prize, 25, 209

Noble, Jack, xiv, 127

Nolan, Edward, xiv

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 13

North Vietnam See Vietnam War

Northwestern University, 203

O

Obama, Barack, 5, 59

Oberdorfer, Don, 40, 46–47, 381

Obey, David, 56–57

O'Connell, Seth, xv

O'Donnell, Kenneth, 46

Oklahoma City, bombing of federal building, 280

Olsen, Arnold, 135

Osikowicz, David, 307

Oxford (England), 314–315, 317, 375

P

Pace, Herb, 91–92, 117–118, 120–125, 130, 133, 135, 146, 153–154

Pace, Mary, 91, 105, 122, 130, 138

Pacheco, Manuel, 181

Pahach, A.J., xiv

Pan American University (TX), 179

Paris (France), 78, 283

Parks, Rosa, 25

parochial school, federal aid to, 41, 78

PaSSHE (Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education), 247

Patrick Henry College, Virginia, 33

Peace Corps, 51

Pegler, Westbrook, 23

PENN (newspaper), on vote of no confidence, 334–335

Penn State, 64–69, 247–248, 259

Penniman, Clara, 59, 64

Pennsylvania (PA)

SAT scores in, 251, 259, 270, 318

system universities in, 247–248, 382–383

See also Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP)

Pennsylvania Society, 271, 384

Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PaSSHE), 247

The People's Voice, 30

perestroika (restructuring), 208

performance indicators, 256–257

Perrin, Ron, 85, 86

Peterson, Jack, 116, 117

Pettit, Allison "Hallie," xiv, 67, 166, 355

Texas, leaving, 181

Pettit, Anna, 279, 371

Pettit, Dorothy Brown, xv–xvi, 7, 8, 10, 153, 278–279

Pettit, Edward "Ned," xiv, 67, 166, 279, 355

Pettit, Elizabeth DuBois Medley, "Libby" See Medley, Elizabeth DuBois "Libby"

Pettit, George Edwin, 151

Pettit, George Irving, 151

Pettit, James Amsey, 151

Pettit, Jennifer, xiv, 166

birth of, 55

on Butte (MT), 130

at father's celebration, 370

and father's health issues, 298, 355

marriage to Paul Fossum, 175

on state of world, 314

visit to IUP, 285, 294

Pettit, Lawrence

Allison "Hallie," birth of daughter, 67

at American Council on Education (ACE) (See American Council on Education (ACE))

being for the underdog, 12–13

birth of, 3, 7

at Bush (G.W.) inauguration (1989), 216

as campaign supporter of Baucus (Max), 135–137

campaign manager for Judge (Tom), 92–97, 99–101, 114–116

as chancellor of SIU, 185–187, 226–232

as chancellor of USST (See University System of South Texas (USST))

college years, 26–33, 34–37

as Commissioner of Higher Education (MT) (See Commissioner of Higher Education (MT))

"Congress, Confusion and Indirect Costs" (Science), 77

contract extensions and renewals at IUP (See Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP))

courtship of second wife, 139

Deloitte and Touche, audit, 306, 308–311

Deputy Commissioner for Academic Programs (TX), appointment to, 156–157

divorce, from wife (Libby), 285, 287–288,

296–301

divorce, from wife (Shari), 132

doctoral studies, 53, 55–58, 62–63

Edward "Ned," birth of son, 67

elementary school years, 9–13

establishing identity after work, 369–372

ETV (educational television) scandal and, 120–126

on faculty Unions, 210–214 (See also faculty unions)

family background of, 145

first year problems, at IUP, 261–265

governor's race (IL), involvement in, 217–218

Handbook of Faculty Bargaining (Amgell & Kelley, E), article in, 117, 243

health issues of, 261, 291–292, 298, 355

high school years, 19–24

on historically Hispanic colleges, 178–180

Jennifer, birth of daughter, 55

junior high years, 14–15

Luke (student worker) and (See Luke (student worker), and Lawrence Pettit; sexual misbehavior, rumors at IUP)

marriage to Libby Medley, 155–156 (See also Medley, Elizabeth DuBois "Libby")

marriage to Shari Anderson, 53 (See also Anderson, Sharon "Shari")

master's degree school years, 48–53

Matthew "Mac," birth of son, 57

as mentor, 370, 371

MSU (Bozeman), teaching at, 79–80, 83–88

organizing Judge (Tom) campaign, 90–92

at Penn State, 64–69

personal toll, as president (IUP), 354–356, 359

political context to higher education, 376–377

political side re-emerges

at IUP, 356–357

at SIU, 209–210

political socialization of, 3–4, 7–8, 10–11, 20, 22–24, 55

in Prague, 206–207

pre-school years, 7–8

as president, evaluations, 351–354

as president of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (See Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP))

as president of public universities, taking the sword, 342–350

on public universities (See public universities)

radicalization of, 89–90

retirement, from IUP, 357–161, 363–365

retirement, transitioning to, 372–375, 378–380

return to Montana (1991), 231–236

running for Congress, from Montana (1980), 144, 146–147, 150, 151–154

in Russia, 3, 207–209

salary comparison chart, 363

salary dispute as Commissioner of Higher Education (MT), 108–109

as Senate staffer on Capitol Hill, 38, 41, 42–43, 53–55

separation, from wife (Shari), 126

sexual misbehavior, rumors at IUP, 292–296, 299–301, 312, 354, 378 (See also Luke (student worker), and Lawrence Pettit)

on tenure, of public university presidents, 214–215

Texas, moving to, 162–168

University of Colorado, interviews at, 139, 156, 221–225

vision of a career in education, 253–255

vote of no confidence (See Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty (APSCUF); vote of no confidence)

When Colleges Lobby States, article in, 203

working for campaigns, in Montana, 43–46, 47–48

as "World's Most Dangerous Man," 112–113

Pettit, Matthew "Mac," xiv, 57, 166, 279, 355

Pettit, Sharon "Shari" See Anderson, Sharon "Shari"

Phi Beta Kappa, 260

Phi Kappa Phi, 260

Philadelphia (MS), 161

Philadelphia (PA), 56, 68, 161

Phillips, Kevin, The Emerging Republican Majority, 79, 381

Phillips, Susie, 179

Pittsburgh (PA), 68, 247, 259, 261, 271

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, on IUP and nation's top colleges, 317

Poland, 298

political context to higher education, 376–377

political science graduate students, University if Wisconsin, 56

Polson (MT), 232

Poznan (Poland), 298

Prague (Czech Republic), 206–207

prayer in schools, 54–55

Presbyterians, 12

presidential debates, 51

"presidential organizations," 70

Princeton Review, 324

on best colleges and universities, 317

on contribution of IUP to regional development, 257

privatization, of public universities, 248, 351

The Progressive, 22

Progressive movement, 56

Protestant fundamentalists, and Roe vs. Wade, 142

Proxmire, William, 58

public universities

classroom renovation awards for, 244

curriculum requirements at, core, 316

evaluations of presidents at, 351–354

expectation of, in Texas, 165

external controls at, 255–256

funding of, 75, 175

How To Get An Ivy League Education at a Public University (Nemko), 254

intent of running, 276

mission of, 259

presidents, taking the sword, 342–350

privatization of, 248, 351

regional, 187

role of president in, 251

"state owned," in Pennsylvania, 247–248

statewide, 188

stressors for presidents of, 299–300

Pulte, Tim, 319, 324

Q

Quayle, Dan, 216

R

race riots, 68–69, 73

racism, 33, 72–73

Radell, Will, 377, 378, 384

Rader, Jane, 227–228

Radical Student Union, 85

Reagan, Ronald, 118, 240

Central America, supported commission to investigate insurgencies in, 174

elected as Governor of California, 69

election strategy (1980), 161–162

legacy of, 184

policies of, 182–183

presentation of National Medal of Science, 77

presidency, 209–210

Reagan Revolution, 66–67, 161

Reaganomics, 183

Red Scare, 28

Reddy, Helen, 103

Reeder, Janice, 279

Regents vs. Judge (Supreme Court, MT), 109–112, 127

Regnery publishing house, 23

Reinemer, Vic, xvi, 38, 41–42

Rendell, Ed, 321, 356, 357

Rep

Repine, John, 224

The Reporter, 22

Republican candidates, conservative, 13

Republican Party

Bush inauguration (1989), 216

and McCarthy, 21

communism and development of, 14–15

conservatives in, 66–67 (See also conservatives)

control of House and Senate (1994), 279

election of Eisenhower and, 28–29

election results (1978), in Montana, 136–137

fringe of, 36

governorial election (1972), in Montana, 94–96, 100

John Birch Society and, 36

sales tax issue, 95

"Southern strategy," implementing, 51, 161

"Sun Belt" and, 79

view of, 42–43

during World War II, 8

Republicans

religious affiliations of, 13

See also Young Republicans

Reschini, Roger, 341–342

Reynolds vs. Simms (1964), 96

Rhodes competition, 27

Richards, Ann, 166

Richards, Ron, 102, 136

Richardson, Eliot, 180

Ridge, Tom, 277, 280, 290, 321, 323, 361

Ridle, Ray, 34

Riesenman, Ruth, xiii, 260, 287–288, 304, 306, 308, 314, 323, 355

Rinehard, Diane, 361, 362, 364

Robert E. Cook Honors College, 260, 317–318

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 84, 121

Roberts, Allan, xiv, 373–376

Robinson, Jackie, 12

Rockefeller, Nelson, 138

Rockefeller Brothers Fund, 121

Rocky Mountain News

on feud between regents, 223, 225

on Pettit interview at University of Colorado, 224

Roe vs. Wade, 142–143

Roeder, Richard B. "Dick," 86

Montana: A History of Two Centuries, 382

Roffman, Rosaly, xiii

Romano, Michael, 224

Roosevelt, Franklin D. (FDR), 3, 6, 7–8, 9, 14, 35, 183, 184

Roosevelt, Theodore, 184, 379

Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel, 17

Rove, Karl, 96

Rowe, Harris, 185–186, 194, 200, 214–215, 218–219, 221–222, 228–229

Rowe, Jim, 40

Ruddock, Ellen, xiii

rumors at IUP, sexual misbehavior, 292–296, 299–301, 312, 354, 378

See also Luke (student worker), and Lawrence Pettit

Russell, Charles, 6

Russell, Richard, 75

Russia

atomic bomb, detonation of, 17

Bolshevik Revolution in, 3

Cuban missile crisis and, 54, 55, 59

educating Central American students in, 174

establishing American college of business in, 207–208

expansion of, 13

McCarthyism and, 16

space program of, 34, 51

strategic arms limitation agreement with, 141

Ryan, John, 225–227, 228

S

Salzburg Seminar, Austria, 50

Sample, Joe, 122

Sample, Michael, xiv

Samuelson, Paul, 270

San Antonio (TX), 175, 179

San Salvador, 175

Sanders, Keith, 204

Sanko, David, 323, 359–360

SAT scores, Pennsylvania, 251, 259, 270, 318

Saxby, Doyle, 120, 121, 127

Sayre, Wallace, 48

Scholz Garten (Austin, TX), 166

school desegregation, 25, 33

Schulz, John J., xiii

Schweiker, Mark, 323

Schweitzer, Brian, 99

Schwerner, Michael, 63, 161

Schwinden, Ted, 98, 147–150

Science (journal for American Association for the Advancement of Science), 76–77

SDS (Students for a Democratic Society), 65

Seipal, Tracy, 223

Select Committee on Higher Education (TX), 176–177

Selma, Alabama, black demonstrators in, 69

September 11, 2001, tragedies of, 321–323

service to America, and volunteerism, 59

sexual misbehavior, rumors at IUP, 292–296, 299–301, 312, 354, 378

See also Luke (student worker), and Lawrence Pettit

Shapp, Milton, 246

Shaw, Josh, xiv

Shaw, Kenneth "Buzz," 186, 191, 192, 194, 200, 218, 220

Shea, Jimmy, 130

SHEEO (State Higher Education Executive Officers Association), 137–138

Sheesley, Mary, 285

Shepard, Alan, 51

Shoup, Dick, 113, 135

Shunk, Harold, 151

Shunk, Hermine, 150–151

Shunk, Julie, 150

Shunk, Theodore & Sophia Kruse, 150

Shunk, William Augustus, 150, 151

Sigma Chi, 28, 31, 37–38, 232, 245, 278, 355, 370

Silent Spring (Carson), 55

Simon, Sen. Paul, 215–216, 222, 226, 228–230, 338

Simonich, Milan, 317

SIU See Southern Illinois University (SIU)

SIUC See Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC)

SIUE See Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE)

Skaar, Linda, 91, 92

Slippery Rock University (PA), 245–246, 362, 382

Smith, Ed "Big Ed," 95, 107

Smith, J.B., 341

Smith, Preston, 166

Smith, Sam, 324, 334

Smith, Warren, 362

Smits, Peter, 263, 272

SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee), 69

socialism, 28–29, 50

Somit, Albert, 193, 194–195, 197, 214, 225

Sorenson, Ted, 44

South, Garry, 128

South Vietnam See Vietnam War

Southern Democrats, 41, 51

Southern Illinois University (SIU)

about, 187, 188–189

board of, 190–191

budget of, 204

and campaign for increase in state sales tax

204

executive residence (Stone House) at, 191–192, 195, 197–202, 215–216, 218

faculty unions at, 212–214

firing of president at SIUC, 194–197

as internationally involved university, 206–207

Pettit as chancellor of, 185–187, 226–231

power of chancellor at, 218–221

re-positioning of, 203

role as chancellor of, 192–94

Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC)

about, 189

and campaign to increase state income tax, 204

Democratic Party at, 210

as internally involved university, 203, 206–208

presidents of, 193–197

residence of president, 191–192

unionization of faculty, 212

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE), 190, 191, 193, 204, 212

Southern Illinoisan, 229

on Pettit interview at University of Colorado, 224

"Southern strategy," 51

Soviet Union See Russia

space race, 34, 51

Springfield (IL), 189

Sputnik, 34

SSHE (State System of Higher Education), 239, 247

St. Edmund's Hall (Oxford, England), 314–315, 317

St Louis Post-Dispatch, on governor's race, in Illinois, 217

St. Matthew's Cathedral, Washington D.C., 60

stagnation, challenge of, 259–261

Stalin, Joseph, 208

Stapleton, Kelly, 356

Stapleton, Maddie, 324

Stapleton, Pat

and audit process, 308–311

Board support for Pettit, 343, 354, 361–362

as chairman of trustees, 289, 301–304, 306

death of, 323–324

successor to, 322

and University School at IUP, 332

Stapleton, P.J., 356

"Star Wars," strategic defense initiative, 182–183

Staszkiewicz, Mark, 274–275, 304, 322, 327, 331–332, 334–337, 340–341, 343

State Department of Education (PA), 246, 249

State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (SHEEO), 137–138

State of Illinois Building (Chicago), 189

State System of Higher Education (SSHE), 239, 247

state universities See public universities

states' rights, 161–162

Stearns, Hal, Sr., 133

Steelman, John Henry, 341

Steinbach, Sheldon, 372

Steinem, Gloria, 103

Stephens, Stan, 150

Stevenson, Adlai, 19, 20, 28, 39, 56, 338

Stewart, James "Jimmy," 263

Stone, Clement W., 199

Stone, Jessie, 199

Stone House, executive residence at SIU, 191–192, 195, 197–202, 215–216, 218

strategic defense initiative, 182–183

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), 69

student rioting, 72–73

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), 65

"Sun Belt," Republican Party in, 79

Supreme Court, Montana, 109–112, 118

Supreme Court, U.S.

Baker vs. Carr (1962), 96

Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka impact on, 25, 33, 51

Engle vs. Vitale, prayer in schools, 54–55, 67

Reynolds vs. Simms (1964), 96

Roe vs. Wade, 142–143

"The Sweet Heart of Sigma Chi" (song), 31

T

Taiwan (Formosa), 14

Tamkang University (Taiwan), 325

teaching factories, 256

Temple, Larry, 176

Temple University (Philadelphia), 56, 247

tenure, of public university presidents, 214–215

Teters, Barbara, 193

Texas (Michener), 164

Texas (TX)

about, 163–165, 189–190

assassination of Kennedy (John) in, 59

newspapers in, 176–177

See also University of Texas

Texas A & I University, 170–171

Texas Advisory Committee on Teacher Education, 173

Texas A&M University, 178, 179, 180

Texas College and University System, 156

Texas Coordinating Board for Higher Education, 166–168

Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation, 169, 173

Thomas, Clarence, 234

Thomas, Sid, xv, 87, 117

Thompson, James W., xiii, 196, 203, 217, 220, 228

Till, Emmett, 25

Time Magazine, on constitutional convention, in Montana, 87

The Timetables of American History (Urdang), xv

Torah, passage from, 372

Touche, Deloitte and, audit, 306, 308–311

Trachtenberg, Stephen Joel, 255

Truman, Harry S., 6, 9, 14, 15, 16–17

"Truman Doctrine," 13

Turman, George, 150

U

UM University of Montana, Missoula See University of Montana (UM), Missoula

unemployment rate (1993), 279

unions, faculty, 210–214, 254–255, 275–276, 326–331, 336, 338–340

See also Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty (APSCUF)

United Nations, headquarters dedicated, 13

universities

"indirect cost recovery funds" awarded, 75–77

University of Chicago, 203

University of Colorado, 139, 156, 221–225

University of Hartford, 218

University of Houston (TX), 169

University of Illinois, 186, 187, 190, 203

University of Montana (UM), Missoula, 27–33, 37, 86, 128

University of Pittsburgh, 247, 259

University of Texas, 71, 168, 172, 178–179

University of Wisconsin, Madison, 55–59, 381

university presidents, tenure of public, 214–215

University School, at IUP, 331–334, 335, 340

University System of South Texas (USST), 168–169, 171–177, 185

urban race riots, 68–69, 73

Urdang, Lawrence, The Timetables of American History, xv

Urey, Harold, 27

U.S. Army Reserve, Montana, 23–24

U.S. Supreme Court

Baker vs. Carr (1962), 96

Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka impact on, 25, 33, 51

Engle vs. Vitale, prayer in schools, 54–55, 67

Reynolds vs. Simms (1964), 96

Roe vs. Wade, 142–143

USNews, on IUP education, 254

USST (University System of South Texas), 168–169, 171–177, 185

Utica (MT), 6–7, 9, 153

V

Van de Wetering, Maxine, 261

Van Meter, A.D., 186, 193, 200, 210, 214, 218–223, 227, 229

van Swearingen, Hugh, 126

Vietnam War, 54, 55, 65–66, 68, 72, 74, 78–79, 85

Vincent, John, 87, 113

volunteerism, and service to America, 59

Voorhees, Jerry, 50

vote of no confidence, 276, 292, 318, 324–325, 327, 330, 334–336, 339–342, 353, 358

See also Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty (APSCUF)

Voting Rights Act (1965), 69

W

Wahehe (Yankton Sioux), 150

Wallace, George, 91

Wallwork, Gealy, 302, 307, 319

Walsh, Catherine, xiii

Walsh, Thomas, 19

Wanzenried, Dave, xiv

War On Poverty, 66, 68–69

Warren, Earl, 60

Washington, D.C.

march on, 58

Montanans in, 38–43, 55

Washington Post, 33

Washington University, St. Louis, 43, 48–53

Watergate scandal, 142

Watts (Los Angeles), race riots in, 69

Welch, Lou, 40

Welch, Robert, 36

Welty, John, 263, 266, 272

Wentworth, Lloyd, Jr., 23

Wert, Ned O., xiii

Western Group on Medical Education, 137

Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE), 124, 137

Western Montana College, Dillon (MT), 29, 118, 129–131

Wheeler, Burton K., 19, 34–35, 39

When Colleges Lobby States (Goodall, Leonard E.), 203

White, Don, xiv, 322

White, Mark, 169

White House Fellow, 180

Whitefish (MT), 232

Whitewater investigation, 280

Whittington, Nil, 168

"Why you travel" (poem), 131

WICHE (Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education), 124, 137

Wilkins, George, 193, 220–221, 222, 228–229

Will, George, 67

Williams, Aaron, xiv

Williams, Myers and Quiggle law firm, 78

Williams, Pat, 29, 135, 136, 234

Wilson, Donald, 199

Wilson, Logan, 71–72

Wisconsin, University of, 55–59, 381

"Wisconsin Idea," 56

women's rights, 142–143, 184

Woodahl, Bob, 114–115, 116, 117–118

Woodstock, New York, 78

Workers' Compensation (MT), Division of, investigation of corruption in, 114–116

World Trade Center Towers, girder from, 323

World War II, 8–9

allies, 13–14

Worthen, John, 245, 263

Y

Yankton Sioux, 150

Young Democrats, 28, 29, 37

Young Republicans, 113

Z

Zaucha, Tom, 263

Zeidler, Clara, 50

Zeidler, Frank, 50 

Comments