The following panel discussion and selected audience comments and questions came in reaction to the following papers: “J. Reuben Clark, Jr.: The Constitution and the Great Fundamentals,” by Martin B. Hickman; “J. Reuben Clark, Jr., Law, and International Order,” by Edwin B. Firmage and Christopher L. Blakesley; and “J. Reuben Clark, Jr., on American Sovereignty and International Organization,” by James B. Allen. (The panelists had read the full papers which had to be summarized for the audience because of time limitations.) Dr. Hillam was the panel moderator. Neal Maxwell:
I find myself very grateful to the Department of Political Science for putting together this panorama about President Clark. I have no major quarrels with the papers except that the pressures of time have made the reading of these papers abbreviated. Because of their brevity, the abbreviations have not done justice to what these men have so laboriously put together. I am grateful that BYU Studies will be presenting these and other papers to us in a form that we can savor.