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IN THIS ISSUE
Red China - UN Volcano, John C. Caldwell 2
Bic Ditch" vs. the H-Bomb 7
His Excellency Gaganvihaiu L. Mehta 10
Interview of the Ambassador of India to the U. S.
Can Security Be Guaranteed? 12
Communist-Owned G. I. SemooLs! 20
The New Veterans' Pension Law 22
Analyzed by T. O. Kraabel of The American Legion and
Congressman Olin Teague of Texas
Selee-tions from The Great Pretense 24
American Communists Begin Their Crawl, Frederick Woltman .... 26
Let's Not Ge*t Complacent, /. Addington Wagner 27
Summation, /. Edgar Hoover 28
Mose:e>w's Anti-Stalin Purge, Joseph '/,. Kornfeder 29
A New Essay Contest for Young Americans
"How America Can Best Fight Communism" 32,3.3
Soviet Espionage in the U.S.A 34
Interview of fudge Roberl Morris, Chiei Counsel of the
Senate Internal Security Subcommittee
Condensation of America Faces World Communism,
Anthony Trawick Housemen 39
*V and Radio Schedules 56
Contest Rules 32, 33, 60
"•inning Letters to the Editors 61
Contest Entry Blanks
Essay Contest 62
Poll Questions 63
Le'tte-rs to the Editors 63
**e:Ts Forum Poll Questions 63
^°ll Question Winners 64
*[0U. Results for August 64
•-ocan for the Month 64
Photo CreelitSi Front cover, President Chiang Kai-shek, \\ i.le World; page 14, Al.ititecs. Iees-..
courtesy Stanley Simmons, N.Y.U. - Bellevue Medical Center; paee 23, Rep. Teague;
Peeks- 21. KE'iEiirth ColegTOve,- page 25, IsiiE.iil He,,-; page 25, Gregory K1eiie.es ;
page 25, Harry Schwartz! page- 26, Frederick Woltman; page 27. J. Addington
Wagner; page 2M, J. Edgar Hoover, Wide World Photos.
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focH Form Nem
New Era for
General Custer, al Kittle Big Horn,
may have lost to the Indians, but the
Indians as a whole have heen losing
ever since. Now. to terminate or not
lo terminate? — that is the question
regarding governmental supervision
of Indian affairs. Should the United
States government continue its mtper-
* ision, or is the red man ready to
"paddle his own canoe?*1
Read the complete pro and con
analysis in the November issue.
The editors are rather chagrined
over the necessity to postpone until
the November issue two articles scheduled to appear this month, which
have been unavoidably delayed.
We believe yon will agree these are
well worth waiting for:
Interview of A.D.A.'s
Joseph L. Rauh, Jr.
Status of Forces Treaty
Pro and Con
Rep. Frank T. Bow (R-Ohio)
Rep. James P. S. Devereux (R-Md.)
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