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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 4, April 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date April 1956
Language eng
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  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • Dallas, Texas
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  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript (Continued) U N E SC O —GOO D O based on official congressional reports, that Hiss and White were, in fact, associated with the formulation of UNESCO, has been denied or discounted in some quarters. Let me again cite the record so you can judge for yourself whether we are right. In its January 3, 1955, Report, the Senate Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws concluded, and I quote: "1. Alger Hiss, Harry Dexter White, and their confederates in the Communist underground in government had power to exercise profound influence on American foreign policy and the policies of international organizations during World War II and the years immediately thereafter. "2. They had power to exercise profound influence on the creation and operation of the United Nations and its specialized agencies. "3. This power was not limited to their officially designated authority. It Wits inherent to their access to and influence over higher officials, and the opportunities they had to present or withhold information on which the policies of their superiors might be based. "4. Hiss, White and a considerable number of their colleagues who helped make American foreign policy and the policies of international organizations during crucial years have been exposed as secret Communist agents." In the Second Report on Activities of United States Citizens Employed by the United Nations of the Senate Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws is this statement, and again I quote: "Harry Dexter White was the Treasury's representative tit the United Nations' San Francisco Conference, where he gave particular attention to the establishment of UNESCO." There is one final question which I would like to answer. I have been asked, and I'm sure that many of you have also been asked: Why can't Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, America's representative to the United Nations, do something to clean up UNESCO so that it will be acceptable to The American Legion and the American people? Ambassador Lodge best answered this question in his testimony before a House Subcommittee on Appropria tions on January 27, 1954, when I said, and I quote: "... I think the lack of an admin'5; trative framework for the Special^ agencies is something that has provi very baffling. UNESCO and all thej other agencies are more or less IsA unto themselves. They are entire] outside of my jurisdiction. The See'1 tary-General of the United Natioj cannot touch them. It is a const*] source of confusion and embarrrt5'' ment. "I think that is something that tl"! Congress might do well to look in'"' The American Legion thinks so, t<Jj We have asked the Congress to a complete current investigation l UNESCO to determine whether \ not that agency has complied w and is complying with the terms 8lj conditions set down by Congress authorizing U. S. participation UNESCO. We sincerely hope that the On gress will act upon this request cpR tained in the UNESCO resoludj passed overwhelmingly at our conv'n tion ... in Miami. We arc certain <m such an investigation will confirm > American Legion's findings with spect to UNESCO. Authors of UNESCO Publications Listed as Subversive THE following is a major portion of a list supplied by The Firing Line, official publication of The American Legion, stating that certain authors of and contributors to UNESCO publications have been identified with organizations listed as subversive by the United States Attorney General or the House Committee on Un-American Activities. The complete list and documentation thereof may be obtained from The National Americanism Commission, P. O. Box 1055, Indianapolis, Indiana. The Importance of Chemistry in the Life of Modem Man, by LINUS PAULING. Testifying before the House Select Committee to Investigate Foundations and Comparable Organizations in 1952, LOUIS BUDENZ said that he was "officially advised a number of times ... in the middle forties" that PAULING was a member of the Communist party under discipline." BUDENZ testified that "Communist leaders expressed the highest admiration and confidence in DR! PAULING." In 1951 the House Committee on Page 18 Un-American Activities stated that PAULING'S "whole record . . . indicates that . . . (he) ... is primarily engrossed in placing his scientific attainments at the service of a host of organizations which have in common their complete subservience to the Communist Partv, U.SA, and the Soviet Union. Professor PAULING has not deviated a hair's breadth from this pattern of loyalty to the Communist cause since 1946. . . ." Tensions Affecting International Understanding and Race and Psychology, by OTTO KLINERERG. Listed tts an employee of UNESCO Secretariat (as of April, 1955), KLINEBERG was labeled "well- known as an extreme leftist" by the Special Committee to Investigate Tax- Exempt Foundations and Comparable Organizations in 19.54. A current member of the Public Affairs Committee, KLINEBERG sponsored the American Committee for Democracy and Intel- lechial Freedom and the American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born during 1940. The hitter organization was considered "one of the oldest auxiliaries of the Com party in the United States" by ' Special Committee on Un-Amcr'0 Activities. KLINEBERG signed a statemefi* 1941 urging the President and GB gress to defend the rights of the QM mi,nist Party, ISA. He has been »■ ated with the now defunct subveffu Coordinating Committee to UftjB Embargo, This organization was ci 1 by the Special Committee on |]r! American Activities "as one "I a '"'I ber of front organizations, set up ' ^ ing the Spanish Civil War by I Communist partv in the United S'1' ' and through which the party Clin1 on a great deal of agitation. . . . ,|« Race and Biology, by LE'^ CLARENCE DUNN. A support^ II subversive and Communist " ajj, zations, DUNN sponsored the ^L Voters Against Coudert and the lJ Fifth National Conference "> I American Committee lor ProtecSyi Foreign Born. He also sponsor''1' ,, P:r* 1.1. A : M..*.:..., ,1 *■' I Fifteenth Anniversary Nation;' terencc of the American Con""1 for Protection of Foreign b'"' ['-■■ f%tpi Facts Fohum Nkws, .\/"'f' ^^^ BAD 1948. 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