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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 2, February 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date February 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • journals (periodicals)
Type
  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript "Liberty of speech invileth and pro- voketh liberty to be used again and so bringeth much to mans knowledge." —Francis Bacon "Communism is merely the imposition of socialism all at once by violence." —Herbert Hoover, The Challenge to Liberty, (Scribner's Sons, 1934). "The penalty that people pay for not being interested in politics is to be governed by people worse than themselves." Pl.lTH "It is an axiom in political science that unless a people are educated and enlightened it is idle to expect the continuance of civil liberty or the capacity for self government." —Texas Declaration of Independence "In questions of power, let no more be said of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution." —Thomas Jefferson "/ am a man of peace. God knows how I love peace. But I hope I shall never be such a coward as to mistake oppression for peace." —Kossuth The New Dictionary of Thoughts, 1903. "Such statements as the following we hear every day, and they reveal total incomprehension of the nature of communism: 'We must eliminate social abuses so that communism may not flourish.' Cancer was never cured by improving the general health." "People who are interested in whut Communists do, but not in their philosophy, are like dairy farmers who are interested in milk but hate no interest in cows." —Dr. Fred Schm \kz Persons submitting quotations which are used in this column will receive one- year subscriptions to Facts Forum News. If already a subscriber, the contributor may designate another person to whom the award subscription will be sent, or he may wish to extend his present subscription. Be sure to list the authors and sources of all quotations. FACTS FORUM NEWS Vol.4 FEBRUARY.1955 No. Official publication of Facts Forum. Inc.. 1802 Main St., Dallas I, Texas. Published meJj in the interests of Facts Forum participants and others concerned with dispelling P* apathy. Any article contained in Facts Forum News may be frettdy reproduced. Se* class mailing privileges authorized at Dallas, Texas. Printed in U.S.A. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Robert H. Dedman. President: John L. Dale, Vice Preell'j Warren A. Gilbert. Jr., Secretary; Joe Nash, Treasurer; Mrs. E. P. Lamberth. MrM McCrary, Robert B. Gossett. ADVISORY BOARD: Major B. A. Hardey, Chairman; Dr. Arthur A. Smith. LW1 Skinner. David P. Strickler. Harrv E. Rosier, William N. Blanton, Mrs. H. L. Hunt.! H. N. Russell, Jr.. Mrs. Wallace Savage. W. G. Vollmer, Doak Walker, E. E. McO«J Governor Allan Shivers. Genera! Albert C. Wedemeyer. General Robert E. Wood, H»* McNider, John Wayne. COMMENTATOR: Dan Smoot. EDITOR: Medford Evans. BUSINESS MANAGER: O. M. Spence. If you wish to make a contribution to Facts Forum, address Joe Nash. Treasurer, " Forum. Dallas 1, Texas. Such contributions carry a tax-deductible status. FACTS FORUM is a natieenwide public educational venture dedicated to arousing 1^ Interest in important current events and stimulating individual participation in the sb" of public policy. Facts Forum is nonprofit and nonpartisan, supporting no political candidate or 1* Pacta Forum's activities are designed tee present not just one view of a controversial z but ail views, believing that it is the right and the obligation of the American people ™ selves to learn all the facts and come to their own conclusions. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1 for six months, $2 for one year, $6 for three yearn. CHANGE OF ADDRESS: Send old address (exactly as imprinted on mailing label "fi copy of FACTS- FORUM NEWS I and new nddre-ss to FACTS FORUM NEWS. Depart" CA. Dallas 1, Texas. Please allow three weeks for change-over. BH Do Intern; atoms In let's that ment Atoms for Peace? Epochal Attack on Capitalism Mistakes in Socialist Theory Federal Aid to Education Segregation in Public Schools Russians Hate Communists Home of Happy Heroes Are Communists Staging a Comeback in Hollywood? Time Changes Everything Facts Forum Interviews Dr. Bella V. Dodd Foundations Continue to be Controversial Answers For Americans: Mure on Federal Aid to Education Progressive Education Teach Communism in Schools? Chamber of Commerce Chief Reviews Economic Problems Facts Forum News Has 100,000 New Readers How About Zaroubin Now? Contest Rules Letters to Editors Half-Year Letter Contest Winners Radio and TV Schedules ,l\ why Poll Results Pot.t. Questions (February) Poll Question Winners ) In** COVER The enterprises and benefactions of Mr. Morgan included nume' railways, the United States Steel Corporation, the Cathedral of St- the Divine (upper left), the Metropolitan Museum of Art (upper cen J and the New York Public- Library. All photographs are from Wide "• Photos except that of the Cathedral, which is from Underwood and I"' wood. In th Nations 'he enc frustrat assembl 'aborini Butt 'hem ; f'fforts hower. In a General Preside] °f state; history The Eisenho around Todae United j 'rete ac of atorr 1 isenhoi sPeech b The ii 'luence , I'Osal is i s'mplieit posed. PlC'sid mended an Intern He sugg, uueing al 'ontribut normal u la's to th 'ontribut details, si eonversat The UI f°r conti 'ributed FACTS I
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