There, in quick review, are two
sides of a Pacts Forum question:
"Do you approve of the Eisenhower International Atomic Energy
present these programs
hope lhat we arc doing some good 1°
America by helping to create publi
interest in important controversial i|11("
—Wide World Photo
At Groton, Conn., commissioning ceremony placed the world's first atom-powered submarine, the USS Nautilus, in U. S. Navy service.
outnumber us almost ten to one. In
conventional weapons, they are already
outproducing us. Our chief advantage in
force over the Communist world is our
capacity for building and using atomic-
weapons. On the day when we outlaw-
atomic weapons we will outlaw America's principal military advantage over
the Soviets. On the day when we find
ourselves with no military advantage
over lhe Soviets we will find the Soviets
taking our nation over by force.
ELIMINATE AMERICA'S INDEPENDENCE?
Supporters of the President are outraged at the suggestion that the Inter-
national Atom Pool is part of an internationalist scheme to eliminate America's essential independence a- .1
nation and I 0
for integration in
a great one-world
Il is interesting
lo note, however.
that some of the
and some of the
language of Eisenhower s 1953
atom pool proposal firsl -how eel
up in 1948 iii a I k entitled I'euee or
Anarchy, written by Cord Meyer. Jr..
then president of the United World
Federalists -whose honestly-announced
purpose i> lo integrate America into a
great one-world government.
One of lhe most terrifying and mysterious phenomena of this generation
is the seemingly irresistible compulsion
upon our elected leaders that is, the
President and the Congress of the United
Mali- to lead America into national
In this atom pool thing, we are toying with death and destruction. We are
risking our lives — our national existence on the promises and good faith
of some of the bloodiest villains in
I here is no conceivable way for the
International Atom Pool to help tin
I nited Stale--.
But in a thousand ways, the scheme
is laden with potential disaster for us.
'"An Atomic Stockpile lor Peace, I
Dwighl I). Eisenhower, Vital Speeches,M
1, 1954, p. I<>2.
J"Sce\ici Reply Dooms Plan for a *s°..
Atomic Pool," New York Time-.. May '
"Ike's \iciiiiii- Plan Adopted LTnanimonfl
Omaha World Herald, Nov. 23, 1954
4 "The Washington Scene \t ic ''"
Firsl Plunge," b) Win. II. Stringer, <M
tinn Science Monitor, Nov. 22, 1954. ^
"lie-el- Delay llceiiiiiiiiii to Atom Pool, I'11;
Says," ley Howard Handleman, INS,
ington I'usi. Dec. 9, 1954.
8 "Snaring Our Strength," Editorial, '•'
ington Post, Feb. 21, 1954.
; Human Events. Sept. 29. 1934. pp. 2-3.
- "lei \laiter eel .1. licilicrt Oppenhen
Transcript of hearing before Personnel];
emits Board, Washington, 11. C, -\pril !
Maj 6, 1954.
9"Booby-Trap of Internationalism," b) rr?e
S. Meyer, American Mercury, April, '*
10 "Nuclear Assumptions," Freeman, At"'-
1954, pp. 510-511.
11 Atomic- Energy Act, 1951. Fmis mi Film
253 and 267.
'-"Atomic- Plan: Jumps in U. S. Keels.,
War Threat," Christian Science I'""''
Dec. 11, 1953.
'"Human Events, Dec. 9, 1953.
" "Hie- Atom Pool." by Medford Evans, I
of McMurry roller--. Vbilene, TexaSi
P.IU W„rl,,r, IV. Y-rle, Thar..!... Xeerrmbr IS. I«3I
-Wide World Photo
Vishinsky Talk Spurs
Atom for Peace Plan
Be |OllN PITTMAN
I NITED NA1 IONS. ,\. Y„ Nov. I7.-Ertablishment ol the world Al am fen lv1
Agency, with the Soviet Unions participation, m.is foreshadowed toda) as I s
seutative Andrei Vishinsky reiterated his government's polic) of cooperation in inJ'J
ii-ilc.ileal (-Relets l'» pecneceJe- tt.e f ^"^
pewcM ci.-ve-t.,,.,,,,-,,. ,.i <0.>II\4. TOMORROW:
'"ricrtii Wsiiinsis jeeS indui \ The Debate on Pearefml 4'o~Exi*iei,'l
K'. Krishna Menem, ssliee stsoke _ aa»v r/uiniM.1
...en, (..Lees M-sslc.n (il llep »/ MAX GORDON
I 'us! Committee, rinpieasijird Hip ^ —"|
upectl eel the (iisaessicxi „],,„,, , privttcgrd |»esicC,.c, ssilhan resmureei svould i;>]
Krishna Motion t*\ iewWl
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-l<-eet Ke.editeeesser's jpePctl to tlcc* cOUIltrieil.
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The headline above was torn from the Communist DAILY WORKER.
FACTS FORUM NEWS, February,