C°MPROMISE WITH SATAN
To 'he Boston Post:
clii'l30'8 Forum asks: "Should we break
si[.7?l'c relations with Soviet Rus-
is "I ^efs tne question, which
' s c°mmunism an evil or not?''
of h- lC lS a"y cr'mt; '" l'le category
oneh lhe Soviet is not guilty. no
U : . heard of it. The question then
c' ls " Possible for righteousness to
ap"r|)r0rmse with evil? To talk of dis-
mUn0Vlng t.lle means and ends of com-
evi.Jj'"1 whi'e recognizing them is sheer
CXP«Wy, moral cowardice.
which b" 'S I,rec'sely this expediency
of ii? '05t "s ''"' Wth and respect
We world, earned for us the con-
'hoi °i 0ur enemies, cost us many
and h of liv,'s' bilUons of dollars
hrinu ?u,"lu "s •""l the world to the
"r'nk of World War III.
<om, ni'sht have worked out some
done JSl With Sala"' '"it had He
SaviorS°' World woul<1 llave lost a
lpo ,. Leslie A. Shaw
** r- Avenue 45, Los Angeles, Calif.
OUR DECLINING SOCIALISTS'
To the Washington Evening Star:
Your June 2 editorial entitled "Our
Declining Socialists" is most misleading. You would have Americans think
lhat the Socialist danger is a dead duck
and nothing is further from the realities.
The Socialists who are doing the
damage to America are not Norman
Thomas' card-carrying Socialists. They
arc the "Socialist Planners" as John
Flynn calls them in his excellent book.
"The Road Ahead." They do not call
themselves Socialists nor do they openly
advocate socialism. They operate in both
the Democratic and Republican Parlies
and you will find them advocating every
major economic objective of the Socialist revolution.
Incidentally, you will find that the
economic goals of these "Socialist Planners" are almost 100 per cent identical
with the economic goals of the Communist conspiracy. The Communists
also call themselves Socialists. Maybe
that is why our planners for Utopia are
satisfied to retain their Democratic and
Julian E. Williams
10003 Edward Ave, Bethesda 14, Md.
3rd A ward—$100.00
Tei the // all Street Journal:
Certain columnists and commentators
manage to keep their left-wing standing
by the derogatory use of the term, "informer," to stigmatize anyone who has
broken cleanly with Communism and
has been of tested, priceless service in
rooting out subversion. Whillaker Chambers expressed in "Witness" his emotional conflict about what it would mean
to be called an "informer," when he was
preparing to come forward—and I have
watched Elizabeth Bentley recoil at this
label by an irresponsible newspaperman.
On the other hand the FBI and Congressional investigating committees which
understand the invaluable contribution
by sincere ex-Party members always refer to them as "informants."
It is significant how a choice of words
can reveal one's stand on a vital issue.
Regarding those people who prefer the
term of oppobrium for a Bella Dodd or
Louis Budenz. it may be said, "By their
semantics, you shall know them."
25 Monroe Place, Brooklyn 2, N.Y.
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stop w 1!!eti Nations started out to
K '" wa ar' v '' llas become a referee
„sl a«'»> Per vea^TL- CXpen8e of S^OOO-OOO
that d i • his country is hog-tied to
2211 So. Tyler. Dallas, Texas
r falls >'
t has "'
Y c r!0USt°n Chronicle:
°n the3" k ate for 0,u' °f 'he positions
not y., °°} lH>ard recently said he did
EdueatiJu Se meaning of Progressive
sociation I P8 a resolution the as-
an i(|ea afl»pted in 1947 will give him
l'°n read"-8"'-? ''* ""'a,lin"- 'In- rcsolu-
"'"'atioi \ 'hannel the energies of
the (Am -IWar'' ''"' reconstruction of
•'reate a (r"'an) economic system, to
iiternatjr,Sys,'''m '" wmch national and
and disi -i Panning of production
I'lunl 'lr,t,1'i'on replaces |hc, djaotic
prise" p of traditional free enter-
'eachers "k n*0 of 1,u' Plank s:n~ lllr
which ";,, H"A for an order in
of trade national economic planning
a"d stand r<!,sources, labor distribution
The pards ls.Practiced."
°gressive Education Assn.,
F°RUM NEWS, February, 1955
willi a membership of 8000 teachers, is
now called the American Education
Fellowship. This revolutionary idea in
education was fostered by John Dewey,
a professor at Columbia University.
Mrs. M. K. Alston, Sr.,
112 Hathaway, Houston, Texas
RECOGNIZING RED CHINA
To the New York Herald Tribune:
In your editorial "On Exploring the
Unpalatable" you call ii fantastic to
consider Red China an untouchable
Recognition of Red China by the
United Slates is not, it seems to me, a
Let us not forget, while our academicians talk glibly about the "new" China,
that thousands of Americans suffered
unspeakable torture and death at the
hands of these bloody Oriental barbarians during the Korean hostilities.
John C. Schaefer, Jr.
Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y.
Facts Forum, Dallas, Texas
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