"There is a kind oj dictatorship which
can come about through it creeping
paralysis of thought, readiness to incept paternalistic measures of govern.
ment. and along tilth those paternalistic
measures comes it surrender oj our responsibilities and, therefore, a surrender
oj our own thought o'er our own lives
and our own right to exercise oar role
indicating the policies of our own
—Dwight I). Eisenhower
"Socialism and communism iron I
work because Socialists and Communists
icon t work the incentive is lacking.
(Jim Ii. Johnston
Presidenl ol the I .S. Chamber of Commerce
"/ am not a gentleman. I am the
representative of the Soviet I nion."
Semyon K. Tsarapkin
Kii—ieeee delegate tee tlte- I N. ulii-ee asked hy
the' Security Council Chairman "For what
purpose does the gentleman wish ti. spe-eek ?
"If both, or all. political parlies try
in he all things lo all men. lhe electorate
has no choice even at election lime.
(See Article on Page .',2 t
"Republics, one ujler lhe oilier. Iliac
perished through u icaitl oj intelligence
anil i irlue in lite masses oj the people.
They hare been delivered over to tin-
archy and thence to despotism .. . Ij we
do not prepare children to licet,tne good
citizens . . . ij tie do not enrich their
minds with knowledge, imbue their
hearts wilh lore of truth and duly umi
reverence fur all things sacred and holy,
then our republic musl go down In destruction, as others hare done before il.
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Books Battle Communism
At Ithaca. N. Y.
A reading room containing a com-
prehensive collection of material on
communism has been opened fur public
use' in Ithaca's historic Tompkins
House. Established through lhe volun-
leer e-fforls of city anil county residents.
the reading neeein will offer an extcn-
si\i- indexed file of the Congressional
Record, official reports of lhe House
and Senate investigating committees.
anti-Communist periodicals I including
Facts Forum News), and other pertinent information.
Classroom TV a Trojan Horse?
"The forceful appeal of schoolroom
television could he of infinite service,"
points out California's Eagle Rock
Sentinel. "Our obligation will In- tee see
lo il lhal the program is not distorted
hy those' who plan our ruin.
Author of the article, Mrs. Doris \.
Parks, who lias originated and conducted I'm America's Workshop in Los
Angeles, a-ks. "By our indifference eis
he whal television material is brought
into lhe classroom are we i.> risk admitting a Trojan horse which, once inside,
can warp the minds of our children? Or
shall we- acl decisively to prevent the
misuse of ihis supplementary aid tu
"The way in defeat Communist influence in classroom TV is 'to he- there
first" before il begins to seep in. Good
old 'Yankee' determination can get us
there first if we have an explicit program prepared by iln.se who waul to
see our children develop into upstanding citizens.'1
Shadow of the Cross
On the Iron Curtain
Along lhe Iron Curtain, from Hamburg to tin- Austrian border, new
churches are being constructed l>\ the
American Wooden Church Crusade.
Easl German refugees ;ii Traunreut,
Bavaria, who had been worshipping in
an old barracks, now have a new Catholic church. On lhe fringe' of the- See\iei
Zone in West Berlin, a Protestant congregation, without a place In worship
since the- weir, now has ei church of its
own. The' crusade plans i,, build forty-
nine modes! structures.
the American Revolution, Dallas, Texas,
checked thirty-five new textbooks to as*
certain whether they contained anything
of a subversive nature. The' thirty-five
honks were' for Dallas classroom.- frotn
the elemental-} grades through high
Among oilier tilings, each honk wa*
judged nil lhe basis of whal il hail to
sei\ aboul capitalism and free enter*
prise; whether il presented world government as superseding the I nited
Stetii's governmental system, and
whether American history and heritage
were peissed over lightly or derided. I he
committee approved the books.
About a hundred years ago. Commodore Matthew Perry, I'SY returned
after opening isolated Japan to American shipping. His remarks on that occasion, as retold in the Los Angela
Examiner, show striking insight.
"It requires no sage I <> predict that
westward will the c 'se of history lake
its way, bul the hisi act eef the drama i*
yel to be unfolded. I think lhal eastward and southward will Itus-iei. America's greal rival, stretch forth her power
to the coasts of China and Siant.
"And lints Ihe Saxon and lhe Cos-
sack will meet once more', in strife <>'
in friendship. Will it be in friendship-
I fear mil! The antagonistic exponents
eef freedom and absolutism musl thin
meet ;it last,
"Then will hi' fought thai might)
battle on which lhe world will look will'
breathless interest, for on ils issue will
depend tin- freedom or lhe slaver) "'
ihe world despotism e,r rational libert)
musl he- the fate of civilized man.
"I think I see in ihe distance the
giants lhal are' growing up lor thai
fierce and final encounter. In the progress of events that battle must see'."'1'
ur later inevitably he fought."
More Time for Treason?
Eugene Dennis. General Secretary"'
the Communisl party, and John Gates,
Daily II inker editor, were released Ii'1""
Atlanta Federal Prison, hui kept in I"''
eral custody in face other charges-
Prison sentence was for conspiracy '''
teach and advocate \ieilcnl overthrow '"
(ON THE \I.I-.UT—Keep this coliin"1
informed ol anii-Cominunisi activities 'J.
your area hy writing "Kceedei-s Report)
James Campbell Chapter, Daughters of Facta Forum, Dalhu l.Texas.)
An investigating committei