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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 4, April 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
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  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date April 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • journals (periodicals)
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  • 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 cause the people here are firmly anli- l-ommtmisl and are constantly watchful ■or such euiiv ities. Q. It's generally acknowledged in America that Soviet Communist domina- j'on of Asia would greatly imperil Amer- "eui security. In what ways could the American people through iheir govern- '"'nt cooperate to assist you in your -"•at crusade? A. \\ heit we ask of the American people is their continuance lo uphold justice •ml in give us moral support and en- '""eigeiuinl. We also hope lhal they j'11" provide us with the material and "s'islieal aids. Then we will he able to ""sh our jedi of national recovery. Madame Chiang Interviewed ,'irsl Lady of the Republic of China, ; iitaim- Chiang Kai-shek, was interviewed ^ the headquarters of tlie Chinese I, "men's Anli-Cn,,,,,,,nisi Resist Itussiei !*«l5ur l„ Taipeh by STATE OF THE "ATION'S Hardy Hurt. y- I'm very interested in this organi- '""III. ihe Chinese Women's Anti-Coin- """st Resist Russia League, and under- '""1 it's more or less your pet project '.' taipeh. Would you tell us something •bout it? I A- Ibis organization was founded to ' I' keep up the morale of both the [""I'le and lhe army and lo help the S^ernment in a civilian capacity lo do hc Work (hat we think ought to he done. V In the Tachen evacuation, thou- .'".''* of refugees came here. Were you 've in helping these refugees/ T- l ^' 'K"' '" s''"' r''|ii'escnlaliv('s lo { ben to help the women and gather t.'J "II of lhe orphans which we could 11 ■ We found several hundred orphans. 0,V- Madame Chiang, are the women . tee China here in Taiwan, or For- u"sa. strong in their determination that a1' mainland should be taken back from l. Communists who. because of their QeP from the Soviet, drove ihe Free "ii-se from the mainland ? ■ • I Ihink I cent -ay that every single i "I'm liiii' in Free China wants lo do 'iff ■ Ch • of the free world is al slake. I '"'st. not only because lhe fate of """ il-elf is eit slake- hut because lhe Id "»■ un iiii w 111 it i 13 '"« there is decidedly a d, leepening in- [|r s| ami understanding of the silua- I, ''or example, lhe Women's Forum ■' Security held in Washing- fationa k. ' tliink they look a very decided '''-I ami ;i very firm stand on whal gght. /,y- In oilier words, vou see more i "Ier is arte Si s. words, vou 'r"'an determination to draw a firm •gainst further Communisl aggres- expansion, and imperialism? ' think there is thai di'lcrmina- '"il I Ihink thai jusl having the ''"le',. p|i , ""nation itself isn t going to accom- „„.; ' "'I' task. Th,' point "tat determination CTS FORUM NEWS, April, 1955 task. The point is how to imple- Q, When will you visil us again in the United State-? A. Thai is something which 1 cannot answer because I'm needed here at home, and 1 think lhat wherever I can work mosl effectively I should be in thai place. —Wide World Photo Madame Chiang Kai-shek chats with war orphans newly arrived in Taipeh. (I. Whal can your friends in America do to help the Free Chinese? A. I think lhat the best way they can help is to recognize that what China is fighting for is not for China itself. Il is a fight for certain fundamental principles, the principles of human freedom. 0. Whal do you ihink the I Inited Nalions, as an organization which was founded In preserve peace in the world, should do about the Communist threats of aggression against ihe Republic of China? A. I Ihink we often forget lhal the Republic of China was one of the founding nations of the' I nited Nations and that ihe I nited Nations was founded for the purpose of preserving peace amongst nations and of condemning aggression. IKE'S MILITARY SERVICE PLAN (Continued from /'age ID Bibliography 1 Text of Eisenhower's State of the Union Message, New York Times, Jan. 7, 1955, pp. 10-11. Selective Service \< t. World Almanac, 1954, p. 734. " \ Military Service for Everybody," Los Angeles Times. Dec. 19, 1954. 1 ' Irguments for and against UMT," Los Angeles Times. Dec. 3, 1954. 5 "Wilson Sets Out to Win Legislators over to [ MT," Toledo Blade. Dec 17, 1954. 8 "New Reserve Plan Is Faulty, hut It's Better than Nothing," Louisville Courier-Journal Dec 20. 1954. 7 Louisville Courier-journal. Dec. 17. 1954. 8 "Modernizing tin- Minute Man Idea," Los Angeles Times. Feb. 10. 1954. 9 "The Case for National Security Training," hy Karl T. Compton, New York Times Magazine. May K, 1953, p. 13. 10 Address hy General Douglas MacArthur he- fore the Joint Session of the Legislature, Lansing, Michigan, May 5, 1952. 11 "The Conscription Fallacy," hy Brig. General Bonner Fellers, Air Force Magazine, December, 1953. 12 Korean War. World Almanac, 1954. 'Tot- uf Party Platforms, U. S. News & World Report. July 18. 1952. pp. 82-87, and (Vug. 1. 1952. pp. 83-90. 1'■ \ Conscript Has No Rights." hy Paul Harvey, Freeman Magazine, January, 1955, pp. 264-265. '■"' Letter from Dean Russell of the Foundation for Economic Education to a Colonel. Jan. 12. 1954. 1C"UMT in a New Variation," Omaha World-He,aid. \m. In. 1954. —Wide World Photo President Chiang Kai-shek of Nationalist China (at right) pays homage during memorial services for 720 guerrillas who died in the battle for Yikiangshan. Page 23 S i
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