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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
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  • 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 1 ] SITUATION t is ful age to rr- 59) :::::: e'.'s ni- ier e.l ir- he ...1 11. ew e.k he ze (Contrast Ls here presented, aol onlj in the views of two experts on world affairs in genera] and poviet affairs in particular, Imt also in the freedom with whirl. Freda I tley, a naturalized I .S. private citizen, may criticize the policy, or lack ol policy, of the I'.S. administration, while N. A. Bulganin, though supposedly top minister of the Soviel I mon, i- confined to the Communisl party line expressed in characteristically cold-storage sty le. Building a Socialist Society by NIKOLAI A. BULGANIN, Premier of USSR Delivered before a joint session of the Supreme Soviet. Moscow, February 9, 1955 IJomrade Deputies, you bene accorded Vine a great honor einil trusl b) eip- I'oiitlitiL' mr i heeii mail of rlir ( annual ol Ministers of Ihe I nion nf SoVii-l Sorial- 'st Republics. I thank yon. comrades. '°r lhe honor and I itsstire you that I s"al| devote eill my strength to justify your confidence. Firsl of all, I must assure the Supreme ''"vict that in all ils activities Ihe Couu- c'l of Ministers will continue to earn 0nt consistently the policy worked oul '>' the Communist party; the polic] oi gliding ei Communist society, ol fin "."'f consolidating the might of the So- |"t state, e.f strengthening the alliance "■tiiei n the working class and the col- 'liv farm peasantry — a policy of "fengthening peace and security. the implementation of such a polic) -uaieintees the further flourishing of our Socialist state and the raising of the People's well-being. the whole- activity of the Communist Pa>t) and of the Soviel state is subordi- ll'",,'l tee the loft) task of constantl) improving the life of the workers. HEAVY INDUSTRY OUTPUT Heav) industr) has always been and ''"Liin- the foundation for the further Psurge of our national economy. Its 'r''si'nl output is nearly three and a |J" times greater than in the pre-war j^'H- of 1940. Our highly developed "ju ) industry is the great, historical "''icMiiii'iii of the Communisl party '""' of the Soviel people. . ,N [ is I we'll known, heavy industry ,ls tendered a wonderful service to the '"'si' of the constitution of socialism I"' the consolidation of the indepen- ''''"''' of our homeland. . Heavy industr) i- the basis of the ( ' ''sll'llrlileli' ile'fi'llsiM'lli'sS of till' rnllll- 1 and of the miehl uf our valiant "r";<'d forces. a '"'edl. comrades, the fearful years of '' great fatherland war. '■ ai thai time, there had been in our "n|ry no mighty economic basis, no —Reprinted from Vital Speei hes, March I. 19S5. S FORUM NEWS. April, 1955 heavy industry, we umphrd over the teeth. Heavy industry d inde tld nol have tr tnsurei independence ol our home 1 for f i the freedom land. Heavy industry insures the development of all branches of our national economy, agriculture, lighl and food in- 'luslry. and therefore is thc source of a constant rise in the prosperity of the Soviet people. In order to advance agriculture, which <_.i\cs raw material to the liphl iniliis- Iries. il is necessary to supply il with a sufficient number of tractors. haiM'sl-i combines and other farming machines. (Ink I ee -el \ \ indllsltw is elleli' to ''i\'e 11- eill this. Iii developing heavy industry, we have* always followed and we shall follow tbe directives ol the greal Lenin and ol the faithful continuator of his work, Joseph \ tssarionoi ich Stalin. The policy of the preferential development of heavy industry, which the parly has defended in a fierce struggle againsl class enemies and their agencies, i- justified by the entire course of building socialism in our country. Thai policy corresponds to the vital interests of the Sov irt state and our people. AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT A very important task of the Government will be to carry oul measures worked oul b) the Centra) Committee of the Communisl party in regard to the development of Socialisl agriculture in order to safeguard the ever-growing requirements of the population in food pro.hiris and of industry in raw ma- Irrials. In tin- connection, em enormous importance, should be attached to the resolution passed iccinlly by thr plenary session of lln CeniKil ('ommiltrr of the Coirmiunist parly of Ihv Soviet I "nion. in which the task of iin rieisinii <irain production during lhe ncxl five or si\ years up lo tcrtsjjiillion poods [a pood is about thirty-six pounds] and to raise' the production of basic products of pact —Wide World Photo In 1938, top Russian leaders watched proceedings at a joint conference of the two branches of Russia's Red Parliament, the Supreme Soviet, at the Kremlin in Moscow. The parliament met Jan. 15 and adjourned Jan. 19 without accomplishing any legislative work. Shown, left to right, N. Bulganin (then a deputy), A. Zhdanov, Stalin, K. Voroshilov, and N, Khrushchev, Page S3 =5 0
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