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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 6, June 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date June 1956
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. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript FROM <lcr: itorial. ied the ■M, nil it is able riculture tw at crops X* se, that pri" to all oOJ his princip" Mr. Edit"} the press ibleni. t farms tl"1 urplus, il J has theM - sees fit. ' Constitiit'"; I of AgriS ontrols 1*1 ■r against I* bureaucrj lect llillll '" ington, D- . DnMll-' ndon. Olii" it part) ' rate lor I"1 cl, I beM forced WJ what seejE '<> ,,vils- J iean to 1 , be res* letter" ••' nist we •' . Fish Vdaiiis »i Illinois- DOM itorial A rity." I xpiattati^ ,s,„ fori ion a ^ t ' '''''>' eel «*•] who coB% kin>»" I import'1" Protect our nation which gives us freedom — a human being's greatest possession — than for a bank to protect its mere Material possessions. J. Earl Brennan 1414 West Clay Houston, Texas SHE'S BEGINNING TO STUDY RECORDS OF CANDIDATES 'o the Des Moines Register: Because 1956 is a political year, we, ''ie average taxpayers, arc going to have t(l watch all this on TV. Our only other ""irsc is to turn off the set and play P&asta or go to bed for the evening. VVhen 1 go to the polls to vote, I in F>jng to cover the top of the ballot. I jjon't want to know what party the man Wongs to. That isn't the important thing I ui,-. ' in going to vote for him as a titan, no! ''Party member. I realize political parties pe necessary, but too much stress is ™et'd on the party anil we forget the '"'"i who is running. Tin's applies lo an) j!"silioii. Ihe President of our country or 1(1 smallest town employee, Mrs. Edward }. Andresen 301 South I,ake Avenue Sioux Palls. South Dakota "WHERE THERE'S SMOKE . . ." ,.'' "ie Colorado Springs "i-'V, Telegraph: • A witness certainly has the right to .,'"* and speak as he pleases and to 5j?d the Fifth Amendment to get hiin- ; "ut ol a tight spot. Hut the questioner ||'ls 'In- same right to think, speak and act (l he got it from the same omnipotent 2*ce. II,, also has an official dut) to P™rm. <] '"■- Fund for the Republic is on ^"'UiToiis ground when it tries to nullify iiii|Wl"^ "' ''"' investigating committees i," to got the suspected witnesses back S||" Public positions. If the Fund should in its diabolical plan, then a i' I Arnold, a Harry Dexter White, ^ 'in Adolph Hitler would need onl) lirii^'' a governmenl appointment b: "X'lX or otherwise to be In i. |' -,, I'l" I,, i;iri"'''"<-'■ and punishment for murder, '•'Ping, rape or treason, whatever his It" nature would lead him to think of. ""s( not happen here. Dan G. LeFevre 525 Last Camilla St. Whitticr, Calif. GOVERNMENT BOOKLET ON COMMUNISM LAUDED ... "' Vcir Bedford Standard Times: Hid u'. Senate Internal Security Subcom- lit' iN '>l",^'rt "" communism in the iii '.j; Stales marks a worthy advance ;ii, ^'"'ill American approach to thai -V, '"ii'-iK . when federal legislators like '"'»' McCarthy demanded federal ':"'i in,. s'i|JV"' "gainst Communis! infiltration and "f «*fsion, the air was filled with shrieks Si-,, v "eli-hunt" from members of the '' itself, other governmenl personnel s Fori xi News. June, 1956 . .id so-called "intelligentsia inroughout the nation. That type of objection could be interpreted in only one way: The objectors were implying there was no more Communist peril in our midst than witchcraft in the days of that superstition. The Interna] Security handbook gives a comprehensive account of what communism consists of; how Americans may be gulled into its ranks: what should be done, first, to try to undeceive and return them to genuine American citizenship; second, if such attempt lails. to proceed against them to the full extent of the law. James T. Dunn 11 North Street Fairhaven. Massachusetts People's Capitalism (Continued from Page 19) Council coined that phrase, and I like it. The United States Information Agency has adopted it as a meaningful way of describing our system abroad ami asked the Advertising Council to produce an exhibit called People's Capitalism for display at trade fairs around tbe world. [Over 25,000 people viewed this exhibit in Union Station, Washington, lor a week in February before it began a tour abroad which will include India, Japan, and other Asian countries before reaching the European trade fairs this summer. The exhibit's main features arc a typical worker's bouse, 1776 vintage, and one of today's models, complete with automatic dishwasher, garbage disposal unit, and a cat parked in the garage. — Ed.] "The term People's Capitalism has the virtue of reclaiming for America's aggressive use words which signifi- cantly characterize the very life blood of oin whole system. "We Deed not ancl should not be foolishly apologetic lor the fact that what we have in this country is capitalism. We should not try to disguise it by calling it something it i.s not. Instead of the term capitalism becoming a weapon to be used against us it should become a proud description ill what our system iii fact now i.s. namely, a new People's Capitalism which serves our nation in a wax no Other s\ stem has ever approached. "Actually it produces the most lor the many. In America today it has not developed as Marx predicted. Far from the poor becoming poorer and the u'cli becoming richer, ever-increasing benefits have conic to the great mass of our citizens. Contrast tins with the wretched socialism of the Soviet, concealing behind its curtains ami its barbed wire its low living standards, slave labor and cruel restrictions on personal freedom." 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