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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 7, August 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date August 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • 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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Enter the published clippings of letters containing 1 ■*><* or less words in the I I letter contest. Read ride- of lhe 11 contests on page 61 of this magazine. • Write letters to (alitor- about tin- ADD PATRIOTISM TO AD'S plan, so that the puhlie will become aware of it and understand its value. • Write Fact- Foinni. Dallas. Texas, for material which will assist vou in setiinj: husiness friends interested in ADDING PATRIOTISM TO TBEIB IDS, • Bring to the attention of any media of puhlie information that material originating in Farts Forum ISetcs can he freely reprinted. • Submit three questions to enter in the September Poll Question Contest (72 spaces or less). Vote the August poll on page ni* of this issue. • Pa— your copy of Farts Forum \eic.s around to friends -o they may judge if they wish lo subscribe. • Send your friend- a o-moiitlis introductory -uh-criptioii to Farts Forum ."Yens for only SI. Where else could you find -o much of value for so little cost? l-yr. subscription. $2. Use hand} gift subscription coupon on reverse side of this column. • If you are not a subscriber to Farts Forum \ei< s. or if your subscription will soon expire, complete and mail the coupon below TODAY* This is the easiest possible way to keep informed on vital i — lies. I M ^<A',,,:™L- } Now! [Subscription □ 6 MONTHS $I.0C □ ONE YEAR $2.00 FACTS FORUM NEWS NAME Please Print STREETS CITY- ZONE STATE PAYMENT ENCLOSED □ BILL ME □ USE OTHER SIDE ALSO that are destroying their pride, self-respect, einel incentive lo work. Just as in my country, before il was taken over completely, the people here are afraid of responsibility. They want the state to look afler them. Don'l they realize that the purpose of the governmenl is to acl eis an umpire and not as a nursemaid? My people didn'l realize ihis facl and look whal happened to us! "People should learn to benefil by the mistakes of others ami then history would nol repeal ilself. Oh. how I pray that wonderful America will nol follow the road which led to the downfall of my native land! li doesn'l have to happen if the people will inform themselves, ihink before they acl and understand issues before they advocate them. "I reael in an American journal that only a very small minority understand progressive 13l11151lie.11. yet a great majority apparently are in favor of it. The same thing goes for the- I nited Nalions. The people are swayed by lofty sounding slogans and phrases which make the I nited Nations appear to be ei vehicle for peace. The) do nol realize that this organization would destroy the sovereignty of ihis nation. Most people have no knowledge concerning the ultimate purpose of UNESCO, The Genocide Treaty and The Covenanl of Human Itights. When patriotic men have unveiled the infamous nature of these things they have been publicly abused. Winn decent men reveal traitors in our governmenl il is they, eunl nol the traitors, who an- defamed. And the average citizen won't lake- the lime to write his representatives in Congress to demand thai such traitors be removed from the governmenl and punished. "In my native land our people conferred upon our government the authority to take from lhe individual lhe righl te. retain lln1 fruits of his labors. This same frightful invasion of iie<li\ ielued rights occurred in this country by the adoption of lhe Sixteenth Amendment, hut in mv country it l.al lo our destruction. America -till has ;i chance to amend this law. "I am amazed how material the people of ihis country have gotten. They are confused; they don'l seem lee know he.w in fight anything thai they can'l see. If lhe I nited States were threatened wilh an invasion by ;i foreign power, lhe people woulel kmew how lo eope- wilh il. hui the American people don'l realize thai the only way lo counteract this dreadful trend in their country is to inform themselves understand the forces thai are living le. ruin America!" The' judge seit in his chair with those quiet, knowing eyes fixed on Joe. Ih' wei~ nodding his head eis he said, "Whal you have said is line so true. If every individual km'" what you know, then ihis onrush toward collectivism could l.e- reversed." The judge stopped spe-eeking em.I his eyes were sad, l.ul In' smiled. There weis ei long pemse: ihe silence seemed interminable. He finally seiid with a tired voice, " \111l whal are you going to do about il. Joe?" When the naturalization hoard mel immediatel) following lhe judges' talk wilh Joe, Joe weis n0| present. Tw" years later I<>> found himself once more in the room without windows, hut tlii, time there were butterflies in his stomach, no lump in his throat. "Judge, I have' accepted your words of wisdom, lief..re ' could accepl citizenship in these wonderful I nited Steil.s I heul 1" follow Miur advice, although vou mav nol remember the advice you gave nn-. I have spenl eill nn evenings these peisi iwo years teaching in the adull education departmenl nf our pul,lie' schools. Through mv own experience in mv native land I have awakened fifty American men and women. Because eef mr the) now know ihr dangers which America fails. I hew have gone oul and are awakening other Ameri' eans." Ih' paused em.I then seiid. "Judge, I am now ready le> become ei eilize-n of ihr United Stale's." The judge rose- and pul his hand on Joe's shoulder. W I"'" he finally spoke his voice, rich with warm emotion, convey**' deep conviction. "You have made a greal contribution toward the- salvation of ihis nation. Joe, you have my blessings eenel m\ grateful thanks." face 40 FACTS FORUM NEWS, August, !"■'■'
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