such a fund, even though they officially
denied having done any such thing.
1726 Davidson Ave., Bronx 53, N. Y.
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REDS QUITTING AUSTRIA
CALLED FLIGHT FROM PERIL
To the New York World
Telegram and Sun:
No one behind lhe Iron Curtain will
he happier than lhe Kremlin to lift the
occupation forces out of Vienna. The
mere presence of Soviet peasants' sons
and workers' lads in civilized surroundings is the most demoralizing factor for
tbe Red .Army.
Returning home, these boys compare
living conditions in the miserable
hovels, under lhe most oppressive taskmaster in the world, wilh lhe Auslrians.
No political commissar could make them
believe theirs tbe land of "plenty," tbe
"land of happiness."
Thc easiest way out is to get the hell
out of there ets spct-dil\' eis possible. Not
so in Eastern Germany. There the Communist regime of a few German traitors
lists exclusively on Soviet bayonets. Remove them and the Easl German puppet
This and only this is the reason for
the Kremlin's about face in ils stubborn
resistance to liberating the Austrians
from the yoke of occupation.
/. Anthony Marcus, Pres.
Institute of Foreign Trade
11 W. 42nd St.. New York 36. N. .Y
GUARANTEED ANNUAL WAGE
To the Christian Science Monitor:
Both proponents and opponents of
the Guaranteed .Annual Wage seem oblivious to the amazing corollary of the
innovation. It is a guaranteed annual
As Henry Ford's original five-dollars-
a-day wage worked mosl because il
btiill into the economy something more
than a $5.00 demand for its goods and
services, so GAW in conjunction with
the time payment plan and the pension
fund, will build into tbe economy a
giiitranlecd annual demand.
Thc useful corollaries of that situation
ate a guaranteed annual profit, et stable
and expanding economy, with the immediate result thai GAW shall he the'
verv thing that shall most guarantee
ilsolf' Karl 1/aarlz
High Plain Rd., Andover, Mass.
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To lhe Dallas News:
The Daily Worker recently griped
about poor efforts for the tax reduction
advocated by the "Democrats" (?)
Those advocating tax reduction before
they achieve ;i balanced budget are right
in line with tbe Daily Worker—spokesman in the ILS.A. for lhe Lenin line to
bankrupt the United States.
F. G. Swanson
Box 1020, Tyler, Texas
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WAY TO INSURE PEACE
To the Fort II orlh Slur Telegram:
I wish to stilunil ei proposal I know"
will case world tension and will insure
peace for ei genu! while. The first step is
tn give ihe Chinese Reds Hong Kong
eunl Melleivet. We should then give them
Formosa. Hawaii. California. Arizona,
and New Mexico.
After that, lhe rest of the country can
give Texas lo them.
We can mouth a lol of drivel about
"holding the line." hut it cannot be
done. The American 6 per cent of the
world's population will become slaves
if we do not liberate those of the 0 1 per
cent already enslaved. Fiery time wc
play tbe coward wc lose some more
friends lhal wc badly need and will need
worse. I hope we don't win half a war
and quit, like in Korea. If so. wc will,
like in Korea, heive Iwo halves of a war
Corporal Don Lindley
Route 4, Hico, Texas
(Continued pom Page 11)
sample statement is made: "Tbe American imperialists propose to conquer and
enslave the world." No vestige of evidence is given in support of this statement, bul it is repealed and reiterated
like a radio singing commercial, until it
becomes axiomatic in the Communist
mind, unquestioned and unquestionable
the basis for planning and counteraction. On every page wc find it: "By
'he enslavement of lhe peoples of the
World by one imperialist country, Amer-
11 'a. imperialism has assumed an unprecedented scale."
And again: "Even during the second
"orld war. the American imperialists
heul made their plans for plundering and
oppressing all the nations of the world.
All these activities stemmed from their
ambitious and aggressive plans. In
"iilir to pul their plans for the enslave-
"lent of the whole world into operation,
'be American imperialists . . ."
"In order to put their plans for world
nomination into operation, the Ameri-
'•iii imperialists . . ."
And so it goes on, once or twice
'A|ry page', until il becomes a refrain
"' lhe unconscious mind and the basis
"I conduct and behavior.
pACTS FORUM NEWS, August, 1955
When you have cancer, temporarily
it mav be more comfortable to ignore
its presence and coexist with it. But
most people believe that il is the refuge
of insanity, and il is certainly the pathway to doom. To ignore the central
fact that 900 million people are in thc
iron grip of the world Communisl peirlv
dedicated to ihe concept and consummation of the class war is likewise lhe
pathway of insanity and doom. We can
but acknowledge llieir ideas, their program lo implement those ideas, and intelligently recognize their assaults. We
must protect ourselves and lhe survival
of human liberty.
'£* eicccpl (aimniimist cocxisteauj^aj
ils face valuuis insanity. The term
coexiyti'MCi1 was coined bv the Communists. The Communisl idea of coexistence was disseminated hv the Communists as an instrument lor the consummation of the class war in Communist
conquest. William /. Foster. Chairman
of the American Communist party, writing in Political Ajjairs, indicates thai
the ideei of coexistence in no sense contradicts lhe ineyjlnliilily of ^Tniuipiiiiisl
conquest, but js a weapon direeted
toward that end. Coexistence means to
lhe Communists lhal phase of the dialectical class struggle before the critical
point has been reached where the war
is waged lo give a steady program of
advance rather than rapid annihilating
change. During ibis period, every tech-
uiipie of propaganda and slander is
used againsl tbe American people.
Every artifice to sedate and to con-
fuse is scientifically prepared. And coexistence is merely the cornerstone of
SMOOT: Dr. Schwarz. I must confess
lhal I have heard people call you an
Se iivv vuz: I confess il without shame.
I am alarmed that American aircraft
can he shut down with impunity; lhat
lhe sons of American mothers, clothed
in garments of honor, the uniform of
llieir country, carrying with them the
prestige eiml dignity of this mighty land,
are today in Communisl prisons—and
the protests "I this country are laughed
in scorn. I am alarmed that Japanese
-ejlnjoK-liJldr1'.. le"Hii ir.ie»li.-li fror[i Coijl-
nijjjxi_sl__li'\lbxiuk*3, 1 am alarmed that
every Chinese sihooT chihl attciiibi^uiass
e'veeplions as a portion of bis education. I am alarmed that, beginning with
wilh forty thousand in 1917. llie Ci—
munists lodav have' e'oni|""p'd 9nn '":l-
fion. And 1 eun alarmed that well-meaning and intelligent people do not appear
lo be alarmed.