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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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Transcript Opinion Forum The following are taken from the "Remarks" on or accompanying Facts Forum Poll Cards :a •Asiatics interpret yielding oi Matsu and Quemoy as abandonment of all Asia and a complete collapse of nation after nation into Russian orbit would result. Lather F. Meyer 220 K. Jefferson St., Fori Wayne 2, Ind. * * * In regard to the last question not all labor but only those industries where a skilled or semi-skilled labor is used, when seasonal layoffs arc involved. Thomas l.u-l.n-11 I WW 7th St., Troy, V 1. * * * Soviet officials would certainlj control that \v heal .11111 the humanitarian motives nt the donor would then all hut disappear. Is Vmerica incapable ol understanding this? John Johnsson Rt. 1. Box 28, Eureka Springs, Irk. I would say "Yes" to giving wheat to hungry Russians it we could be assured they would know it was a iiift from the \merican people. Mrs. V. A. Richej HHIK K. Main, \llanta. Texas ?. * * No. 7 The poverty-stricken will grasp at any straw, no matter how rotten. T. I- Mitchell B24 Caldbnia St., Rossville, Ga. * * * Who can or ever would guarantee an average annual sale- volume? The answer is: no one ever could or would offer such a guarantee. M. A. Planner? Latham, N. ^. We should continue to hold conferences with Red Russia only under a more watchful eye and more diligent procedures. Uvin Hall Sioux Falls, S. D. The planned meeting ... at the "summit" is the summit of disgrace and dishonor. Mrs. Daisy Seising MID Hammerly, Dallas, Texas * * * We've had propaganda aboul ( N and all but not facts. It i- imperative that treat) power be curbed. Mary Martin Box 519, Flagstaff, Kriz. I observe that most ot the Communists in the U.S. come from the so-called "intelli- gensia". . . . The) haven't turned up a poor one yet' Eugenie Howard 2056 K. 12th PI., 'I'lilsa. Okla. * * * It'- nn tort u nate that we even became involved in Vsia hut now thai we are. we should act like j great, strong nation should and stop appeasing Red < Ihina. Mrs. Edith M. Stanfield 16392 Micheltorena, Los Vngeles, ' alif. * * * Progressive education too broad. Many fine teachers good A merit an- using progressive method-. Definitely had in some instances. Mrs. Byron (sing 3T9 .lack-on I),-.. Oshkosh, Wis. * * * 1 spent months on Quemo] as Military Advisor to Nationalisl China. These islands are \ital to defense of Formosa. Senator A. It. fcwinj: HI Florence Vve., Sheridan. W yo. Page o"4 We should adhere to Monroe Doctrine and W ashington's Farewell Vddress. Foreign entanglements weaken our nation. Erie E« Howe 1026 Blaine. Los Vngeles, Calif. * * * Progressive education means to me to keep in step with the besl educational practices. J. E. Miller Tin 22 St., < anyon, Texas • # * No. 12 Not unless capital is guaranteed an annual income' Mrs. Adele K. Miller So. Beach Rd., Oconomowoc, Wis. Some form ot world governmenl mighl be possible with national sovereignty assured, but it is not probable not when we see whal happens to state sovereigntj under federal government. Spencer Alien 517% K. Pikes Peak Colorado Springs, Colo. No. II Nothing i- indispensable. Paul Price, Jr. Rt. I. Box 98, Vnthony, Y M. I don'l think N \T<> i- indispensable I i security, bul it helps. Paulisl Circulating Library nil Granl A.VC., San Francisco. Calif. No. I But do we want them? lt seems he-' to me thai we keep out of some of the foreign affairs. Norma M. Cilpin 503 Wo.,,Hand Vve., Nan Wei. Ohio * • i ruel, greedy, self-seeking, dictatorial people exploit povert) to promote communism for their own self-advancement. James I. Crockett 2749 Woodhv PI. N.W- Washington K. 1). C The I N othing hut a blank check fa LAST MONTH'S POLL RESULTS o YES II f>2 «8 12 72 LS 73 33 76 13 30 15 Should we lei the Communists take Quemoy and Matsu? Is progressive education a tool of communism? Should the I & use sterner measures to liberate our boys Is l.S. policy of generous gifts abroad winning many frie hoe- ( N membership limit our constitutional rights? Has ihe I .S. ever gained anything from conferences with Ked Russia Does poverty aid in the spread of communism? I- it possible to promote world government and be loyal I l><> \^e need Bricker Amendment to protect Constitution I Should surplus wheat !>e given to Russia to alleviate food Is NATO indispensable to the security of the I .S.? Should labor he granted an annual wage? from China? ids? U.S.? i roiii I N hortagei \niiual wage is a question. It mighl make for more stable economy, hut it in m\ opinion also promote- socialism which is a forerunner of communism. Definitel) would lower initia- V. J. Elson, M.D. Paola, Kansas I se an\ oi ever) means now to liberate I .S. \rmy prisoners. It we have lost our hi naughl else is worth preserving. Alden \\ . (lavender 1124 Sangei Vve., W .v„. Texas I N membership should not limit our constitutional rights, but those in power are interpreting it to that effect. Misuse of treat) power without legislation ts unuuuslitutfonal ami contraiy to law. Maryesther \\ illiamson 6402 Broadway, Indianapolis, 20, bid. No. ii Possible hut hard to reconcile as the theory supports yielding our nationalist character to a world rule. Ii certainlj i< a thing to fighl againsl al ever) turn. Fielding Haas 3401 Browy, Great Bend, Kansas ...am convinced our educational system is suffering greatl) in regard to Americanism and fundamental principles ot education. Mrs, Neil Patrick H..\ 19, lake Providence, La. tyranny, and little nation- are doomed. Eugene Teahan Ellsworth, Kansas \\ >■ should gel oul of Asia and turn th1' h hole mess over to the I Y (',. J. Connolh 1306 Fitchland Vve., Toledo. Ohio * * * In regard to liberating the boys from Chins* I am going along with Ike as he knows whs- is going on and I do not. Same goes for the Bricker Amendment. Itoheri Enkster Box 527, Buffalo, Wy" * * * W orld government i- only answer event*1* ally, but it must he predicated II] a ttfj8 awareness ol necessity. No tariffs; no economic advantages. Fred K. Flanagan 1806 Gilbert We., Shreveport, I ■ Education i-- in need ol revision to comb** communism. Our gifts abroad, when handl6' properly, do win friends; unwisely, enemies. Eleanor Franklin 511 \\. 71 St., Chicago, I"- No. 7 Poverty oi itself does nol aid in '''' spread ol communism. Vmong the ignorfl/1 and uninformed, it might. Every Commune nation i- a inonumenl to poverty. Rev. William II. Spencer 360 \\. State, Jacksonville, '|L FACTS FORUM NEWS, August, H''>:' '"'At
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