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Title Facts Forum News, Vol.5, No. 8, August 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date August 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 -a 0Q FACTS FORUM POLL QUESTIONS „ „ Closes August 1 Yes No " □ □ Do politicians respect the judgment of the American people? "2 □ Should NATO have a voice in disbursing our foreign aid? ^| Can the efforts of an enlightened citizen combat communism? □ Q Should Bulganin and Khrushchev be invited to visit the U. S.? □ □ Should all Communists be expelled from the United Stales? 2 Has television affected the nation's readers? ~2 Do you have confidence in the present Supreme Court? 2 Should American servicemen be tried by foreign courts? 1 Do we publicize our new weapons of war too much? 2 Should federal control of railroad rates be terminated? 2 Should television be installed in public schools? 1 Would a southern walkout benefit the Democrats in the long run? 2 Should government businessmen disclose their financial holdings? 2 Should more consideration be given small businessmen? Remarks NAME (PLEASE PRINT ND. AND ST. CITY AND STATE • PLEASE NOTE: A voter may indicate his answers on the above form or may list linn) on a separate sheet of paper, simply omitting the questions on which he has no opinion (for example, 1. Yes, 2. No, 4. Yes, etc.) and mail them to Facts Forum, Dallas 1, Texas (no other address necessary). His votes, shown in this manner, represent his ballot in the Facts Forum Poll. • // you Wish to subscribe to Facts Forum News, please check below. 2 1 enclose $3 for a one-year subscription. 2 1 enclose $5 for a two-ijear subscription. %y« JUNE POLL RESULTS 93 Are Presidents picked bv politicians rather than the people? 38 Should rural development program for low-income farm families be expanded? Should we first feed our own Indians before giving to foreign aid? Should voters be given a choice on foreign policy and foreign spending? Do TV interviews of statesmen do more harm than good? Should any agency be beyond investigation by Congress? Should Soviet Russian tourists be permitted to visit U.S.A.? Should voters write their congressmen about bills coming up for a vole? Is excessive taxation destroying private enterprise? Are our slate laws too lenient regarding juvenile misdemeanors? Should more languages be taught in our public schools? Should mental tests be required of drivers having three serious accidents? Do you oppose the regimentation of American agriculture? Is the UN a modern-day Trojan horse in America? 90 91 33 fi 27 98 9(1 84 62 83 ST 87 ""'^P Poll Question Winners For August, 1956 An award of $10.00 has been mad« to the following persons who submitted questions used in this month's polls 1st question: BAXTER B. AKERS P. O. Box 23 Mt. Blonchard, Ohio 2nd question: MRS. VIRGINIA B. ALMORE 356 North Craig Street Pittsburgh 13, Pennsylvania of ei lie e, ho n< of oi 3rd question 4th question: MRS. L. B. ANDERSON P. 0. Box 598 Butte, Montana DONALD BURNS 204 South Main Street Providence, Rhode Island 5th question: THOMAS JAMES CURRIE 1630 K Street Lincoln, Nebraska 6th question: MICHAEL DERTZO 54 Crown Street New Haven, Connecticut 7th question: JAMES D. EDWARDS Hq. Sq. Section, 3800th AB W*> Maxwell Air Force Base, Alobon* 8th question: 9th question: 10th question 11th question 12th question 13th question 14th question JOHN M. HANLEY 800 University Avenue Palo Alto, California MRS COLEMAN M. LAMP 805 Fifth Street St. Marys, West Virginia MRS. EVELYN B. MAIER 1925 Sharp Place Houston 19, Texas P. EVERETT SPERRY Lawrence, Kansas JAMES H. STRICKLAND 4309 Porkwoy Fairfield, Alabama G. WELCH Room 1508-Ponya 111 Eighth Avenue New York II, New York ELIZABETH WENTWORTH 67 Morton Street New York 14, New York SLOGAN FOR AUGUST, 1956 Have Your Say This Is Your U. S. A. A^i Sul tmitted by MRS. LOUIS BOECKMAN, 6802 Forbes, El Paw, Texas Page 64 Facts Fobitm Ni ws. August, •list. 1™
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