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Thus the Communists get on with
the job of revolution in the I nited
States. For five years the Communists
have been confidently saying that they
were going to destroy the anti-Communist meivrni.nl in the United States.
How successful have they been?
The sordid Mali
case? No, not
the Matusow case. Thai's an obvious
Communisl plot. You will have to look
Look, fur example, ai the Fund for
the Republic, a fifteen-million-dollar
fund sel u|i by lln- greal Ford Foundation lo investigate. Investigate Communists? Oh, im. To investigate the investigators of Communists!
WITNESSES OR SCOUNDRELS?
Vou might lake a look ai a whole
series of articles run in the Dearer Post
under the general theme of "Faceless
'"formers." The net effect of these
articles is to prove that all of the undercover witnesses who hem- given vital information lo Fill eiml congressional investigators aboul the Communist conspiracy in the United States are scoundrels. \ml after you have looked at thai
series of articles, you mighl take a look
'I the I niversity of Arizona, which gave
u Freedom of the Press award to Pal-
'"er Hoyt, the author of those articles.
More particularly, we musl take a
'"(>k ai the current \1)\ proposal for
forcing the FBI to identify ils informants in security cases. Mr. Joseph
"•mil. a founder and vice-president of
""' Americans for Democratic Action
'which rails ilself an anti-CommunisI
'"raiiizalieinl. demands lhal all persona
*ho are discharged from or denied employment in governmenl service on the
,*sis of information thai they em- secur-
'9 risks be faced with their accusers.
' ibis proposal Mere adopted, the Fill
"H'-in of counterespionage againsl the
Communisl party in the I nited Slales
would be completely ruined within two
months. How? The Communists could
simply send their people, one eil a time,
to governmental agencies to apply for
jobs. Every time one of them was denied
a job because he was suspected of being
a Communisl. he could then demand
that the FBI reveal the source of all of
its information concerning Ids Communist activities.
Why would an American political or-
ganization which calls itself anti-Communist make such a proposal? Who
knows? Tbe strange assortment of vio-
lenl prejudices, inconsistencies, inco-
liiiciil nonsense, and mystifying contradictions which make up the philosophy and code of ethics of America's
liberals is something totally incomprehensible to a sane person.
To the modern liberal there is only
nnc respectable kind of anti-Communist:
the kind who scolds communism in general, polite terms, bul heaps venomous
abuse on the genuine anti-Communists
who are actually burling communism in
Ponder the case of Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt, who eun entertain Soviel officials al polite leas and lalk about how
really nice they are once you get to
know them, even though Mrs. Roosevell
surely knows that Soviet officials have
been responsible for more mass murders
and wholesale enslavement of human beings, more torturing of human bodies
and twisting of human minds, than all
other tyrants in history.
Mrs. Roosevelt's benign tolerance forsakes her al the verv mention of Senator
McCarthy, one of Mrs. Roosevelt's fellow Americans who never murdered
Mrs. Roosevelt, as all the world
knows, bales smearing. Whenever one
of her friends is identified as a Communist, she waxes—bitter, if not eloquent. Al anv rale, she waxes.
Shortly eiftcr \\ billaker Chambers
identified Alger Hiss as an underground
Communist. Mrs. Roosevelt wrote:
"Smearing good people like Lauchlin
Currie, Alger Hiss, and others is, 1
Ihink. unforgivable . . . anyone knowing
either Mr. Currie or Mr. Hiss, who are
Iwo people I happen to know fairly well,
would nol need any denial on their pari
to know they are nol Communists."
HISSES AT HISS'S EXPOSERS
Nowadays, Mrs. Roosevelt says simply
that the Hiss case weis a sad one. and.
anyway, even if Hiss weis a Communist
spy. he could never have done as much
barm to America as the people who ex-
posed him have done. And Mrs. Roosevell has never ceased calling Whiltaker
Chambers tuistv names.
\A billaker Chambers—a devout and
sincere man whose testimony was of inestimable value in informing and alerting the American people about a grave
and hidden danger to their nation—
has been called everything from a moral
degenerate to a psychopathic liar, by the
very liberals whose sensibilities are so
lender when Joe McCarthy lashes mil
eil one of bis "Fifth Amendmenl Communists."
Communists who leave the conspiracy
bul keep quiet and protect their former
comrades eire left alone, litil let one of
them. Irving to alone for his past sins
against Cod and man. expose a bidden
Communisl. and he is viciously attacked
bv the liberals.
Perhaps ihis haired of ex-Commu-
nists on the part of some liberals is due
to their own intimate flirtations with
communism in the past. They coddled
the Communisl youth, signed petitions,
invited Communists to the White House.
eiml poured their money into lhe Communist party and ils fronts.
Today, they do nol like the (.011111111-
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