The following are taken from the
"Remarks" on or accompanying
Facts Forum Poll Cards
The very future of America depends on
passage of the Bricker Amendment.
W. L. Shim.m
P. 0. Box 111. Nappanee, Ind.
Farming ran not be learned by a short
"visit" to Iowa; would require several months
of extensive study. The\ ran adapt all the)
need u> knon from books.
.1 UHES I . Sto* K
Box 25 1. Lone Tree. Iowa
ll we give the average Russian citizen an
opportunity to learn of a democracy in action,
be ran see how insignificant his own method
of government i~.
Kenneth < i btis
Station ACC, Abilene, Tex.
England is for England first and last. We
are wrong in allowing the 1 nited Nations to
direct our so-called "foreign poliev."
R. J. Lyn. ii
I In- (.reen. (lazenoi ia. N. ^i.
The I .S. -Imnld announce thai any further
expansion by Communist governments into
free territory will bring retaliation. This was
Eisenhower's statement before election.
C. O. Baixv. i c
2292 Wynnedale Rd.
Indianapolis is. Ind.
We should not start World War HI to recover out captive soldiers, especially if they
are being treated comparatively well.
2345 H.. Lincoln, Nebr.
What Chiang arid Rhee do is none of our
cotton-picking business. It ceased being our
business when we pulled troops out of North
China in '46 on recommendation of European
Don W. Stearm -^
3511 Valley Ridge Rd., Dallas, Tex.
I trust Ike'- military judgment, his morality,
but he has too many "one-worlders," bleeding
heart-, and do-gooders around him. We nin-t
have the Bricker Vmendment enacted into
Hi ma hi Ellison Smith
I 1006 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, Calif.
The people are too apathetic of the things
done to them in the last thirty years.
II. 0. Kin--
223 S. 17. LaCrosse, Wis.
I don'l feel we should start a war but
should keep up military might to discourage
attack on us.
NT. J, MSUNII k Ii:
1000 Tchoupitoulas St.. New Orleans, La.
No. I Problem Public's lack of interest in
spending of federal money. ' -reatesl pleasure
on earth—giving away someone else's money.
E. C. Johnson
713 Central, Esthen ille, fowa
Russian farmer- iii Iowa would be a mere
spy gesture. We must not rest till all captive
soldiers are safely home—back Chiang and
Rhee to the limit, and now is the time t"
A. R. Sti \iii
P.O. Rox 1230. Brownsboro, Tex.
If we are attacked from without, we are
ready. What about within?
Sherill Hotel, No. 410, Salt Lake City. Utah
Mme and more we should insist that all
matter- of publir interest should he voted
upon L> the \merican people.
Will F. Ev\n-
Box335, Meailla Park, N. M.
No. '2 It is impossible to think of Eisenhower and MacArthur being together al
Yalta. Eisenhower was part of the Roosevelt-
Truman regime: had he been at Yalta, there
would have been no difference. Mad Mac
Vrthur been there. Yalta would have been
Rom mm. L. Poindex i i h
991 Roxbury Rd., San Marino 9, Calif.
Mv answer to No. 3 is that I don't know.
but it looks that way. Our propaganda i-
usually worse than useless harmful instead
of helpful. WI) WE PI MSII. NOT TREA
SON, BUT THOSE WHO EXPOSE TREA
SON. It is impossible for me to understand
the reason why, in this supposedly anti-Communist country, we crucify all our fighters
Mrs. Rom en \ Miller
\pt. 317, 2357 St.. lame- Vve.
Cincinnati 6, Ohio
I believe the Army should he cleaned of
deadwood and become streamlined and efficient.
Tini\i \- Michel
131 S. Wall St., Kankakee, III.
\ nation without heroes is a nation withoul
a history, and a nation uithniii a history will
\t.. in M. Owsli .
Talk peace, dream peace, live in peace to
have a peaceful world.
Os. \h V. M uiii.dm \w
812 N. Broadway, Wichita, Kan-.
To insist upon being attacked first fa
morally and ethically right, but I don't know
whether it is wise!
I'm ii-i ('[in i lating Library
61 1 Grant We., San Francisco, Calif*
Vnti-Communists will nol remain impotenl
forever in their fighl to save Vmerica onl)
as long as traitors exist in government.
\. L. Wll HOITE
7 W. 17th St.. Tulsa. Okla.
MAY POLL RESULTS
(See Page 65 for June Poll Questions)
39 Is U.S. wisp to insist upon being attacked first?
8.3 Would Yalta have been different if Mac Arthur and Eisenhower
hail boon there?
72 Will '•anti-Communists" remain impotent victims of vicious
9 All peaceful means failing shall we abandon our captive soldiers?
62 Is hero worship dangerous to our country?
!•> lias the President power under "treaty law" to suspend lh<'
7!> Is the Senate too lenient in confirming Supreme Courl appointees?
12 Do people grasp the shameful import of Billions, Blunders and
29 Do policies of llie Administration represent the will of the
27 Will Americans ever he permitted to vote on the Bricker
II Should Russian farmers he permitted to come to 'Iowa' lo study
70 Should Chiang Kai-shek and Rhee he allowed to take the initiative now?
18 is England a reliable ally of the U.S. in Asia?
.30 Should the governmenl reduce the number in tlle Army?
No. I Yea and nee: we must nut sacrifice
many lives fur et few. Such i- the fate nf ;e
^eililie-r. One ia tempted te> I.*■ Ti#■ v.- they would
eli'^IieeV tlle- Captives Inline' uc eeeiile) rCSCUe
K 11311 HYM: 111 \S|,\
21R.3 S.W. Yamhill, No. 204, Portland, Ore.
Billions, Blunders anil Baloney sleeenl.l he
on the bedside table e.f lie'' Presidenl e.f tie,.
lie ~- W. Fairbanks
Stone St. T'.-H. Gardner, Mass.
llilli,ins. Helm,,,-, and Blunder— , -rai -kpol
slogan. Very doubtful if majority nf i».-c.j. 1*-
kneeev niiie-li eeleeieil llie' meaning.
II n ele e\l) \. YOUNC
lllll 1. Il.eekf.er.l. (Illie,
1 alill tliitik Ike. ea ee.k. I BUre hope BO.
le. \\'. Wll hebspooh
H9 Olive St., Shreveport, La-
Blind hero worship is ih*. cause largely '''
our present trouble.
Wallace C. Ports"
CO. Box 51, Marksville, L*
Vbandoning „,u raptive seelelie-rs lik*- w*
have is the most disgraceful thing ileal anj
neitiiin e-ati el<».
I Wll - I,, (eel I WI""'
11(1.1 K. 12th, Little Rock, *rk.
I believe the time already long overdue
has come tei sleep belly*crawling eiml slieieln"'
lae\it|^ with ;e|| ( 3>||| 111 1111 jstS.
Ford Kinsm j£
Cornish Flat, N. Il-
FACTS FORUM NEWS, June, /";;