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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1956 - File 019. 1956-01. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 28, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/209/show/158.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1956
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. V, No. 1, January 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date January 1956
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
Genre
  • 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 ROM THE CRADLE TO ECURITY Is Social Security socialism? Is this an honest trust fund? Are we enslaving future generations? % a GRAVE SITUATION wiiit: worU* t Russian Premier " lor of Rodio Free redoovor lo lorn i" the Prague tri* ind clear the i'" >r were killed •' id not refer •{ ctims. He sp"1 is the Secretary losleeveik Co nieiiin. who hf* of the intert* it to death by * liis then Com'*";",''1 (*"*»pers, ihe "grand old man" M t „„'! C&J? ■'<'■*—President of ll„- All.. 188ft- e Not ant.-t. )2.,__„„„„.,, hia ||nion „„.,„,„.,., ,„ -Communist ^'ok behind ihe humanitarian si..tuns confederates Weil h, it,, advocates of for the sake *-*ameed :he Communis'5, sycbologica1 ' pagating. i, Milos Vam causes, said °$ ..in.: ". . . as government- \« the liis to print' I'' her meat d i HKRE has never yet come down from any government any substantia] improvement in the conditions masses of the people, unless it hmd its own initiative in Ihe mind, d<' heart, and the in nei - ourage of the people. ee the cold «''Q f""" ''"' I"'"!'1'' of our country the " t expect l""rr(' "f '"itialive and the opportunity (forts to libe'' ;lsl"'v and '■> struggle in order thai at aspiration mav become a reality. Ples-" Ad thou on the sunie _ vou couch your action in run »fy ^"'I'.'llictic terms, it will fail of d "First f l""'l"""' :""1 '"' the undoing of the -rr, thf"1''1 f()m''" llult --•" to make up a virile peace within |(. , k Qm a|, ^ u||(n 1 itv <" wilL aml see "'"-' governments 7nalJ,ol^>* fh'«'lhe features of compulsory b, anrh;ena9.^r;;ndi;be1'',','cstabli^ed,-andyou ce. It is noth1". bee initiative take Yv ekfartS 0f lhl' I'l"- -us and Vanrfjsocial insurance cam, i exaggeration ■ the ,-, Ot even utldcr- i, ^nnS** '" ,''m"*'' ov prevent poverty, ll is uropehascon i,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ; d £ 1 "uni^i-r,,f so,ial inJustice- Q I he first step in establishing compul- is lei eliv iilc people roups, those eligible for benefits to Comm s ml lh< ,isls and pr<*'j*ry socia| insl,rar„. Iron ,„ d • has spread , ,|ms|. (.onsi(1(,rpd " 1,1 r"7,iI-1' lh™-«'v™. The division is has, ul the (.urtai"v_ Sghl for f''e^Te",r,P|,S,fr'"n..?," address. December 5, 1915.. re- ,f tBTh" h„]n™™„„,, a.s,°" L'i*c"y\ September, 1955. easement ot nt II Next l-Hudson, M< N. y. t Economic education, trvington "Legislated security is bondage," said Samuel Gompers, who was the first president of the American Federation of Labor. His opinion finds agreement in the following compendium of views on this subject from Representative Bruce Alger (R) of Texas and Paul L. Poirot, staff member of the Foundation for Economic Education, while "Mr. Social Security," as Representative Robert W. Kean (R) of New Jersey is called, and Representative W. R. Poage (D) of Texas favor a universal Social Security system. upon earning capacity. This governmental regulation must le-nd to fix the citizens of the- country into classes, and a long-established insurance system woulel te-iul to make those- classes rigid. Governmental power grows upon ilieil on which ii feeds. Give an agency power, emd it al once tries to reach out alter more. Its effectiveness depends ii|e<ni increasing power. Recently ;e gentleman of the highest Samuel Gompers, presidenl of the AFL, with Mrs. Gompers in 1924 on thee Atlantic City boardwalk. j»<-rs Forum News, January, 1956 standing slated to me that during the time he was in Germany, and in a position to know. German workmen came to him seeking aid to get out of that country to the I nited Steilcs. They told him that by reason of the taxes which they were compelled to pay into compulsory sen-iul insurance schemes, they hud no money left except feer absolute necessities of life, and wen- unable lo secure sufficient funds to come to the 1 nited Steitcs even in the steerage, lb- said to me further that in Germany, where compulsory soeieil insurance has been more extensively worked oul than in emv other country, the workmen of lhal country, by reason of their property interests in compulsory social insurance, have been compelled to remain in Germany and work under circumstances, wages, hours, and conditions of employment which forced them to endure conditions below standards of a living wage. Is ii not discernible that the payments required of workmen for ihis compulsory social insurance interfere verv ma- terially with mobility of labor, and constitute a very effectual barrier to the workers determining their whole lives? Industrial freedom exists onlv when ami where wage earners have complete control over their labor power. To delegate control over their labor power to em outside agency takes away from the economic power of those- wage earners einel creates another agency for power. Whoever bus control of this new agency acquires some degree of control over Page 17 Is ng
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