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LETTERS to the EDITORS
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U. N. IS STEP TOWARD
I'., the Moline Dnilx Dispatch:
The UN instead of being a progressive
step toward world peace and prosperity,
could become a death trap for freedom-
The U. S. is the greatest nation on
earth because the principles embodied in
the Constitution were established by
God-fearing men and based upon the
divine standards set forth in the word
nf I.ml. However, the proposed revision
to the I \ charter would require all
member states to surrender their national sovereignty to this international
body; whereby, under majorily rule,
those peoples who have no respeet lor
divine authority and American principles would lie in a position to determine-, define, and enforce the standards
governing every individual upon the
face of the earth. Having once surrendered national sovereignty to the power
controlling the resources and mililarv
forces nl lhe- world, no nation could
hope lei regain freedom.
The UN is a definite step toward
totalitarianism and world dictatorship.
Laurence G. Ehrh irdt
1925 31st St., Moline.. Illinois
ELECTION WILL TELL
To the Boston Post:
'lhe- newspapers continually slate that
if Ike does not run lor President he will
pick a- hi- successor someone who will
continue his policies.
The supine and apathetic wel\ in
whieh eiur eitizens accept that statemenl
indicates all teeo elearU the e\ il elfecl on
our thinking due lo coexistence with
totalitarian goveri nts.
Our Constitution provides ineeins for
our citizens to choose their Presidents
and carry out their will -and does not
intend that an incumbent President
-lleilllel <li<ee,-e |,i- successor In e'eirry out
Nn .'in' knows il mn' citizens approve
his policies or not until next election
GbAI i: Bai un
MT \\ eilnui Place
ONLY LABOR CAN
To the- Dallas News
lt is toei lead Mr. Reuther
plain. or at least mention in l»a, c ' . !
few basic truths to hi- Ial.,..' f"11"^",'.
First, that wages ale produced. """_„tm,
, r people
Tli K way a guarantee f''r .
In' made is lo guarantee
follows, therefore, that the only P ,,|,:„,
i r ■ 1 ...1 "Un
the iii iy to come In.en is In""
Secondly, the only guarantee f°
is for labor to turn oul greater ■
the value, the grea"
Thirdly, the only way for l;i"GOL[
deliver more value is lee give 1
workmanship. Thus, in lined s>'1",""
only labor itself can guaran' llie
wages, b> giving value. Wages 1™ hoi,
duced, not guaranteed, as Mr. W0|> a
ii i d jia-i
well knows. ., ' l
While we are aboul it, why •***",*<•<
anteed profit for management- < ne
Mi iiii Miii'V'f -
90'J r.a-l llapki*a<'<*fi
■e i'lll- in
To the- Fresno Bee: , "A he
I note \eeiii naner cites tin' , .e**irc
note, your paper cites
Sun Yat-sen as thc George W'<^h(-' »'
of China. ° 'J"
But today China is in a »"rT ,.'
than ever. Red communism is
trenched, hunger and injustic**
spread eenel (christian mission"
driven out. Even Sun Yat-sen s •
,' ve ll
This China mess is the im'*.1™ K1'
-ult of try ing to make lhe Cl'"1 (
Democrats. The InternationaWp
lhal because Democracy has <J
England and Vmerica, il .-I"'"
1 \ ii\ u here.
The trouble is that before
established. Ihe Coiiiii"«?}° ll'<*
I take 13,5. Waller \\ im I"'1 ., Tl,,.
t the Red termites have ta* outl,
the 1 N is lasl bein;
n.iiie.iiii! communism. \\ e n<s*
alive on ihis vital issue and
niliiiii'-iein cabinet. '
Hie international (lein^dvis,.,
-plaiall ; The
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