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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
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date January 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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Transcript 3RS ^that British, French, Dutch and Italian fejcolonialism is a lesser evil than international communism. R. C. Chaplin " 3601 Brown Ranch Road Santa Cruz. California SAVE THE CONSTITUTION r * * * * AN &.GES To the Indianapolis Star: today's Constitution is practically jpowerless because of its gradual emasculation by interpretation. Loyal, self-reliant, and individualistic Americans have long been aware that their treasured Constitution, which was created hy them, and for them, has Reuther does""**"*"" illt(l the hands of those who inter- r|||||in in passiiP'-et it in favor of a little clique of his labor folloe'K'lallsts> whose "omniscience'" enables ■ ,„a„l„, ,d notl""-""1, "''<' know what's best" for the I""""" -people. ,.„■,, intee f»r^ '■' tllC PeoPle of America are to re- ..■ir-iniee that**lui" strong, their Constitution must also M ,', ,„1r,'li/l'",ai" st""1'-'- lf "'ie falters, the other ''•',, nl-/11".*5' falter; if one fails, the other musl I""1" !'''*> ^(ultimately fail also. > from is tro" j guarantee M oul greater -'' hie, the g"';1 Leroy M. Pelkin 946 North Meridian Indianapolis, Indiana lv „ay for I^OLDEN RULE MISAPPLIED e is to give 1, is. in final D»n »K Hoston Cost: can guara" j be President and his clique continue alue. Wag,'-- "j?;0 ""''I the spotlight with their concilia- 1 ,, ■' ■ I' Ir. won attitude teed, as Mr- "*''.> "ttitude consisting of soft words. W'jeet phrases and the application of ,„„l it, why t"*h,l("''<len Rule. ' I the milk of human kindness dried iianagi'iiie"'- . hull MerjJ 09 Easl Hap*" lexia, Texas in the hearts ,,[ lhe Soviet on eaders. I The sad spectacle of two U.S.A.F. offi- » * #ers —one dead and the other injured: »e innocent victims of a shooting in vs# north Korea is tbe offshoot of these gangsters being treated with decorum n our leaders. ■■* M VUa| further must we do to -how our per cites the Xsire f°r peace? We've already turned e ,„,,,..,. Wei^e other clleek. weVe shut Qur ^^ ° "ie unconformity of our enemy; a is in a y*°fF,, ,ff a» responsibility for the is li^| are of our citizens abroad: given the lie and glad hand to Russians Ira tmlliniaiii ' i„juslii'e and mjiisliri- . ; "'"' giao nand to Russians tra- ,lia„ ,„i>-i„iii't.,<!,sl"'-' our land. What's the next step? *un Yat-scn's *-*'ve them the keys „,- homes and ^Uie l,fe of refugees in our own .- i- lhe- incv'-j ■ nake ihe- Chi" Mrs. Eleanor G. Price ualional'-1",. Route 2 "'" Dover, New Hampshire nler locracj has "•*■ erica, it -1"" thai before I. the Coon" „ EGREGATION SOUND ,1."' ii'."." the Memphis Commercial Appeal: I. lhe Coinii"., -■ •"minus commercial Appeal: ah,., WiiiebflJ The attitude of the white people of the „il,.s have t' outh toward mixing the races socially binel national d< ••-., ing displaced' ism. We aef -.._.« ....A.iij; me races socially Jjil not be changed by the recent ill- |e.ii\,awsed decision of the'Supreme Court el issue Ni us, Jan lhe record of peaceful coexistence of Icrs Forum News, January, 1956 two races so diametrically opposite for more than two centuries in spite of irreconcilable differences in culture, heredity and experience proves to all fair- minded people that the system making this possible, namely segregation, is sound and beneficial to both races. This history of mankind will reveal no instance where a minority, racially impossible of assimilation, living under a government conceived by and for white men. has received such consideration, enjoying equal rights and opportunities, with the prospect of continued improvement intellectually and economically. It would be an act of irresponsibility mi the part of both races to even consider the abolition of segregation which experience has proven is our only guarantee of continued progress. Warren S. Webb 1924 Harberl Avenue Memphis 4. Tennessee « *e ie- A. P. I. TO THE RESCUE To the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph: Although socialism is supposed to promote brotherhood and fraternal cooperation, il occasionally -lips ;» cog. as, for instance, when the SOCIALIST coal miners of England refused to produce enough coal to keep the boilers burning in the SOCIALIZED UTILITY PI. WIS. The utility plants, in return, were obliged to turn to A.P.I. (American Private Industry) emd the Standard Oil Companj of New Jersey supplied the answer. They are building huge oil tanks in Britain, in which will be stored oil enough to keep lhe SOCIALIZED gei- einil electric utilities running, while the SOCIALIST miners take it easy! Well, that's how socialism usually works out! Each little Socialisl spends so much time worrying lest a fraternity brother acquire a "meatier" slice than his. that his own production "falls off" wilh dire results to the entire Utopian setup! But this must have been a bitter pill for socialism to swallow ! Grace Lee Kenyon 36 Sherman Street Bristol. Connecticut DISGRACE TO AMERICA To the Fort Worth Star Telegram: Men must undergo rigorous training to survive in war. hut the system of brain-washing to which tlie men are being subjected is a disgrace to America. The indignities neaped on prisoners of war can be endured, hut when Americans use the same beastly tactics as the Communisls. can vou expect the soldier or his family to have respect for this government? Why punish all the men for the mis- lake- a few have made? It's not the few turncoats who are dangerous to America, but the "coat-turners" in this country who sit back in plush chairs and undermine the principles on which this country was built. When we begin to use a technique that godless nations use to break a mans spirit, we are becoming in part like them. Every mother should protest. Our sons can't invoke the Fifth Amendment and go free; they have to suffer. Mrs. Bessie K. Smith 4433 Virginia Lane Fort Worth, Texas FARM SURPLUS To the Examiner; (We should I demand . . . that the piling of farm surplus stop. We would then gel cheaper and better food, for farmers would again feed their meat animals grain . . . We would be the better fed country we once were and wouldn t have to live on vitamin pills. \ billion dollars loss each year takes just lhat much more mone\ awa\ from you. Why should butter, milk, cheese, grain -- and now they are talking of piling up pork products as another surplus —- be kept from our tables to be thrown away or sold at a loss to foreign countries? Anv time you eat any of these products remember you are not only paying the price the merchant asks, but are also paying for what you don't get . . . M. \l WON 1529 Market Street Oakland. California 'STATUS OF FORCES' TREATY To the Christian Science Monitor: There is no argument with tbe truth of the statement thai 1 ndcr-crrctary of State Robert Murphy gave an extended and effective presentation in defense of the North American Treaty Organization status-of-forces treaty before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, but there is definite reason to doubt the legal justification of his seemingly logical, but very dangerous argument. lf there is legal justification for such argument, then American constitutional rights are dependent solely upon political expediency — upon whether or not the surrender of our rights is deemed for the best interests of or necessar\ for the good of our country, to be determined b) treaty, signed by the President and ratified b) two-thirds of th*' Senators present and voting, or by executive agreement signed bj the President alone. Beatrice J. Brown 230 Main Streel Brattlehoro. Vermont Page 63 V V f ,„(>:
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