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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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  • University of Houston Libraries
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Transcript w HISTORY WILL DECIDE To the New Bedford Standard-Times: The liberal's opposition to Senator McCarthy is often misunderstood and. therefore, deserves clarification. The McCarthyitea believe that the activities of Communists and I .ommunist sympathizers within the I nited States seriously threaten our national safet\. To remove this danger, we must expose the Communists and their friends and make them powerless as rapidly and as completely as possible. We liberals believe that the ideas set forth in the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence are just as valuable as physical safety, and that life without liberty is life without meaning. We are convinced that the methods and attitudes of Senator McCarthy and his imitators are as destructive of American political freedom as any totalitarian regime. We hold with Benjamin Franklin that a people which sacrifices liberty for security deserves neither. For these reasons we oppose Senator McCarthy and his supporters. Which of us is wrong will be decided by history. Robert W. II im:t 97 Spring Street New Bedford, Massachusetts * . * RUSSIAN METHODS To the Newark Star Ledger: As long ago as 1920, Bainbridge Colby, who was Woodrow Wilson's Sec- re-tars of State, said: "The existing regime in Russia is based upon the negation of every principle of honor and good faith. Tin- responsible leaders of the regime have frequently and openly boasted they are willing to sign agreements and undertakings with foreign powers while not having lhe slightest intention of observing such undertakings ,>r carrying out such agreements. Joseph Stalin expressed lln- Communist diplomatic philosophy even more bluntly: '"Words must have no relations t,e actions — otherwise what kind of diplomacy is it? Word- an- one thing, ai'tietiis another. Good words eire ei mask for concealment of heul el I-. Sincere diplomacy is no more peessilile than dry water or wooden iron." i The Re-al Soviet Russia, Yale University Press, p. 71.) PETEB M ISTB VMI 0N0 77 Van Nostrand Avenue ,|or-cv Cilv 5, New Jersey Manuscript! submitted to Fuels Forum \cles -linul,) lie accompanied li\ addressed envelopes and return postage. Pub- Usher assumes no responsibility for return of unsolicited manuscripts. Farm Problem (Continued from Page 48) suppeirts. the kind of farm price supports ami the manner of administration . . . \- I see it. high price supports and production control go hand in hand. Of course, there are some who want to have their cake and eat it, too. Yet, there must he limits to the amount of surpluses the government can pile up in price support policies. So long as farmers are willing and able to produce a quality product and lo hold production within reasonable proximity to demand, they have everv justifiable right and reason t,, demand lhat their prices In- supported al a high parity ratio at '10 per cent eel pen itv. I liless farmers ore willing and eil.le- tee produce ei qualit) product and to hold — i j | • j > I v within reasonable proximity of demand, then high price supports are unworkable and uneconomical. tVluch eel mil' present surplus is composed of inferior quality products. Now this leads to whal appears to me to be the second fundamental tenet of an effective price support policy. ... I ihink a fundamental fallacy of farm policy has been and continues to he the effort to apply one farm program formula to all farm commdities pretty well alike. Cotton can he stored for a hundred veins anJ -still he good. Milk, on the other hand, is highly perishable. In the ease ,ef storahle feirm commodities, I am willing I,, support 90 percent price supports, if the farmers are willing I" produce ee qualit) product and to accept and eqepK production controls. In the case of perishable commodities, we must develop a different kind of formula. Here, too, il will he necessar) to keep suppl) within reasonable proximity io demand nr rather to stimulate demand to approximate supply. ... It is. it seems i e, in this field that we ma) find a more worked,le formula for commodit) support. Now, a- 1 see it. there is a third fundamental tenet to a successful farm pro- mum, ami lhal i- ihe development of foreign trade. Our government ha- allowed other countries to take much of iln- Vmerican farmers' foreign market away from him. In 1952 we- exported '.t> per cenl ,,f our cotton. In 1954 we exported onlv 2,'i per ,,-nl of our cotton. What make- il worse- is lhal we- had le, iiii i.ur production lieav ilv. Lei im- pul it in number of bales. In 1939 we exported 6,500,000 bales ol cotton. In 1952 we exported 5,519,000 hales. This year we are exporting I,— lhan ::.:>ii().(ini) bales. Iii 1952 we exported 17:>.iiiin.iiuo bushels of wheat — 48 per cenl ,,f our crop. Last vear we exported 216,000,000 bushel- — 18' j per , eul of our nop. \\ illioul anv partisan interest. I say to vou that our gov ernment cannot continue to ignore these facts. RADIO and TV SCHEDUlf ft: 'titiiinvil fro i Page '■!' SI WEST VIRGINIA (Continued) h VVhealiem W'KVV'K* 1 mn Sun -! Williamson WBTHt 1 nil, Me.n WISCONSIN Al.pl. te.T. VVI1HY1 1230 Mn" p Asleleeiiel WA i vv i I lllll Me.ee t l.ai] Cleeere. WBIZI 1 lllll Man r Fond .In Lac KFIZt 1 |-,() Me.n Gre, .. 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Whatever man has, I only as a responsible loan '''' I Ireator, who never renounces ' interest in the material elen><? man's economic life, and who '"' accountable for a responsible up. 2nd: 3rd: 5th: (.the 7th: 8th: Mil The Biblical handling of tl*e' motive follows the same l,-l,l'"|( principle of reward i- ei leuiii"1''. Throughout the Bible llie represented as divinely rev, il is assumed that the industrio1*8 in.nl of talents and posscssio"! merits il- rewards. Bul the BibjM ne, vindication of tin- profit "'"'.''.j, ,0'h: absolute economic principle. ■'''*', from the oilier an as of life- a.^ pleted of any context of obli?"^ "Ih! vindicates the profit motive the righl of private properly. "' )2 cific maniier. which presses ''*' ontemporary capitalism the m Ji '3th: eunl moral issue: "\\ hal shall ■ man if he gain lhe whole w" -*ibl« il'1 lose his own soul?" The In'" j the whole subjeel of profit io Ji4th. eunl -piiilueil conlexl: il legit**?1 j principle of reward, bul bound] a slern sense of justice and ell" galioii. age 64 Facts Forum News, Jan> I
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