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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 9, September 1956 - File 003. 1956-09. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 17, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/279/show/212.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 9, September 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date September 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
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript ACTS FORUi paid for -i"1 way progralj giving awl mr next-dol Being neig- igieal ones rr needed >l| Hiliiiunisni M, Ml), th Street ity, Califonf avia. Chi"*! he same. It t Most Thought-Provoking Mogo Volume 5 Number 9 September 1956 IN THIS ISSUE. lorn that a"' ncluded. nil we en"1 or more I 'ito: li-. 1(1 a lieu -{ IK needed have had | ion that th"J get le oolsol a M en built, f ely; two "" d an incrt| Ihe dillerci" | ching pro" i ■ , i«l oininliiust se of com"1'! :. Soiu:ns6s VV. Erie St- icsville. (»"' Sections from THE GREAT PRETENSE Foreword, Cong. Francis E. Walter 2 No Softness in the Kremlin, Eugene Lyons 5 A Talk with Voroshilov, William C. Bullitt 6 Is Stalin's Russia Weakening? Whittaker Chambers 7 Stalinism Continues, George Meant/ 8 The Lure of Peaceful Coexistence, Anthony T. Bouscaren 9 Khrushchev Copies Stalin, Louis Budenz 10 '•"UOmiDATION? 11 HE Primrose Path, W. G. Vollmer 14 Werview of TiU'.onoiu: C. Streibert, Director of U. S. Information Agency . . 16 88 Supreme Court Under Fire 18 "ndensation of School of Darkness, Bella V. Dodd 23 B°<*R„v,„ws: Violent Truce, E. 11. Hutchison 36 Social Security — Eact and Fancy, Dillard Stokes 36 nnouneement of Facts Forum News Essay Contest 37 uE|-ling Our System, Dr. George S. Benson 41 He*'» Will Roll" 52 Tv K and radio Schedules °6 Vtest Rules 60 ™Ninc Letters to the Editors 61 rs •°M\ii-mS\,s Bottled Efficiency, Upton Sinclair 62 ^*y Ennn lor Pacts Forum Contests °3 LL Questions and Poll Question Winners 64 °U. Results for July . 64 "H-^ for thi: Month 64 *c>r information regarding reprints, sec page Hi, Photo Cri-ditv: Front Cover, Cong. Francis E. Waller. Hani. & Ewtog, Washington,, D. C-; nam- 5 Eugene Lyons, Cosmo Sfleo, Inc., New Yolk; pan.- (.. V\ ilham C. Bullitt, pan,-7, Whittaker Chambers, page x. George Meany, page li), Louis lliul,■„/ VViil,- World Photos; page IB, Theodore C. Streibert, Renl Photos. Tax? in Julv is:' Capital!* I,' the artje in it scci"s ,e second !>' feel that litable m1' to nu df-truths f A* 171,? 'IC.IAI. I'lHl,[C V HON nl Fail. Forum, Inc., ny,n., Jiiiksi,,, Street, Dallas I. Texas. Published arm ,t '" ,l"' interests nl Facts Forum participants l^conH concerned with dispelling public apathy. r^ala-class mailing privileges authorized -il Dallas, • lri' 1 in U.S.A. f'«iirAlt,) ()l DIRECTORS: Robert II. Dedman, J. (-!'."'■ J.ilni L. Dale, Viee-Presidentj Warren S|T«H Ir., Secretary, I,a- Nash, Treasurer; 8-C„ ''■ Camberth, Mrs. Sue McCrary, Robert "■sett -d: "Eli"< usiness. It could- K, line-lit ol ■' I de: "Mf'd iscs in «C* ,1 on page ° ■ N nSOHY BOAHD: Major B. A. Hardev, (.hair- f' Sir ,', Ar""ir A. Smith, I.lovd K. Skinner, David Mr, ,V-'kl*T. Harry E. Rogier, William N. Blanton, :°ll'rr., V Russell, Ir., Mis. Wallace Savage, W. G. ftfi«n&.Poak Walker, !■'.. E. McQuiHen, Governor \T'"fr-,i ,Ul,s- General Albert C. VVedemeyer, %l* R°bert E. Wood, Hanford McNider, John Sal018 FOHUM is a nationwide public educa- JW— °.r8anization dedicated to arousing public "tir, ','• nm*nl events and stimulating individual '•"'"N iii the shaping of public policy. ^POr?S FORUM is nonprofit and nonpartisan, ,ng mi political can.lid,it.■ ui party. Facts ^s Forum News, September, 1956 Forum's activities arc designed to present not just one view of a controversial issue, but opposing \ leu s, believing that it is the right and the obligation of the American people themselves tn learn all the facts and come to their own conclusions. FACTS FORUM is unalterably opposed to the Communis! conspiracy, and uses every means within its power to keep the American people aware of tlie dangers of com munism. SIGNED ARTICLES appearing in FACTS FOI.UM NEWS do not necessarily represent the opinion o. the editors. MANUSCRIPTS submitted to FACTS FORUM NEWS should be accompanied by stamped, seif- addressed envelopes. Publisher assumes no responsibility for return of unsolicited manuscripts. SUBSCRIPTION RATES In the U.S. and U.S. possessions, |3 per year, $5 for two years, and $7 tor 3 years. All other countries, $4 per year. To subscribe, see page 64. CHANGE OF ADDRESS; Sen,! old address i exactly .is Imprinted on mailing label of your copy "1 tin- magazine) and new address to FACTS FORUM NEWS, Department CA, Dallas 1, Texas. Please allow three weeks for changeover, Don't Miss.. IN THE Nerf Issue OF Facts form Nem Freedom's Fortress and Chiang Kai-shek John < inlilnrll. well-known newsman and author, gives first-hand account of Formosa's resistance to Red China. This is particularly newsworthy flue to widespread rumors that Ked China will he admitted to the United Nations following the elections in spite of thc protests of the United States and de- spile congressional disapproval. Interview of A.D.A/s Joseph L. Rauh, Jr. Are the Americans for Democratic Action aligned with thc Democratic Party? Does A.D.A. advocate a new major party? With these and other questions as ammunition, and Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., National Chairman of the Ameri- cans for Democratic Action, as target, a team of sharp-shooting newsmen pinpoint the aims and purposes of the A.D.A. Pro and Con on Status of Forces Treaty Congressman Frank T. Bow ( R- (Hi hi t denounces the treaty while Congressman James I*. S. Devereux (R-MaryJand) defends il. An engaging hattle of words is encountered in their conflicting opinions. Do Vets Need a New Pension Law? Crediting and discrediting the need for additional veterans' benefits are two of the foremost authorities on this subject. Mr. T. O. Kraabel, Director of National Rehabilitation Department of the American Legion, urges the adoption of the American Legion- sponsored War Veteran;- Security Bill. Congressman Olin Teague (D- Texas). a veteran and memher of the House Veteran Affairs Committee, opposes thi legislation. Facts are the reagent u in clarifying this cloud ed issue. Page 1
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