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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955 - File 028. 1955-05. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 19, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/419/show/377.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 5, May 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 1955
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. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript 5. To transport physically a person from Los Angeles to New York in less than four hours. 6. To build a horseless carriage as good as any of those described in the advertising folders of any automobile manufacturer of today. Do you think that any of our presenl peilitieetl advisers, economic planners. miscellaneous do-gooders, or welfare- staters could, in 1900. even have imag- iiu-el a solution to anv of these problems? A cl all of these problems have been solved by private individuals, left free' to plan and try. to risk and manage their own affairs, with the hope of reward for success. Let's go back to 1900 a moment. Suppose- that any of our government planners today or then had been confronted in 1900 with the task of planning, building, and maintaining roads adequate to serve the people. There is not a governmental planner in the world who thinks that he couldn't do that. Act thai is lhe one problem that was turned over to governmental planners, has been in lhe hands of governmental planners since- 1900, and is the one that has not been solved yet. In every ana where private ownership, private Initiative, ami the expectation of individual achievement have been permitted to operate without governmenl interference I] —Wide World Photos ON THE AMERICAN SCENE—Picturesque view tupper left) of Donner Bridge, just east of Donner Pass, with Donner Lake a thousand feet below in the background, on U.S. Highway 40 near the California-Nevada border. Upper right, Florida's overseas highway—122 miles of reinforced concrete bridges and double-surfaced roads, links Key West to the mainland. Lower left, a country road near Yorkshire, N. Y. Lower right, opening day decor at sector of New Jersey's turnpike near Newark Airport. and mismanagement, Americans have wrought miracles in material progress in the past fifty-five years. In areas where governmenl has heul exclusive control, we have had the same inef ficiency, waste, lack of incentive, an" lack of wisdom which has kept th1' soeialislic experimenl from succeeding in Kiissi;,. Europe, eunl everywhere else on earth where il has ever been llicit- from lln- time of ancient Babylon ,0 now . Bibliography 1 "'W'leeit e,f Government's Role i,, Highv/d \i,l Programs?" Ta> Review, pp. 13-1* published lev Tan Foundation, Inc., Nr" York, March, 1964. 'Book of Knowledge, Volume 2, p. 410' Magic Carpet Edition. '\ Choice eel (.niele's." pamphlet form of a sp,',ali hy Thiimas II. McDonald before ""' Vmerican Association nf State High*8' Olfieieels. Dec. 10, 1952. 1 "America Veals a Public Works Prograin, by Sylvia V. Porter, pp. 54-55, reprinted '" Democratic Digest, October, 1954. ■ World Almanac, \,. .'ill1). 1955 Edition. f ■ in-nee,I ,,f Pul,li,- Highways," l.v .l"l," '' Mulr 'v. The Freeman, pp. 181-183, N" e,lil!«'l. 1954. "Highways: Plan eeenl Prejudice," o'e"s' week, p. JI). Inlv 2d. 1954. -"Wiev 50 llilli„„s for Highways," r. S. i''"' & ll',,,1,1 He,,,,,,, pp. 21-26. July 2.'i. l'l''1.. " -101 llilli,,,, I).,Ileus for New Highway* U. S. Sews & World Report, pp. 129-13*' Nov. 12. 1954. Weir,Is „[ il„. Government," l.v Dean B0* sell, In Brief, published by I li. F idati"" for Economic Education, Inc., [rvington-* 11 udson, Vie Ye.rk. ,- 11 "Bureaucracy," Itulhts 'limes 11,•rtthl r-' I,,rial. Aug. 17, 1953. '3-lieis Wear's Toll li.,ei.l Decision ' New Hlghwaj F.eee ie, T,\ees." Dallas Tf" Herald, Feb. '). 1955. 1 '"Here We Go Again," by Thurman Sen-'"1;' Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph, >'•" ' he- Top, an concepts of grade. Pare 2*j —Wide World Photoi experimental car of the future, the Ford FX-Atmos. An example of possible style tomorrow, it will never be built for sale. Lower, a 1908 Ford climbs mountain 1 "Thr Wrong Road,*1 Barron's, Jan. 17, "''"Ike's Spending Raises Grave Question^ I!.,. m! Moley, Dallas Morning >'" Jan, 27. 1955. >"0ui Shrinking Citizenship," Indiana?* Sinr. January, 1955. FACTS FORUM NEWS, .1/eee/. '■'"' IH
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