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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
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  • Facts Forum
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  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date May 1955
Language eng
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  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
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  • Dallas, Texas
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  • 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 Owen Lattimore On the China Lobby (Continued from Page 20) say that one of the conspicuous members of the China Lobby is a Mr. William Goodwin, who is or has been actually employed and registered as a lobbyist for the Chinese Embassy here. There is the well-known Mr. Alfred Kohlberg. who is a man of private means and able to finance his interests in the discussion of China policy, and he also has or had financial interests in China. And I believe that some Senators mav be considered to be part of the China Lobby, or occasional allies of the China Lobby. Senator Knowland. for instance, whom I consider lo he an absolutely sincere man. is frequently referred to as the "Senator from Formosa." Sen. FERGUSON: That is a Communist line, is il not—"the Senator from Formosa"- Mr. Lattimore? Mu. Lattimore: Not to my knowledge. Senator. They may have picked it up. Sen. FERGUSON: You have never heard that the Communist line is to call the Senator from California, "the Senator from Formoset ? Mn. LATTIMORE: No, I have never heard that, and it may be true: and of course 1 don't follow the Communisl press. Sen. Jenner: Nol one, nol even one newspaper? Sen. Smith: And yel you make that statement ? Mr. Lattimore: Ii is a term that I have been reading for months, and also hearing on the radio. Sen. Jenner: What papers do you read, then? Maybe we can get at it thai » a v ? Mis. Lattimore: I read regularly the New York Times and the Baltimore Sen. Jenner: Has lhe New York Times. lo refresh vour memory, ever referred to Senator Knowland as the "Senator from Formosa"? Mn. Lattimore: I don't know. Senator. It would have to be looked up. Sen. Jenner: You make' this charge and yet you cannot name one paper thai referred to Senator Knowland as the "Senator from Formosa"? Mn. Lattimore: I can't name—I can tell you the peepers I read. Sen, JENNER: Bul you do not recall any single newspaper? Mr. T.\TTi\miiR: 1 cannol recall. Sen. Jenner: Vou thought ii was a humorous reference, and yet you did not get any humor and you cannol remember lhe humor lhal you got from reading some newspapers? Mit. Lattimore: Senator, ii is a very frequent reference—so frequent that I ueeulil nol associate it with any newspaper. Six. Jenner: Do vou read the Daily Worker? Daily Worker MmmWt*, u e ! clua Mlttr Oct. A IHI. «> r3» f* Ntw TkL H. T. tb. Ml «( Much i im Vol. XXXI, No. 253 New York, Tuesday, December 21. 1951 WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.-Sen. William F. Knowland (R-Formosa) today reaffirmed his proposal for a blockade of China even though President Eisenhower has called it a war measure. The Senate COP leader demanded that the U. S. gov- Sen. Jenner: In whal press have you read that Senator Knowland was the "Senator from Formosa"? Sen. Smith: The Communist press? Mr. Lvttimore: No. I never follow the Communist press. Six. JeNNER: I want an answer to my question, and I want to know in what press the wiine-ss heis iceiel iheti Senator Knowland is referred In as ihe "Senator from Formosa"? Mn. LATTIMORE: I am sorry. Senator. I can't name offhand a specific paper in which I read it. Mn. Lattimore: No, sit. Sen. Ferguson: Do you read the Com pass ? Sen. Jenner: What paper do you read besides the New York Times'? Mu. Lattimore: I was hying to tell you when you interrupted me. Sen. Jenner: Please do, with qualifi- e eel ions. Mr. Lattimore: 1 read the' New York Times regularly and I read the Baltimore Morning Sun regularly and I read lhe II ashington Post regularly and those an' the' only ones I read regularly. Six. Jenner: Thank you. Mr. LaTTIMORE: Since I have characterized this also as a term that appears on the radio, the radio programs to which I listen regularly— Sen. Jenner: Now, maybe some com- inenlalor. What commentator have you heard who referred to il? • • • Mn. LATTIMORE: The programs and commentators to which I customarily listen are lhe six o'clock CHS news program in tbe evening, which includes a number of commentators or news broadcasters; and I listen to tbe eight o'clock CBS news in the morning; and then going; back lo the evening. I occasionally listen at seven o'clock to Fulton Lewis, Jr. Sen. Jenner: Did you ever hear Fulton Lewis. Jr.. refer to the Senator from California as the "Senator from Formosa"? Mu. Lattimore: I can't recall. Sex. Jenner: Can you recall any commentator on any of the news broad- ceisls Six. O'CONOR! I do think, now—had you finished vour Mu. Lattimore: Sex. O'Conor: answer: I bad not. I think that you should finish it. Mr. Lattimore: At 7:15 1 usuallv listen to Elmer Davis. Sex. Ferguson: Did you ever hear Elmer Davis sav lhal? Sen. O'Conor: I think— Mr. Lattimore: 1 think. I wouldn't say for certain, I think it is quite likely. Six. FERGUSON: 1 would Ibink so. Sen. O'Conor: Let us be in order. Mu. Lattimore: At 7:45 I usuallv listen to Mr. Ed Morrow's program- again on CBS. And that is all of tl"' programs I listen to regularly and lb'' papers that I read regularly. • • • (Short recess, it this point Senator MiCtte tan assumed the chair.) The Chairman: The committee will come to order. Is there any question pending? Sen. Smith: I asked Mr. Lattimore to name tbe persons who constituted tbe China Lobby, and be named three or four, and I would like lo get lhe additional names of those he regards firs' as lo the China Lobby. • • • I'm: Chairman: Let's name l'"' neime-s einel answer the question of tl"' Scneitor from North Carolina. Mr. Lattimore: Senator. I have mentioned Mr. Alfred Kohlberg. ' understand that an employee of tl"' China Lobby has been a Miss Fred* I lley. I understand lhal there- is a gre«' deal of private Chinese money in '"" country— Sex. Smith: Now, lhal does not answer my question. The Chairman: The last pari of tl"' Page 42 FACTS FORUM NEWS, May. t*sS
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