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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
Subject
  • 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 participate as a fourth member of the Allied Control Council on Germany. She has been invited to join as a sponsor of the International Conference at San Francisco next month. She will be a permanent member of the International Security Council, to- gether with the other four major powers. \nd. finally, we have asked France that she be associated with us in our joint responsibility over the liberated areas of Europe. There were, of course, ei number of smaller things I have not time to go into on which joint agreemenl was had. We hope things will straighten out. Agreemenl was reached on Yugoslavia, eis announced in the communique, and we- liope- iheil it is in process of fulfillment. We have to remember that there are a great many prima donnas in the world all wishing to be heard before anything becomes final: so we may have a little delay while vie listen to more prima donnas. [Laughter.] Quite naturally, this Conference concerned itself only with ihe European weir etnd wilh the political problem- ol Europe- -and nol with the Pacific war. \l Mallei, however, our combined British and American spiffs made their plans io increase theii attack against Japan. The Japanese wen lends know lhat they an' not being overlooked. They have felt the Force of our B-29's and our carrier planes: they have fell lhe naval might of lhe United Slates and do not appear very anxious to come out and try ii again. The Japs know wheel il means In hear lhat the United Slales Marines have landed. I Vpplause. | \nd I think I men add, having two Jima in mind, lhal "the situation is well in hand." [Applause.] Thev etl-o know w belt i- in Store for lhe homeland of Japan now lhal General MacArthur has completed his magnificent march back in Manila [applause] ami wilh Admiral Nitniiz establishing air bases tight in their own backyard. I Appleiuse. ] Bul lest somebody lav ofl work in the I nited Slales I can repeal whal 1 have said—a short sentence - even in my sleep: "We haven't won the wars vet." wilh an "s" on "wars." It is a long, lough roael tei Tokyo: it is longer P. Tokyo than il is In Berlin in every sense of the word. rhe defeat of Germany will mil mean the end of lite weir againsl Japan; on lhe contrary, we must be prepared for a long and et costl) struggle in the Pacific. Bul tin- unconditional surrender of Japan i~ as essential as lhe defeat of Germany. [Applause.] I say that advised!) with Ihe thought in mind lhat lhat is especially true if our pleins lot world peace are lo succeed, for Jap anese militarism 11111-1 be wiped onl as Page 60 thoroughly as German militarism. On the way back from the Crimea I made arrangements to meet personally King Farouk of Egypt, Hade Selassie. Emperor of Ethiopia, ami King Ibn Sand of Saudi Arabia. Our conversations bad to do wilh matters of common Interest. Thev will be of great mutual advantage because they gave' us an opportunity of meeting and talking face to face, and of exchanging views in personal conversation instead of formed correspondence. For instance, from Ibn Sand of Arabia 1 learned more of the whole problem of the Moslems and more about the Jewish problem in five' minutes than I could have learned by the exchange of a dozen letters. On mv voyage f had the benefit of seeing the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force at work. \ll Americans. 1 think, would feel as proud of our armed forces as I am if they could see eunl hear what I did. Wainst ihe mosi efficient professional soldiers and sailors and airmen of all history, our men stood eiml fought ami won. [ Applause, | I think lhal ibis is our chance 1.. see lo it that the sons and grandsons ol these gallant Fighting men do not have to do ii eill over again iii a few years. The conference in the Crimea weis ee turning point. I hope, in our history eunl. therefore, in the history of the world. There will soon be presented to the Senate etnd in the American people ;i great decision that will determine the Fate of the I nited Sptte-s einel I Ihink. therefore, ihe Fate <>f the world—for generations to come. There cent be no middle ground here. We -hall have lo take lhe responsibility for world collaboration, or we shall have io bear tin' responsibility of anothei world conflict. I know thai lhe word "planning" i~ nol looked upon wilh favor in some' circles. In domestic affairs, tragic mis- lakes have been made l.v reason e>f lack of planning; and. on the other hand, many great improvements in living eunl many Benefits lo the human race have hi'.-n accomplished as a result of adequate, intelligent planning- -reclamation of desert areas, developments of whole river valleys, provision for adequate housing. The same will be true in relations between nations. For the second little ill the lives of most of us this generation is face lo face with the objective of preventing wars. To meet that objective the nalions of the world will either have 1 plan or they will not. The ground work of a plan has now been Furnished emd has been submitted lo humanity for discussion eunl decision. No plan is perfect. W hatever i~ adopted eit San Francisco will doubtless have In be amended lime and again over ihe years, jusl a- our own Constitution has been. No one can say exactly how long any plan will lasl. Peace can endure only so long as humanity really insists upon it. and is willing to work for it—and sacrifice for il. Twenty-five years ago American fighting men looked lo the statesmen of thc world lo finish lhe work of peace for which they Fought and suffered. We failed them. We failed them I bin. WC cannol feiil them again and expect the world lo survive. I think tbe Crimean Conference was a successful effort bv the three leading nalions to find a (0111111011 ground for peace, ll spells—ami il ought to spell— the end of the system of unilateral action, exclusive alliances, einel spheres of influence, and balances of power, and all lhe other expedients which have been tried for centuries and have always Failed. We propose 1.1 substitute for all these a universal organization in which all peace-loving nalions will finally have a chance to join. I eim confident lhal the Congress and the American people will accept the lesulls of ihis conference as the beginnings of a permanent structure of peace upon which we can begin lo build- under God, lhat better world into which our children and grandchildren—yours and mini', the children and grandchildren of lhe whole world—must live, and can live. And that, mv Friends, is the only message I can give vou. I feel il very deeply as I know lhal all of you arc feeling il today anil are going to fed il in the fulure. j Applause'. | TO AID FACTS FORUM Tell vour station, or the sponsors ' vou are enjoying their Patriotic progran*** Ask your favorite newsstand for *''* Facts Forum /Vews, and tell news deal*1* aboul the rVews. Gel the Chairman of vour club to writ** for the Facta Forum Sale Agency pi*"' which will enable vour rhih 10 meet W expenses through commissions. Write Letters to Editors about the Ao» Patriotism lo Ada plan, so that the pul'"' will understand it. Gel your neighborhood discussio" group to raise Facta Forum I'oll question* in their meetings* Kind if Patriotic air programs i,r< properly scheduled in your paper. Gel one person eaeh week to subscrin* to the tarts Forum /Vewa. Write Facta Forum for material «'''* will assist yon in interesting hu-i"'""* friends in \l)l)l\<; PATRIOTISM '|U THEIR \l)s. ['acts FORUM N'KWS,,!/,/!/,?^ ource
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