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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 10, November 1955 - File 044. 1955-11. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 29, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/629/show/603.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 10, November 1955
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. IV, No. 10, November 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date November 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 treule partners. By accepting sucb gold without knowing the actual origin the American Treasury would facilitate Russian trade with Western Europe, which is certainly a doubtful result. AN INSTRUMENT OF PROPAGANDA In conclusion, it mas be staled that militarily, economically, and politically the Soviet I nion has only one firm and strong opponent: the United States of .America. For this reason the I SSI! has reserved all its abuse and invectives for this country. Its propaganda againsl the t nited Slate- of Vmerica in other countries is formidable. With each trade agreement it concludes, it alsee extends its propaganda radius. With the wares it sends, il passes along its anti-American hatred. Against that the I nited States has to take' the strongest stand. Thi- propaganda must not be underrated. Everything must be done to counteract it. Especially now that economic eiid may decrease nr cease, the I nited States must be' \igilant to keep the loyalty of the former aiel recipients. Beyond that, it is especially important to vitiate the Soviel trade effort. Having recognized Soviet foreign trade as em instrument of conquest, everything musl be done by the I nited State- to attract the world's trade tee it- own shores or to help tei e'slablish conditions in which the free world can trade wilh each other without Russia s participation. Export controls eis e'sieib- li-heil iii the Export Control Act of 1949 and the Battle Act of 1951 should be continued in one way or another. That thev were extremely successful is evi- denced by the violent Russian reaction again! them. That they hurt the Russian orbit much more them the Western W oriel is evidenced by the statistics. Through a proper tariff policy and technical assistance the I nited States can continue to help the free world to sleiv free and beyond that stop the Soviet march to conquest. It would be unrealistic to hope for complete commercial isolation of the USSR, but the cordon sanitaire can he tucked tighter and tighter. If the I nited States remains a market for foreign products and a supplier of credit, raw materials, and finished products; if trade, ne,I eiid. becomes the regular feature of American relations with other nations, then the free nations will have no reason to fall for Russia's siren song. It is clear that Russia's foreign trade' serves one purpose only: to aggrandize the- Soviet power. It is one more instrument ed conquest. In such circumstances it is the lask ot the United Stales to stop not only the Russian soldier, but also the Russian trader. LO PHOTO Truth By HENRY \\ . WESTHEIDEB The constant rain of daily events form themselves into pools, creeks, springs, rivulets, etc., known as facts. Like all waters, ihe waters of fact seeking a common level, flow together, blend and form themselves into the mighty river of truth. Undisturbed and unmolested, the river of truth will follow the lines of least resistance, find its own level and flow in a broad given channel until il reaches the sea of human knowledge and belief. ll is possible to muddy and befoul the waters of the river of truth with the vile filth of bigotry, hate, false charges, misunderstanding, vituperation, recrimination, and name calling. Ilul through ils own action it will eventually cleanse itself of such impurities, consigning them lo lhe bottom and into the muck from which thev originated. It is also possible to divert the course of the river of truth into man-made channels of untrue philosophy, unsound reasoning, propaganda, misleading statements, ignorance and wishful thinking. But since it is the natural law lhat all water must find its own level, eventually the river will again find its true channel and follow its way lo the sea. Sometimes great dams are built of deceit, greed, selfish ambition, twisted truth, distorted facts, lust, intrigue., conspiracy and arbitrary egotism, to ball or impede ils progress. But no matter how high or bow strong such dams may seem lo be in the beginning, llieir fallacious structure cannot endure for long. Slowly, perhaps, but surely the waters will pile up behind litem until they either overflow, or by the sheer weight of llieir volume break through tlle obstruction, inundate the entire terrain and sweep everything before them as ihey roll majestically onward and into the sea of all human knowledge and understanding. I'euie 12 FA( TS FORUM NEWS, Vovemb.
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