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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
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  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date November 1955
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. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
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Transcript sorry slate lice of the ir all the Id cite as n a book enreil.s the i form of ;overnmenl ihis niiirl 6th Award ASKING MORE OF BOYS THAN OF MEN To the Chicago Daily Tribune: I see in U. S. News and World Report an article entitled, "Whal To Do About Brain Welshing." It's an effort on the pari of our armed forces to find an answer to the problem of soldiers captured by the Communists. \Ieiy I suggesl lhal if our leaders haven't what ii lakes in moral guis to come up with lhe righl answer concerning tin- captive neilions whom we helped In betray, Chiang Kai-shek ami Syngman Rhee, whom we elid betray, and haven'l the moral courage In face up In ihe question of Quemoy eiml Meilsu. then how in the world can we expecl a captured soldier, subjeel In the physical eiml mental tortures mir leaders thus feir have not experienced, In do heller lhan our policy makers? Leslie I. Shaw 122 E. Ave. 45 Los Angeles. California -::• *:• ft 7th Award FAR-THINKING FARMERS OPPOSE HIGH SUPPORTS To the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin: Ulcr having read Mr. Thomas L. Stokes concerning Hill Hli 12 (Bulletin, May Im. I would like to eeehl this. Al- though the Democrats' \oifs have passeel Ihi- hill so far il does nol represent lhe majority of farm thinking. American Farm Bureau, iln- largest farm organization representing farmers, is against ihis hill. All Far-thinking farmers are ageiinsl high support prices for lhe simple reason iheil guaranteed security means governmenl regulations ami eventually I..— uf free enterprise. The Democrats voted emeiinsi themselves in voting for litis i,j||. I hope ihe "citj fellers" realize ihi- fact. Robert Thorpe Route 1. Newton, Pennsylvania * i;- * 8th Award FOREIGN COURTS To iln Sew York Herald Tribune: How cent vmi state that 'The Stains of Forces heis in.I worked ;i hardship on Americans abroad?" How can il avoid lining s,i when foreign letws are so different frnm ours? We iln nut send ei man lo jail for life for robbery or cul oil llu- hand of a petty thief. Any serviceman sieiiinm'el in et foreign country let- iw strikes against bim. In man) <>f these countries Communists have greal power. In the words nf one of our officers in France, "How long ■In \uii think a French judge of a po- bee courl would lasl if he disregarded the testimony nf a Communist policeman ami accepted the testimony nf a GI?" I'm lhe lirsi lime in history, mir Hag no longer protects lhe rights nf those I'M is FORI M NEWS, Vovembi who defend it. I suppose wc should he grateful lhal lhe members of the diplomatic corps are immune. Ilesler C, II illiams 221 South Street Needham 92. Massachusetts ft ft ft 9th Award UN WAR MACHINE To the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph: Nn amount of double-talk can conceal that the I N Charter envisions the mosl powerful weir machine ever conceived. The army which fought in Korea wee- .i I nihil Neilions force, under the I nited Nations lleig. weening I nited Yiiiiin- insignia. W hy were nol ihe caskets of mu- boys decorated »iiii iln- 1 nited Vilnius flag when brought back From Korea? Those running this dastardly eilTetir did not yel dare in eilTrmil lhe bereaved wilh such callous indifference to outraged emotions. That acl would have so shocked, so awakened lln- American people In ihe dastardly conspiracy ec'eiin-i our country, thai they would have risen eis nne voiee lo destroy lhe United Neiliuns! Your Senators veiled us into ihi- mess —you need only write those whn need vour vote lo he re-elected and let them know how you feel about our slaying in lhe UN. Maybe we should tell our neighbors, too! /,. E. Whitney 827 Wilson Ave.. Chicago 1(1. Illinois -::- •::- a 10th Award BLACKOUT ON TRUTH To the Tulsa Daily World: The blackout of truth in America is leading us down the Red's road to catastrophe. There have heen hundreds of I k- eiml thousands of pamphlets exposing treason or unbelievable stupidity. The greatest of pro-American speeches by true Americans are ignored hv the press. Books, documented to the hill do not find their way to our school libraries. If socialism, internationalism, one- worldism or communism i- gnml for America, whj the blackout of truth? Would our popular Presidenl debate the merits of the I \. the Sleilus of Forces Treaty, or emv of our foreign entanglements, with McCarthy or Mac- Arthur or Mention? He would not! Whv do certain people wish to silence Americans whn iln mil surrender to the internationalists' whims? Some of the greatest men in American history have setiil thai if America falls she will fall frnm within. Gen. Douglas MacArthur warned us. "Lei Americans sieiml guard tonight." Know the truth and the truth shall make you free'! /. Frank Routine Sapulpa, Oklahoma 11th Award RESENTS HOOVER ADVICE To the Dallas Times Herald: Herbert Hoover, the greatest depression builder the world has ever known, conies forth and tells the government to dispose of all public power projects to private interests, and to cease lending a heintl in developing lhe natural resources of this, the greatest country on earth. He was President at a lime when hanks throughout the country we're popping like' snelei bottle enrks at a pro- hiliilion picnic, anil flophouses ami soup kitchen- appeared on every hand. Did In and lhe private interests iln anything lo alleviate lhe situation? Not so you could notice il. ll required lhe moral courage uf lln- Democrats and one of lhe greatest statesmen the world has ever known, Franklin Delano Knei-e-- vell. In >;i\e- llie- country frnm tiller ruin. It's good to he a Democrat. R. T. Manuel l!.e\ 883, Colorado City. Texas 12th Award NEW KIND OF TYRANNY Tn lhe Dallas News: Isn't il aboul time for another Declaration nf Independence, together with action by the Congress, insieetel nf complacent indifference? Is not the tyranny of labor unions at this lime as had as was lhe tyranny of King George III againsl ihe colonies? Witness lhe many destructive newspaper strike's including lhe destruction nf the Brooklyn Logic lhe steamship sirikcs al a time of unusual travel, slill another steel strike with countless others in eill penis uf the country—all of ihcm causing heavy financial losses eiml great inconvenience to the public, all of them demanding an unfair increase nf wages in excess ul the prevailing market rates, eill uf them at tlie ultimate expense nf the pee.pie-. Where i- the Spirit of '76? Henry l\ are Allen 172'! Alabama, Chickasha, Oklahoma 13th Award UPWARD SPIRAL To lhe Dallas News: I believe in collective bargaining- but nol llu' "gimme-some-more * brand in which we arc drifting. \In-i companies merely put lhe increased labor cnsis on their product, sharply increasing lhe upward spiral which has grown alarmingly in twenty years. In 1935 I built a five-room house fur only S2.Tiii<i. We reshingled il litis year and paiil tin- workmen six limes per hour as much as in 1935. Who will guarantee our farmers an annual wag.-'.' The) are our mosl valu- ahle asset! Thev combine simplii-itv of character with direcl wisdom of thought, et supreme independence learned only by those who live dose to nature. They Page 63
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