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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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Title File 066
Transcript have never been unionized. (Should they be, Cod help America!) C. C. Miller Collinsville, Texas * * * 14th Award COSTLY OIL IMPORTS To the Dallas News: Every barrel of tariff-free imported e.il costs Texans extra taxes. This is not et matter of foreign countries exporting this oil. It has nothing to do with free trade. It is all produced and brought in by Iniled Slates companies. Thej do it because they make a dollar more profit on it than that which they produce in the United States. Everyone in the United Stales pays extra taxes because of it. Texans pay two extra taxes because of it. It is time they wake up and do something about it. Texas wells are nnw shut down more than half the time because of it, and every Texas tei\- payer pays extra taxes because of these shutdowns. C. IL C. tnderson 1014 S. Cumberland Vve. Dallas 3, Texas 15th Award VISITORS' RESTRICTIONS To the Christian Science Monitor: State Departmenl fingerprinting of foreign visitors does much in besmirch Vmerica's good reputation abroad. The "Land nf lhe Free" makes il harder for a foreigner to visit the country than ■ In many Communist countries. How many Americans, while hiking advantage nf most European eountries cet-3 regulations concerning visits, stop to think of lhe problems which their American government presents their European hosts seeking in return the visit. If Greal Britain, for example, should -iiilele'telv impose mt American visitors restrictions like those we impose no Britishers, we would hear a storm e.f protest ami indignation. We Vmericans whn -ee enjoy the hospitality nf foreign lentil- should nnt let our own land he outdone in this ancient virtue. //. 0. J. Iln,im Barfueszertor 26 Marburg an der I.ahn. Germany OUR 1 PARTY PRESS (Continued from Vn^- 51) ■ el his statement. Mr. Reston raises a rather interesting question. Is it the role anil the place of the pre— to assume wheel Mr. Reston says are the responsibilities of the Democratic leadership? " Mr. Combs expressed the belief that it was nol the responsibility of the press to make up for defaults in Democratii leadership. "I do believe ii lo be the inescapable duly and obligation of the Pace <> I press, however," he commented, "to ride herd on any administration regardless of the parly label thai il bears." "\mcn." inserted guesl panelist de Toledano. "In oilier words," continued Combs, "il becomes ei necessary and indispensable function of journalism for them to exerl the same scrutiny and the same degree eel /e'eilmi- observation uf whats going on with a Republican administration as with a Democratic administration." PRESS DOES SENATE'S JOB "Would vnu say. Mr. Combs," asked Hardy Burt, "lhal Mr. Reston is rather strongly implying here lhal ihey have replaced the Democratic leadership?" "No," replied Combs, "I would agree with Mr. Reston In ihis extent thai whatever vitality there has been in lhe criticism of the administration's position has come from lhe press rather than from lhe Democratic leadership which has been in lhe Senate woefully eini'lllic." "I think it's miK feiir to the Democrats," remarked Professor Hodges, "and il is verj difficult for me, of course, to espouse llieir cause. They were committed lo a bipartisan approach tor ( I or ill in ihis particular manner, and I think Mr. Reston has taken et verj unhappy example in order to get al the Democratic leadership. I think the Democratic leadership boxed themselves in hv agreeing lo support as they did. as l mi"icss did, I think, with tbe exception nf three nr four in both Houses, the administration policy toward Matsu eunl Ouemoy." "Mr. Combs admits," summorized de Toledano. "that lhe pics- heul filled ils (unction ami yd Ihi- i- the !15 per cent reactionary press which has done it. Poinl nne. Poinl two, one sentence . . . From Scotty Reston's piece which I ihink is verv. very pertinent. Ih- -eiid if the country heis whal lhe Democrats call ei one-party press, the Republicans have been cheated. Vmi I Ihink ihi- sums it up completely." A final Mite regarding whether the pie-- in ihi' I nited States is mi the whole pie.-Ml.,teil nr pro-conservative brought tin- response: William Buckley, .Ir.: "Pro-liberal." Ralph de Toledano: "Pro-liberal." Professor Charles Hodges: "Pro-conservative beyond question, and the readership proves it, because those papers keep in business. The country i- conservative." George 11 am ill mi Combs: "Pro-conservative." " \ieel iii.i\ I add," commented guesl panelist de Toledano, "thai Professor Hodges eiml Mr. Combs are living in Ihe age of McKinley." "A very comfortable age," declared Combs. 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