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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date March 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
Rights No Copyright - United States
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Title File 027
Transcript ADD PATRIOTISM TO ADS (Continued from Page 24) 'he presentation of so many of the na- '""nil affairs or news broadcasts which '"■<■ not slanted to please or appease the Mistaken. 'Jo these disclaiming announcements f,uggest lo the public mind lhal the "lews and opinions'' they have heard "pressed cany an element of cranki- "j'ss. falsity, unfairness, and viciousness? " they cause the message of the most . holesome pro-freedom program lo reg- Jfkr in reverse? If the voice to which . "'> are listening says the Constitution ' Rood, i- lhe- listener lo understand ..'"'I it is probably very bad? With the ADD PATRIOTISM TO ADS" under ''.'• patriotic programs will be heard 'll'r the air or seen in print often .""ugh thai stations and sponsors will "'"■me hesitant aboul disclaiming pro- -'r'inis even though they feel their patri ot ism will offend some of the TAKEN. MIS- GUISES OF THE MISTAKEN Il is perfectly natural, in trying lo keep score, lo want lo be on the lookout for the MISTAKEN who is carrying ;, bomb in his pocket, ready to throw it where il will do plenty of harm. Nearly everyone would enjoy apprehending and shooting one ,,f these traitors at sight. Our minds are prepared by the MISTAKEN lo suspect certain labor leaders and also be on the lookout for the terrible card-carrying Communists, lint when von are commended for your every act and patted on the shoulder by the enemy wilh pledges of cooperation, it is difficult lo understand the plan of lhe MISTAKEN while he subtly suggests a course which is tolerant of I reason. He may be content to cause you to feel that Patriotism is old-fashioned. In his forces he musters representatives of some of the greatest fortunes in America and some of the brightest minds. Il is so easy lo listen to what he says in his nice way of saying it instead of evaluating what he does. If you do not approve of some of his associates, you have been properly warned of the evil of "guill by association.'' In the strangeness of this world which we are so incredibly losing, he may be a close and always ingratiating friend. Your keeping score should not depend on discovering the duplicity of an Alger Hiss after In- is convicted in court and sent to prison. Long before traitors in great numbers can be singled out with provable Communist records, our precious liberty will have been destroyed. The "presumption of innocence" is a great American principle to prevent the (Continued (in Page 26) uef"! 'el.I''1' 'Stale of tk \iiliiin' (iocs To Formosa Facts Forum's Hardy Burt (left) and General Frank Howley shown just prior lo taking off for the threatened I ur -an bastion and Hong Kong—sites of STATE OF THE NATION on-the-sccne interviews with Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek and other government and business leaders. Lower photo, General Howley and Burt are greeted at Tokyo airport by a Nationalist Chinese representative. The pair stopped off in Japan en- route to Taipeit, Formosa. § n 85 Z- I Page 25
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