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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
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Title File 031
Transcript gh tluj ,-nu a"1' les. <■'"' il? Noj eii-alli- hat thf cured * ,1 disr'" he n"*1 Ier is ;1 is will'" suits '" he I""1 -. II * I, I he'1' inol o>_ "hat they're saying . Iielti""" V l.l"'j of »* necti?" „ I,..-"' „l I"" nle.li"" pi- "bout FACTS FORUM ■•■You are indeed fortunate to have such *o as Dan Smoot on your programs. May » u be fortunate enough to keep your wink 01 the same high caliber. lease accept mj prayerful wishes tor f'r> blessing on yourself and on the im- tant program you are managing to cany l'1- God enlighten, guide, and protect all Hh0 are working with you. Sistei \1. Chrysologa, S.S.N.I). I rirectresa of Advanced Studj Notre Dame Junior College 320 E. Ripa Ave., St. Louis, Mo. t ''lank you for your letter advising us that l Milwaukee School of Engineering has Ptr" placed on your list to receive Facts L'""'" V«w foi the year 1955.... These will , PUced in a permanent file, for we deem ^''tu'lrs appearing therein to lie valuable ' ," mat the) should !»■ kept for future ' '"'"Mr,.. A. C. Schmidt, Librarian Milwaukee School of Engineering '°2S N. Milwaukee St., Milwaukee, Wis. We ''Us. '■ happy to receive hints Forum ■ It i- e, forthright and substantial ej'"'1"-"! which should be of considerable iinr" '" "llr teaching program and for literal readers.... Jo, It. Si,■in. Librarian Southwestern ;et Memphis College Memphis, I enn. J °o the part of such individuals that > are not really being dishonest—a . '°'ializalioii that this is sort of a game j!*"* that they are trying to beat. >lr'i! u" ;'"'llul'' u"d practice fails to ,1 ..e at the objectionable law and tne . a' l'u conceP' °f orderly govern- li,!,"1 "Is|ea,l. There is a big difference a|| Ul'<'" fraud and the protest which is ., .esaential feature of tin ™»tt of rejiublican - ,ji government. Mr. Ward holds He j6! *"' 'bose who indulge in fraud, "inn S(s 8cruPulous honesty in all tax "ourl Th l'rs- both as a moral and practical -' proposed solution here is the re- V "'"' Sixteenth Amciiilini'.il and Cn^ ""stitution of a manufacturer's ex- fr, ta*, levied and collected dire y '|'l " ""' manufacturers or producers. l'o0 ,,"'or>' '■*lnal ''"' erstwhile "income- „ I will |„. given a much larger meas °f freed. St dom of choice' and will. el0j|Be°Ver' find his private affairs no ' '■" tlle scrutiny of the federal gov under ... ''on V.""1'"1' With the proposed substitute aiu< Chodorov would, no doubt, cra| ^eeption urging that if the fed- li,n 8°vernmenl would relinquish all ''lul j"!8 beyond those originally in- "'ilui '" ''"' Constitution, such a subtly, !' lax would be unnecessary. Bul e|,.'| ls another good subject for lively —0. V. DeArmond, Jh- CTS FORUM NEWS, March, 1955 ADD PATRIOTISM TO ADS (Continued from Page 26) of broken-in shoes. Great leadership is not required, so ils activities are not an avenue for personal aggrandizement. It needs no miracle, bul the results of its use may well be miraculous. If it can cause the Palriot to become as persistent as the MISTAKEN, the cure is in sight. Il needs to instill in the Patriot a willingness to abandon dignity—beg on the street when necessary for co- operation lo save Freedom break all public affairs programs wilh the most practical spot for commercials so they can be easily financed and to use subtle Freedom plugs in entertainment programs in the fashion which the MIS- I AKEN so effectively use traitorous plugs lo undermine Freedom. RESPONSIBILITY OF BUSINESS I he businessman has been propagandized into a false- conception lhal he musl take tin- public as he finds il. He is told thai hi' hail nothing to do wilh ni,elding their opinions thai il is only a trend of lhe lime or he may attach the blame lo the schools, churches, news channels, or whatever particular alibi he cares lo select. He may assume an attitude for himself, and his organization, lhal il is their duly lo gel business regardless of ils source, and believing that a greal wave of feeling against the profit motive and free markets has changed lhe American people, he should not risk offending them by displaying symptoms of loyalty. The falsity of his reasoning is disproves by many well known successes in business and some in publishing, who haye nol temporized aboul Liberty. Hut could we grant thai he is righl. then in a slate of the MISTAKEN's dream, of whal real benefit has been our striving to build up our communities, educate our children for a better life, lay up stores for our comfort and that of succeeding generations, if with heedless abandon we are throwing away the right to enjoy those very things we strive for. In the MISTAKEN state, of what value are education, individual initiative, persona] possessions, however simple or opulent? They are outlawed— they cannot be used—they cannot be possessed—they will not be allowed. Why then should we struggle, make sacrifices, if we care nol for lhe future? .No doubt you arc frequently requested lo contribute lo organizations which arc lo protect America from lhe inroads of communism as'a part or all of their activity. In making your decision whether or nol lo comply, you need lo know the score as well as you can. You need lo know if lhe organization is feared and hated by lhe Communists who. needless lo say. are lhe best judges of lhe •ffoctiyenoss of their foes. You need lo find the answer to one simple question—"Do the Daily Worker (New- York), the People's World (Los Angeles) and other official Communist publications in lhe U. S. bitterly disapprove the organization or its personnel you are being given the opportunity to join?" This same applies to your fav- orite organization to which you now give of your time and funds. There could he no heller test. FEBRUARY POLL RESULTS (Closed February 10) % YES 8 Should we subslilule an executive council for the presidency? 81 Docs tlic U.S. need constitutional protection from Treaty Law? 83 Is communism gaining mon- iii "cold war" than is possible in "hot war"? 74 Is II really un-American for press, radio and TV lo suppress news'.' 64 Have we lost control of our government to uncle,-led officials? 30 Should lhe public schools accept aid from the federal government? I1) Is calling our economic system "lhe free-enterprise ostein" a misnomer? 53 Can America defend itself without allies'.'' 21 Will there be another slock market crash like 1929? 72 Should we blockade lied China as Sen. Knowland recommends? 8 Would "one-world" government prevent war'.-' 67 Is foreign aid spending a part of the plan lo destro) I .S.A.? 7 Did lhe recent Senate censure hearings change your opinion of Senator McCarthy? 8.'-! Are Communists in the I .S. conniving to promote juvenile delinquency? (See March Fact* Forum Poll questions on Page 65) Pace 2!) ji
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