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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 057
Transcript Pr, rot nardei 'ranee withoul a fight, and il makes ]""< problem of liberation thai much my friend. U.S. NOT MOST HATED NATION 'lit umi km) : May I pick up one remark "f D.win Garrity's? I don'l al all !*lieve thai we arc the mosl hated nation 111 lhe world in any of these countries. (Hodces i ; Good! . (01 umi v\i i : I wenl to Europe for 'lx months this year with precisely thai lotion in mind. I think we're lulled ""'v if we listen to these left-wing cor- |''1"'iiilcnts p. these Socialists and ''"''■''mimiuiiisi- and often hidden Com munists with the half-! lommunists who are pretending to speak voice eef Europe, or our own who arc pretending thai they represent the American observation of Europe. I went over eighl thousand miles: I saw hundreds and hundreds of towns In Europe, and everywhere thai we went driving along through these small towns and villages, we Found friendship and a warn, regard for Vmerica. These people in Europe had cousins and uncles and grandfathers who had come here, gol married, had theii children, made their fortunes become construction workers who finally began running construction firms, become lawyers, genie into Congress, and so on. We have a bulwark of goodwill throughout the world that propaganda from the top is unable to touch. If. instead of orienting our policy on the corrupt elements of the European cities. we turn more to the people aboul whom I m talking, to speak and to spe'eik confidently and lo spe-ak in terms "I ei positive poliev. then I think we'll find again I repeal my paradox if our policy i- nun*'' alieue. based on our strength and our own vision of the future, we'll find lhal we will not h.' alone. Atomic Status of the Nation preceding administration, except £*' primarily the MVGC contracl is '''"'■ni in two main particulars: "GRASPING AT STRAUSS" ."'si. ii i- smaller than cither of the "'r two. and second, ii had the mis .,. '""' to occur in ei year when issue- .. ' my friend. Roscoe Drummond. '; they were grasping al Slrauss. 1(. | ''II. they not me. I don'l know » hal «. "'ini' ..nt of the SEC healings on I '''I'ileil setup, bul I do know thai j. WVGC contracl is a heller one ,.' ' 'Is uneriticized predecessors be- iv-.M' we benefited from our experience i„ .' 'hem. \ml I know also and this ,,! ""I'mleiul thai VEC is mil a part i, '"'V 'iil.nl or conspiracy to use the '|lr;"'l lo hurl the TV V ' own background makes me '-' believer in free, private enterpri be, I h •Hill iii!- |'",-- thai governmenl g |,r, ' governs least, Bul I'V'"'' wa,-. cold or hot, with tl i,r a'nl no connections, materi ,lt ' "''mental, w ith any private com gaged in the production of elec a I "ill Power, now or in the past. notes role of chairman ,k(j " item number I might be the \, ,lr over the positions of the chair- . "»d lb. 'll'Ull. 'ommissioners. This issue as far as I am concerned, bul «fn, a "ability during the early months 'i,, '' Pasl year, and I mighl be thought >%""' if I did i ,.'"'"l> like Ihis. 'el 111.-llti.il) il ^'iiie,''',' ''"' '"'" Atomic Energy Acl was ft drafted by the Joint Committee, is II * FORUM NEWS, March, 1955 (Continued from Page 32) they loeek note of the facl thai the original McMahon Acl weis silent as to the duties and responsibilities of the commissioners and the chairman. Thi.- [acl produced difficulties from the very outset, so the committee draftsmen attempted to soke this by making the chairman "lhe principal officer." When I first saw this. I think il was aboul lhe eighth of April. I wrote' lei Chairman Cole | eef lln- Joint I longres- -ioneil Committee mi Atomic Energyl to ask what the words meant because I didn't know ami I though! lhat lhe language mighl he ambiguous, W ell. jusl aboul then the' sliirin broke anil I was depicted eis a power-mad autocrat, ami a lot of other nol very complimentary things. I have since been able to add to thill collection anil mm have some- columns in which I am described as ee wire' tapper, an eavesdropper, a blackmailer, a short, natty pro moter and. believe it or not. an anti- Semite. Hut I ilo mil think our auditor will Iel me set up these epithets on Ihe hal- ance sheel since, il debits, they are mine, nol lhe AEC's. \t the end of the debil column I would note lhal none' of these liabilities has adversely affected the work ol the commission, and none of lhe harassment^ which an- personal to me has slowed the' eniipiii of weapons, lhe development ol power, or crippled the effectiveness ol mu enterprises in mines, mills, chemical plants, reactors, laboratories, ami hospitals, as lhe credit -iele' ut the- balance sheet will show. The credit -iele of the ledger is pretty good. lie in I. on the credit sieli-. of course, laic of the weapons program. i- \t:c- s paramount responsi- Whi.h bility. Naturally, I can'l go into much detail aboul il. It has never been stinted by the Congress. Il has had the devoted efforts eef absolutely top-flight teams of physicists, chemists and engineers from the' very beginning, ami we still have these' men on the job. It has bad the breaks in invention and in inspired ideas, ami ii has enjoyed the co-operation of all branches of the armed forces who. from the kickoff. have put their firsl teams ol brilliant officers into this assignment. The result is theii our stockpile of weapons is large, is growing rapidly, is diversified to -nit tin- needs eel' the service's and the' particular tasks they are to accomplish in lhe unhappy event of w eir. U.S. AHEAD OF ANY COMPETITION Those of us who served on lhe coin- mission in ii- early eleivs never imagined anything like ii I bail 1 >.-tt<-r modify lhal lo say that, al least, I didn't. It is my honest belief that we are well ahead of any competition al this time. Item 2 on llii- power. Electrical lia- been the drean lhe firsl chain reaction. Even I.en k 1916 ni' knew that as a stunl we could light a lew lamps w ith the' heal from a pile, lint as recently as the- spring of 1953 we thought it would I..- s..me- years before private industry would ei-k any amount of private dollars in ihis iltv I'liipmeiit. However, already, lasl Sept. d. Presidenl Eisenhower broke ground en Ship- pingporl for what we call the- I'W Ii the pressurized water reactor which bv 195e would be delivering 60 thousand Page 55 side ol tin- ledger is energy from tin- atom ol the engineer since- ~Z-
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