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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1955 - File 002. 1955-01. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 18, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/839/show/771.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Contributor
  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date January 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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Transcript s "When the love of peace degenerates into the fear of tear, it becomes of all passions the most despicable." —Sex. William Brani h (.his of Virginia prior to the \\ ar of 11112 "One insuh pocketed soon produces another. —Thom \s Jefferson "The policy anil practice of the Russian government hare always been to push forward its encroachments as fast and «\ far as apathy or want of firmness of other governments would allow it to go. but always to slop and retire when it met with decided resistance, and then to wait for the next favorable opportunity to make another spring on its intended victim. ' —Lord Palmerston, British Minister of Foreign Affairs, over li><> years ago "c nless there is an eternal readiness to respond with tin' same faith, the same courage, and the same devotion in the defense of oar institutions which were exhibited in their establishment, tee shall be dispossessed, anil others of a sterner fibre uill seize on our inheritance. —Calvin Coolidce "What is a Communist'.'' One alio has yearnings for equal division of unequal earnings. Idler or bungler, he is willing to fork out his penny and pocket your shilling." Ebenezer Ei liott Persons submitting quotations which arc- used in ibis column will receive one- year subscriptions to Facts Forum Sews, If already a subscriber, the contributor may designate another person to whom the award subscription will be sent, or he may wish to extend his present subscription. Be sure to list the authors and sources of all quotations. FACTS FORUM NEWS Official publication of Facts Forum, Inc., 18«2 Main St., Dallas 1, Texas. Published monthly in the interests of Facts Forum participants and others concerned with dispelling put"* apathy. Subscription rate: $1 for 6 months, $2 per year, $5 for 3 years. Any article coJJ* tained in Facts Forum News may be freely reproduced. Second Class mailing privileg authorized at Dallas, Texas. Printed in U.S.A. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Robert H. Dedman, President; John L. Dale. Vice President; Warren A. Gilbert, Jr., Secretary; Joe Nash, Treasurer; Mrs. E. P. Lamberth, Mrs. S"* McCrary. Robert B. Gossett. ADVISORY BOARD: Major B. A. Hardey, Chairman: Dr. Arthur A. Smith. Doyd *• Skinner. David P. Strickler. Harry E. Rogier, William N. Blanton. Mrs. H. L. Hunt, Mr*' H. N. Russell, Jr., Mrs. Wallace Savage. W. G. Vollmer, Doak Walker, E. E. McQiii'le"j Governor Allan Shivers, General Albert C. Wedemeyer, General Robert E. Wood, Hanfo1* McNider, John Wayne. COMMENTATOR: Dan Smoot. EDITOR: Medford Evans. BUSINESS MANAGER: O. M. Spence. If you wish to make a contribution to Facts Forum, address Joe Nash, Treasurer. F*6*! Forum, Dallas 1, Texas. Such contributions carry a tax-deductible status. Vol.4 Ta NUARY, 1955 No.1 FACTS FORUM is a nationwide public educational venture dedicated to arousing P11-?1 interest in important current events and stimulating individual participation in the shaP1"* of public policy. Facts Forum is nonprofit and nonpartisan, supporting: no political candidate or p*J Facts Forum's activities are designed to present not just one view of a controversial 'B^3 but all views, believing that it in the right and the obligation of the American peopl'- tl"' selves to learn all the facts and come to their own conclusions. DECEMBER POLL RESULTS °'o YES (Closed December 5th) 78 Has the Communist world conspiracy gained ground in 1954V 111 Is 1 .S. public being subjected to propaganda to popularize 1 ^ 50 Should tin- government crack down on big industrial mergers? 71 Are both major parties being influenced by Communists'.' 83 Are Socialistic trends weakening America's backbone, priva" enterprise? -II Are school- doing a better job of teaching 3 years ago? 94 Should the public1 be told who promoted and honorably dis<-hargel' ['cress? !7 Has Eisenhower given Americans the change he promised in 1959 63 If import tariffs were lowered would American wage scales sufh'r- 22 Is Tito's communism any different from Soviet communism? 72 Should Pearl Harbor disaster be re-investigated in light of recaj disclosures? '? Should we increase our technical assistance to countries like India- !', Should a I \ employee put loyally to UN before thai of ',i: country ? ?>2 Should the President's cabinet meetings be televised? R's today than - FACTS FORUM POLL Yes No Closes January 5 ] 1. Does the 1 .S. need the "Atom- for Peace" plan? ] 2. Are we showing signs of increased appeasement to communism* ^~J CH 3. I* Mendes-France really our friend.-' ] 4. Should school and college students debate I .S. recogniti ' Keel China? "J 5. Should John l'aton Davies have been fired? ] 6. Can we win the fight against communism using onl\ defense measures? ] 7. Should the federal government spend $50 billion on "" highways? \\ ill a rearmed Germany be an able ally? Should tin- I nilicl Stales break off relations with Russia? Is drastic reduction of government the best way to curb ruption? ltd most \mericans prefer freedom to security? Should the- question "Who promoted Peress?" be in full? Should the secret Yalta agreements be made public? Arc- public- \ina- decorations planned to undermine CluM1,1' tradition? an an 8 9 in DD an 11 12 DD 13 1 1 m-wi'1'1 • You or your friends may write in your votes by listing your answers on a %cpor° sheet of paper, simply omitting the questions on which you have no opinion *" example, 1. Yes, 2. No, 4. Yes, etc.), and mailing to Facts Forum, Dallas 1, Te* (no other address necessary). Your votes will be counted the same as if they "c entered on a ballot.
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