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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
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  • 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 Soviets have removed barriers in Austria including the mountain pass between Russian and British sectors at Semmering (above). the world is nearer to a lasting peace today than it has been for many years." The clamor of right-wing extremists, crackpots, and inveterate witchbunters make a calm appraisal of Kremlin maneuvers rather difficult. In the Senate of the United States there is a little, hard core of McCarthy- ites and extreme isolationists who have been knifing at the whole structure of American foreign policy for years. They are now in a desperate and embittered mood because they recognize their own inability to check the currents of history. As the world moves—painfully but surely, behind the leadership of dedicated and tireless men of vision—toward a tranquil period of peaceful coexistence, the demagogues, who have been shamelessly feeding on the natural fears and anxieties of the American people, are finding themselves cut off from all respectable support. Consequently, their cries will become shriller and their invectives nastier. But we need not worry. The Eisenhower administration has shown itself quite capable of scorning the catcalls of the isolationists and super-patriots. Thanks primarily to the fearless, determined consistency of American leader-hip during the past nine dangerous years, there is today throughout the world a quickening hope that this era of tension and dreadful danger will be transformed into an age of peace and plenty. • *»*«■ That was one side of the question. Now let's look at the opposite side— the arguments of some who DO NOT think that there is any possibility of negotiating outstanding major differences between the I'nited States and the Soviet Union and thereby achieving peaceful coexistence. The Communist program of world-wide revolution aims to destroy all existing forms of government so that all of the people on earth can ultimately be absorbed into a great, one-world, Social- isl society which will be known as the Inion of Soviet Socialist Bepublics. Since the Bolshevik Revolution I 1917, there has never been any modi cation of this program." Communist tactics, of course, al to meet the requirements of time. I'M and circumstance. In every nation tlj Communists find a suitable cloak fl their activities, and they readily chanl that cloak when conditions alter. I places like North Africa, the Coafl nists operate under the cover of natiol alism, whipping up hatred agaiw European colonialism. In the Uni^ States, they operate under the cloak internationalism, helping to create d tempt and derision for any display patriotic feeling or national sentim* In places like South Africa — as America — they are race equalitarial always agitating the delicate probl' of mixing of races. The Communists, of course, do *l want to cure any of the sores which u" find in our society. In fact, they kw probing them to make them worse-H keep tbem throbbing and suppuratil*. so that the Communists will always h»j a means of deceiving the innocent A winning respectability for themseW During all the years when we h*| been treating the Soviet tyranny Ifl legitimate government—even during J* period when our government was US1! all the propaganda means at lis dispfl to create in America a worshipful ®* tude toward the Soviets as our gall* allies; when we were squandering " wealth of the nation and the lives , our soldiers to save the Soviet Un*j from destruction—Stalin in his bo^l and public utterances was remind^ the Communists of Bussia thai I Soviet Union should stand up "agafl the remaining capitalist world, attril ing to itself the oppressed classes j other countries, raising revolt in tl,(T countries againsl the capitalists, awl- the event of necessity, coming out e*J with armed force against the exploit classes and their governments." "CLASHES INEVITABLE" The classical statement by Lenin, '' hundreds of times by Stalin and "' Communist leaders, says "The oxi-1"'1! . ...■ 111.1 uiii.-i iv.uu^i^, bciy., ill! i \i. ■ of the Soviet Republic side by side' I imperialist states for a long lime is *j thinkable. One or the other must I umph in the end. \nd before that ' com twei geo: T in 1 the ulat hav the ciet gle froi tior I pea Sta lettc Got whi We isl. wa fro in ( of In Inl Scl am coi tac ves of to ai; inc Iri c-c. Three scenes of the 1953 East Berlin revolt against Red rule. Page 8 FACTS FORUM NEWS, January,'
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