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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 Members of the British Labour delegation their stopover at Moscow enroute to China. This means that the great executive agencies make their own laws, enforce their own laws, interpret their own laws. During World War II, for example. most of the people punished for OPA violations did not violate a law of Congress. They broke some OPA regulation. In many OPA cases, the investigation was made by OPA agents; the determination of guilt was made by OPA examiners; and the assessment of fines was made by OPA personnel. In other words, the whole process of investigation, trial, and punishment was handled by one executive agency. The citizen involved never even geel into the due process of law prescribed by the Constitution.12 Now. ibis may seem a relatively unimportant thing, taken by itself and considered in the light of the wartime emergency and of all the other factors involved. But "it takes relatively unimportant details to form a whole picture. Many years ago, the best thinkers among the Socialists realized that socialism could never destroy the American capitalistic system by open, frontal assault. They knew it would take the tactics of tin- mole working quietl) underground to dig away the fecundations of economic and political freedom — not in such a way that the great pillars of constitutional freedom would conn- crashing down in cent- spectacular moment, but in such a way that they would sink slowly into the earth.1'' One day, as we go about our routine. we will open our eyes and look around long enough to see that freedom is gone. No man then will be able to look at the calendar and say, "It happened on that day." Freedom just subsided, expired with a sigh that was almost imperceptible. Page 20 —Wide World Photo at Saint George's Hall of the Kremlin during That's the way it has been planned; that's the way it is working. In recent years, there has been strong opposition to this trend. In 1952. for example, millions who voted for Ike hoped they were helping to stop the cancer-like spread of socialism in our nation. But socialism continues to advance, because we elect middle-of-the-roaders to oppose socialism; and middle-of-the- roaders, struggling with such an implacable force- as socialism-communism, are forever in retreat. The likeable but ineffectual middle- of-the-roaders draw a line, make their compromises, and say, "We will stand here against socialism." But they are handicapped, as our armies in Korea were. They have no purpose to move forward for victory. Their purpose is merely to hold. Thev do hold for a while, but the relentless forces of socialism k# pounding. Ultimately the middle-of-t* readers must give way, drop back' another line, make more compromis* and take another stand. That has been the pattern for j advance of socialism in the Urul Slates for several years.14 Our great prosperity has not resufl from "mixed economy" or "democt ized capitalism"—which are merely!* labels pinned on a system older. ■ reactionary, and potentially more tyn nical than Ihe laws of ancient Baby" Our prosperity has resulted from spe* ing for war. If we do not have the moral c nut3 and slatesmanship to stop it, Ame" will go the way of France and EnglaJ anil ley that road, we will end, as w will, in the total darkness and mis' eef complete socialism, as it now on alc-s in Russia. Bibliography *Mcest of the arguments of those who, "Yes" are- ieeescil cue "The American an<M Economy," special issue of Life, Jsn'| 1953. 1 "The Mix-Up in Economic Talk," by Si Chase, Challenge, May, 1954, pp. 47-51- 2 "Are We Afraid to be Prosperous?" ™ cratic Digest, July, 1954 (Reprinted St. Petersburg Times). 3 "Socialism," Columbia Encyclopedia, onel Edition. 'The Income Tax —Root oj All Evil, Frank C.hodorov, published ley Devin-A' I:,... New York, 1954, pp. 34-50. 5 Undermining the Consdtution, ley Th' .lames Norton, published by llcvili1' i .... New York, 1950, p. 52. fi The Twenty Year Revolution, by CM Manly, published by Henry Regnerf Chicago, 1954, pp. 66-73. 7 Ziid., pp. 47-62. 8 Undermining the Constitution, p. 108^ , ""Characteristics of the Wagner V t . nals of American Academy of Politico ' Sodoel Science, March, 1951, p. 200. i 10 Undermining the Constitution, pp. 102' ' Constitution of the United States of <**i ica. 12 "Office of Price Administration," Coh Encyclopedia, Second t'.elitioee. 1: I ndermining the Constitution, pp. 3cS-" 11 Income Tux—Root of All Evil, pp. 7.- The u.: by c Dr. Sovi Gt AMI with Com gress York ley, Isc pro pro| male sect you mer v\ ill beei It Sch Lin .0 \..l thai poi the -he, a n viel Iha cesi pit- lasl lull wa Russian peasant and village —Wide Wo FACTS FORUM NEWS, January-I
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