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Facts Forum. Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 2, February 1956 - File 055. 1956-02. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 21, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/1352973/item/909/show/894.

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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 5, No. 2, February 1956
Alternate Title Facts Forum News, Vol. V, No. 2, February 1956
Series Title Facts Forum News
Creator
  • Facts Forum
Publisher Facts Forum
Date February 1956
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. 5 1956; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Title File 055
Transcript ic points, W ,rSanized. Cliches about the intern's discuss' f'ei;e'ldence of nations overlook this ilicy based' act- The Universal Postal Union, the ilism infon* »°"tl Health Organization, the Food for gl ].ci.''ture Organization are also "is of international organizations, otli n,llaire internationalism, on the tir 'land, is based on the assump- "i ot a divinely ordained or philo- ^Pliically deduced end to which the Th" ?reation is destined to move. ri /6iIS a f°ndness for the unwar- ' !'«' projection of 'trends' which l o nts out that since the size of 'O'ltical units had been growing for "'tunes, therefore they must con- who? t0,Sr°w to include at least the tn Planet. By the same reasoning, shn n i°uld reach the clouds, men should £ecome S'ants, and elephants Biol • ome mountainous in size. thesp StS find' on the contrary, that einle mtatters im' governed by prin- Simii "Ptimum limits and balance. , "''ar principles govern the life of jd Ta? ?roi,Ps-" nu\ if one wants to be quite prag- nuing all a matic about it, the virtues of limited constitutional government and minding one's own business hardly need further demonstration. ft is difficult to find, in one volume, such a wealth of valuable information on the many facets of foreign policy. While there is, necessarily, a degree of repetition, this detracts little from the compendium and enables each chapter to stand alone. This becomes appreciated more as one returns to the book for rereading and reference — as he surely will. It is definitely a book that belongs on the pro-American bookshelf. Not the least of value is Dr. Barnes' exposure of the techniques used to suppress just such books as this. Many Americans are more or less aware of these "blackout" operations, but Dr. Barnes spells them out in shocking detail. For the degree of breaking of the "historical blackout" that has been achieved to dale, these writers deserve a good measure of credit. —Joan H. DeArmond FOR OTC (Continued from Page 43) ti'c-"rncmarkets for the products tonsil'." a,m,!}tilateral agreem. of ,,,.„. . ^.„. ..greement, "W'stent with all the provisions and tl,e p °"s in the law, were found by ace, i nt to be the best means of Pose S, g the congressional pur- he H Presumption clearly would Wo„l i Va multilateral agreement .„, m be permissible. Multilateral a"s,,n'llentS have' in fac't. Proved to be of th .T°r Way of thieving the aims bevl-i e Agreements Act, because ,r"ov help to given by 10ye " pro insure that a concession " °y our country will not be en- ''y another without some quid quo. ' The Rede/eg of ion of Authority Proc i Intell>gible principle" of reci- <-,„.,' v to which the President must fVct i Under tlle Trade Agreements ment ri !las,c to the General Agree- for T , GATT ar>d its Organization the off Co°Peration (OTC) have eonce ^ °f Protecting thc> reciprocal oth0l. S'°ns we have received from the fnC°.llntries and thus of expanding foreign commerce of the U. S. '"ere has " „_ . „ been no "redclcgation of C: \-i -,-'r> by the President to the l, ' ' to fix ith ^ our tariffs nor will there sue here is really on questions of etation of our obligations and under the General Agreement, rights wl,ich we have legally entered into, we will accept decisions taken by a majority vote of the member countries as a whole, ft should be understood, in this connection, that decisions by a majority vote are not necessarily binding on the U. S. No action by any organization can ultimately bind tin- Congress of the U. S. nor indeed the President who can denounce the General Agreement at any time, in accordance with the procedures laid down. The President in accepting a majority decision of the organization in a case affecting the U. S., would do so only because, and on condition that, the other member countries accept the majority decision in cases affecting them. It is to our advantage to accept decisions because, as has been indicated, the General Agreement largely represents U. S. trade policy and we are the gainers when that policy is followed by others. Secondly, a decision by the organization limits and defines the extent of retaliation which may be imposed against a violator. If the U. S. should not accept a decision of the organization, the GATT for practical purposes would collapse. Countries would then be free to retaliate as they pleased and we would be in the position of having to deal with each on an ad hoc basis with no agreed rules or guiding principles to restrain either party. The very purpose of the GATT is to avoid that situation. end ^CTS F°RUM News, February, 1956 you share the sentiments of countless persons who have written of their wish to help place Facts Forum News in every American home . . . —you belong to any organization that would like to earn cash for their treasury. Then you will want to write today for complete details of THE FACTS FOIIIM PLM Here is a practical, proven, fund-raising plan which can be used by civic, religious and patriotic organizations . in fact, any kind of regularly organized group of which you are a member. There is no obligation, no investment. And you can obtain full details by simply writing: FACTS FORUM MS Dept. O DALLAS 1, TEXAS Page 53 V
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