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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
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  • 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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Transcript told our staunch friend, Spain, is being halved to 28 million dollars. If taxpayers had anything to say about it, do you suppose they would pour more billions into Italy with her one-third communistic vote? Most of us believe the money could be spent at home with better results. Let's stop pouring money into countries where they have signs up, "Americans, Go Home." These signs prove once again that you cannot buy friends. G. M. Mann 10 East Fifth Street National City, California ON THE FORD FOUNDATION To the New York Herald Tribune: Page 24 of Tuesday's Herald Tribune contained two very interesting, provocative stories. On the one hand, H. Rowan Gaither, Jr., president of the Ford Foundation, which financed the planting of a hidden microphone in a jury room, complained about "irresponsible criticism" of tax-exempt foundations. On the other, Dr. Robert M. Hutch- ins, president of the controversial Ford Fund for the Republic, defended his hiring of Communist and ex-Commu- nists to work on the Fund's supposedly "objective" studies and projects in the field of communism and civil liberties. To this reader, it would seem that both Messrs. Gaither and Hutchins should follow their own advice and adopt a more "responsible" attitude in the launching and staffing of projects financed out of tax-exempt profits from the sale of Ford products. Jacques Bramhall, Jr. 20 Colles Avenue Morristown, New Jersey NO MONEY TO BE HAD? To the Hartford Courant: U. S. Army Engineers say that $175.- 000,000 spent 1(1 years ago would have prevented much of the recent flood damage in New England. "The money just wasn't to be had," the article states. Since 1915. the United States has cast broadside throughout the world some -S32 billion. Charity apparently doesn't begin at home. E. D. Collins 83 Deerfield Drive Manchester, Connecticut SOMETHING WRONG To the Dallas News: The government says the farmer's income is down and the man who buys these products at retail says they are up. What is wrong? Does the working man have to pay both price supports to the farmer and high prices for farm products? It doesn't make sense to me. Somewhere, from farmer to retail buyer, some people must be hiding away plenty of "green." I think a big chunk of our national debt is caused by the agricultural program. Luther L. Irvtn 3143 Mt. Springs Dallas 33, Texas CONGRATULATIONS To the Fort Worth Star Telegram: You are to be congratulated on your editorial "School Aid Not Federal Responsibility" in the Nov. 6 paper. No one should be duped by the advocates of federal aid to education who call for "adequate safeguards to preserve traditional, local control." It would be like believing in the mythological centaur. If freedom is to be preserved in this country, there can be only one yardstick by which to measure any proposal — the question "Does it increase or decrease the centralized power in Washington?" If a proposal increases centralized power in Washington, it is bad and should be rejected regardless of the stated motivation. Mai. Rumph, M. D. 705 Medical Arts Building Fort Worth 2, Texas ALL SHOULD VOTE To the Boston Post: Many of our citizens have sounded off on the condition today of our government, states, cities and towns. I wonder just how many do really vote? I have heard people talk and kick about things but when they have a chance to do something about it by voting, they let it slip by. Most people who do the sounding off are those who do not take the time or effort to cast, votes for the candidates of their choice or register their opinion for or against any amendment on the ballot. 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