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The actual truth of the whole matter, as any smart boy over sixteen
would soon find out, is that the shoe
is very much on the other foot. The
left of center boys are not only highly
articulate but they have instant access
to a nationwide network of public
opinion influencing media through
which most Americans can be reached
in a matter of hours. It will no doubt
come as a shock to many readers that
for at least twenty years it has been
the conservatives, libertarians, and
anti-Communists who have been getting a shellacking on the campuses and
not the pinkos and collectivists. Dr.
Root's book marshals a number of
shocking examples. Only a few of them
received any sort of limited national
Even as Dr. Root's book appeared,
American University of Washington,
D. C, fired Dr. Herbert Fuchs for no
good apparent reason other than the
fact that he had just testified before
the House Committee on Un-American Activities on a nest of Soviet sympathizers in the U. S. government. The
head of American University reputedly had given his solemn assurance that
Dr. Fuchs would be protected in his
position if he testified. The old
Romans had a word for this — they
called it Punic faith.
The similar and practically uukitou n
cases of Dr. Felix Wittmer, Thomas
Nixon Carver, Alexander St. Ivanvi,
Kenneth Colegrove, William Couch,
and a number of others are all set forth
in detail by Dr. Root in this book.
Collectivism on the Campus has an
additional invaluable feature — a very
good index. And, as Dr. Root has not
been backward in naming literally
hundreds of names, the researcher and
laborer in the anti-Communist, anti-
collectivist vineyards will need tl"
new hook in his library.
- Karl Baabsi>
The United Nations:
By V. Orvol Watts, The Devin-Adoir &>«
East 26th St., New York 10, N. Y„ 1955, $3""'
This hook was reviewed in f
September, 1955, issue of Facts Fo<r
Vers, in its paper-bound edition ef
ing the title. The Catted Nations^
to War. The new cloth-bound libju
edition adds an excellent foreword
Dean Clarence Manion.
-G. W. DeArmokW
History and experience pro
t/mt foreign influence is one
lite most baneful foes of reptt
— Geobgi Wasiiiin<;toi<
I'm is Forum News, March,