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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 2, No. 9, September 1951
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  • Darden, Ida M.
Publisher Southern Conservative
Date September 1951
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  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
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  • Fort Worth, Texas
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  • Ida M. Darden Collection
  • The Southern Conservative
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Transcript iK. 34.66 P.L.&R U. S. POSTAG& P A I 0 Permit No 1665 Fort Wor th l exa~ THE SouTHERN CoNSERVATIVE -To plead for a retuna of Co"stltutlonal Govertttllent- Vol. 2 Fort Worth, Texas, September, 1951 No. 9 PINK POLITICIANS PROPOSE "IRftESISTIBlE IKE" As· CANDIDATE ON BOTH TICKETS Treason Almost as Widespread As Traffic Law Violations Here We Go Now Threatening a Great, Final Imita­tion af Russia By Offering American Voters Only One Choice In Selecting a President of The United States In 1952. Millions of Americans Think It-The Southern Conservative Savs It ••v• 2 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI! September, 1951 Frustrated Females Should Fight Syphillis Instead of Segregation Connecticut's "Mental Midget" Asks Removal of McCarthy Ireceivedthecopyofyouraddress on the Revenue Act of 1951 and think you kindly for sending it. Jam glad that we slill have some men in Con­gre.!; s who are speaking frankly and boldlyontheeconomicsituation.Man:r of us are more concerned about the internal affairs of our own country than danger from abroad. No indi­vidual, business or government can continually go in debt or increase taxes without disaster. Please do what you can to keep Government controls at the very min­imum of necessity. Do not let Truman build up a big paid staff of voters to keep himself in office at the tax­payers expense. If we are to be asked to tighten our belts, the administra­tion shoald do the same. Many of us are beginning to wonder if a lot of the war scare propaganda is not a means of putting through legislation for selfish purposes. More power to you! l'•g• 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI loptombor, 1911 The Southrrn Consenath·e ;.~~.:;d w~~~;,:;dd ;;:~,~~~~~:.w~~~~"~~~ Douglas and Truman S~r~ss A monthly publtcatzon of ou~;~~ :;·~hat meedingly con>incing ex- Traditions of Sewer PolitiCS ed~~0t?o~:al0~~~~~l:u:~h ~~e:~~~e:S£ ::C~"::"a i;e;e~~p~ie:\i~~ ~~lit~! Just how far_ w~ have traveBed Ida M. Dnden, Editor Texas Press As~ociation, by W. E: Debnam, Why Not let Berle And away from Consbtu_tiOnal governme~t Editorial Offices Flatiron Building the North Carolma author of the llttle book, Benny Handle The and sound_ Amencan concepts Ia Fort Worth, ~exas Phone FA-2089 ~~~:~~r ~~eMGo;:~t'~f~cll::~;~~ta~ri~;c~:\;~~ ~~ Comedy Acts? ~~~~f~P~e~~-~:;r~~~ ~%u~\~: o{t~lt Pnce $5.00 Per Year t~c South. In his talk Mr. De?~am warned We agree thoroughly with Senator nois concernmg. the. appointment of S.nr wrrh::'d :::. ';ub7;;:~:;:,0:1 Cong••n ~~~!!:~;asai~~~~e~;c r;~:~a~~~~~~~h~:~~;!~ ~:~~ie p Cr~~n ~~m~~~t~~ng~;arf~:; Fe!:rala~~~;:~ 1 ~h~~s ~~a:e. selection I A h•lplou ,, ... ,. "" d•at .;th tho .;.d I are as hell·bcnt o_n_ reconstru~tmg us n_ow should not be shown on television. must include a Catholic, a Protestant • but it toke~ o" eogle to fly ogoinst th• storm .. :~e ~~~1 ~~-r~h~u~~~a~· ~:t:ee;~odth~~l~::;; St~!~e~sa~~;~~s~~n:~e b~f :h~i~~u=~ ~~~m~nJ~~r=~~ ~~~~~et~h~~r~:m~~1 :=========:;[ 1 ~:saaa~~~\11~~~ ~~~:.~~~;~ ~~e~r~~:~ssa~t~u;i body conc~rned only in transacting that the appointments must be made The Tenth ~m~ndment To fhe s~ccessful fight Southernt'rs have made ~enate busmess an~, althot_tgh so_me of from these groups. The Co~strtutJon of The against such monstrosities as Truman's civil Jts a.ntics are amusmg at .hmes, lt was What he means is that in Chicago United Stotes: rights program. n~t mtended to be a medmm of enter- and other sections of Illinois there Tl1t VOII·n~ not delegated to the Attention is also ~hen by The Southern tamment. are large segments of Catholics, Prot• l-'lli!("(l Stnt€'.~ by the Constttuuon. nor Conservath·e to Harry Byrd's recent historic There is a lot of ham In a~l of us estants and Jews who may be expect- ;r.~~t~: ~~~ 8\.~~. ·~:.~~~:~~,.~'~ ',~ ~:~~,::~:.··:o T;:em•;;~m~.~.;~e .~~;;:;~~ t~: g:~~~fu!~e ~~o~~~: ~~;~·.o~~e~! i~~~~~:r~cTnr~~~~~.b~~:~W~f, ~~ ~~:: '-----------'1 medicine and to the efforts of the Fair were noticeable attempts by the prm- ing with the prevailing trade and A New Conservative Voice ~::'e;~.~~~:;:''"' dest,oy our system of ~~p~~~ t~u~l:~~c:he show and play up ba~~:~:~~~~m ~!eP·~::.~gelow-grade (F,om !he Smn:;;;)Georgia, Morning So~th~','~ c~~::::,,~~·:,~·~.~'~"••~~~·~he~: hoTct~~gs~aunb~f~dorWc:ea~~~\~~e~~~uf~~ ~~~·~0~fgla~li~~:n~r~::,!~e .~;~:e~~~ A nt'w per~odical h~s appeared on the ;n ~;~e~:,~:~~. s~:n~~~\:;~:~~~~.,i~;l :::~:~ ~~~~'si~~;11 fp~~~see~f~~~~s~~~pso~p.C~hn~ gave a~y considerati~~ to. fitness tor ~·~~:~~;::li~:,r~z~;Jis;:1~1 ~1;~.0:t~o~~~.~~e;x~ ~~~~,~~~~~~~r:n g;~~.~~l~~~e r::hi~~u~:~r:~;~r:~~ ~~~~eq~~f:{ic~~io~e 0~~ef~~l~i~~ten~~ ~~~n~!f~~~. as 8 quahftcabon for ap. llS, of wh1ch th_e e~Jtor Js a woman, J..~rs. plea fo1· "a return of Constitutional govern- he is familiar with the provisions of This callous disregard for the pro­Ida Darden .. winch JS pack_ed-full of satire. ment" in keeping with her magazine's the Constitution of the United States visions of the Constitution and for f~cts a_nd f~~ures a~d. vanous and sundry slogan: '"Millions of Americans Think It- but whether or not he is photogenic the calibre of appointees to high Vlt'wpomts m oppos1lion to· the New Deal The Southern Conserati\'e Says lt." and possesses a pleasing profile. office is largely responsible for the 1nd the Fa1r Deal. type of shocking and unethical de-by~~:~~ leo~~(~: e~~~~~ri~! tdht:ti;~n~~~~~~;:~ 11The King Is Dead. If You Wont Help From ~~~~i:~ :~: J~~~~~::Y ~':ti~~s ~~~n~:;, ~.~:;:~·;"~· ~'~~~~:~1 ;~·~,;;~~~·;.:h~;. .~ b; Long Live The Kin~" Washington Move To a fr~~ t::oi::;e;a~ c:~:nono:;w~~ief famf'd ·.·~fy_ Oay." Mrs. Darden's gift for bit· The cause ?f Americanism and the Foreign Country Executl\'es were drawn from a higher jnJ£ ~at1re u stlpt'rb. She re\"ea.ls herself as Free Ente:pnse Syste'?l.Iost a power· Jnd1ans of the Cherokee Tnbe of strata of "OCJety and not dredged up a m•~-~ter or wh<1t the late_G. K. Chesterton ful champton when Wilham Randolph Oklahoma, feelin~ that they d1d not from underworld political cess-pools-, dnu1bed as the '"devastatmg paradox.'' Hearst was removed from the scene receive a fair price [or land bou_ght there was some sort of general under• ln ~ome ways The Southern Conservati\"e by the hand of death. ~rom them .by th.e Federal.~ove:nment standin~. that .a Federal Ju~ge. must 1~ similar in subject-matter and vigor to . T~e so~ of a weal_thy man, he '-!sed m ~891, h~ve f1led a. cl~1m wtth the be fam~har w1th the ConstitutiOn of The southern weekly, edited by Peter Moly- his mhentance wht~h was acqmred Ind1an Claims Commtsswn for $15,· the Umted States. m·aux, and published in Fort Worth's sister lhroug~. the operation. o£ the Fr~e ')00,000. . . Jt·was universally accepted that he ~it,, DRila~. The main difference is that Rnterpllse syste~ \0 bmld un a cham Regardless of the mertts of t~etr must possess the knowledge to inter- ~:,~.:,';,'~:':".~'·~~;,;"~~c:~~~'';7,'',";~g~;~; ~ioii~,~;·~;::r:,~ ~~\~~ b~~i·:;,~~go~h~l ~:.~~1~ ;~~ :'fet:;!·~~;h•t the lndrans r:~~~g:i~; i~wa;~~ ti~e w~~~~~~~~~8~~a \lt"ln govet n~ent ever .devised. . The Federal government functions to political considerations. \\"(·. h;n·c bt>fo_r~ us a copy of th_e Jul_Y· ca~fs1~1 ~t ~!J~~~fl~~a~f:~~f'~t~e~~~~~~ fe~1Jer~~n h:v~o~~~:n~~h~:s~~ !~fus~~~ His religious C?nvictions were hie ~~:f:''~:~!;;':~;~·:.~r :;c,~, ~·:.~~~.::·;·~~ ~~~~·g~an~~~,:~:;~~~no ~ictR~~~·~'~ :,~~~n t~teyop~~~te~n~gar;~fcih~n~~~~~~ ~;~a~~~o~~e~~~~rh~n~;,o ~0'!Je~~~~: ;,;.\•;;~',..':;:cl,~>~eh:~;tor'~:. . e:~:~;;,;: i~ :~~~0a;;·r:~: Fo~~~~o:".\i~{.i~r';e~nu~~~t of af ~~·~~.~·\~ get attention and tte~~oi~i:::le~f o;h~e~:;:~o; :~~n:: Am_eru:a, Ln favor_ of conservatism m the gether. quick action in Washin~ton is to be chief executive on the subject are in :ocJaiAnd e~ono~Jc tsp~e~es, anddab:ve 8 . 11· Fronl his observations·coverine; the a citizen of a backward country whose keeping with the best traditions ol c7p~:,a';:~~:~~~:pl: ~=~~~ot~se a;a~n~;~~: ;~:fi~~~ Pt~!t o~eani~esnt~~~s M:~tH~~~~~ ~~~~r~~~~~. ~~ ~o~s~:~~~nth~~e~~c=~ l_s_ew_er_po_JH_ic_s ______ lin~. swift glance at some oCher headlines re;;;~~~e :!:~rihe life's work of men i~~~gr~~n~e~fn~t~ed~~~b~~:~~a~h~~~ Member Louisiana le~isla• lives an excellent idea of what Editor like Harriman, Rockefeller, Va.nder· seeking r~dress o£ wron~s. . ture Is Missing In Action ~;~!::t:s r:!\ii~~cisn~~~ ~::~a~c~~~ ~~~o~~~ ~!~~~f:f ~~td ao~~eih~~P}~~t~~~lsdeJi~ ti~~ t~~dtn!e;~!~ ~~esa:~~~e~~e~~ o;~~ In Korea , questions of public interest. verted to the promotion of Socialistic Cherokees t_hat they e1ther forget The tragedy of the Truman-caJled ''Barkers For Pair Deal Sideshow Work causes by the weak and degenerate the whole thmg or move to some .o~~- war in Korea Was brought home to u~ :Both Sides of the Street" is the heading scions left to carry on their names. po~t far. off ~e hbeaten tp~~h _of c:v~h- recently when a copy of "My Night over a pit'ce on "taxes and more spending." While there is every indication that zati1~ bm w IC tl eve-d detr 0~8a~~ ordered for an American soldier iJ1. ~~~~s~~e~ :n~;~:~.al~~~a.~F~~r ~~:r~n~~en~ ~~te~:~dsj~~r~=~~t~~~~[~~1t;,i~~~va;; ;~~bled ertrr~~o~ ~raa~ur!~ pr ~~~h ~~~1~of:~~n ~.~is~r~~rr:~c~fon~~ =~~~~e~u~~;.~ui~iss\i~h:~~:h:r r;!~~i~! :::~ ~~~~~; ~~sc~~~~~s t~~1 f~eh~tif~~~d~~- Ne~owD~!1 i~o~evr~~~~a~h~~0~1 r~~i~ of_Th~: ~~~~~:~;~aiS:t~n~~da rr:::C~;! :: :~~~~ ;:ii:hn:~~o~sp;;it:t~;~;;i~! ~~: r~~(~h:rh~~g~ rr~a~;e~~~:~i~~ ~~s Yor_k, Represe~tative Art~u~ . r· ~~~is~~a~· White, Jr., of Monroe. u.s. judiciary. continue to be carried ?n. ~ei~, :~i~t"at':::d s~~ a;f aip~~~o~fou~ Captain White was a ~ember of th• An article describing how "1.000 Min- And so it ca~ be s~td of the ;re~~ Ne~~ York gangster. The lad's father Louisiana Legislature, thtr~y-o~e y£>aTI ~~:rrsche~~nroe~:::~s t:ea~~odny~~ he:~:e~~sli~ ~~f~!p~~~ e~p~:a~~h~~~n~e L?~e d:h~ ~a·~e"a~~mmee~~e in~~~~fiati~~na!~ r~~· ~~:r~;~~a~ea;~f{!l~~camsm and for a chu1·ch organitation which she feels Kmg". 0~~ of the five controlling mobsters In a Jette~ to us just a short tin:tl Jti no real friend of the United States or of in the country. This description of before leavmg for Korea, C~ptam the South. She reminds her readers that General Dwight D. Eisenhower is him was given by former Mayor White said: "My feeli~gs are .the sam• ''Art10n by Only Se"en States Is Needed to quoted as saying that he was half- William O'Dwyer who is. regarded as your~. My one b1g des1re. is to !~;~~\\!~t~:: ~:in~;e:~~:~;tt~e ~~~ ~~:;\c~~/rsdn~~l[~~~~~!~fl~ ~~o;;~ ~~r~~f;h:!Ie0~ri~~s~utg~nt~it~n rhn~ ~~:t~e~h:~t~0~~:c\~1is%0~l~~~~~~:! bers of the Georg1a Leg1slature. The alert can. Which makes cold chills creep show. Welfare State . .ditor warns against P!nk and ~ed lecturers up and down our spine. The loss of any Amer_ic.a~ in a sens• who are turned loose m Amen~a; a_nd com- With her usual propensity for taking less war called by pohtJCJans to fur-menting on ~rederick ':'an~':rb1lt Field, the Property is the fruit of labor; property liberty with facts and spinning a spider ther their own end_s .is ir~eparable and :Red sympath1zer, now m Jail,_ Mrs. Darden is desirable· it is a positive good in the web of fiction, the irrepressible Eleanor when the one sacnf1ced IS o£ the type lt'lls how "Member of Vanderbilt Clan Drags world Th~t some should be rich shows recently said in her column: "Our stand- of Captain White, it is a double trag,. lhe Name Through Sewer.'' tht~t ~thers may become rich and hence ards have gone up on the whole; more of edy. "T_ruman l1 the Highest Paid Presid_ent is just encouragement to induf'=ll"Y and en- our people are belter educated and they 1_:---~---.-­.._ H1story" is the caption of a short article terprise. Let not him who is houseless choose belter people for public office. I If the big idea Is to level everybody whieh doesn't leave the Missourian mueh pull down the house of another, but let him think part of our job should be to convince off, why not bring the lowest up to to 110 on save the pay he receives from the work diligently anQ build one for himself; the cynics that the world today has a high· the highest level, instead of vice Mxpayen. thus, by example, assuring that his own er standt~rd of integrity than it had fifty versa? Jf our status must be changed ln a long editorial, the lady editor shoots. shall be safe from violenci when built- years ago". Then God pity the standards by government edict we want to gO wJth unuring aim, at publithers of Pink Abraham Lincoln. that prevailed fifty years ago, we say. up, not down. _h~p_1 __ ~_. _ 195_1 _____________________TH_ E_ S_O_UTH_E_R_N_C_ON_S_ERV_A_T_IV_I _________________________ Pa~l ....... TIM IOUTIMIIN CONtlltVATIVII The Red Whitewash Brigade Goes Into Action Against McCarthy Sopt.mber, lfSI Septomb<tt, 1951 THI! SOUTHERN CONSI!RVATIVW Page 7 BUY YOUR FRIENDS A CHRISTMAS PRESENT NOW!. There or e o few first editions of "ltfti left but the supply will be exhausted tober first. Night" by Oc· Why not order a dozen or two ·copies f or Christmas presents for your friends? Not ~nly Is this book a reasonably priced gift but It will afford those to whom you give It a lot of h_.ar ty lau~hs and at the same time drive home some forceful points against Socialistic policies proposed by Pink Columnists. =--························································~ If you hove not already ordered copies please do so now, using the attached blank for that purpose. I The Southern ConMrvative, 70J Flatirori luilcfin1, o ................... . • 1 P:orl Worth, T•••• 1 · l"clotH Ia check ,., $ . , . , .... for .•••.. copiet of 11My Nisht." ·I . •~===. . .. ..-.·~~ ............... 0 •••••••••••••• S}OO Price Each . St rMf ~; Bo~ Number (jj.(' • ................. State ............................................................ WHERE "MY NIGHT' MAY BE PURCHASED "My I'li ight' Is now on sale at the following book stores: Sutton Place Book Shop, 4;07 E. 57th Street, New Y()rk N'.Y. New England News Company, 30 Garrison Street, Boston, Frederick and Nelson, Filth and Pine, SeatUe, Wash. Thalhimer Brothers, Inc., Richmond, Va. Oifice Supply Company, 517 East Capital, Jackson, Miss. Harvard Cooperative Society, Harvard Square, Cambrid&e, Jlau. Ch .trlea Cobbler Book Store, 111 Richmond at Main, Houston, Texu Silva's Book Store, 115 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Georgia. Stewart Dry Goods Company, Book Department, 4:th and Walnut, Louisville, Ky. Miller and Rhoads, Richmond, Virginia. lfiller'a, lnc., Knoxville, Tennessee. University Cooperative Society, 2246 Guadalupe St., Austin, Texas. Smith and Hardwick, 406 North 20th St., Birmingham, Alabama. Otto Ulrfch Co., Inc., 396 Main, Buffalo, New York. Elizabeth Agee's Bookshell, 1915 11th Avenue, Birmingham, Alabama. :Matheny's, Inc., Knoxville, Tennessee. The 8()(lk Sta ll, 2025 Guadalupe, Austin, Texas. The Fair, 7th at Thockmorton, Fort Worth, Texas. The Old Corner Book Store, 50 Bromfield Street, Boston, Mass. Naticmal Council for American Education, 1 Maiden Lane, New York, N.Y. Emmons Book and Record Shop, 815 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md. J. B. Book and Gift Shop, 626 Marshall Street, Shreveport, La. Women'• Voice, 537 South Dearborn, Chicago, TIL California Anti-Communist League, ·257 South Parkview St., Lo• Angeles, Cali!. Barber 's Book Store, Slh at Throckmorton, Fort Worth, Texas. The MP.thodist Publishing House, Fifth and Grace Streets, Richmond, Va. J . R. MonAghan and Company, 413 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Fred Harvey. Terminal Station, Cleveland, Ohio. Vroman'$ Book Store, 469 East Colorado Street, Pasadena, California. The Little House, 107 E. Gordon St., Savannah, Ga. 'Bock-Street' Campaign Has Brought Results New Deal machine. At first the charge was called "red herring." But since then have come Hiss, Coplon, masa resignations from It appears that Democrats--administra- the State Department, three suicides and tion loyalists,-that is-will work like Satan revelation of an actual Communist cell sifting ashes tO pursue Senator McCarthy. operating within the old plow-up regime of Republicans cry"politics," which they could the Triple A. ::s:xfn~~:~t t:trt~e ~0~~::0~!~ ~~t t~: T? climax. matters, ~emocratic ~alional have it Nobody wants an unfit -,enator. Chau·man B1U Boyl~, m a s~eech m New of~~~= ;:;~~:~~i:gse1~at!~e fo~i~~i~~le;:: i'o~rk"1~~~~g27~u~;,ms~~s1!;:~1 de;:v!~~~~ influence in the "back-street" campaign workers, the. s.ame. Mr. Tru~an who n dJ­that removed Democrat Tydings from of· culed the ongmal 1dea as frshy. fice. McCarthy is feared. He has used So let us Investigate the back-street per­wild and woolly-at times, below the belt formanc€'S in the Tydings campaign. And -methods. while they are at it, let them look into But he has hit the admi nistration corpus the 1948 senatorial primary in Texas and on Its weakest vetebrae. He has yell€'d the primary that removed Congressm<~.n from the rooftops that un-American in- Slauf!hter in Missouri. fluen<!es actually operated within the satred -The Dallas Morning News. MY NIGHT ly the Editor W• drove down from Jekyll Park a Uffle earlfer llian usuif last night in order that I might atlend a dinner given in bonor of visiting members ol the Yukon Reindeer Milkers Union before rushing to a night se.!ISiOn ot Amalgamated Countde1. The 1bort time I was able to apend at the di nner proved a very rewardin• uperience u it gave me an opportunity to brietly r enew acquaint- ~ , ~~ :::~ ~::: =~d:t::;:~::sb:~o;:e w~:~:~;r~~~ture tour of th ~ Following a hurried word of greeting and a few reminiscences, Jhadtoleave the dinner in the middfeoftbe soup course and dasb to the Amalgamated Countries building at Lake Failure where I had .J to!unctlonin twocapacities. 1 I am delegate-al·large to the General Assembly of that body ~ S:nd Chairman of a sub-committee being set up within that organiz~ tion to bring about widespread mingling of the white and colored races as a step toward the mongrelization of the Anglo·Saxon popu-lationoftheworldin the int~restof true Democracy. In the lalter capacity I had to make the introduction of the lady who was to be the principal speaker of the evening and who has only recently given great emphasis and dignity to the cause o( racial tolerance and understanding by marrylna her colored garbage man. After introducing this distinguished guest, 1 dashed back over to the general meettng of Amalgamated Countries and reached there just in time to cast my vote in favor of a resol ution- demanding the compulsory registration of Republicans, Conservative Democrats, States Righters: Dixiecrat& and other domestic enemies wtth the Department of Justice. This wise precautioh had been strongly urged by delegates from the Gold Coast of West Africa who had written lhe resolution in collaboration with membPI'3 of the Hill Tribes of Southern Etbopia, assisted by experts in phraseology from the policy-making division of the State Department. Following adjournment, 1 made a hurried trip to a dinner being gi\'en for those who will participate in my new television program which I was forced to put on in order to to be able to answer more questions. While I have always tried to urge every one with whom I came in contact to ask me questions on any and all subjects, I have felt that this method of commum· eating knowl_edge was ve~y inadequ.ate as I ~ave been unable to reach as many people as I felt were entitled to tlus service. In order to overcome this unintentional .neglect of a large portion of the population, I have now set up, by means of television, a sort of Super Quiz Program where I hope to be able to provide free education to the masses by furnishint them w..ith all the answers. The dinner was given by Isadore Bergstein\'itch, manager of my program, and I was very fortunate In that my arri\'al at the table coincided with that or the entree, thereby enabling me to take up the meal where 1 had left off earlier inthee .. ·ening. (Copyright 1951 by Ida M. Darden) Pogo I THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI Soptomkr, 1951 The Nation's Death 'Certificate Was Time to Quit Talking About States Signed by Ratification of Charter Rights and Start Exercising Them
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