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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 1950
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Date January 1950
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Transcript Sec:. 34.66 P.L.&R. U. S. t'O..> fAGE PA ID Permit rb. 1665 Fort Wor:h, Teien THE S UTHERN CoNSERVA -To plead for a return of Constitutional Government- Voll - - Fort Worth, Texas, January, 1950 HEADS WE WIN, TAILS YOU LOSE SAYS TRUMAN TO THE SOUTH p11~:ic~tt;1'-~:~ii:trti,~::e ;~ti•:t~wi:; THAN Rt>•>•evelt wilh ta~pay••r.-' m,>11ey to k~l'P Xt-w ilPklt-r;i pelt1"tu11.lly in bh~ prl'"-id,•my 1t i11 T•u111~n•1 re­• 1>•H1,11hi/ t~• to kt'IJ) lht> ma('hinery oile,I an,I i11 wc•ktni.:: nrd,·r an,I t,1 • ttN11 t"'tand fortifJ,' it from time bo 111,:, 'I'hi" h,• hoJ1e to d,l v,111 fn·l R,iJfhl k•.iri:dutioz, m(lit-ltnk :,t;"',1.:~ t,;.•• 1~t-:~~• p,l/l hn flW•, wit A ,111 /",I! ihP p,op'•.• of TJ.'<.t ,,-•II ,tit, t \\,' I .P<)'i Ill<' ,•a.-,•r~ tl111t th,•.\' w,•1e o /1..tV<' an ••PJl"l't\lnity lo \',1tt.' ,in th~ i,-sue1 c-; -·,_. an,! ,l, .. •i,!e a1111m.c !11t•iu,idv(•,; wht•lht'1· t!i1•y wa11tPd .<l ke1.'t> the p,1lltaxJa.,.inl~ct,orrepealit :.a.!.,-'-:,"..l.l· w-"'.,:'."'I ,.~n':",I "•••~o•I"'° ..lo ._,..."., ·wn"\\ U. on th· oth,,r \,an,\,th<)y made U\) th\:ir ,uim\ tlwy want,.,\ to k..-.p It, C'on1,.··1.'Ml wr.u\<\ 11~.? that it.wa,tl"t'Jh'llled llll)'Wllf Thi" ho\,\ atlempt 011 th.- part o( bh11 ('h\('f Executive to intimi1late th• v,>ter,i of a &llVt'lt>il{I\ State, with an acc,lmpa1,yin1t thrut of Npi-iHI. i!'I 011\y Ont" of the many -.i,1latiowl of our onrnnic code whid1 give lift> Rn,I nwt1ning to the 1\1111:an we hnv,, chu-M.'ll "To plead for a return of Co1Btitutioual Gov- Movement Launched To Make Texas a Two-Party State It ha.-.: 1~11 announc,>,f that a not much chanct> of any on• of 111ov11mcnt 111 w,•11 uml'c'r way wh,i,;e them completeiy ah~orbing ano~her. purpoi11t it1 to ath'tn1lt to brinl{ Wi! havt' referenct•, of course, to al.out tw,1-JlR1'ly l{\)Vernmt.>nt in the DemoNat,-, the ReJ}ubli<'an,- T1ti.1' •• a1id the Xl'w Dealen, W1t hllr,lly stN.• h•lW this can be The ~ew Deal Party i!I the dom-a cc.impJi,-ht><i 11i.nce there are inant one in the State havinirtaken aln•a,ly, th1e{' in the piccure with control of the Dt>mocratic Pal't}' ~------~lmllchinery and is compo:.ed or a DISPLACED ~~iifi~ljt~~l~:l" l\~:~l(~ ~~r~l'1,;.~!~lU~~:: AMERICANS drt>amo£a We,lforeState, Xation11l Sociali:\m and eomplcte regimenta tion of the peo1lll' Added to the;i.e are large num­bers ·ho htwe no conv·l't'ons on anything nnd who are a!lied with tht.> left-wing('rs hecause tlwy haw 1irnfited 1wnnnall)· thrnugh llllCh affi!iution, eitlwr thi-ou~h jClhs, Jll''l·m, unt>mi':/nH'nt ·nsur:wce tlrotherdoles, The Democratic Party in 1\•xas --the real Ot<mocrntic Party of ,Teffer,;on,thnt i:,i-i:1com1iost•dof !host> whll havt• refus('d to bt' cor-f\ 1ie\1:es in ~-~tio~ll ll'a~el'~-i~~~ea·ml INTRODUCING THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE The SOUTHERN COKSERVATI\E 1s be111g launched to fill the n,•e,! for a medium of expr ess1 n fo1 those c1t1zens of Texas and the South \oi.-ho defm1tcl\ oppose the cu11ent ttend towa1d 1ad1calrnm \\h1ch 1" 1apall\' bringing us to the end of the road a!'i a Constitutional Republic. In introducing this new publication for approval, we plead guilty tO the charge of being hopele~sly old-fal'\hion~d as we love our own countr~• with a blind and pagsionate devotion, above all others on earth. We find our,.elve~ without the !'\lightest desire to change our form of government to conform to foreign ideologies or to attempt to re-shapt! it in the Soviet mold. We are con\'ince<l that those who founded this Republic franwd thd greate:-.t inl'\trument for the government of men ever devi,.ed by human mind. We wish to den,v, before it i1' made, the charge that we are suhsidiz.c1l by any special interests or that our undertaking is ju8t another ~cheme dreamed up to attract the !-IUpport of hig bw-dness. In our dis('ussions of St:1te anrl ~~ational il'lsues, we shall shoV.' n1, more partiality to the Tycoons of Industry than we shall to the Cnrs ot Lahor. In fad, we seem to rcmembet· that some of the biiniest hul"line:-1-1 2:'i'~ \:~Di~~~,P1:'.1 tI~~h::E1i'.:1)~.,l~'.~~;~~Ji~::~11{(1/:,:;::~~~~l;~,,i:l)::i";;~~~i ,:;:;:; l'f\JtJ,;·y~ f~::;~:::l!;~:,l!lt~:t~·l'];~~'\l;~;l;t\:~1\ ai;:itt·;lt~,1~//;t --- '---,-c:-:_c,, ' if the Republic b to survin• will w,t lw found :,;entati\·es c,f big l.iu:-.irH•ss or leadc1·:- of htbor ft mu~t be drawn from that va:-.t group o average American:-1 who ask nothing of government ex('epl that it secure them in their inalien­ah\ e right to wcn-k, to !I.ave and to keep a reasonable ~har~ of tlw fruit,\ of their toil. .. "'e are again~t the d\)minalion of government either by big bu~inl!~"' or big lalior and we mainblin that favoritism to either group on the part of a State or National admini~tration j,- un.American, immoral and a H.\~­rant abuse of power. As to political affiliations, we acknowledge allegiance to neither n( the two major parties. As presently con~tituted. both are so shot through with radicalism as to render them incapable of re~olving the serious problem!i confronting the Republic. We acknowledge our indebtedness to the courageous and patriotic Coalition Bloc of sound-thinking Democrat~ and Repuhlicans in both Hou~es of CongresH which has prevented Communistic influences from complete domination of our Federal government. \Ve are opposed to the reckless squandering of the taxpa~1ers' money by incompetent, irresponsible and improvident public officials and we contend. that taxes should be levied for purposes of revenue only and not to punish the rich, reward the poor or redh,tribute the wealth. We are, firml,v committed to the principle of States Rights and Wd hold that the people of an~· part of the United States are entitled to main­tain their own social cmdoms and traditions without interference from politicians /'ieeking \'Otes to perpetuate themselves in power. ,ve are unequivocall~· in favor of Free Enterprise as opposed to gov. ernment owner~hip of business and. insi~t on the responsibilit~· of every American to seek to improve hi~ l'locial and economic condition through initiath·e. energy and thrift rather than leaning on the arm of govern­ment for support. We concede to every man the right to work and the opportunity of profitable employment regardless of whether he doe1', or does not, belong to a labor union. On the other hand, we claim for the employer the irre\'ocable right to hire and fire his employees without instructions from any· govern• mental agency or intimidation bv Fedt>ral Police. We feel that at this crucial time in historr, it is imperative that newspapers and other group:,; seeking to influence public opinion should exert every effort within their power to help preserve our republican fol'm of gonrnment, our Free Enterprise system and American way o! life. We 1-ihall exert all our energies to that end. These are the sentiments of the Southern Conservative and although ours ma~· be onh· one small voice crving in the wilderness, we will fight for fundamental American principles. as we understand them, without apolog_\· to any man or set of men. With this frank and forthright declaration of purposes, we ask tha acth·e cooperation of en•r~· citizen in Texas and the South who belie\'ei!I in the principle~ for which we stand. Prt"sidenL Truman, you Jo thing- that n1·t> ,tranj:Ce amt funny. Yo11 1\irl with bi!fol'tlS the dl'l\llat·,•d in Etll'O\le nnd you brin~ tht'l\l to Amel'ka that the)' miKht On•nthe the air'of f1t"1•,lom, han! fret' farms. and fll'O'lpt•r a11d grnw happy. But whrd of the million,i or di;i.plac­ed 1>e1...,ons in the South who havebl.'t'ndriven from the Otc'm­ooratic P1u-ty and art> all drc~-;­ild up and no plac-e to KO? Who 1>1.1t the muil in the mmldle.­Crarnlal ,tackey, l'ditor 1Jf the .\ rlin(ton, Yir~lnia, Chronicle. ~~~~:, ~:1uDJ~~~~~"\lig1~:::.- \\~~(\1;l------------------------ :i:r]~i~~li~~iii:.'.~\;):,:r~\~::::: ~?i.\~f;~:!.¥lfi;fjf~;:gl!i~{:.~1~l~~:'~::~::~:.:::::::::1~;~~ii:fftt~;};\t:;~:y;:'gt~; Page 1 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI!. January, 1910 January, 1950 THE SOUTHERN CONSIRVATIVI Poeo I P09e 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE A Monthly Publication with Southwide Circulation Published by the Southern Conservative ldaM.Oarden Editor Editorial Offices, 703 Flatiron Building, l'ortWorth,Tex1111 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE PRESIDENT HELPS CIO WHITTLE DOWN ITS BLACKLIST IN THE SOUTH The CIO t,.;ews of Washington, D. C. keeps a close tab on an Yotes of all members of Congress in which the organized labor lobby is interested. January, 1950 TEAPOT DOME AND TEXAS TIDEW!DS January, 1950 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Pago ' THI SOUTHERN CONSERVATIV• January, 1950 January, 1950 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI! Pago 7 Another New Deal PROFESSIONAL AGITATORS CREATE Blunder Liquidated RACIAL PROBLEM IN THE SOUTH rf we 11<'cded any proof of thi> Officials or the Texas State Fail' at Dallas set aside one da¥ for total incapacity of politicians to the colored people of Texas when the facilities of that great iru;titu­ln the matter of circulation, we obviously cannot hope to cover flJl:_rnte private business t~t! n?- tion \\ere put at _thefr disposal and one of the largest attendance THE SERVICE WE HOPE TO RENDER ~~~ 1 :ast1ci~:i~~- shall try only to reach the leaders who help to shape ~~;;1~~ :.:~;~m~~:0 ::~ ~::~~c;0;~ ~·ec~1iisofki~:1/nat~~e ;::c%u:·a~e~:1~~e!nu~hc part of Fair offkials Thi~ takes in all State officials in the South, ~c1~b~rs of South- ;~a!:: :~:-~ 1 1~~u~l~it f~;~11~:~c~ 1;~t~~ :~/\'.!!e:n~n ~e!~: :~nfh~n~~a;t~~\ of th e frie nd1 Y relations hchr~ :~:w!eg~:~~r1~f1~~n=e~~~r\,:~g~~n7~es~a:i~~s al~i;~J!~Vl~~~s ;:i:: 8 !!s:~1~~quoddy Village was a ,\Jl right th inking persons agree ,·o~~:f~::i!~~l Na~:·ta?i:~· m:my of throughout the Southern States. product of Roosevelt.'s Program of th:1t Negroes must. have the ~~st whom ha\,e pevcr b~~· So~th of Alsb, we hope to inspire to renewed activity those who think Plannc<l Economr and was intend. hc·aJth and educational facilities Hoboken, do not hesitate to qual• straight and who are keenly alive to the danger, but whose efforts t•d to !'.how that the government th.it the taxpayers can pro,·ide and ify as expert witnessc.s about have become dormant out of sheer discouragement and despair. could operate private bu;;ines-. th1t their hving conditions must ''conditions" in the South It·was not the tyranny of Nero who fiddled while Rome burned more efficient.Jy and economically be imp~oved b)·_ the best housing Others breeze through the :;;oulh-which was responsible for the destruction of the Eternal City, but th~n ."selfish mt~i·ests.'1 that pnrate bmlders can suppl~. cm States, sum up the situation the apathy and indifference of the citizens who were too Iary to . ~hi~ dream city w~s to hou~e Naturally thcy ~hot~ld have the1.r from a Pullman window, drop off : 1~/{1~:~: :~~•~::~:: l::\:;P~~~ c:•;:! ~:;:1, 0 ~h~~;;"::~;b~~:: ;l:\::a~/;;:;0 '.f,(~;,'°i~~•~,:!~;; ~=-~::!~{:;:£::~::•~~:;~~;::i~ ~::~;::::~i;:,~:~;:~:i::•~b;:i save the Republic from the cor~uption and !oily of its leadera: . ::;~, electncity to th e !oigotten ~~:Ubee~sba;a~~~: t~e r,:.~~;'~~: ~:\'r8~~:a~~~;,,~;i~eud;::i:d 1 ~r~:! ~f the Southern Conservative ~an. only_ ~erve as a sentmel m li constituted perhaps the worst ('(IJored races. Cotton Belt. alertmg. th_e unconc~rned and unthmking c1t1zen~ of the danger :o scandal of the many which at• We have never had any racial _ The better element of the col, our vams~1.ng Amer1c~n institutions and way o! hfe, we feel we will t~1Hl~d the Kew ~ea! front it~ b@· problem in the South until one ored race ls not responsible fol have justified our ex1ste_nce. gmnmg and p~·o_vided th~ crowning ,,_ai; created by static from the su~h meddling and is u em,. Those who would hke to help increue the circulation ot the act of ,tupidity wh_rch finally r-.:orth and interference of outsid- bt1rraS8ed as white people at these Southern Conservative and in that way strengthen and broaden its cauaed the. yo~ng bram truster11 ~rs who ·are no more concerned ill-advised attempts to create frio­scope of senice, are co1·dially invited to do so, provided they have who ~spo~soied It, to be laughed out III the actual welfare of the Negro· tion between the races, anything left after the annual raid on their treasury by the Federal of \\:ashrn~ton. than lhey are in that of the South- In our humble opinion, there HI tax collector. The proJect cost the taxpayers ' 1 estern Patagonians. Their inter- c.nly one thing wrong with the -------~---. _____ I !~!OO~~~~Ot~yanf:t~;;;,l~~~~· ~;~:: ::1~ :!::~-er~sy !~e~r ~::ir~n~~a,~:~ ~:~~:.and that's agitators from !ht It's a Compliment To Be ~~;a.~i·,:vi:~~~::.:·,:~.~:.~~:~::1--------------- Called a· Reactionary f}!~~{:~;1{,f,~:£;0:fl~f~'. SUSTAINED SESSIONS OF LAWMAKERS Tho•• of uo who have alway• We would hke to ,etu,n to• ;ht~~;hp~~~'i;':,:~o:'t 0,::•i,;~'."f~ TOO MUCH FOR THE TAXPAYERS :A,~mie:n:·;c~a:nf:::p 1 ~[i!n{coip~ol:e~o-a,~~;h:a:,~.••:11:f3,n_aer~.l fpE,.~oepnhe:r:tdy~,~,'.:a:,:;i·n~•v•n,; 0 ,(ln;;tl:e.f~tf~,.do:m~;!._.~ ,: i;•. gt~,t_ 0 -~1~_;:~~;!i~1 i~:1:1ei~1;I{i·~:: m;~ 1i~ 0 -·~··•-···-• ···"'- - On the other hand we dcfi IU!l , ~ ~ t·~;1:p~~-o~et~;!~•gb~i~\~t>e~·i:~:~~:~: quTh~yte~:nw~=l~~~stb~i~i;hti~~ !~~dar:. executive and legislativel--------1'.:!'..' .!".'..'.'~~ --,~~;·_, of lhl!s bod)' nught be longer, LJd p~.•~ , -~!,•,va:t1e;~:,•hPo'b,oe~a,i,.hh,~od!tl",.d!i:n:o;ti1:heo~ldi ",tl1eV:.,.h~e,:,[,,.uglh\~,-~~to·~e ~~~•'kac~~~!,.•,•~h'otoua,:,PJ;iyt. S~~~~ t~fln~! ~n~l·~h1en ,1,, cnf;ttjh~pij if t~e nm~n'.1\ne~t h_nd ~ "'" ... " . ' ~~il:~ 1;,ft-1~~(•nu\~'.:)~i1~1 i·1:;11~-~l r~:!.l f !i1 2f ~J;;ft ~!l;:::21ll X~i ::}5~i;t\~~~'.;:,:;:~:~~.;~:~ ~l~;;;~:r~t:\f~ ~:f; :fi f::~ iliiti~::,1~if: f ";,iit¥i~ ~ ;~lit~;:~~fJi:}Pt~)lf :: f ~H~~J~Ir~:~l{i};J.;jJ~ .:~tj~;;;;:!~~:;;;:;~; ;.;~;: to T~!n~t:'t~'"; ~.~~u~~~! tt: ucge The welfare of all the .... 1. means, when u,<e~ in R political for p,s person~l friends. hes had died tog~th~r wi th equ~I and find out who is behind 5~b!I and the interests of the nation can ::n:e10;;:;~~te\\~fhaerfa:s. return 1o!~r ~"~~! ~.t:~ ~h:et:;;a~r; :;:;:;;, ::: s!ai~ 1 ;::::/~~e ~:;~ :noct:.'h:t it;h!eait p'i::;o~!ui 5 chb: only be served by a restoration el. fo!!~:!~f}reaibi:1!:·o~~tu~at;:nai ;:1!rF{lfr~ro: 00 !~=:~l~~~:~1fti:~~ r!:et:Rtth!~: ::ed~i1er~:': r:~~~::~ t~~~elt~~/ut th e money on th e ~:n/~o-pany system o{ aovern-leaders were men of lofty stature ing any individual or political par• faiths had come to an end. drawn :from the be!lt brains the ty in perpetual power. Tho11eofuswhohadnevercared MY NIGHT QUICK AND PRACTICAL WAY TO STOP FEDERAL SQUANDERING l'ome Tax Amendment to rid the tion. t!on and oth"r orderly, decent and the Inttnn1.t1onal Cultural Sooiety for Uprooting Outmoded cu,.toma !!!!!III!f!!!~f!! ~llt{!~~~;;;it~ ;~a!ff~: ~te 1j~;g i:bi~~b~?n;pg; ·tentfh f;1!~dnte~e~~nfhe th Coi~iJ: ~~~u1~~ i~~~\s1:~eiy ;~o~evAr;u: ~!!te<;n~ 1 eoi° /~~lkdo;~:~in~ ia~-a:n~b:: Jr~-!!~hg ~~e J:.::in~~~n o~~: r-axpa~·ers and .setting up an inde• tution, and submitting one in it,; crime. three and a hal! second!! late. ~r:;t;!~~ /o°~~i-c•ihr:~;~doc'::nti!{ t~::re::i~: ~~mt~ts & :!e~~~!unt A tramp in the jungle commands Josia 1 h j~i. !~~!~lyco~~i~t b~nts•~~~~hve:11.t;~~h '!a~J!} •f jobs and votes. it become!: mandatory on Congress more respect in '"liberal" circles age that he has a great future before him.. :?l:~,~\1~1}~~:~~;t:-::•;1~ :;x~~}t!:;~:f~;i::k::l1r.= ;;~~::,-:;n~hf2~~~0;l:~:E: ~;:!?;•:£:::J;F,;~ 1t~i:~t;:}h];;~~t:F:;•:rur~~:xi:;;::~i :~~:n: it11~ o!hl~r1tc:;gr!~! f:w~}us amendment, 1t become, the ~fsli~~loa~~~:n a !r~:rr~ b!~gei:: I co:id 'vi;~~?ze: i~ihit;1?t~i!y (!~:a~t:r?!ta°f!h~: d~:i'm~:1 h?r!l, ~ould levy. It i1 aa simple a1 that. palm of the hand. valuable citizen in helping to plan our brave ne"W world. Pago I THE SOUTHERN CONHRVATIVI January, 19$0 !{re;;,; cksignaling a place openi. t- Millin11s of us h a\·e been disinherite~ by the p a r ty of c<l. and rnpporll•d by the govern­ou r fa t hers and haYe bet!n com pelled, li ke lol'lt souls, to ment for the permanent exile of Do you r egard t he Constitution of t he United States wander in the poli tical wilderne)-ls ,vithout an a !lar on which such pri,mors as the e I even a~ a perfect instrumeJ1t fo r the government of man ot· do to lay our faith or an anchor for our alll'giance. Conununbts recently convicted you eonsider it an outmoded rel ic of the pas:1t'! Other mill ions of u:-1 ha\·e strayed off after strange for conspiracy to overthrow ou1 Do you agree with " liberals" that States Rights no political gods nnd ha,·e worshipped at alien shrines in a g<lvernment and !or such u Axits longel' exist or do you hold with the tenth article of the peculittr g1,sture of loyalty to an empty label and to the Sally and Judith Coplnn. Bill of Righh; which reserves to the State~ all powers not gho~t of a Party which live~ only in name. The congressman suggc~ll'fl tlw delegated to the Federal go,·ernment? But when a common enemy attacks and threatens to ;::i~: \:.~:1 .:\~~.:n~~~~:d;ati~\\~: 1 ~ , ~o you :~ink that F~deral_ Ai~ .i~. drawn f.ro~ a ~agic ~~~f~1~;.::·1,:~::~:;: Z!.7~\~~il;:·r:,:'.;;'~' ,~;;t'~~\:~t'.'s""11Y hat ties ,aged . agam,t othe< of ::u~,;~·:~:~~ 1t:~.~-~;1~,o~:ti~f.~;~:::1;~.:h;:0~1 1;,0~11 ;~ :~= Perhaps this is because of some faint lingering: trace ~~:1i.l:::: 1 ~ 1 e,, t:::1~ ':~:):t> 11 \,: 1~~:<'; ~:1~~~ t:t:;--:e:- a nd th en dole back to rou in °rd er to keep of tht->~ old l{eht>l spirit which refused to compll'tt•ly imrren- abo~·e. . . . Do you like our form of government best or would you :::il~ijj~;::tl~?:.:f ~~;i:f ~:~f ;};/;;IS.~~!~:~;; d!:~:f :;I~t~I:;:,~:;'.'::~:~:: ;;~~~~~~:I~II;~i;:::: t::~:::::i:~::'~::::,:~~~i:~::::::~: all good Southerners will fall in line, shoulder the old lllU!-1- s ions on poli t ical issues after matul'e deli beration or do l<.1~1 l\nt\ t·nm~ nut ''I\ :a.hootin'." yuu gel your opi nions rcady-ma<le from the "lihf>ral" ro · That's why lhl."Y ca\\ it tlw "Solid Snu\h." ganda facto ry ai~d radical colump.· ·t,g an<i comme a rs. A LOUD BRAY FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Oo :rou think that taxes ~hould be le\· ied for revenue 1u•e,;i. only or ·do you favor a taxing system which takeH your ,,ri ~ 1::·t'~;,_\11. propt·rty away from :vou in order to ~i\'e it to ot hers who would rnthl'r !oaf than work·! Do you thiJlk that the dutie:-- of tht• ('hief I:i-:wc:uti\'e of the L'niled State=- are r11::i,er:ified and limited under the lon- Whil(' the (',;limatt•d co:st to tht> the li,;,ioul'i ahirt sall'"man and stitution or do you think the President should interfere tax11,1yt>r~ of tlw prnpos1ttl Bran- the onl>· jr-rki;i who gel gyμpt>d in local political campaign":> in an effort to influence the n11n Plan i~ still a State sec1·et, hr th• tnnnction arl' t he tax- election of a representatiYe of the peoi,le '! : ::::•: 1 )~1~ 0u;1~~ 1 ~~I h~::11 ~ 0 a;~/~t:,~ Do you think that harmon iou~ racial relations which e,.•1.momist with time on hi~ hand!! tom ha\'e existed in t he South for eighty five years should be hit.~ w1ull•(I throuKh the lenu:thy ed 1--------lcontinued or do'you appro,·e of efforts of \\.'ashington pol-pro1• 01al to try to find out what ooo,·old "ldl,•-,mted. iticians to break them down in order to win Harlc.•m vote:1 ~:~i,l~~~Y i~.;~:~~::ntBuorfro A;~i~ for their part.{ candidates? eullun.• i~ brnyinir about. Do you think that cu rrent propaganda for racial equal- Roile(I ,lown from thou~ands or ity is a sincere effort originating wi th Americans out of amh·icuo·w, mcan'nide1 and equ·- concern for the colo red race or do you recognize • oc11.I wordii, tenns and exprl'!I- self the Wa~e Earner puh]i,;\ll'd part of a_ world plan la id in Moscow to bring about con-eions., the Utopiun J)iun i~ to let in Detroit facetiously suggc,;t,; fu!-lion and discontent in this country a::- a prelude to Com-rt> t11.il prit'<--'" to the consumei that a day of pl'aye1· be Sl·t a,;ide munism? drnp llll low a;i th(' Jaw of supi)ly to for \\'e,;lbrook Pegler in onle1 Do you think that a man should be entitled to work •n;\~,e1;.71 1t'!i,~:il~llt:~~1 ~~te of the 1111 ~·~ 1 ~re a~~: 0 ;:\~ wouliln't that this gift!'d writer '·may one<' whether he belongs to a labor union or nol or do you t hink lwu,iewive, for Trunurn in 1952. s('ltle (or a mi~iinmm of plain, again be n•stored to his place in he should pay tribute to a labor boss for the r ight to earn [~ii~~:}tt{~ ~~I::~~,;~~;:~;;: ;{~fI fj: '.{: ii;:~i;ii'.~t~faiig ~:~~ti!~ti::~ ~l~}t~I~t~ t~t:tt;\g f i:f ~f t[:trg f:i:i~iltf ,f l'.\;f:~~:~1:il~:\tg~~;;~ TO NEU'SPAPEHS AND OTIIEH PUBLJCA TJONS The Southern Conservatin makes no attempt to publi sh n aws H1uch, and is composed e xclusively of editorial opinion. Any newspaper or othe r publication is fr•• to re produce any• thin9withinth esepageseitherwith orwithoutcreditasour pu r• pose lsto get as wide a distribution of our material as possible. It i~ Do you feel that the President of the United States the ,,,rnpe,· foc«,lion, ot ~~o~~: i:!~::;1~.lli~1:~s~~a;;~u:~~f1:dti:~ !~1;::n~h:L:~e:~!-~a~: gro~1ps on which to bestow special favors? ' Do you feel that our national leaders mea~mre up to en•. the gtature of Washington, Jeff.erson, Jackson and other processes or immortals of h istory or are you afraid that we ha\'e 110w touched an all-time low in American statesmanship with at it, we will Lilliputian minds fumbling with problems which only giant prayer of gratilutle intellectg can soh·e '! ,end~:,~~::~;, rt:;::~u;!:?h!~~ ~~~::::~tr!.~%'3 i;,::i~~~st:~il~~ writer, Jtrt>ttt ~om- Note: The judge who will help you compute the score Int, Fort Worth, Texu. ~~::~ 1 1o~wis, J;_rand Amencan, ;ii~n~~~lle in 1u11,wering the::,e que::, tions will be your con-
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