Mother Goose Exposed

December 1953
New Republic;12/28/53, Vol. 129 Issue 22, p7
The article presents views of an ace investigator regarding political conditions in the U.S. Such is the success of the enemy in penetrating the nation that even their loved ones are not immune to the virus from overseas. For total immunization American hopes must turn to the youth. The investigator says, not only must Americans expunge all study of United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization and other international parties from the classrooms, they must demand that first priority be given to the wisdom of the forefathers who freed them from the bondage of internationalism.


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