TITLE

Anti-Communist... BUT!

AUTHOR(S)
Hayes Jr., Samuel P.
PUB. DATE
May 1954
SOURCE
New Republic;5/10/54, Vol. 130 Issue 19, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents information on communism. The world conflict with Communism must not be treated, as the U.S. Republicans are apparently treating it, solely as a race to see who can build the biggest fort, with the biggest guns, the fastest. It is a tug-of-war to see where the forts will be built and which way the guns will be pointed if a military showdown ever comes. What the U.S. needs is a positive program for "dynamic security." Such security can only be built by growth and changes within the countries of the free world leading to greater production and consumption, a wider diffusion of income and political power, fuller participation by the citizens in orderly political processes, strengthening of democratic values, broadening of individual freedom and opportunity, and consequently greater indigenous military strength.
ACCESSION #
14491316

 

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