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M. S.
November 1953
New Republic;11/9/53, Vol. 129 Issue 15, p22
Entertainment Review
The article presents information about a radio program entitled "Facts Program" which is sponsored by millionaire H.L. Hunt. The propaganda of the program is relayed by 126 radio stations, 36 television stations, discussion groups and schools in the United States. The belief of "Facts Forum" is that the United Nations spends most of its time and budget spawning a frightful number of agencies and schemes to destroy the constitutional system of the United States and to establish international socialism.


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