Ambassadors, Attorneys, Accountants, Democratic and Republican Party Officials (1950s Interviews)


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marisa from the c_b_s_ television news staff
and francis w carpenter of the associated press
our distinguished guest for this evening mister presley's spender ambassador from
australia after the united states
but there was a pleasure to welcome back an old friend
my guest tonight is only an old friend of the costco program he's a tried and
true friend of our country
whatever the where trouble diplomatically speaking
you can always count on our friend from australia to pitch in when the going
gets rough
depression i guess give something
about the recent conference in manila
do we actually get what we wanted out of that
southeast asian packed
depend upon what you mean oh...
what you wanted
i think that there was a are very substantial meetings of meeting of minds
and having to go out to the difficulties which were confronted with
i think was a very successful result
well it is to be any good actually have india and the others
some of the southeast asian nation stay out of the we certainly we wouldn't
anticipate because if we hadn't thought it was good
you must make a stop somewhere we know that other countries that have different
views to our own
uh... we understand the reasons why the defense
about davis failures you know that we should go ahead and we did go ahead
what do you think the uh... the comedy threat in southeast asia is the next big
threat to that wearing their necks
the pitches to come from moscow
high i can say with any uh... any degree of certainty whether mixed up usually
apply run everybody well it's always applied where the weaknesses
my feeling is that has been the sometime tossed that uh...
uh... trouble who always aka in that part of the world if any further trouble
dot to ca
closer pursue a lot of people over this country
correctly or incorrectly that the united states is again holding me back if i may
say so on the south east asian defense alliance and that we are committed to
fight in defense of certain countries but uh...
they are not committed to fight unless they find that the action is in their
self-interest bertram item if you look taller
solicitor
uh... after all the under the terms of the treaty
we'd all enjoy into exactly the same obligation
uh... then you'd agree at all that obligation in terms of betty because
bodies with countries depending upon their military strength in economics
tend to end their interest
after all it is quite clear that uh... that this country with a it's a greater
economic and military strength to america to carry vegan major portions of
the movement eighteen piece in there
in that part of the world
but you will not find our own country
and lacking in his desire to work at all times and carrying out to the folded
obligations we've got a big deal
support
i suppose all we're talking about buchanan's venues and threats
what is the situation with
the communist party him your own australia
well i suppose that's precisely the same as it is in most democratic countries
for has been a communist party in our country
there have been more mannequins to to deal with it by legislation
uh... but the most effective means which so far been found to deal with it
off first by uh... the record unionist themselves inside a union
and secondly by what date is cold out country the secret ballot for
reconnection of union leaders
and so that uh... we have a secret ballot applies
communist leaders were not able to engage in a usual tactics
of reading about
i think you've got a lot of applause for america by the family that yoga morale
at that focused on an issue letter
yes they did an article of communism
have the russians reacted at all to europe very stern action in connection
with this man but i am sanctuary we only have been the result is well-known to
the world if i'm able to speak about
namely that uh... they withdrew their raft they withdrew their embassy of
represent which in the spirit of and uh... we as a result did likewise
they have no relations with the uh...
soviet union and i understand i understand the inspector economic entry
gretna protocol correctly
relations among broken off
but uh...
when mister nixon
had come to his guns loaded priscilla presley what about the situation in
japan now now the russians are trying to draw japan into that paid over would you
consider that a dangerous situation for your country and for
i do not don't worry about that uh... jian
prime aim arbor russian in relation to japan
is at least utilization of japan
but open about that
it's purpose is to seek
by whatever means are are open to it
by blemish goodbye pressured by in by name by internal operations
tourette bring japan into the orbit of the soviet uh... and communist influence
afterall stalin's sent uh... a long time ago that uh...
effect that could be accomplished in the belief of the soviet was at that
that for the world of the communist world would be invincible
and so uh... that any attempt to advise my rational by the communists
a protective ten into uh... into its orbit
uh... is one which is grocers concern with roster to all the free world whose
purpose of ought to be to do whatever it can
uh... to enable that japan to develop and be mankind as a democratic country
will suffer c_e_o_s
does australia fear most the spread of communism or is it afraid of every
vilified aggression by japan
not at all times that we have been that have been twenty-odd accepting the
proposition that the roots of democracy have gone down deep into the uh...
japanese wildlife
it's uh... very proper observations to make let me see the immediate problem in
the foreseeable future
aspect of communist aggression
what do you think about the rearmament germany is at boeing australians where
much of a new tears because uh... afterall into world war was a we have
heard that we have come into it
into a state of war means that after seven seas
as a result of incident which took place a long way from atul in europe
and so what it takes place in europe is a consequence to us
we believe in very firmly
but you cannot deal with segment of the world except in terms of
seen the whole problem globally
gossipers ilike to it
turn to a place is a little near to your uh...
country then uh... you know that's korea
r_u_ withdrawing your troops in korea the way the
we have in the british have at least a portion of that there have been already
it was not only in the last
to three days and these nuns were all discussed a cross between a the
different nations
and that we have the same as you will withdraw on some of our troops do you
think that will create a vacuum that looked at the commerce to try to come
back down again i don't think so if you think they'll observed armistice i do
not think the president and missus my own judgment i do not think we are
likely to meet
in career foreseeable future
immediate resumption october depression
the first year garcia sitting at the share of australia that coming up
general assembly of the united nations opening next week
and this letter industry questions there and
one that every one of the united states is interested in is the admission of red
china do you think it's going to give us trouble at this coming session i don't
think any more than in the past
what do you think will happen to it
postponed again
uh...
i would think that uh... there wasn't any uh...
a real danger of communist china being the president of the nations at this
issue
series and the foreseeable future is out of phrases banded about i think
well to look at the court said it's a his band around like so many other
places but none of us can see anymore than that
a certain a certain that
top of the future
and that there is nothing in at the time of the in life in this paper that is it
what is the president about their suppresses the
desire out greece to incorporate cypress with his empire out past you are all the
davidians going to back the
position of great britain
and his reluctance to turn over the
island of cyprus to decrease
uh... i will do no more than say that uh... this is a process and other
privately which great britain is interested
but we do have event this uh... for many other reasons and from private popping
out buddy close association with great britain
well you've got another case is close to home you've got the indonesians wanting
to take over
west new d_n_a_ mansion
and what it is on that without the use of the next best more months
we say in the first place it doesn't matter which is uh... one which ought to
be brought into the night of nations uh...
at all
and secondly when the uh... if she was examined this in the slightest merit in
mclean of indonesia
that they're making
meet these people of west new guinea off quite different people altogether
i've never from eye-popping able to understand
i walked justification of a tropical otherwise
you can hand over that
i think that either by this or that means
uh... one-and-a-half million people a lot different people altogether
without asking them what they think we don't have all the people these days i
have to anyone
the president has said in this country
britain exercise a veto over the actions of the united states and in turn india
exercise a veto over the actions of
uh... accurate would you say that uh... areas
well from my mister cochran's trade deficit
that's uh... slogan which has been about a big deal yet
uh...
it's quite clear that uh... his never nationwide if it wants to act
at the seal a cost of combat
that which it is too in respective eleven nations think
inflicted by any veto
nation if it wants to come so he will do this irrespective of the people think
but in these days
in the world in which we live
uh... it's a very wise policy to have to go out to the views about the nation's
to condition
precisely what the policy of the nation should be
about to have a doctorate determine policy and it's quite impossible for the
clinton policy
without having the gop you've a lot of people of the world
suppressing out the present time rows of proposal for peacetime atomic who seems
to be coming along right uh... australia's element in that yes we
indicated are acceptance are believed to have a proposal rock beginning
suffers it's almost a year since you've been on this program
i to ask you to feel that the alliance of a free nations is as strong as it was
during the korean war or other scenes showing just a little yet
right around the office of the so that they were in the last twelve months so
that has been a substantial shift in the balance of power throughout the world
behind uh... united nations of course the struggle for power goes on
that probably because of the addressee address that policy of the soviet russia
and uh... and the communist china
and uh... that uh...
changing that balance of power as prime we do it
uh... to the success of the promise of hepatic commuting indochina
and of the psychological successes example in preventing thereby well
bringing about that
indirectly head of the collapse of the d_c_
and by the progress which they have made a note on the competitive with them
i mean in the result of course if they i'd change in the balance of i don't
mean by that that they have the best way to keep the balance of power but they
have to change it
and their program the set
we had a problem which confronts of the free world greater urgency
thank you very much success is always a pleasure to have something to say that
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our distinguished guest for this evening ist even a metro
chairman of the democratic national committee
well is the time is all good americans knowing me
draws well faster and faster than the political winds of time when the
chairman of both
usually
the pair they can foresee a trend so i'll ask i guess tonight mister mitchell
as chairman of the democrats
do you really foresee a trend
yes i think so i've got probably as i see two trends
one of them is a
uh... i think clearly definable
uh... that favors they
uh... democratic candidates in the democratic party over the republican
party
but the other one uh... disturbs me and that i'd keep hearing up
of uh... apathy and uh... of lower registration and some areas than we
should live
what do you know you think there is much excitement about this election and what
a little registration actually hurt you
i think that a high registration helps the democratic party i think the people
of this country are predominantly democratic
uh... i've believed that the situation changes in part to some degree from one
place to another
citizen it pretty dangerous to generalize i think mister mister
through excellent their issues do you feel it'd give new these kind of new
strength that everybody is predicting for you
what particular issue anyone while i think there are a number of of um...
of the way pretty heavily with people
of one is a of course the economic ah... issue
uh... whether people feel that they are better or worse off with
the republicans and power and most of them are
satisfied that there were so awful for that
uh... they are uneasy a little apprehensive about the future
i believe there is a basic issue as to whether people feel left a our country
is more or less secure at the present time than we were in fifty two and i
think that they are
uneasy again that
feel that their lives
secure
uh... there are also i was born a growing anxiety on the part of the
many people
of modest means or average means that there has been favoritism shown by the
a republican eisenhower administration to was special groups
uh... to big business that's was emphasized i believe
decidedly
uh... by the
secretary wilson remarks lightly by being
dixon yates
uh...
deal
uh... the tax bill
uh... which
favorite people who receive dividends as against those who
earn their money by
working and i factory or
uh... by wages or salary
well now you've made dixon gates pretty much your own trademark connects
regarding the t_v_a_ contracts
pretty much by just asking questions are you ever going to be prepared to step up
and offer testimony or facts in that case live band repair done i uh...
suggest to you know i have been very directly very
of positive an explicit in the statements that
are have made
and they have been borne out in every single
instincts
from the beginning by
they
testimony that has been given
uh... before the anti-monopoly subcommittee and under a republican
senator liner
uh... by the news that we finally been able to
get through leaks or
by the activities of newspaperman about the various drafts of the contract
and i've course that i was writing one
chairman call asked me to testify i said of course i'll testify anytime or
anyplace in many mister mitchell if you're in control of the congress
and a member
the uh... that bill
what will happen to have the accountability to many of the responded
now all day before they finally established the they've sent the hearing
for november the fourth i was going to say that they set the hearing for the
end of
early in september and then they advance that august and then they cancelled it
now they've put it leon
uh...
the election i'm going up to binghamton new york
and make a speech which is
and the town that uh... chairman cole lives and it's in his congressional
district on saturday night i'll have some more to say about it
well i don't know i think i'll answer your question mister lewis or i don't
know
think that dixon yates is ever going to build that plant
well you know here's something i don't understand
uh... senator fulbright who is certainly a good loyal democrat and had a great
deal of integrity has said that this is a very fine contract and he's quite
happy with it
i think these misinformed
aren't think that uh... you should also have in mind that ami
the one who lives in arkansas is not unaware of the fact that there are
certain benefits to arkansas from having the proposed plant built in that place
well i uh...
i'm sure that senator fulbright is entitled to disagree with most of his
colleagues just as senator cooper i republican disagrees with the
republicans
senator cooper is very
uh... anxious to align himself in opposition to the dixon yates contract
mister mitchell a
i ask you a question about what you actually do it now a national chairman
mastermind of the uh...
a national campaign because this is a visa local campaign to what else do you
do decide to make speeches as national chairman
well it seems that uh... uh... i have uh...
part of the responsibility for raising the money
which uh... bond which we carry on these activities of the party
uh... being seems to me i'm embarq planes are
speaking a good bet at the time it's true but all are actually a large to the
largest part of the work
is in maintaining contact with candidates and with the leaders of the
party and an administrative work and they
uh... national committee all of them and it seems to be fair money
out money coming in for the democratic coming in all but there were still a
long way behind them you court will ever match the republicans
bob where uh...
uh... doing a little ball a little better and we've been very much
heartened by the response that people have given a slightly
uh... that brings up of
another point though that
shows uh... illustrates the point i made to you
on bob greene favoritism of all
uh... the republican but administration through
of big business i dot A
and letter today you know that was sent to us by a democrat who have been
solicited by some republicans
of four a contribution to the republican citizens for eisenhower
newsletter came from a plan is as a businessman are solidly behind our
efforts to keep that congress sympathetic
uh...
and more favorable maintain a more favorable atmosphere for business
i think that they have a little
well envelope it says the story in a nutshell
and ken that they have a peanut
and then they say the money we are asking from businessman is just peanuts
compared to what electing a republican congress can mean to business your
business
uh... there's that
i'd say that's that
in a nutshell is uh... the philosophy of the eisenhower republican
administration
letting other people as a whole lot of our preference to businesses so circum
i think you put them under suspicion about them
electorate generally
what about the popularity of the president himself
mr mc farthing generated too
i think it's been a fact that i think generally that uh...
most of the people of the country who
voted for him uh...
or who didn't vote for more xinhua laid like into
succeeded like him to be president of all of the people
it's uh... they sort of identify themselves on our country's well-being
with having the while president get along well
i don't think you gonna make much difference in this campaign he hasn't so
far i don't think you will
but it may get hurt begets and what will be for talking about the philosophy in
for a moment ago
love early in the campaign you disassociated the democratic party from
the americans for democratic action do you think that that's giving you an
extra strong push in the campaign
now although i are made it clear has a
think i should have a nine
point that they would uh...
ways to do that there are separate uh... organization that there are no part of
the democratic party i made it clear i thought that we're glad to have
their support that is that of
any group of loyal americans for our
candidates are our principles whenever they agree with them
manner not running us more not running them i don't think that made me
different
but if you do and then our in our uh...
activities if you do win in november a lot element of the party you expect will
be in control of conservatives or the liberals
why don't we give him
answer that question of those uh... those terms
it all
i think that the democratic party
essentially has a liberal and progressive
of political organization i think there's a place an ad for conservatives
and indeed uh...
uh... there is a
uh... it would mop too much if there were people of different points of view
will look at another way do you think that a democratic victory would market
upsurge in the strength of the uh...
overawed republican
why do
i do i think that's uh... that's a very important point i think that there's a
wide missus uh... conception
uh... that uh... a republican victory would somehow help
president eisenhower
actually the republicans who are running for office whose names are on the ballot
would say why this is a mandate for us
y c we best of the people like what we're doing
and had more than half of them are opposing the president
well that the democrats do win in november eighteen people going to be
uh...
friendly to me i have a problem are you going to be a hostile to them on the
grounds that uh...
faulty handed out what already alexander or what
part of the program we're talking about her he proposes
a great many of the
of parts of the
uh... congressional or record received in support of democratic
of boats they couldn't have been inactive the
without them
there many un
which they were opposed and i think that same thing will happen again
idea certainly do not think that uh...
uh... there will be a disposition to oppose for the sake of opposition
uh... we've known speaker rayburn and mr
uh... mister
senator
johnson made that clear air that uh...
we reject the suggestion that there would be of cold war between the
president and the
congress it takes two to make a war and we don't propose to
uh... enter into one with the president of the united states
uh...
on political matters at the expense of
the american people charlie
thank you very much mister mister
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our distinguished guest for this evening is the honorable sterling gold
representative from new york
and chairman of the joint committee on atomic energy
bruising full we're very eager to talk to you about it i can't do tonight
but i wonder if you don't mind explaining to us the difference between
the joint atomic energy committee at which you were chairman and the atomic
energy commission
the commission atomic commission is the agency of the executive
branch of government
which has the responsibility of administering the atomic energy law
the joint committee
is uh... as the word joint indicates
a committee of the congress composed of nine senators and nine members of the
house
which uh...
is charged by the law with the
being constantly informed of with respect to the atomic energy program
and at the joint committee considers any revisions in the atomic energy act
usually one is a legislative committee the other is an executive and you had
their full cooperation
between you and leave it and the commission has really been amazing
mister actions the
fine spirit of cooperation that has existed from the very beginning
between the uh... commission and the legislative committee
there's a loophole it seems that one of the greatest events to me that uh... you
people have been faced with is the president's offer to set up a joint
pool of atomic energy for peacetime uses
and uh... i think now that the russians have made a counterproposal to present
eisenhower's offer
in which they state they would that they would do desire
amoral band on the use of atomic weapons
just as there was a moral ban on the use of poison gas in the last one i do think
that that is acceptable
buffet wasn't exactly a counter-proposal as i understand mr saurabh
the russian position has always been that uh... the nations of the world
should outlawed the use of atomic weapons
her reply to the eisenhower plan
that uh... the participants the conferees
consider
the outlawing of atomic bomb
now with that i can find no disagreement that the conferees give consideration to
i'd do hope very however that they their considerations not serious norm nor long
life
wanted me first it
ask for a scrapping of atomic
weapons and the uh... stepping other means of a production but now they seem
to want any moral ban on the use of them
although they would be
ready as weapons of retaliation
that was uh... the russian counterproposal to the group plan
that uh...
the countries theater countries having atomic weapons to
before goldie use of them
when you see on her convert her condition of the uh... with respect to
the eisenhower planned his along the same line what do you think that could
be acceptable to this country after all would we be depriving us sales of the
only weapon in which we are superior to the russians
that's why i feel are conferees should be able to work to consideration to the
to the uh... suggestion i would be unthinkable for us to ever agree not to
use the atomic weapon
it might not become a time when the too
part of the world will roughly equal in atomic weapons and on the logic might be
to ban them
i don't think that timing uh... would necessarily have arise
because it is conceivable that
to two countries russia and ourselves may have
and an offensive potential that would neutralize the other
then please uh... the advantage would shift
to that country which placed the same degree of emphasis on the use of atomic
energy for defensive
as was used for offense
who keys the former head of the atomic energy commission uh... david in paul
has suggested that
if we can't come to any agreement with the
soviet union on the eisenhower proposal for a joint pool of atomic energy for
peacetime uses
we should go along with the western world and set up such an agency
how do you feel about that that's exactly the feeling i have heard from
the time president eisenhower
made his pronouncement
but at least we cannot allow
too
successfully upset the eisenhower plan
it is so essential
that the countries of the world's unite and pool their knowledge in their
efforts
to using atomic energy for the government
that we can't allow any recalcitrant belligerent country to interfere with
because so much good can come from
it's been very much like the marshall plan which the russians
refused to come into
were unable to wreck
it's somewhat like the marshall plan except there is the distinction as i see
it
we're not giving
away too
countries of the world something of extreme value
what we are giving now is
is information in advance
to these other countries
we're getting them knowledge that they all would eventually learn some time
wilma security standpoint there is a nickel
could we give away some of our tonic
fuel to a agency for joint international usa while the russians still used to be
a atomic energy for the making of bombs
could we keep up our lead in the atomic grace if we did that i don't uh... and
version that the eisenhower plan would uh...
measurably interfere with our stockpile of atomic weapons and certainly if i
thought that it did
uh... jeopardize our national security
as would never
but conversely would say then
but if they are in power plant goes into effect
it will cut down the amount of atomic weapons in the world world cup and
russia's atomic
weapon highlighted by the way back
problem remains unsolved
it will interfere and to some extent with the uh... talent pool
potential of whatever country has that potential but not in a in a great degree
sincerely contributions will be the largest leo
well so if we didn't work out this plan with the russians wouldn't we be giving
them away because uh... some of the know-how on the industrial use of atomic
energy
some of the know-how which they might not get otherwise
assuming which i think to be the fact that uh... russia does not have the
knowledge
constructed productive uses of atomic energy that we had
if the eisenhower plan is put into effect and russia participates then of
course russia is going to benefit by it
much more than we will
russia has nothing to give us i think
uh... from this kind of standpoint of using atomic energy for peacetime
missions
it wouldn't russia then be able to play
a peacetime use
peacetime engines and speak and put it in a submarine
and making broken a four out of it
of course you could just the same as any other country
to whom we might
give this knowledge and uh... allow the use of the fissionable material
but as i say heat
desire for war the need for war becomes greatly lessened
as this great new forces used for production on things
for which people go to war represent a cool what is your idea how this plan
would actually work with me and international agency
setup
factories are plans for the making of uh... nuclear fuel around the world all
the actually put up industrial plants to create electric energy and who would
almost plants
that is this one of the details that this uh... conference must uh... work on
maya
my own thinking is that uh... the international organization
may either
own and operate the plants
or the international organization may simply supervise plans
a country which has need for anatomic uh...
our plan for the plight of the international agency
they need
the international agency would
consider conditions
and above all
thought that ate one of these projects must be
self-sustaining must be self liquidating must be a profitable
enterprise
to get away from this uh...
w_p_a_ aspect and giveaway aspect it must be something constructive
when i ask you a legal do you think that uh...
the eisenhower plan that would be encounter any opposition in congress if
the russians went along with us
the plan
has so much
in it that appeals to that
decency of people in the world
that i just can't believe that
any american or any member of congress
would seriously protest providing
the american people and the congress an all time
are sured that this plan will not interfere with the national security
which nobody wants
there nobody expects the plan
jeopardy rash supported it
growth hyper growth but change the subject of people still unaccounted
entity
it is a bounce that
yesterday we were growing two divisions from korea
does not have uh...
any relationship to developments in the atomic field
and it can
atomic weapons
be a substitute for manpower
in the long run
i think mister picture that
the more we uh...
improve our atomic capacity
greater versatility we chief and atomic weapons
good last will become the need for foot soldiers
however i don't think there was any connection between the decision to
uh... withdraws two divisions from correa has any relationship to
the use of atomic weapons
bascue identical its
all conditions were favorable towards the eisenhower planet its acceptance by
the russians we work everything out how long would actually take before such a
a program could be worked out for the beneficial use of atomic energy
well takes about three years to build a
anatomic
power plant
are expected if the conferees the get together reasonably soon but i a
summertime
or fall formulate their plans
designs can be worked out
by nineteen fifty-five
construction started in the summer fall fifty five or so that perhaps within the
next four or five years
we can anticipate
anatomic are planted anyplace in the world of the country that
as need for it
will be an operation bullies norplant's be competitive with that
other types of fuel cold water power
all yes of course dot that's the uh... that's the goal that were all working
for us to make them competitive
so that the countries of the world which have no calls i have no water resources
can't have nevertheless have electrical energy
to make the things that the people need
the final question everything paula let me ask you
we all off right netting of the atomic bomb spassky do you think that the
public should have more information about the peaceful uses of atomic energy
that's one of the appealing aspects of the guys in our plan
is to start the minds of people thinking in the direction of how we can use this
for the good of mankind
and the people should know
at the same force can be used for the good of people
to a greater degree than for the destruction people
already more lives have been saved by the use of atomic energy than has ever
been destroyed and the two explosions in japan the people don't generally realize
that
and yet at the field of medicine is scarcely been touched
in the field of preserving foods
in areas where they don't have uh... like device boxes and so forth it has
great possibilities to say nothing of generating electricity
for manufacturing goods that people need
the peacetime uses art
without mint
and the people should
thank you very much for example the being here with us tonight
the opinions you're our speakers expressed tonight a band kar liya karo
the editorial board for this edition of the mounting problems built was larry
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our distinguished guest
closely i will stay wrinkles representative from new york and
chairman of the joint committee on atomic energy
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may i have reduced our collateral for this edition of the monthly incomes phil
from the c_b_s_ television news the larry mister
and walter cronkite
our distinguished guests this evening is key coleman m
commissioner of internal revenue
mister anders you've been on this job of collecting our taxes for the morning
here now
quiet about it
before i ask you about the
work you've done so far michael s
just what your qualifications were for this
vitally important folks
maybe i should say fresh that they're a lot of people don't think i've been sick
glad about it
than that and that uh...
i'm basically a course uh... an account
uh... management modernization has been my bonus for a long time and i've taken
several experiment from
practice in through public affairs
and uh... addition of that i have
administrative responsibility and the military services and wrinkled in law
and i am like to thank at least that the president the secretary informed me
because they think that we did they
job they did the past throughout i hope that originally also democrat to a large
acer
a trailer conservative democrat
we're commissioner
in this year that you've been on the job review
discovered any evidence with the american public is involved in
widespread
shirking of their duty and vision tracks
nollie happen and i i i don't think they are some of the fact
because we
we have a rama interesting situation in this country
we found that the average american taxpayer
uh... has a pretty high respect for his government's willing to carry his share
of the role of the cost of it
and if it were not for that
and i'm afraid that we would not in trouble long time ago we figure that
about ninety seven percent of all the people in this country
pay that tax is uh...
voluntarily agreed we call it voluntary compliance that come up that text and
times of mister tax collector
is what uh... figure my income is enough for you thank you so much inheritance
to might help define for me
a communist country n forward
stability of its tax system comes to commit i'm afraid that most of the
fealty
other fellows getting away with
the more than we are now
is there any against listing every possible reduction in expenses on your
income tax
you know nothing against and we want people to do that week
we want every taxpayer to get the benefit of ever deduction that the law
allows in and where there are optional ways of
computing once actually want him to have the wave that is least expensive to him
it will take the least amount of money out of his pocket presence
taken out of the standard deduction
there may be
in most cases the
away jenna will take the standard deduction because it's simple he doesn't
have to worry about itemizing his defection but suppose
somebody has a
a badge fell on the list in the in his doctor's bill and hospital bills run-up
file may be something
disasters occurs to a close-up of that condo is house catches fire
uh... that sort of person should
sat down and make his deductions in detail sources say well an obvious to me
that managed to take them that way all the claim the standard deduction of ten
percent
when you have a way of together that we want him to take your view of their
money people nonsense overpayment toxins by
of mob completely understand inflexible
they have no doubt about that is not a matter of feeling good
there aren't that many people who paying for instance shit
in the taxpayer can bus it we've talked about
do you have a lot about
we found that many people who have overpaid as well as a lot of course who
hadn't paid an awful and didn't bring it all
and we picture every uh... make many reforms too
all types of taxpayers' individuals corporations and partnerships trusts and
so on
indicating that
an excess payment of taxes
might have a lot of house-to-house canvassing whose mentioned uh...
some newspapers problem operation snoop
called estoppel methods that you want around asking people left their homes
whether or not the intended taxes and uh... and demanded proof that they have
in store for numbering close actually doing your campus one of the accomplish
there
well list operations noble cause we love them
oracle
journalists again denied
of course if i were newspaper reporter i'd be pretty proud of having a bit
about what actually looks at it and whether that's
and all what we do is to go from one of the land
hecho on
well not people
at each other teams have father account
it's not a smoked in any sense is no biting into people's homes
anything of that kind
we're going go on the home unless we invited the men don't usually go up
if a person declines to answer our questions and uh... more than someone
they don't have to learn
there's no hard feelings on on the bus park we don't get mad at anybody about
it
and the fact of the matter is that has been about pleasant experience
we've had uh...
well i remember in new england and the entire
canvas up there in the first month
when it first came to light that
seem to be something unusual which it wasn't
was because it explosive
on that subject than on the books and his friend phone since nineteen and
twenty six
we didn't have been a difficult it was on the one person and several thousand
leavin
who seem to get
beyond happy about it
it's not a smoke
is marian effort to find out that everybody is on the tax rules and
should be on
so that everybody will pay his fair share of the taxes
as congress intended and i
our reaction or other
experience is that the average person is glad to know
that this uh...
insemination being made by us
everybody is going to be paying just like he is
i might say that
since we started that uh... rather since we visit on that
is being done elsewhere no right now for instance of one st and one important
city where exactly the same thing being done on the state level in the first
instance in on the local level in the uk
my signature what exactly
what exit
technologies you cracking down on the radio standing forms of innovation
well of course the people that uh...
that we have particularly interested in after handing only text dodging aspect
of it on the people who did limit set out
two of the very end that payment of that taxes
either by not filing a return of all
or else by
the understating their income all the stating that the duct
and uh... i'm sure if we had time on this program to read
just some of the cases to let people see what was happening and we know about
about the wisdom impropriety of what we're doing to catch the evite
robert there's like one of the economy where there's more pollution than on the
other
well uh...
uh... i think that question could probably answer the firm actively
usually find of course it
uh... in the people engaged in the legal pursuit research they don't want to
disclose their income
probably cause ur
they just don't operate on me
on the legal basis in the first place
and secondly because perhaps uh... predicted that way
then there
the illegal activities would become known and become subject oh caught up
with a long
on there
criminal for serbs probably tournament let's take another break tricky for me
to make a sellout
mister commissioner but we don't think it's pretty uh...
uh... though on the challenger on that cruise gone with the military planning
at that time i figured i'd love that
amid much must be having to get back at it on the red for prisons
which i would like to high school students we find that they make one
proposal in areas of the average taxpayer
so in high school students can make this i'm pretty sure that the average
and our taxpayer can draw firstly harlequin titles on the performers perot
nobody had one classroom race that is seven two five percent of
those kids have to pay taxes and endorsing some of the house listed as a
commission of one of the main prisons i've heard against income tax laws that
they seem to favor the businessman and are not the wage-earner most of us the
salary
makers and we just maker legitimate business deductions but it seems rather
unfair that the uh...
the man in business can make more depreciation method
focus on its face i suppose that's true but uh...
you have to get down to the bedrock economy
or economics of the question that card
uh... anything that is done too
simplify the problem of the news in complying with his tax obligation
through downtown from that led to the credit
of the individual
quiet because
or taxes that i know nothing about accepted state in gift taxes
uh... goes into the cost of product which the individual has to bar
and he may not
did he may think that the
been identified as a get more than a fit
because that's where they
simplification of cars actually what happens is that
in the final analysis keep getting an indirect benefits by law
cost of the things he has to buy it
plus not correct to say that though because you change
a push low-tech spin is that
is unfairly individual that's a very
sharp said in our point of a lot of our people stay in show business where their
talents do tend to depreciate we take an actress susan beauty may be her
chief talent now it was rather unfair to renew
unfairness
well i think that's a very unfortunate situation but that brings up a brother
interesting question
and ideas suit as a desk where i fit into the tax picture
we are they
and forces of the tax law
it's up to us to collect the taxes that congress
says
shelby cool evidence aston collective
a problem that kind of the matter of tax policy
congressman herman's tax policy in the final analysis
administration
acting through the second iteration undersecretary
determine who should pay what taxes and at what rate
therefore problem that kind even though it may be distressing is not one that i
have a nepal to correct it has to be corrected by highland park and of course
congress has to accept
and suggestion on that score
the final question mister andrews what advice could you give the average
wage-earner to uh...
make his deduction up we prove it to the uh... your collectors
the average wage and of course
his taxes a little
so he doesn't have a particular problem on how much sex
or pay
i think i am repression ought to keep a pretty good record of what they spend so
that if at the end of the year
use of the advantage of claim that the documents in detail
they would do that government claimed that ten percent
overall
deduction on standby sync with the same under that way
thank you thank you very much mister commission and is in the provisional
united
thank you so it's been a play the race
the opinions that you've read our speakers expressed a lot of an entire
liberal
the editorial board for this edition of the loan gene promise bilbao's
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our distinguished guests
busty coleman and rooms
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they are c_b_s_ news correspondents
larry mister and walter cronkite
our distinguished guest for this evening at three colin n
connection there are the internal revenue
as our guest tonight would be the first to admit
nobody knows the tax collector
well it's a bit of taxes all within the realm of politics
job of mister andrews is to see that we paid no more or no less
then where budget do by law
estimates just as the deadline for
filing income tax returns is still a few days away if you have any idea how many
people haven't found it
well mall not
not exactly how many have not
file but
we've been keeping in
pretty close touch with that from time to time
and of course we won't know until after the april fifteenth deadline has passed
for individual juneau corporations passed on fifteen th of march
verbally or model after that april fifteenth deadline has passed and we
started the results of msi what would pander filed in each
to the following period
just exactly what the patent school will be
we do know that a lot of people have been fired yet who should have
if you know that
yes we do know that
people will be in people as we always are they they've taken advantage of
only opportunity which they were supposed to have
we'll have another thirty days ago nothing else and i think i should say
that all those folks who have violet
the people at work in the revenue service you are not themselves almost
two and a filing kernan
uh... i hope no one is going to
think that i should be a insisted drove people work
all the time between now and april fifteenth and on take care of people who
have a good
more properly and now
rather wait until the last minute let the extension of the mister andrews of
the uh... planning period for another month
that of any help to the uh...
revenue service
yes it has been
it's been a tremendous help to us as well as a video help to the taxpayers
helped us in this way
we have to keep in mind a lot of time
at all times what out two main problems on the one is to collect taxes
and number two who is to uh...
again after those people who
inclined to hold back on us and those who though they don't pull back and
applauding nevertheless
this don't like to pay taxes
many other books
and i think it slows down those two efforts
psa nonetheless in the patient
so what we what we have been able to do with this
extended time period is too
keep more about people that their regular pass
and therefore we've been able holed up collections and
holed up in fact the increase the number of examinations made of tax returns
we have to some extent gotten rid of that
running on mister andrews of morals are going to get shocked because it was like
a month
we've been given
it sure does
you know we've been on a problem of filling up bala
auditing organization now
examiners for
on l_a_ eighteen months now
and we expect to go right on up to the point where we will probably have about
the
places many
feel a lot of things that we had
two years ago a eighteen months ago
and probably
uh... half again waala
as
fraud investigators and we have at that time
and i might say that
when improved auditing methods
uh... and they need
increased costs
we expect to
exam on fortran movement in return for twice the number of people
four percentage of the
total number of people putting in returns we'll get checked them without
and i want you like to know that habit ya back atcha broadcast let me get
through this morning we are
wouldn't go on a happy what happens is that read many people
return don't have to be checked the clinton and congress their entire from
withholding than we know what that is in the north texting or
then that we get off the scale
the probability of being checked increases
room in proportion to the presence of a number of factors which we don't intend
to go into so that i'll say that's not
as we increased our staff
are jamming staff
and as we improve our methods
the probability
uh... in iran
and not getting checked is diminishing by reference
don't you go to a point where the
cost of the uh... collecting of the taxes
if the diminishing return for the amount of taxes collected reaction it there is
no longer mission return without say this we havent reach that point you have
and i'm not that they have gone
river come across that bridge when we get no if i may say so mister
commissioner
some people think that the nineteen fifty four tax returns that are
extremely complicated one editorial so that they were the most complicated in
the whole history of income
do you think that criticism
what would you like to me too
say what i think of that particular statement
i think that particular statement was made more to create effect than it was
too
show any evidence of having them instead of the situation
and uh...
as part of that
provocation generally is concerned though you probably interested to know
that actually
that has been relatively little criticism
that they returned from more difficult than they have them in the past now
there's only one would good reason for that matter is that they stopped any
more difficult than they've been in the past
the exception of to schedule
you know we now have a credit for dividends in the credit for retirement
income
no one was criticized those returns share has suggested that we leave those
those calculations off about mister
and no one has to get to them a better way to do it than we've provided
solely on the complaint on that that uh... that are essentially different
from last you know that's prompt him for
that bill for the follows the
affair sized improvement on one
weekend for you how
which is for the
the spot taxpayer mansion income up to five thousand dollars who want to take
the standard deduction of ten percent
that's just the perfect for my income tax
former then about a devastating
nam that's not just my opinion
representatives of
eighty five different governments in the world of the bank to lash out tell us
that
it's really than simplest thing about it over the bop
but decided it would check made on the card so it could be processed manually
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financially do you want
detached
threatened by a simple question
questions that anybody can answer contains no copulation
we do all the work
soul really from outside of five million people we've made the job of allot
easier
and we shouldn't have made it in a more difficult
for the rest of mixed up
to the extent
that we'd have to provide
uh... a means of creating some of the credit should congress in this desire to
give some relief
and given by me
developed in nineteen fifty four
offender thirteen fifty or try to figure out
how much each investigator these new man you're talking about how much he's
investigators should bring in
in order to pay for his own salary and expenses where we don't
we don't think you know how much you should bring in which we know how much
he actually about uh...
uh... actually what happens is as we put a new man on man in the first year after
he has
vendors job
and i think you quite a few months to get him up to that point
your problem
bring in ten to one
the next year
he'd get up to me that when it too
and then she goes on he might even get to the point of
of hers but she says that in product to run some old friends since of allah
investigators
produce as much as a part of a million dollars in revenue a year
and they only get paid about ten thousand dollars
cc that's twenty five to one
that what they bring in depends upon how good they are not a word we don't
concentrate we'll save a bit of rain so much money we checked and you've got to
be a good agent
if he's a good agent that money comes as a matter of course
using a hero
oversimplifying the amount of bookkeeping required by those in
middletown higher income brackets subject for those who are
independent contractor so to speak professional men doctors lawyers and
uh...
radio announcers people like that they give you a freakin sumo
right through that may explain a little bit on that
the fact of the matter is that
not nearly as many people keep
the records they should
uh... as
we would like to see is a matter of fact that's in over half of the people who
should keep some kind regards don't
now then uh... how can you simplify something for somebody who isn't already
doing what he should be done
and moreover you can't separate
by the dole people in the quietness of attack someone to discipline by the law
itself
with a twenty dollar
across the board of health care problem any every gone through the
it would have played havoc with us administrative we would withhold that
simpson was guilty than we've been
with have abandoned
i don't believe that with the ministry of a possible for us the family
well since there are
several days left for work
twenty million taxpayers i guess to file their returns mister andrews any advice
to give them now
knew that i do i i have some advice to give them
waterfall awhile please get out and then get the job although well and all that
the last minute because uh...
on that last minute arrives
uh... we guess can get to everybody that
wants to be helped
we have all kinds of facilities for nothing
everybody
provided bill come out of soon
with a reasonable spread of fighting
and not all at one time
and we just can't do anything for those who don't show up on time
and the clinton after managed to make
considerably the standards of the person s for an extension on filing their
returns
here's an invitation for an investigation
no sir
monaco
thank you very much like to go on and it was
the commissioner of internal revenue
thank you very much um... related to offend you
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mister william bradford healing editor of the american mercury and mister
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perhaps you can tell us something about the pressures that were brought on new
when you were assistant attorney general
what kind of pressures are they
for the chance of the french as well i was sitting there for the mission
if you can understand that
but they came largely from the summit of the congressman almost continously
from the
prominently in public life that
normal here
they come in the form of telephone calls and visits or what
we have a number of of communications of course work over the telephone
but there were many many conferences that were head with services
and congressman
in my office and if so they have the allure
is so busy i would accommodated you'll go to his office
what would be a typical request
sukru quince
with tax cases for example involved o_d_s_ when i was in the tax division
text you should be barred by i remember one no
who's troubled me a great deal of what was one of greater than love dot
one was one of the american
rushing to do another man have quoted germany found that with the vice
president would be called me about both of you there live
quarta-feira fratricide
one so he was he was uh...
he was concerned about the
the interests of this fellow
cannot deliver but if you can see the about-face keys was sick of sodium six
armed it was wrong
enough to win that uh...
the doctors
mcgovern's office prevent
that the ordeal of which i would not result in the jet was definitely there
was no other alternative but to go ahead with his view cameras part of that that
is very little
further for our viewers of course your this antonio you're from north carolina
aptly instances of financial that's four years your word
and in a uh...
text-based the department of justice has uh... here that day
say it started ada prosecutor attacks case
does just that
yes so you know that that's what brought you are now all these precious that's
right um...
un forces you to do is keep this
power to another homeless in your absence
and you really have to say that all is committed to add a appearing on the
president several directed at me
yes uh... improvement solely
etiquette
michigan uh... i thought that uh... medicare faces
taken every friday all is good friends you're going to have good friends
because she was also
until the problem is with the with the
when the ah...
when he left me out
takes lecture if there is flat president
saying the geographic
into the booth such space
well
switchable for secular arab years ago restore your
date may three rd you're you're right uh... he's got a watch by quoted well
she got out it was page one twenty to thirty five within the last part
as uh... leonard and victoria toensing you most believe abuses did
usually has a meeting
mother loses
along with the so uh... we went for so long
and she argued that
to unless the ten-year as this room of a to be renovated guest one so you know
that it was all right
i thought it was time to get me the toshiba
or specific days
where you charged with whenever u
outside activities
i've been trying to find out mister
outside activities what
that just means the rent rate is for your friends i've idon't know is one of
those things that uh... the president ought to know that uh... gentleness with
grandpa tribe found i've been trying to find out
both the house at the flow of
domestic or you're out and i don't know at the end of one of the committee
hearings the chairman of the subcommittee eight congressman king a
year ago
resurgence judy and recreation you're trusting the done irreparable damage to
the government now
what is your comment on that state he said he said i hadn't i have done he'd
do send this to my blog
and i've seen you wish to have it with women
chairman sees when she made a remark
he he he did give service to his government and he did a disservice to
the honorable people effectively
anytime i get stephenie
minutes actually was using in the four years here
iran test expectations you have any cases that you asked me to japan's of
props with sixteen thousand suitcases
probably forty five percent will compromise instead of
and of talks between five hundred income tax fraud case
saying that these cases easier
at activist last year's
uh... you get calls from members of congress uh... during this period
payroll didn't you call yourself
and those members of congress is a warning to to uh... favorably consider
their constituents asap
yeah so they had that's a part of the system only unstable label
of strong representation has been made to the chapman the war on the ball and
all of that relations with the
of the world consider some of them was convinced that uh... i was about to do
the justice by died in someone
and of course i will try to convince a congressman and i had little to the
before the fact was so strong you just had to be done but i'd like to take up
one specific case let's take the case of the kansas city votes rowlands
now you were in on that for awhile that's why you paldon by anybody or did
you stepped in by yourself
most of the changes to the ymca
investigation
costumes from
of the many calls that we received we have complaints from individuals out in
the congressional district
that uh... congressman expelled
that comes from strong how does this was a nineteen forty six year so that was
when i was not an axe felt was the uh...
congressman act at the democratic candidate for president truman favorite
yes and it was it was argued that fraud was used to elect him although his
democratic opponent was a case here so that i was a case a friend a lot of the
to do is done about it in kansas city early and then it came to your attention
several yes right
as a rack
just that way of information
uh... how does a man whose dentistry could turn it down
how does the get positions such as you have to private watching some senator
frank you there
most of them
most so it's a had anything to do with my road weston
mister clark told me
would like to google office as you know the state's attorney had lou is really
the united states and win
he would want to fill the vacancy
that he created by accepting
the the attorney joseph of the country
but he said that because of this for the record which i had made
well he talked with the president
as we have decided to extend the invitation to be in that was far i came
to washington
anew the semester who who was it was written or something
of the names of the baby
i mean the world get one though
of about the invitation from of course we can still meet with the seemed
impressed with the next year to get this such a position
clay at this stage over in itself
is millions of dollars in tax cases all of these calls that u_p_s_ white house
for members of congress
that's inherent in our system misplaced yes those kids and if he is on
verity
ferret normal
one who has
who has to make the decision
he has two faces
two sources are attracted a lot a lot like to get back to the to the specific
cases we took up because i think because harry five the whole situation
if we went into something like that say the kansas city cold case now you were
called in on that and you
stayed in for a while and then you were taken office
we are right and wrong what what happened with the heads it was
that uh...
this live in their investigation this preliminary investigations they couldn't
find a famous memoranda
memorandum
the f_b_i_ has been completed his spokesman investigation is the embracing
allah kansas city hall yet so we can use it if you can reaching the investigation
to consider stuff
yes we had uh...
assist investigators
and there were eight thousand people interviewed him out of that number of
for eighteen hundred fifty-four affidavits were taken
and that was a part of the preliminary investigation report to me by the f_b_i_
because we have a lot of these things you turned it over to the f_b_i_ round
we asked them to investigating the x_-two too
too
to make a preliminary investigations sold
at the to determine
because we believe we have teeth
investigation it would cost a spanking sum of money because we think that calls
for mostly about that no president call you all fat investigation a little his
orders if you were called on pablo normal
unlike most of
uh... i was uh...
obviously i never seem to communicate with the white house firm in his source
and we all really believe that the facts were not sufficient to warrant if other
investigation because we could not find way out
that was in the air with the two more people conspired together to possible
right
distraught
one of the important thing to do you have any bears that were in the last two
or three weeks you bunco undergone extensive investigation worsened by the
chair of committee
afterwards germiston shelf uh...
at more or less rendered this judgment
and which he said that your quote an honest man who is indiscreet in his
associations
an eight triumphant former physicist junior marol climate of washington canal
it
is that a fair
description is
of your experience essex well
i know that the chairman admitted keating was right with basic to the
american people i was and on his neck
however disagree with that
at all and i know they're right
as both of the security of marathon washes will secure your if
he was the most peculiar
i think you're right there you will love to keep his most peculiar mark lambert
you front it is stated what everybody who gets off at union station awful
only popped his call
comes in from the national airport
he goes to washington for something
and he disappointed if he does not
take it home with casey
and i'm sure that there are fears very much appreciate these frank statement
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note here is one of the great underground leaders
of our generation
there are none an expert on underground warfare
now sir uh...
and your name a great time
poland now
but thank-you to america
i was right
let's keep backing convicting wrapping
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i stay so you've been uh... your guest in america now for a few weeks
and you are now living in london
family
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nineteen forty-five
we are of course
and know your story
uh... power earlier foliage on the ground opposed
and uh...
then have the right hand
failed to come here he
that through the record waded into the woodwork relentlessly
reserves uh...
and uh...
is there bitterness now in full and i guess direct and
ways the problems
it's based on
using the word of the world
we are anxious to get your opinion sir in america
our people
are fighting a great deal of hope
and the underground movement and the satellite countries
and we'd like your opinions on the nature of underground warfare
against the russians
now a
other russians more difficult to oppose with underground methods in the germans
were
or a scene
pockmarked and wiser
yuan
please down the complete that
one hundred and around with popcorn defense
i don't see it
incomparable movement
responsible for a long band
padi russians uh... more ruthless in dealing with underground movement in the
germans worked
brown's with not experience of copco
nancy welcome from us
pickup truck and to know more about how to combat found within twenty miles
there were all underground though
but that the title of the fact that underground movement
what about
uh... underground property and uh... what do you think of the burial are
shortwave radio reports of american always attempt to get propaganda in
purple
does that give
spreading off
the support of the people who least very careful
before he was coming from two to three work whenever you are uh... fighting so
desperately against the german sir
where your people have made more hopeful about the radio contact with the rest of
the world forty eight seats for you to meet you
if you've been gone underground movement impossible and pete
at mclean awaiting for order
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it's hard to montgomery yet thought through her
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bob birmingham i mean harpoon beer expect the war
it's very difficult to accomplish
i don't expect the law
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reflect what the world
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they won't be easily
why didn't they
two or three rd
next week or wee hours
or was he was from falls
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the auction do people decide
whom i regard
our present efforts in europe as hopeful sir
do you think that we are doing a hopeful counterweight to russian power and
western europe
on the thirteenth
do you think it is possible for general eisenhower to build an effective army
adam
frank donatelli
narrower
here in america great many people
were disillusioned after the second war
there were a great many americans have regarded the russians as allies
and so they were bitterly disappointed
a betrayal
that the russians seem to be giving up
now where you people in
and poland has bitterly disappointed
when the russians as we were in america rowell mafia
means your function pollutants into at juku explode
in room three or four world
mcbroom moment after that double-crossed your uprising
but you were surprised when they've doubled crafter operating room
the complaint
careful into or political beliefs
at you at a military man
they had military must become the recessed instantly
but it was a corporate reporting from from from the defense went through
but it was a political decision that result in your destruction
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they wouldn't have to
afterward
mad about it
not to agree with me that it's about
factor to an ally in the past
after the state
what's up guys
here double-crossed
that was that about november nineteen forty four of us
maybe conference if your withheld some four months later life
now are
you people of course we're disappointed
at uh... what with what you call that sell out it's not that way
eternal
think the frames
which was having a liberal
bitterly disappointed that the uh... wavy
western allies seem to have sold out for either of you know
if he thought
worked with him
what is the uh... position of the polish prime and now you have some intelligence
of course in poland now haven't you
movers are coming from poland
we know what the
nearly political excerpts from a drop of both
and other words you get
there is a polish army now isn't there
uses for those are all
and really loopholes i think that the government
he said russian command and that would be the there directions from major on
that
engineer information
wouldn't that be pretty weak
family rely on our fell in march
for every american i don't think
these are new the available to stop he would hate to have a very high and it
wouldn't be
one of the possibly the parents of the russians and from starting the war is
after one question there
americans have heard a great deal of ethical
correctly massacre
uh... we were told that first of the germans have deal with the
a great many point out this is
are you convinced it was the russians who destroyed the polish officers
i was convenes
than a gold teams
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from fault the stupid
english-speaking own investing will bring before
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and it was russian propaganda do tell that's in the western world
that those polls have been killed about germans wasn't it
you've heard of the
fingerprint of the united states cannot
firm and openly
cardio virtual stalin review monroe sentiment that our country
rising tide will you know more about our government that reading that put the
correct in that way
it wouldn't
created an underground movement of boat but it would create an underground
movement in people's minds
lindsay
people overseas and although it's probably for carmen
thing we've posted right
uh... general
an american corey
remembered penalty lasted for ten
always admired approved the great fighters
and your life and you expect to return to problems there
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do you expect a manhunt goes down about it
and what you think will happen then
confirm that but i think
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i don't think some sequel changes in the house
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