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Current communist goals<br />
The 45 current communist goals listed below appeared in the Congressional record of January 10, 1963. They were taken from the naked communist by W. CLEON skousen who began his extensive study of communism during his 16 year term of service with the federal Bureau of investigation. Mr. SKOUSEN is now field director of the American security council.<br />
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One. US acceptance of coexistence of the old as the only alternative to atomic war.<br />
Two. US willingness to capitulate in preference to engaging in atomic war.<br />
Three. Develop the illusion that totaled his arm it by the United States would be a demonstration of moral strength.<br />
Four. Permit free trade between all nations regardless of communist affiliation and regardless of whether or not items could be used for war.<br />
Five. Extension of long-term loans to Russia and Soviet satellites.<br />
Six provide American age all nations regardless of communist denomination.<br />
Seven grant recognition of red China. Admission of red China to let you in.<br />
Eight. Set up east and west Germany as separate states in spite of Krushchev’s promise in 1955 to settle the Germany question by free elections under supervision of the UN.<br />
Nine. Prolong the conference is to ban atomic tests because the US has agreed to suspend test as long as negotiations are in progress.<br />
10. Allow also be at satellites individual representation in the UN.<br />
Promote you in as the only hope for me and kind. If it’s charter is rewritten demand that it be set up as a one world government with its own independent Armed Forces. Some communist leaders believe the world can be taken over as easily by the UN as by Moscow sometimes these two centers compete with each other as they are now doing in the Congo.<br />
Number 12 resist any attempt to outlaw the communist party.<br />
13. Do away with all loyalty us.<br />
14. Continue giving Russia access to the US patent office.<br />
15. Capture one or both of the political parties in the United States.<br />
16. Use technical decisions of the courts to weaken basic American institutions by claiming their activities violate civil rights.<br />
17. Get control of the schools use them as transmission belts for socialism and current communistic propaganda. Soften the curriculums get control of teachers associations put the party line in textbooks.<br />
18. Gain control of all student newspapers.<br />
19. Use student rights to foment public pride protests against programs or organizations which are under communist attack.<br />
20. Infiltrate the press. Control of book review assignments, editorial writing policymaking positions.<br />
21 gain control of key positions in radio TV and motion pictures.<br />
20 to continue discrediting American culture about grading all forms of artistic expression. An American communist cell was told to eliminate all good sculpture from parks and buildings substitute shapeless awkward and meaningless forms.<br />
23 control art critics and directors of art museums. Our plan is to promote ugliness repulsive meaningless art<br />
24 illuminate all laws governing obscenity by calling them censorship and a violation of free speech and Free Press.<br />
25 break down cultural standards of morality promoting pornography and obscenity in books magazines motion pictures radio and TV.<br />
26 present homosexuality degeneracy and promiscuity as normal natural healthy.<br />
27 infiltrate the churches and replace revealed religion with social religion. Discredit the Bible and emphasize a need for intellectual maturity which does not need a religious crutch.<br />
28 eliminate prayer or any phase of religious expression in the schools on the ground that it violates the principle of separation of church and state.<br />
29 discredit the American Constitution by calling it in adequate old fashion out of step with modern needs a hindrance to cooperation between nations on a worldwide basis.<br />
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30 discredit the American founding fathers. Present them as selfish aristocrats who have no concern for the common man.<br />
31 Belittle all forms of American culture and discourage the teachings of American history on the ground that it was only a minor part of the big picture. Give more emphasis to Russian history since the communist took over.<br />
30 to support any socialist movement to give centralized control over any part of the culture education social agencies welfare programs mental health clinics etc.<br />
33 illuminate all laws or procedures which interfere with the operation of the communist apparatus<br />
34 eliminate the House committee on un-American activities<br />
35 discredit and eventually dismantle the FBI<br />
36 infiltrate and gain control of more union<br />
37 infiltrate and gain control of big business<br />
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38 transfer some of the powers of arrest from the police to social agencies treat all behavioral problems as psychiatric disorders which no one but psychiatrist can understand or treat<br />
39 dominate the psychiatric profession and use mental health laws as a means of gaining coercive control over those who oppose communist goals.<br />
40 discredit the family as an institution encourage promiscuity and easy divorce<br />
41 emphasize the need to raise children away from the negative influence of parents attribute prejudice is mental blocks and retarding of children to suppress of influence of parents<br />
42 Create the impression that violence and insurrection are legitimate aspects of the American tradition that students in special interest group should rise up and use united force to solve economic political or social problems<br />
43 overthrow all colonial governments before native populations are ready for self government<br />
44 internationalize the Panama Canal<br />
45 repeal the Connally reservation of the US cannot prevent the world court from seizing jurisdiction over domestic problems give the world court jurisdiction over nations and individuals alike<br />
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This is a public service of patriotic American youth PO Box 363, Jackson, MS
Flyer published by the Patriotic American Youth that highlights the forty-five "current communist goals" taken from "Naked Communist" written by W. Cleon Slousen.

Front cover of the brochure for the Patriotic American Youth’s All American Forum held at the University of Southern Mississippi for 6 days on June 9-June 15, 1974. It was sponsored by the Patriotic American Youth and the University of Southern Mississippi. <br />
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A photograph of the Lucas Administration Building can also be found on the brochure cover.
Conference registration brochure for the All American forum entitled "Our internal security," presented by the Patriotic American Youth at the University of Southern Mississippi on 9-15 June 1974.

Schedule for the state convention for patriotic American youth. It was held March 22 and 23rd, 1963 at the hotel Heidelberg in Jackson, Mississippi.<br />
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Friday, March 22<br />
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3 PM to 7:30 PM registration<br />
7:30 PM General assembly, mr. Charles Blackwell, chairman, executive committee, presiding<br />
Prayer Reverend Glenn Majure, Chaplin<br />
Pledge of allegiance Miss Judy moon, soloist<br />
Welcome address Judge Henry Lee Rodgers<br />
Message from president, college division Mr. Stephen Beech, I I I<br />
Message from president, high school division Mr. Boyd Gatlin<br />
Solo Miss Judy moon<br />
Address: America’s future in youths business by the Honorable Vaughan Watkins, immediate past president, Mississippi economic Council<br />
Closing prayer Reverend Glenn majure<br />
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Saturday, March 23<br />
8:30 AM to 9 AM model program – the American form of government, Forrest high school<br />
9 AM to 10:30 AM buzz sessions<br />
10:30 AM to 10:45 AM Coke break<br />
10:45 AM to 11 AM General assembly announcements<br />
11 AM to 11:30 AM youth speaks live TV panel-university team. subject: Americas internal and external  threat of communism.<br />
11:30 AM to 1:30 PM lunch<br />
1:30 PM to 2:10 PM model program – our knowledge of our enemy – university of southern Mississippi<br />
2:10 PM to 3:45 PM buzz sessions<br />
3:45 PM to 4 PM Coke break<br />
4 PM elections – college division, high school division, state executive committee.<br />
7 PM to 9 PM banquet – ToastMaster, Farmer Jim Neil, speaker Mr. Jim files, entertainer, Miss Mississippi Miss Charlotte Ann Carroll<br />
9 PM until till – dance<br />
Come - fun for all!!!
Schedule of the state convention of the Patriotic American Youth held on 22-23 March 1963 in Jackson, Mississippi.

Broadside with red and blue banners on the rights and left of the page. In red lettering at the top of the page is Patriotic American youth purposes and policy. Below that reads<br />
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To have an organization of young people who are primarily interested in maintaining the form of government as conceived by our forefathers and set forth in the constitution of the United States of America.<br />
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To provide document reports from security sources that will instruct the youth of our nation on the current dangers that threaten our local state and national governments.<br />
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To develop our students into informed and active leaders who will be able to give other students and the public the truth regarding the communist conspiracy to dominate the world.<br />
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To encourage students to become informed and interested in the field of government administration to those who desire to enter that feel professionally special attention and assistance is given.<br />
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We propose to expose the truth about communism it’s history background purposes and fallacies.<br />
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PAY is wholly non-partisan and will take no part in the promotion or the cause of any political party or any candidate for public office.<br />
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It is our sincere desire to place emphasis upon patriotism and loyalty to our country. To demonstrate that our form of government and our way of life with the freedoms of religion speech press etc. so far excel over the Soviet way that no true comparison can be made.<br />
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To explain and teach the free enterprise system and its contributions to the American people the system must be understood and maintained if America is to stay free.<br />
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To emphasize more fully our belief in God to maintain our right to home ownership and to continue our form of constitutional government.
This broadside explains the beliefs and work of the Patriotic American Youth.

Cover of the program for the June 9-15, 1974 patriotic American youth conference. Also called the All-American forum V, the conference was held at the university of southern Mississippi. <br />
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    In the center of the page is a photograph of an older man and surrounding him are emblems from the US Army, FBI, Air Force, Navy, National Guard, and Marine Corp. Below the picture is "Our Internal Security" with a Patriotic American Youth emblem.
Program for the All American Forum V entitled "Our Internal Security," presented by the Patriotic American Youth at the University of Southern Mississippi on 9-15 June 1974.

Flyer from the first Patriotic American Youth conference.<br />
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First annual convention patriotic American youth [patriotic misspelled on flyer] hotel Heidelberg Jackson Mississippi March 23 24th 1962 Friday, March 23 3 PM opening session 8 PM address Dr. George Benson President Harding College<br />
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    Saturday, March 24 high school and college discussion group<br />
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    Films: Latvia my Latvia, two Berlins, operation abolition<br />
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    Banquet Saturday night speaker Charles W Wiley, news columnist author and lecturer. New York City<br />
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    Dance free on student badge key notes orchestra fun for everybody
Flyer for the March 23-24, 1962, Patriotic American Youth convention held in Jackson, Mississippi, at the Hotel Heidelberg. This was the first conference held by the organization.

Invoice on Mississippi Central railroad company letterhead. Form 64 5 AM four Dash 43 catching Natchez Mississippi central railroad company Natchez route Hattiesburg Mississippi April 20, 1940 for our W Fox purchasing agent order number 51574 requisition number RWF Ladimir printing company Hattiesburg Mississippi please ship the following to Mississippi central railroad company RW Fox, purchasing agent Hattiesburg Mississippi<br />
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Mail invoices in triplicate and original bill of lading or express receipt direct to purchase agent quoting above order number address all communications concerning this order to the purchasing agent.<br />
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Mark on your bill and each package the order number and number of person to whom shipped right is reserve to cancel this order if not shipped promptly no charge for package or drayage will be allowed express charges will not be paid by this company unless shipment is ordered by express all timbers and lumber brought subject to our inspection either at point of delivery to this line or at destination as may be arranged rejected material is subject to immediate disposition of shipper at regular freight rates if disposition is not properly furnished no further care will be given such material<br />
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Quantity 20,000 description Bill Smith letters in titled Bill Smith and free enterprise to be printed in folder form 17“ x 11“ and folder two 8 1/2“ x 11“ letter number four for records<br />
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Kylie acknowledge receipt and advise when shipment will be made yours truly copy signed r W Fox purchasing agent
Invoice for printing 20,000 copies of Bill Smith Letter 4 on Mississippi Central letterhead, April 20, 1944

Typed document  in black ink on onion skin paper. the memo reads. <br />
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Hattiesburg, Mississippi<br />
May 15, 1944<br />
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Mr. EHLERS 19 copies<br />
Mr. ringgold 22 copies<br />
Mr. Fields six copies<br />
Mr. Burns 55 copies<br />
mr. Morris 28 copies<br />
Mr. Green 73 copies<br />
Mr. Fox 4 copies<br />
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I am sending you under separate cover several copies of Bill Smith’s letters number four.<br />
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Will you please place a copy of this pamphlet in the hands of the white employees in your respective departments.<br />
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Mr. Green will please furnish copies to the engineers and firemen.<br />
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Stamped in red ink reads copy signed L. E. Faulkner
Memo to a company receiving copies of a Bill Smith Letter about distributing the letters to only white employees, May 15, 1944
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