Our response to the report of October 31, 1978 on the Investigation of Korean-American relations regarding Reverend Sun Myung Moon and members of the Unification Church / Ad Hoc Committee of Members of the Unification Church.

New York, N.Y. : HSA-UWC, 1979.

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Other Authors Ad Hoc Committee of Members of the Unification Church.
Subjects Church and state -- United States.
Church and state.
Moon, Sun Myung.
Unification Church.
United States.
Description viii, 271 pages : illustrations, facsimiles ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction -- Thank you, Mr. Fraser -- Mr. Fraser's fig leaf -- Rev. Moon: charlatan or man of God -- What the subcommittee did not find -- Credibility of the report -- Abuses of the Fraser investigation -- Purpose of our response -- Part I: History and pattern of abuses of the Fraser investigation -- Congressman Fraser's concern for human rights -- Political ambitions -- First encounter -- Derwinski speaks out -- Bias in staff hiring -- Congressman Flynt's warning -- False standards -- Biased investigators -- Gen. Kim Hyung Wook testifies -- Mr. Dan Fefferman subpoenaed -- Mr. Bo Hi Pak fights back -- Who founded the unification church -- The sex cult rumor -- Fraser attacks Rev. Moon -- Subcommittee violates rules of U. S. Congress -- Fraser pays off favored witnesses -- Fraser sued for $30,000,000 -- Fraser admits breaking law -- Fraser uses Rev. Moon as a campaign issue -- "You've got to be joking" -- Serious questions -- Part II: General rebuttal to the Fraser report -- A. Myth of the Moon organization -- Rev. Moon's goals -- Spurious argument -- What is theocracy -- God and the people -- Inexcusable irresponsibility -- Scare tactics -- Components of the Moon organization -- Universal vision -- Use of religious affiliation as a criterion in the investigation -- The international federation for victory over communism and the freedom leadership foundation -- Religious anticommunism -- IRS cleared FLF -- Common and legitimate practices -- International cultural foundation -- International conference on the unity of the sciences -- Fraser attacks "free exchange of ideas" -- The unification church international -- The Korean cultural and freedom foundation -- What the subcommittee did prove -- What the subcommittee did not prove -- Business enterprises -- What other churches do -- No laws broken -- Tong Il industries -- Il Hwa arrests in Korea -- The news world -- More on the moon myth -- Why the first amendment was framed -- Words of truth and the laws of God -- No violation of INS regulations -- B. Rebuttal to allegations of political activities -- Unconstitutional inquiry -- The real issue: communism -- Is it wrong to support Korea? -- Why pick on Reverend Moon? -- What does the church really teach? -- "Political": whose definition? -- Is the church a church? -- Cheap tactics -- What if it were true? -- Rev. Moon and President Nixon -- Prayer and fast on Capitol Hill -- What was the motivation -- Capitol Hill ministry -- "Anti-Japanese" demonstration -- Participation in election campaigns -- Activities in the U. N. -- "Moon use of prominent Americans" -- Korean-American political association -- Ties with the Republic of Korea government, agencies, and officials -- What are "operational ties"? -- "Not an agent" -- Early relations with the Korean government -- Relations with the Park government -- C. Rebuttal to Fraser report on Korean cultural and freedom foundation -- Overview -- Desperation of the subcommittee -- Justice and IRS investigations clear KCFF -- Rebuttal to allegations of blue house secret cable channel -- Mr. Pak's integrity upheld -- Preservation of KCFF's independence from outside control -- Truth about the little angels -- "Moon organization" and ROK government -- Use of the little angels -- Allegations that Korean government granted land for little angels school -- Alleged ROK government use and control of KCFF -- Hon. Jong Pil Kim, KCFF and the unification church -- President Park Chung Hee's letter for radio of free Asia -- Truth about the $3,000 sent from Mr. Yang Doo Won to Mr. Bo Hi Pak -- Alleged meeting between Pres. Park Chung Hee and Mr. Bo Hi Pak -- D. Rebuttal to allegations regarding diplomat national bank -- The truth -- Part III: Refutation of the specific conclusions of the Fraser report -- "Moon organization" -- "Control" -- Church and state -- Business and politics -- "Direction" of the ROK government -- Korean cultural and freedom foundation -- Names misused -- Tong Il enterprises -- M-16s -- Diplomat national bank -- Tax-exempt activities -- Other "violations" -- Part IV: Our response to the recommendations of the Fraser report -- Federal task force -- More congressional investigations -- Haven't we had enough? -- Justice department on brainwashing -- Conclusion -- Significance of the Fraser report -- What our response has brought to light -- Our hopes.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)9779048
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