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Lobster Issue 44 Winter 2002/3

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Journal:Lobster
Issue:44
Date:Winter 2002
Publisher:Robin Ramsay
Editor:Robin Ramsay
ISSN:0964-0436
  • Spinning the European Union: pro-European propaganda campaigns in the British media -- Andy Mullen
    • In the beginning
    • The first campaign (1962-63): Macmillan's application
    • The second campaign (1971-72): accession to the EU
    • The third campaign (1974-75): the 1975 Referendum
    • The media
    • Conclusions

  • Mob Rule
    The Money and the Power: The Making of Las Vegas and its Hold on America (1947-2000) by Sally Denton and Roger Morris. London, Pimlico 2002. Reviewed by John Burnes
    • The grand junction
    • Kefauver
    • Fixing the convention

  • Spook PR - Corinne Souza
    • T-shirt PR
    • Hatred of the USA
    • World vision statements
    • Spook PR and Policing al-Qaida
    • Spook PR and War with Iraq
    • Saddam Hussein's PR

  • New Labour Notes
    • Ah, the wonderful private sector
    • Mandy finds a new benefactor
    • Lobbying news
    • New Labour and Israel
    • Banking on the City
    • Mea Culpas

  • Faking it
    • Poverty
    • Hospital waiting lists
    • Street Crime
    • SATs
    • Targets unattainable? Lower the targets!
    • Ambulance response times
    • Doctors' working hours
    • Unemployment figures
    • Welfare fraud figures
    • Labour Party website
    • Blair-speak
    • Elections

  • Historical Notes -- Scott Newton
    • Kenneth De Courcy
    • A Good Companion?

  • A note on Arthur Anderson and Co -- John Burnes
    • Post-war expansion

  • The View from the Bridge
    • Wishing and hoping
    • Spook think
    • Tell me lies about Iraq
    • Men who would have been king
    • The smack of firm government
    • Vindication - in spades!

  • Sudan and slavery: disinformation and the Telegraph group

  • Updates
    • Election fraud
      • First pick your voters
      • If you can't steal them, invent them
      • Bring out your dead
      • Blind them with science
    • McKinney
    • Dead whales
    • Ransome SIS not KGB
    • Korean germ warfare
    • Radar and cancer

  • How many divisions does the Pope have?
    The Real Odessa: How Peron Brought the Nazi War Criminals to Argentina by Uki Goni, London Granta Books, 2002, 20. Reviewed by Simon Matthews
    • Secret peace talks
    • Peron emerges
    • Gehlen
    • The high point
    • The bigger point
    • Bandung

  • Obituaries
    • Harold Weisberg
    • Roddy Scott
    • Harry Irwin

  • The party of business and the business of parties
    Labour Party plc, by David Osler, Edinburgh Mainstream Publishing, 2002. Reviewed by Colin Challen MP
    • Reducing the position of the trade unions
    • Do far cats call the tunes

  • Print (Book Reviews)
    • The Father of Spin: Edward L. Bernay and the Birth of Public Relations by Larry Tye. New York, Owl Books. 2002. Reviewed by Garrick Alder
    • Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper by Nicholson Baker. London, Vintage Books. 2002. Reviewed by Philip Conford.
    • Five Days in London -- May 1940, by John Lukacs, London, Yale University Press. 2001. Reviewed by Simon Matthews.
    • Bacardi -- The Hidden War by Hernando Calvo Ospina, London and Sterling VA, Pluto Press. 2002. Reviewed by Richard Alexander.
    • British Counter-Insurgency by John Newsinger, Basingstoke (UK), Palgrave. 2002.
    • Everything You Know is Wrong: the Disinformation Guide to Secrets and Lies by Russ Kick (ed.), New York, the Disinformation Company. 2002.
    • My Granny Made Me an Anarchist. The Christie File: Part 1, 1946-64 by Stuart Christie. www.christiebooks.com
    • Value Wars: The Global Market versus the Life Economy by John Murtry. London, Pluto Press. 2002.
    • The Making of New Labour's European Policy by Russel Holden. Basingstoke, Palgrave. 2002.
    • Pariah: Misfortunes of the British Kingdom by Tom Nairn. London, Verso. 2002.
    • The Years of Lyndon Johnson: Master of the Senate by Robert Caro. New York and London, Alfred Knopf. 2002.
    • The Euro: The Battle for British Hearts and Minds by Brian Burkitt and Andy Mullen. www.congressfordemocracy.org.uk

  • Feedback
    • From Les Raphael, a comment on Garrick Alder's reference to the Zinoviev letter story
    • From Phil Edwards, on Russ Kick's review of his book, Your are Being Lied to
    • From Larry Isles, on Scott Newton's Blair as Gladstonian imperialist

  • Web Update -- Jane Afflick

    44 pages.


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