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281. Post-war: private sector propaganda begins to regroup [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... Dorothy Crisp.(47) By 1949 Aims of Industry had 'twelve area offices blanketing the industrial sections of Britain. For the fiscal year 1949-50 expenditures were budgeted for an an additional anticipated income of 260,000'.(48) The pre-war tradition, discussed below, of newspapers reprinting anti-left briefings from Conservative Party groups or fronts, continued with Aims of Industry. Aims estimated that they had gained 93,178 column-inches of editorial space in 1949, worth over 1,800,000.(49) In the first six months of 1949 Aims claims to have had 41 radio broadcasts on the Home or Light programmes of the ...
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282. The Crozier operations [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... than it is now, we put a member of our staff into a factory, at the request of the management, to prevent a far-left take over. ' (143) Another part of this anti-socialist network is British United Industrialists (BUI), one of the funnels through which British companies pour money into the Conservative Party and other groups on the right. In 1985 BUI's then director, Captain Briggs, told a researcher I know who wishes to remain anonymous, who was posing as a right-winger, that BUI were then funding the Solidarity group of Labour MPs, the Union of Democratic Mineworkers and the right-wing faction in the Civil ...
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283. The subversion hunters and the social democrats in the 1970s [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... by the ascent of Wilson, was being monitored by IRD and its satellites, the Economic League, IRIS, Common Cause - and by Brian Crozier, who raised the alarm in the 1970 collection he edited, We Will Bury You..(73) Working the same seam - presumably for different sponsors - was former Army officer and Conservative MP, Geoffrey Stewart-Smith. In Stewart-Smith's journal, East-West Digest, in 1972, for example, we find the names who appeared in Crozier's 1970 anthology: Harry Welton of the Economic League, who had been in the anti-left business for 'fifty fighting years', to cite the title of the ...
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284. Clearing the ground: the unions, socialism and the state [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... -war system .. .. . but there now existed formal, powerful, employers' institutions, a fully fledged Ministry of Labour, and a TUC [Trades Union Congress] increasingly accustomed to dealing in the political arena, wedded to a major political party which, almost alone in Europe, encompassed the majority of the non-Conservative working class. At the same time, the government's apparatus for manipulating public opinion had grown inordinately, enabling it - on its own estimate - to confront the spectre of Bolshevism and survive. Lloyd George himself, searching always for a middle way in politics, had shifted away from Liberal radicalism towards a corporatism best described as the creation ...
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... (economically liberal) world. 'Between 1921 and 1940 the dominant alliance in Britain was founded on a coalition between a ruling élite centred on the Treasury, the Bank of England, and the City of London and an expanding middle class .. . this hegemonic group, based at the popular and the political level on a fusion between the Conservative and pre-1914 Liberal parties, was committed to the defence of free enterprise and the limited state against the internal threat of socialism and the external menace of Bolshevism... and to work for the construction of a liberal international trade and payments system in which sterling would be the leading reserve currency. ' And thus, 'The ...
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286. Books and articles cited [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... John, The Agency: the rise and decline of the CIA, Sceptre, London, 1988 Richter, Irving, Political Purpose in Trade Unions, Allen and Unwin, London, 1973 Roberts, Ernie, Strike Back, Ernie Roberts, Orpington, Kent, 1994 Seldon, Anthony, and Ball, Stuart (eds.), The Conservative Century: the Conservative Party since 1900, Oxford University Press, 1994 Shaw, Eric, Discipline and Discord in the Labour Party, Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1988 Shoup, Laurence H. and Minter, William, Imperial Brain Trust, Monthly Review Press, London and New York, 1977 Simpson, Christopher, Blowback: America's ...
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287. Was there a 'communist threat'? [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... many. For some, since 1956 the CPGB has been a declining, bureaucratic relic, hardly a 'threat' to anybody.(149) For others merely asking the question gives credibility to disinformation from the right. But the fact remains that significant sections of the British Right, in the propaganda organisations of capital, the state and the Conservative Party, believed that the CPGB was part of a global conspiracy, directed and financed by Moscow, which was working in the union movement and wider society to undermine capitalist democracy in Britain. And it is no longer self-evident that this was complete nonsense. Orders from Moscow?We now know that the CPGB actually was being ...
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... who lived through the launch of the Social Democratic Party are likely to forget the impact of the creation of the Gang of Four in 1981. The avowed intention of the four former Cabinet ministers was to offer Britain a fresh alternative - a replacement for the Labour party in which they themselves had made their name and to which most non-Conservatives in Britain had looked for alternative government for most of the 20th century. Given the ambition of their undertaking and the SDP's significance in dividing early opposition to a Conservative party now in power for 17 years, it is curious then that we have to wait until now for a detailed account. It is also disappointing that after so long ...
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289. Atlantic Crossings [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... how many such programmes were run. Roy Hattersley recently commented that his first visit to the US was paid for by 'something which was laughingly called The Young Leaders' Program'. The Guardian, 27 February 1995. In his memoir, A Bag of Boiled Sweets (Faber and Faber, 1995) pp. 77-8 , the Conservative MP, Julian Critchley describes how, upon letting the Tory Party Whips know that he had never been to the United States, he was immediately fixed up with a six week freebie courtesy of the US embassy in London. Carew p. 137 Ibid. pp.189/90. The British trade union whose leadership responded most enthusiastically ...
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... 500,000 from a number of well-known companies since 1985; and that, moreover, it had been printing a far-right, secret newsletter, British Briefing, edited by a former head of MI5's F Branch, Charles Elwell. In 1995 it was revealed that in 1963 IRIS had received 40,000 from the (Conservative) government via its 'secret vote', unaccountable funds, and a further 35,000 from a number of large companies, including Ford and Shell. See The Times, Guardian and Independent of 2 January 1995. In a letter to me in 1990, McKeown wrote: 'I certainly remember your visit [to the IRIS office] ...
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