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... . Denis Healey is an obvious example. The government actually rejected Conservative attempts to establish an Un-British Activities Committee in the House of Commons, almost certainly because they were aware that it would be used to smear the Labour Party itself with the enthusiastic support of the Daily Express and the Daily Mail. We have to also bear in mind that if Labour had been re-elected in 1951, then we would have certainly seen a serious stepping-up of the British purge, extending it into the field of education and elsewhere. By 1951, the government was concerned by the presence of some 2,000 'subversives' in education and there would certainly have been a ...
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... , to pinch the old slogan of the Victoria and Albert Museum, an ace welfare state with a world power attached. Superpower status was rendered hollow by the Suez crisis in 1956, and economic underperformance spurred a search for more modern tools than public ownership and strong trade unions. That is fair enough, but it should be borne in mind that social democracy, as practised from Macmillan onwards, was to the right of the 1945 settlement. Hence the impatience of Labour romantics such as Michael Foot with social democracy's accommodative approach to private industry. All that aside, this is an excellent book, intensively researched and with a strong narrative line that gives powerful support to the central ...
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393. Recent JFK (and related) literature [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... get the video.) SCOTT, Peter Dale. Deep Politics II: Essays on Oswald, Mexico and Cuba: The New Revelations in US Government Files, 1994-95. Skokie (Illinois): Green Archive Publications, 1995. [4pps]+ 162 pps. Notes, index. Thirteen new essays by one of the keenest minds ever to grace the critical community. (For a sample, see above.) Ignore this collection at your peril. Note: unlike Deep Politics 1 this is not pubished by the University of California Press. Despite being that press's best seller, Scott has been dropped by them. Political pressure? You bet. SIMON, Art ...
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394. Spy Master: The Betrayal of MI5 (Book review) [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... (p . 222) (emphasis added) 'If Hollis was keeping his junior officers in the dark... ' (p . 222) (emphasis added) 'Hollis had set up the entire operation, without the knowledge of his staff' (p . 255) A one-man Hollis operation? Hollis the Superman? The mind boggles. According to West, 'The only conclusion possible from all of this is that Hollis was personally responsible for the Profumo debacle from start to finish. If Hollis was acting as a GRU agent, he couldn't have acted with greater effectiveness. ' (p . 226) The facts are somewhat different. As early as mid- ...
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... that her theory about the role of the CPGB in the strike was false; but MI5 didn't need to believe it to act as they did. An industrial trade union, led by CPGB members and ex-members, opposing government pol-icy, was more than enough. The nonsense – the communist conspiracy theory – in Mrs Thatcher's mind was of no relevance to MI5. But it surely is relevant to this story. Beckett and Hencke give us an expanded take on the received version on the centre-left: the miners had no choice but to strike, lost a lot of political support by not having a national ballot, and stayed out far too long pursuing ...
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... www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/ 3618142/Focus-groups-I -thought-we-elected-politicians-to-make-big-decisions.html>. Labour was defeated in the 1992 election, the party was repositioned under these guidelines. A 'thorough examination of the state of mind of Britain's voters' was commissioned by Mandelson. The report 'Labour and Britain in the 1990s' was stage one: the second was a policy review learning the lessons from stage one. What might have to be addressed in stage two? 'Among those who had abandoned us, there was a remarkable consistency in the reasons they said had ...
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397. SAS: the Stiff Memoir [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... : 'I thought of using an old trick popular with the various government security services throughout the world. I would knock on his door. When he answered I would club him, sweep him bodily to the window and throw him out head first. ' The inquest verdicts in such cases were invariably 'accidental death' or 'suicide while of unsound mind'. (p . 187). He decided against on this occasion, but hints very strongly that Todd's fatal fall from a window during the Lancaster House talks in London in 1979 might well have been just such an operation. Stiff was particularly eager to kill Joshua Nkomo and was continually perplexed by the refusal of the CI0 to ...
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... Kennedy'. The authors have identified her, they think, after Paul Schrade,3 was contacted by her family after her death. Tate and Johnson conclude the chapter on the story of the woman concerned with the startling information that according to her son, his late father said he had worked for the CIA and had been involved with mind control projects. Which brings us back to where we were circa 1970 with the discovery by various shrinks that Sirhan was susceptible to hypnosis and appeared to have post-hypnotic blocs which prevented him from remembering much of what had happened before and during the shooting. This is a very good book, and massively documented (800 footnotes) ...
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... meeting in December 1940: The plain and terrifying fact is that this great and peaceful nation is in the grip of one of the most subtle and successful conspiracies.......to embroil us in a foreign war. But, unknown to Aaronovitch, there was such a conspiracy (though not the one Flynn had in mind) and it involved not just Flynn s hate figure, Roosevelt, but the British government. Part of the conspiracy was a series of covert operations in America run by the British secret state (as British Security Co-ordination) which sought to neutralise/seduce the isolationists in Congress and persuade the American population to support US entry ...
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400. I Couldn't Paint Golden Angels (Book review) [Lobster #32 (Dec 1996)]
... those sections.) The book as whole is an interesting account of the post-war British left, albeit from one particular viewpoint; and, despite odd flashes of score-settling, Meltzer is an amusing raconteur. But a memoir without a name index.....? A metaphor involving tits and a bull comes to mind. Last | Contents | Next ...
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