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... often presumed to be just a treaty rather than a quasi-governmental organisation in its own right. Its highest political body, the North Atlantic Council, covers foreign policy issues as well as strictly military questions, and the North Atlantic Assembly works to influence the parliamentary members of individual countries. It falls within the brief of NATO to conduct propaganda and defend states the 'infiltration of ideas'. Few citizens of NATO countries are aware of the whole apparatus to which membership commits them - e.g . Plans 10-G and 100-1 under which in 'emergency situations' special US units would be activated to suppress any movement 'threatening to US strategic interests'. It is ...
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192. Post-war: private sector propaganda begins to regroup [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Clandestine Caucus) Special Issue Last | Contents | Next The Clandestine Caucus Post-war: private sector propaganda begins to regroup As the war ended domestic politics returned to normal. The propaganda organisations of domestic capital restarted, though without the frenzy which had marked the post 1918 period. Their big issue was the threat of nationalisation of companies. The so-called Mr Cube Campaign of 1949/50, against the possibility of the nationalisation of the sugar industry, spent an estimated 250,000 in that year.(44) The campaign had been jointly organised by the sugar company, Tate and Lyle ...
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193. Anti-communism as a profession: The Information Research Department [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... for the British state. Tom Bower's otherwise excellent book on Sir Dick White and SIS contains only one (unindexed) reference to the department. With IRD under sporadic investigation since 1978, the British state has fallen back to the position where, if pushed, it would acknowledge that IRD did use 'grey', i.e . trueish propaganda, as well as the straightforward, 'white', true variety. Among the handful of academics interested in IRD, this is also now the current consensus view. But it does not explain why, as Lucas and Morris ask in their conclusions, 'the records of an organisation, ostensibly existing only to provide "information", [ ...
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194. The Crozier operations [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... Britain.(129) Crozier became a founder member of the National Association for Freedom (NAFF), whose launch was timed to coincide with publication of the dystopian disinformation in The Collapse of Democracy by his ally and colleague at ISC, Robert Moss. The unfortunately acronymed NAFF was a gathering of the anti-subversive and pro-capital propaganda groups such as Aims of Industry, and, almost immediately became the major focus of the British Right. It absorbed the remnants of the 1974/5 civilian militias, and began series of psy-war projects against the left and the unions which prefigured much of what was to come in the Thatcher government.(130) Shield ...
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195. Books and articles cited [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... The Castle Diaries 1974-76, Book Club Associates, London, 1980 Chapple, Frank, Sparks Fly, Michael Joseph, London, 1984 Cockett, Richard, Twilight of Truth, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1989 Coleman, Peter, The Liberal Conspiracy, Collier Macmillan, London, 1989 Crofts, William, Coercion or Persuasion: Propaganda in Britain after 1945, Routledge, London, 1989 Crosland, Susan, Tony Crosland, Coronet, London, 1982 Crouch, Colin (ed.), State and Economy in Contemporary Capitalism, Croom Helm, London, 1979 Crozier, Brian, Free Agent, HarperCollins, London, 1993 Darke, Bob, The Communist Technique in ...
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... the 1970s. (The Information Policy Unit there looks increasingly like IRD's last stand.) The rest of the state's information and diplomatic services involved in the insurgencies frequently objected to this line, sometimes successfully. Quite why the rest of Whitehall put up with IRD's incompetent meddling until 1976 remains a mystery: Carruther's account of the politics of official propaganda does not get that deep. Anybody interested in IRD - or the wider issues of propaganda in British counter-insurgency policies - will find important new material here. A short version of this, concentrating on the IRD sections of the book, is 'A Red Under Every Bed? Anti-Communist Propaganda and Britain's Response to Colonial Insurgency ...
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197. Clearing the ground: the unions, socialism and the state [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... too quickly. In any case, the corporatists among the members of the Federation of British Industry (FBI) were a minority strand in the thinking of the Tory Party and British industrial capital; and even among the corporatists there were divisions.(9 ) Frank Longstreth called this network of BCU, Industrial Group, FBI and other employer propaganda groups of the period, such as the Economic League, the Preference Imperialists, and noted their links to the earlier Midlands manufacturing-based Tariff Reform League.(10) As Longstreth suggested, it is possible to view the British economy since 1900 as a protracted struggle between British manufacturing (domestic capital) and the City of London ...
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198. Was there a 'communist threat'? [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... chapter would provoke laughter, derision or anger from 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? ...
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... is hard to describe. From the cover blurb: the author demonstrates how the government-funded psychological warfare programs of the Cold War years under-wrote the academic studies that formed the basis for much of modern communication research. ' I would say: after the war the spooks and the military paid the academics to develop the techniques of propaganda with which to influence the perceptions of the American tax-payer and the subject populations of the informal American empire. (Alternatively, this shows how loyal American academics helped the military and the intelligence services win the war with communism.) My problem with it is that I know nothing at all about 'modern communication theory' or its ...
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200. Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus: Contents [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... © 2001 Lobster The Clandestine Caucus Anti socialist campaigns and operations in the British Labour Movement since the war Clandestine Caucus as a single document PDF (751K) By Robin Ramsay Contents | Cover Image Part 1: Clearing the ground: the unions, socialism and the state U.S . influence after the war Post-war: private sector propaganda begins to regroup Common Cause and IRIS Part 2 Atlantic Crossings Anti-communism as a profession: The Information Research Department The subversion hunters and the social democrats in the 1970s The Crozier operations Was there a 'communist threat'? Books and articles cited Introduction Some of this material has appeared before. Part of the section on Common Cause and ...
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