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The Resource Looking behind the censorships, by Eugene J. Young

Looking behind the censorships, by Eugene J. Young

Label
Looking behind the censorships
Title
Looking behind the censorships
Statement of responsibility
by Eugene J. Young
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1874-1939
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Young, Eugene J.
Dewey number
909.82
Index
no index present
LC call number
D443
LC item number
.Y65
Literary form
non fiction
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  • World politics
  • Press
  • Censorship
  • Freedom of the press
  • Politique mondiale
  • Presse
  • Censure
  • Liberté de la presse
Label
Looking behind the censorships, by Eugene J. Young
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I THE ART OF MANIPULATING NEWS -- How the Censorships Operate on World News -- Inquiring Correspondents Subject to Severe Penalties -- Sources of Facts Choked by Fear -- Even Democratic Nations Manipulate Information -- The "Canned News" System. -- II THE POWER OF SECRET STATESMANSHIP -- Hidden Bureaucracies Govern the Acts of Public Leadership -- They Fight for Nationalism -- How the Permanent Organizations Operate -- Diplomacy, the First Line of Defense, Still Clings to Deceptive Ways. -- III SIMPLICITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL GAME -- Primary Interests of the Great Powers -- Britain Still Plays the Balance of Power but Seeks American Cooperation-France's -- Three Vital Policies -- Nazi Reich Follows Imperial Ways -- Italy Seeks Outlets -- Russia's Paradoxes -- Japan's Vast Ambitions. -- IV BRITISH SUPPLENESS AND FRENCH RIGIDITY -- Realistic Trading Governs London's Statesmanship
  • "Muddling Through" a Device That Gives Time for Manipulation of Rivals -- Quarreling Factions Helpful to Government -- France Insists on Precision Which Britain Will Not Grant -- Great Empires Kept Apart by Different Methods. -- V THE SYNTHETIC DIPLOMACY OF THE HAVE-NOTS -- Germany, Italy and Japan Comparatively Juvenile in World Outlook -- Have Studied and Copied the Worst Ways of the Empires -- How Germany Learned "Weltpolitik" and "Realpolitik" -- Mussolini Has Sought the Balance of Power but Lacks Strength -- The Divided Mind of Japan. -- VI HIGH POLITICS PLAYED BEHIND ETHIOPIA -- Beginning a Review of an Era of Confusion in Diplomacy -- League of Nations Only a Facade for a Great Anglo-French Struggle -- Mussolini Won Because Rivals Could Not Agree -- Bitter Quarrels of British Statesmen a Vital Factor in Nation's Humiliation -- The Hoare-Eden Feud. -- VII THE RAZZLE-DAZZLE OF THE RHINELAND -- Great War Scare Was Chiefly Bluff for Political Purposes -- Main Issue Had Been Settled by Britain a Year Before -- Statesmen Used Alarm to Serve Their Policies
  • Hitler Wanted to Stop Grumbling -- Britain Desired an Excuse to Rearm -- France Tried to Force an Alliance on Britain. -- VIII THE PRO-GERMAN LEANINGS OF EDWARD VIII -- He and the "King's Friends" Favored Co-operation with the Reich -- Government Strongly Opposed Them, Wanting an Entente with France -- Abdication Crisis Arose over Assurances Given to Hitler and Fear of War -- Mrs. Simpson Affair a Flank Attack to Avoid Constitutional Fight -- British Policy, Weak in Spanish War, Became Strong After Edward Retired. -- IX THE MEDITERRANEAN AND EDEN'S FALL -- Schemes to Drive the Soviet Out of the West to Soothe Italy and Germany -- Chamberlain Pushes Eden Aside in Effort to Woo Mussolini -- Eden Upsets His Chiefs Apple-cart by Angering II Duce -- Maneuverings Within the British Cabinet and with France -- The League and Eden Eliminated by "Practical" Statesmen. -- X THE BUILT-UP LEGEND OF MUSSOLINI
  • His Dictatorship Checked by Monarchy and Church -- His Defeats in a Long Struggle with Victor Emmanuel -- Army Under Badoglio Upset Schemes to Make Him Emperor -- Fascist Council, True to Throne, Has Checked Him -- Vatican Humiliated Him in Church and State Settlement -- Ethiopian Conflict Won in the Name of the King, not II Duce. -- XI GERMAN DEMI-GODS AND INNER FEUDS -- The Build-up of the Pompous Hindenburg into a Hero -- Deification of Hitler When Great Interests Needed a Deity -- The Abandonment of the Nazi Party and Platform -- Unity in the New Reich a Myth -- Leaders and Factions Engaged in a Struggle for Power -- Himmler, the Sinister Figure in the Background -- Class Struggle Acute. -- XII UNDER-COVER POLITICS IN THE FAR EAST -- Our Neutrality Laws Encouraged Japan to Attack China -- America and Britain Had Found a Way to Work Together -- How Japan Has Been and Can Be Hampered -- Design Is to Wait Her Out Until Home Strains Develop -- Coming Forth of Her Emperor in Support of the Moderates
  • XIII SIMPLICITIES OF THE GREAT MONEY WAR -- The British-French Effort to Break Our Financial Power -- Cheap Dollar Foiled Them -- Struggles of the Huge Equalization Funds -- India and China Raided in Vast Campaigns -- Final Surrender of Great Rivals in Triple Entente in Currency -- Effect of the Combination on World Politics. -- XIV EUROPEAN WAR SCARES AND REALITIES -- Germany and Italy Lack Resources for a Long Campaign -- Reich's Army Developed Slowly and Must Take Years More of Preparation -- Failure of Airplanes to Bring Quick Victories Disappoints Jingoes -- Defense Again Shown to be Stronger than Offense -- Fear of America a Vital Factor
Control code
1156652
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
368 pages
Lccn
38027312
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
MU: One copy has a 27-page pamphlet (in pocket inside back cover) entitled: IX. (Postscript) Power politics in central Europe (May to October 1938)
System control number
(OCoLC)1156652
Label
Looking behind the censorships, by Eugene J. Young
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • I THE ART OF MANIPULATING NEWS -- How the Censorships Operate on World News -- Inquiring Correspondents Subject to Severe Penalties -- Sources of Facts Choked by Fear -- Even Democratic Nations Manipulate Information -- The "Canned News" System. -- II THE POWER OF SECRET STATESMANSHIP -- Hidden Bureaucracies Govern the Acts of Public Leadership -- They Fight for Nationalism -- How the Permanent Organizations Operate -- Diplomacy, the First Line of Defense, Still Clings to Deceptive Ways. -- III SIMPLICITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL GAME -- Primary Interests of the Great Powers -- Britain Still Plays the Balance of Power but Seeks American Cooperation-France's -- Three Vital Policies -- Nazi Reich Follows Imperial Ways -- Italy Seeks Outlets -- Russia's Paradoxes -- Japan's Vast Ambitions. -- IV BRITISH SUPPLENESS AND FRENCH RIGIDITY -- Realistic Trading Governs London's Statesmanship
  • "Muddling Through" a Device That Gives Time for Manipulation of Rivals -- Quarreling Factions Helpful to Government -- France Insists on Precision Which Britain Will Not Grant -- Great Empires Kept Apart by Different Methods. -- V THE SYNTHETIC DIPLOMACY OF THE HAVE-NOTS -- Germany, Italy and Japan Comparatively Juvenile in World Outlook -- Have Studied and Copied the Worst Ways of the Empires -- How Germany Learned "Weltpolitik" and "Realpolitik" -- Mussolini Has Sought the Balance of Power but Lacks Strength -- The Divided Mind of Japan. -- VI HIGH POLITICS PLAYED BEHIND ETHIOPIA -- Beginning a Review of an Era of Confusion in Diplomacy -- League of Nations Only a Facade for a Great Anglo-French Struggle -- Mussolini Won Because Rivals Could Not Agree -- Bitter Quarrels of British Statesmen a Vital Factor in Nation's Humiliation -- The Hoare-Eden Feud. -- VII THE RAZZLE-DAZZLE OF THE RHINELAND -- Great War Scare Was Chiefly Bluff for Political Purposes -- Main Issue Had Been Settled by Britain a Year Before -- Statesmen Used Alarm to Serve Their Policies
  • Hitler Wanted to Stop Grumbling -- Britain Desired an Excuse to Rearm -- France Tried to Force an Alliance on Britain. -- VIII THE PRO-GERMAN LEANINGS OF EDWARD VIII -- He and the "King's Friends" Favored Co-operation with the Reich -- Government Strongly Opposed Them, Wanting an Entente with France -- Abdication Crisis Arose over Assurances Given to Hitler and Fear of War -- Mrs. Simpson Affair a Flank Attack to Avoid Constitutional Fight -- British Policy, Weak in Spanish War, Became Strong After Edward Retired. -- IX THE MEDITERRANEAN AND EDEN'S FALL -- Schemes to Drive the Soviet Out of the West to Soothe Italy and Germany -- Chamberlain Pushes Eden Aside in Effort to Woo Mussolini -- Eden Upsets His Chiefs Apple-cart by Angering II Duce -- Maneuverings Within the British Cabinet and with France -- The League and Eden Eliminated by "Practical" Statesmen. -- X THE BUILT-UP LEGEND OF MUSSOLINI
  • His Dictatorship Checked by Monarchy and Church -- His Defeats in a Long Struggle with Victor Emmanuel -- Army Under Badoglio Upset Schemes to Make Him Emperor -- Fascist Council, True to Throne, Has Checked Him -- Vatican Humiliated Him in Church and State Settlement -- Ethiopian Conflict Won in the Name of the King, not II Duce. -- XI GERMAN DEMI-GODS AND INNER FEUDS -- The Build-up of the Pompous Hindenburg into a Hero -- Deification of Hitler When Great Interests Needed a Deity -- The Abandonment of the Nazi Party and Platform -- Unity in the New Reich a Myth -- Leaders and Factions Engaged in a Struggle for Power -- Himmler, the Sinister Figure in the Background -- Class Struggle Acute. -- XII UNDER-COVER POLITICS IN THE FAR EAST -- Our Neutrality Laws Encouraged Japan to Attack China -- America and Britain Had Found a Way to Work Together -- How Japan Has Been and Can Be Hampered -- Design Is to Wait Her Out Until Home Strains Develop -- Coming Forth of Her Emperor in Support of the Moderates
  • XIII SIMPLICITIES OF THE GREAT MONEY WAR -- The British-French Effort to Break Our Financial Power -- Cheap Dollar Foiled Them -- Struggles of the Huge Equalization Funds -- India and China Raided in Vast Campaigns -- Final Surrender of Great Rivals in Triple Entente in Currency -- Effect of the Combination on World Politics. -- XIV EUROPEAN WAR SCARES AND REALITIES -- Germany and Italy Lack Resources for a Long Campaign -- Reich's Army Developed Slowly and Must Take Years More of Preparation -- Failure of Airplanes to Bring Quick Victories Disappoints Jingoes -- Defense Again Shown to be Stronger than Offense -- Fear of America a Vital Factor
Control code
1156652
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
368 pages
Lccn
38027312
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
MU: One copy has a 27-page pamphlet (in pocket inside back cover) entitled: IX. (Postscript) Power politics in central Europe (May to October 1938)
System control number
(OCoLC)1156652

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