27 SEPTEMBER 1945, page 10

Some At Least Of The Causes Of This General Scepticism

can be recognised and defined. Our popular education, which is still in a transitional phase, has obliterated the old distinction between the educated and the uneducated ; the......

A Distinction Must Be Made Between Internal And External...

ganda. After arduous trial, and frequent error, it was found that the British pubic were hostile to all governmental propaganda and that the only thing to do was to avoid......

Marginal Comment

By HAROLD NICOLSON I WAS re-reading recently an article which I wrote for this periodical in February, 1939, on the subject of propaganda. I contended in that article that there......

It Would Be An Error, None The Less, To Deduce

from these excep- tional circumstances that the people, either at home or abroad, are always more affected by reasonable information than they are by emotional appeals. It would......

This In Itself Is A Healthy Symptom, And One Which

would delight me were it accompanied by an equally firm rejection of the propa- ganda of distrust. It would be a grave misfortune if the people of this country were to become......