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" England thinks in certain crises is largely controlled by a very few men, not by virtue of the direct expression of any opinion of their own, but by controlling the distribution of emphasis in the telling of facts: so stressing one group of them and keeping... "
Silvio Berlusconi: Television, Power and Patrimony - Halaman 5
oleh Paul Ginsborg, Professor Paul Ginsborg - 2004 - 189 halaman
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The Newspaper and Authority

Lucy Maynard Salmon - 1923 - 505 halaman
...the distribution of emphasis in the telling of facts, so stressing one group of them day after day and keeping another group in the background as to make a given conclusion inevitable." — Norman Angell, The British Revolution and the American Democracy, pp. 244-245. 40...
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Visions of the Press in Britain, 1850-1950

Mark Hampton - 2004 - 218 halaman
...of the Press Barons was in determining the very news upon which ordinary people thought: "Obviously what England thinks is largely controlled by a very...group in the background as to make a given conclusion inevitable."118 Angell provided an example in the Paris Peace Conference, an occasion that called for...
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