By Patrick Major, Rana Mitter
This ebook asks the reader to think again the chilly battle not only as superpower clash and excessive international relations, yet as social and cultural background. It makes cross-cultural comparisons of the socio cultural facets of the chilly struggle around the East/West block divide, facing concerns together with broadcasting, public opinion, and the construction and intake of pop culture.
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Extra info for Across the Blocs: Exploring Comparative Cold War Cultural and Social History (Cold War History)
Interview: John Twitty, by telephone, 15 Nov. 2000. 57. 492/1–8 63, Rusk to Prague (drafted by Squires, USIA, ICS), 8 Jan. 1963. 58. Interview: Frank Shakespeare, 11 Jan. 1997. 59. NA RG 59 State CPF 1960–1963, box 3269, INF France, Embassy Paris to State Department, 8 May 1963. 60. JFKL POF, Depts. and Agencies: USIA, box 91, Sorenson to President, ‘Reactions to your Civil Rights Speech’, 14 June 1963; Salinger papers, box 132, USIA 1963, Wilson to President, 14 May 1963. 61. NA RG 59 State CPF 1960–1963, box 3271, INF 11 PAK, Embassy Karachi to Dept.
He unsuccessfully urged Kennedy to avoid defoliant operations. His suggestion that the US rationalize its media operations in Vietnam by creating a ‘single press relations Tsar’ at the Saigon Embassy was not implemented till 1965 (arguably too late to make much difference). But frustration at the chaotic Vietnam policy-making ground him down in the summer of 1963. A White House minute of 10 September reflected Murrow’s frustration: ‘Mr. ’65 Murrow’s feelings over Vietnam had been shaken by the events of August 1963.
15; JFKL POF, Depts. and Agencies USIA, box 91, Murrow to President, 31 Aug. 1961. The Daily Express version, 2 Sept. 1961, showed only the site and relative location of Western Europe, but associated articles dealt with the risk of fall-out. 33. JFKL VOA, reel 1, News Analysis, 1847, Raymond Swing, ‘The Soviet People are not told’, 6 Sept. 1961. 34. JFKL USIA director file, reel 6, Murrow to Bowles, 24 June 1961, secret, ‘The Nuclear Test Ban Issue’. Across the blocs 36 35. 59, Murrow to President, 31 Aug.
Across the Blocs: Exploring Comparative Cold War Cultural and Social History (Cold War History) by Patrick Major, Rana Mitter