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Radio Free Europe Information Item #687/54 (29 January 1954): “The Decline of Family Life”

Radio Free Europe Information Item #687/54 (29 January 1954): “The Decline of Family Life” the source Radio Free Europe Information Item #687/54 (29 January 1954) “The Decline of Family Life” Introduction and Translation: Melissa Feinberg Source citation: “The Decline of Family Life,” Item #687/54, 29 January 1954, Open Society Archive, Budapest (HU-OSA), fond 300-1-2 (Records of Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty Research Institute: General Records: Information Items), microfilm reel 33. This source is also available in the Open Society Archive’s online collection. The on- line citation is: “The Decline of Family Life,” 29 January 1954. HU-OSA300-1-2-43100; Records of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Research Institute: General Records: Information Items. http://www.osaarchivum.org/greenfield/repository/osa:e831c10f- 9229-4fdb-a45a-4b059f4dceeb (accessed 1.10.2015). This translation is published with the permission of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 1201 Connecticut Ave NW, Ste 400, Washington DC 20036. Introduction: Radio Free Europe and the Truth about Communism On 20 April 1950, American President Harry S. Truman gave a speech to the American Society of Newspaper Editors about the power of propaganda. The Soviets, warned Truman, had developed propaganda into a “powerful weapon.” They effectively pre- sented themselves as agents of peace and promoters of democracy when they were really no more than totalitarian dictators who hoped to bring the world under their sway. While everything they said was http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aspasia Berghahn Books

Radio Free Europe Information Item #687/54 (29 January 1954): “The Decline of Family Life”

Aspasia , Volume 10 (1): 13 – Mar 1, 2016

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the source Radio Free Europe Information Item #687/54 (29 January 1954) “The Decline of Family Life” Introduction and Translation: Melissa Feinberg Source citation: “The Decline of Family Life,” Item #687/54, 29 January 1954, Open Society Archive, Budapest (HU-OSA), fond 300-1-2 (Records of Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty Research Institute: General Records: Information Items), microfilm reel 33. This source is also available in the Open Society Archive’s online collection. The on- line citation is: “The Decline of Family Life,” 29 January 1954. HU-OSA300-1-2-43100; Records of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Research Institute: General Records: Information Items. http://www.osaarchivum.org/greenfield/repository/osa:e831c10f- 9229-4fdb-a45a-4b059f4dceeb (accessed 1.10.2015). This translation is published with the permission of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 1201 Connecticut Ave NW, Ste 400, Washington DC 20036. Introduction: Radio Free Europe and the Truth about Communism On 20 April 1950, American President Harry S. Truman gave a speech to the American Society of Newspaper Editors about the power of propaganda. The Soviets, warned Truman, had developed propaganda into a “powerful weapon.” They effectively pre- sented themselves as agents of peace and promoters of democracy when they were really no more than totalitarian dictators who hoped to bring the world under their sway. While everything they said was

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