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The Resource The Battle for Hearts and Minds in the High North : The USIA and American Cold War Propaganda in Sweden, 1952-1969

The Battle for Hearts and Minds in the High North : The USIA and American Cold War Propaganda in Sweden, 1952-1969

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The Battle for Hearts and Minds in the High North : The USIA and American Cold War Propaganda in Sweden, 1952-1969
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The Battle for Hearts and Minds in the High North
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The USIA and American Cold War Propaganda in Sweden, 1952-1969
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New Perspectives on the Cold War
The Battle for Hearts and Minds in the High North : The USIA and American Cold War Propaganda in Sweden, 1952-1969
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The Battle for Hearts and Minds in the High North : The USIA and American Cold War Propaganda in Sweden, 1952-1969
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Contents
  • The Battle for Hearts and Minds in the High North: The USIA and American Cold War Propaganda in Sweden, 1952-1969 -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Foreword and Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Analytical Framework: Hegemony and How to Define it -- 1 American Propaganda and the Working Class: The USIS and the Swedish Union and Labour Movement -- Introduction -- The USIS and Swedish Labour -- USIS in Sweden in 1959 -- Propaganda and Co-production in the Social Democratic Newspaper Arbetet -- The USIS and LO and ABF -- The USIS and Swedish Labour during Kennedy/Murrow and LBJ/Marks -- Swaying the Swedish Working Class -- 2 Freedom from the Press? The Americans, LO, and the Closing of Stockholms-Tidningen -- Introduction -- A Mounting Problem -- The Americans and Stockholms-Tidningen -- Corporatism, the ICFTU, Anti-Communism, and the CIA -- Renewed Effort against LO's Newspaper -- Getting Rid of Vinde -- The End -- Plucking a Thorn from Everyone's Side -- 3 American Propaganda and the Opinion-makers, Part I: The Placement of USIS Articles in the Swedish Press -- Introduction -- How American Propagandists Worked with Swedish Journalists -- The USIS, Racial Segregation, and the Vietnam War: An Effort Doomed to Failure? -- Sending Journalists on Propaganda Trips -- Utilizing the USIS' Propaganda -- The Use of the USIS News Bulletin -- Co-producing U.S. Hegemony by Grey- and Black-washing USIS Propaganda in the Swedish Press -- Was Communist Propaganda in Sweden Any Different? -- Co-opting the Swedish Press: The Power and Limits of Propaganda -- 4 American Propaganda and the Opinion-makers, Part II: The USIS and Swedish Radio and Television -- Introduction -- The USIS and Swedish Television -- Propagandizing Swedish Television and Radio in the 1960s -- Battling Communism and Promoting 'Western' Values -- A New Focus
  • American Motion Picture Propaganda -- The USIS Propaganda Effort in the Latter Half of the 1960s -- Seducing the Swedes: Moving the Swedish TV and Radio Audiences -- 5 American Propaganda and the Swedish Educational Sector, Part I: The Fulbright Program, Cultural Exchanges, and Research Funding -- Introduction -- The Fulbright Program as a Tool of Hegemony -- Sweden and American 'High Culture' Propaganda -- Propaganda and Co-production in the Scientific Community: The U.S. Military's Funding of Research in Sweden -- Making Sweden a Part of NATO Infrastructure through Science Funding -- American Sponsorship of Swedish Scientists in International and Historical Context -- Sweden and the Atoms for Peace Campaign -- Financing the Shift: The Enrollment of Swedish Academics and Scientists -- 6 American Propaganda and the Swedish Educational Sector, Part II: The USIS, Academic Exchanges, and American Studies in Sweden -- Introduction -- American Studies as Propaganda -- American Lecturers in Sweden -- The Salzburg Seminar in American Studies -- Further Exchanges -- Change through Exchange: Enhancing the Westward Drift in Academia -- Conclusions: How the Swedish Hearts and Minds were Won by American Propagandists -- Bibliography & Sources -- Index
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