Luther, Absolutely Not!

The five hundredth anniversary of Martin Luther, who was largely responsible for the Protestant revolution of the XVI century, gave rise to manifestations of sympathy in certain Catholic circles which would have been considered absolutely unforeseeable five years ago. Among … Continue reading

Unperceived Ideological Transshipment and Dialogue

Contents: Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Introduction Twisting Words in the Service of Communist Propaganda Unmasking a Process Implicit Ideological Action, the Central Feature of the Process Unperceived Ideological Transshipment: A Summary Chapter I · An Obsolete Conception of the Efficacy … Continue reading

What Next?

I have just read a report that a hot fight over a proposed strike is going on between hardliners and “softliners” inside the Polish Communist Party. The advocates of the “soft” position are calling for concessions to the Solidarity union … Continue reading

Living Tableaux-Explosions

A friend recently arrived from Paris told me he had seen a unique play. The plot was not taken from literary fiction, but from a phase in the history of France. Scenes from the frantic, filthy and bloody debacle of … Continue reading

Convergence and Psychological Warfare

I am writing on Tuesday morning. Today’s papers in Brazil and the world are reporting still another change of nuance in the overall picture of the situation in Poland. The success of the various strike movements has forced the Communist … Continue reading

Conscientize, Conscientize

“An extremely rare ‘Social Revolution’ is being carried out in the United States,” affirmed El Mercurio (8-25-80), the newspaper with the largest circulation in the Chilean capital, on publishing a news dispatch coming from Los Angeles, California. The dispatch gives … Continue reading

BACK TO THE TOWER OF BABEL ?

In my last article, I analyzed an aspect of the reaction of the Brazilian public to the personality of John Paul II. This widespread reaction went like immense vibrations through large masses in all sectors of public opinion. In a … Continue reading

The Lullaby Revel Didn’t Mention

The well-known Parisian weekly L’Express recently published an article by Jean François Revel entitled “La fin des berceuses,” that is, “The End of Lullabies.” The dictator Tito appears on the cover in a photograph one could call surrealistic, but which … Continue reading

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