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PUBLIC OPINION

on the continuity of the capitalist system, it is scarcely likely that they would support a newspaper, however tempting a morsel its circulation might be, which sought with all its might to overthrow that system."(1) Thus there is an almost automatic "safety-catch" within capitalist democracy against the giving of news providing evidence of a need for change in the economic system. Once circulation becomes large enough to make a journal potentially dangerous this begins to operate.
The newspaper proprietor's power is more definite. Let no one suppose that it is exercised by exhortation and advice. It is not by telling citizens which way to vote when an election comes, nor by teaching them a political philosophy in the daily leader, that he exercises his influence. The leader is seldom read or the exhortation regarded. What is important is the selection made of news. Even a Conservative Prime Minister, Mr. Baldwin, has deplored "the power of being able to suppress everything a man says that you do not like, the power of attacking all the time without there being any possibility of being hit back."(2) The truth is that-emergency apart, about which there will be more to be said later-the real work of the Press is done every day through countless suppressions and emphases.
Men in power, and still more men who aspire to power, have not been slow to appreciate the value of Press support. Proprietors may have been ennobled for such reasons. There is hardly a big newspaper whose owner has not for one reason or another become a peer.(3) The value of Lord North

1 A. J. Cummings (of the News-Chronicle), The Press, 1936,
p. 77.
2 Quoted by G. Blake, The Press and the Public, 1930, p. 20.
3 On the society and industrial millionaire Press owner at one particular moment see Lord Northcliffe, Newspaper Millionaires.

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