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PUBLIC OPINION

was "out of the question." Also a claim, astonishing if correctly reported, is said to have been made by Lord Rothermere, as a condition of his help to Mr. Baldwin in a later election, that the Prime Minister should consult him in the selection of his Cabinet.(1)
Normally there is also much collaboration between government departments and the Press. The department is perhaps even more susceptible to Press attack than to Parliamentary criticism. It realises the dangers inherent in such attack, and on the other hand the importance of the services which the Press can render if propitiated, as, for example, in popularising some special activity such as the road safety campaign, air-raid precautions, or modernisation and development of the defence forces. Although for long the departments looked askance at the journalist, treating him as a vulgar intruder, his potential usefulness was seen by Joseph Chamberlain and others,(2) and now departments have their established channels of communication with the Press, sometimes their Press officers, and the journalist is always assured of a welcome and generally of information.
This double collaboration of minister with owner, and administrator with journalist, has important further effects on the news. At special times it produces an extraordinary unanimity of news emphasis and editorial comment. Inspiration from those social circles in which move courtiers, ministers, industrialists, financiers, newspaper owners, was mainly responsible for the astonishing unanimity which developed out of discord at the time of the abdication. For months before this, information of the King's activities, with which every country outside England was familiar, was

1 G. Blake, op. cit., p. 13.
2 See Kennedy Jones, Fleet Street and Downing Street, 1919.

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