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line, but none in its denial. The Daily Express and the Daily Mail gave long circumstantial reports of Russian intervention under big headlines, but the latter ignored the denial entirely and the former almost entirely. Analysis of the publicity given to the Japanese and Chinese cases respectively in the two critical months reveals that the Times devoted 1,379 inches to the former and 366 to the latter; the Daily Express 471 and 76; the Daily Mail 578 and 143; the Daily Herald 219 and 174; the News-Chronicle 343 and 261; the Manchester Guardian 683 and 591- Or put in another way, the first three papers above, which in their editorial columns opposed League action against Japan, gave respectively 79, 86, and 8o per cent of their news space to the support of Japan. How many of their readers, then, were in a position to judge fairly between the two disputants? "The mass of the population of a country," Bertrand Russell has said, "can be led to love or hate any other country at the will of the newspaper proprietors, which is often, directly or indirectly, influenced by the will of the great financiers. So long as enmity between England and Russia was desired, our newspapers were full of the cruel treatment meted out to Russian political prisoners, the oppression of Finland and Russian Poland, and other such topics. As soon as our foreign policy changed these items disappeared."(1) Before the South African War "the Daily Mail in particular was held responsible for defaming the Boers and thus encouraging hostilities."(2)
Clearly, it is particularly in times of emergency that the Press becomes important. Sir Norman Angell has expressed the opinion that "a few newspaper proprietors were nearer, at just those junctures which are crucial, really to governing

1 Roads to Freedom, pp. 149-50.
2 L. M. Salmon, The Newspaper and Authority, 1923, p. 421.

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