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PUBLIC OPINION

a special position, that is to say to the idea of inequality. The continuance of this false sense of values, so useful for the maintenance of an extremely unequal social organisation, is largely to be attributed to the Press. It is only the overrationalist intellectual who unduly discounts the social and political importance of the Press.

BROADCASTING
If change, however, has occurred increasing the significance of the newspaper proprietor, the appearance of broadcasting as a means of disseminating news provides a valuable corrective. This is in the hands of the Government in England in time of emergency. The general level and tone of the information it gives is in normal times good. It undoubtedly endeavours to give a fair selection of news. What is regarded as a fair selection will naturally depend in some measure on the scale of values by which importance is estimated, and that in its turn on the general philosophy and social background of those who make the selection of news. If Mr. Attlee's reservation to the Ullswater Report indicates a real tendency to autocracy and paternalism in staffing arrangements, or if the upper ranks are drawn from one small social class exclusively, or if narrow and rigid views are held by the authorities of the B.B.C., the consequence must inevitably be seen in the nature of the news service. There is need for more adequate supervision by the representatives of the public.
The connections between the Government and the B.B.C. are naturally close. Under its constitution the PostmasterGeneral has the right to veto any item, and government departments the right to require the inclusion of any state

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