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Congressman Oscar Callaway lost his Congressional election for opposing US entry into WW 1. Before he left office, he demanded investigation into JP Morgan & Co for purchasing control over America’s leading 25 newspapers in order to propagandize US public opinion in favor of his corporate and banking interests, including profits from US participation in the war. Mr. Callaway alleged he had the evidence to prove Morgan associates were working as editors to select and edit articles, with the press receiving monthly payments for their allegiance to Morgan.
One of the leading papers, The New York Times, printed the story of Congressman Callaway’s call for investigation from Washington, D.C., but the editor chose a curious obfuscating headline:
J.P. Morgan Interests
Buy 25 of America's Leading Newspapers and Insert Editors U.S. Congressional Record February 9, 1917, page 2947
Ms. Moseley, who is 30 years old and keeping her name, is a producer for CBS News in Washington. She graduated from Harvard University.
Mr. Nides, 31, is the executive assistant to Representative Thomas S. Foley, the Speaker of the House. He graduated from the University of Minnesota.
Mrs. Cameron, 27 years old, is a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, the international management consulting company, in Toronto. She graduated from Stanford University and received a doctorate in international relations from Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. Her father, a retired senior vice president at the National Bank of Washington, is a former governor of the Federal Reserve. Her mother is a guest scholar at the Brookings Institution.
Mr. Cameron, 31, is a television producer in Toronto for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He also graduated from Stanford, and received a master's in international relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
originally posted by: Dimithae
a reply to: xuenchen
So where are we to go to get fair and unbiased sources?
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
I feel like a broken record player but I'm gonna say it again, just to drive it home........
PROPAGANDA - HIDE YOUR SCUM
Despite what is taught in school, let me be perfectly clear - Nazi Germany did NOT lose WWII, they simply cloaked themselves with Old Glory and made their way to America.
Your OP is testament to this.