The Politics of Lying: Implications for Democracy

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Index
Abrams, E., Assistant Secretary of State101
accountability 18, 35-6
ministerial 81, 85
struggle for democratic 212-16
Afghanistan114-16
aid
arms-aid linkage 155-8; political defence 161-2
civil aid for development 154
Aid and Trade Provision (ATP) 153-4, 158-9, 164
Allison, G. 49
Almond, G.A.30
American Civil Liberties Union 73-4
Anderson, R.204
Andes121-2, 125
Andrews, D.204
Angola71
Animal Feeding Stuffs Advisory Committee206
anti-communism 57-8, 76-7
anti-terrorist operations, undercover 180-4
Aquinas, T. 4
Arendt, H. 37
Argentina86-7
Arms to Iraq affair 130-52, 208, 210-11
Government cover-up 146-50
Howe's 1984 guidelines 130-7
Iran-Iraq war 130-2
Matrix Churchill prosecution 141-3; suppression of government information and use of PIICs 143-5
Matrix Churchill's export licences 137-40
arms sales 87-8
to Iran96, 98-101; see also Iran-Contra affairs
to IraqseeArms to Iraq affair
Pergau dam affair seePergau dam affair
Augustine, St4
B Specials 167
Bailey, M. 85
Bailey, S.K.34
Baker, K.144
Balfour Beatty 158, 164
Barbie, K.119
Bay of Pigs 196158, 118, 120
Bazoft, F.141
Belgrano83, 86-7
Bennett Report 168, 169
Bernstein, C. 70
Beston, E.138, 143
Beven, N.147
BICC164
Bingham Commission 85
Birkinshaw, P.130
Bishop, M.72
Bismarck, O. von10
Biwater 164
black power movement 66
Blackley, I.134
Blackstock, N. 66
Bloody Sunday ( 1972) 168, 171-80
background 171-2
demonstration 172-5
justifications for the lies 178-80
recent findings 175-8
Boggs, H.67
Bok, S. 3, 4
Boland amendments 96, 97, 98
Bolivia119, 122, 123
Boyle, K.T.168
Boyle, R. 114

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