The Nervous Liberals: Propaganda Anxieties from World War I to the Cold War

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INDEX
A
Aaron, Daniel, 279n
Abbott, John, 89, 116–18; see also Museum of Modern Art Film Library
Abrams v. U.S., 23, 48, 187–90, 225, 291n; see also Chafee, Zechariah, Jr.; see also First Amendment Theory and Interpretation
Acheson, Dean, 136
Adler, Alfred, 70
Adler, Les K., 257n
Aldington, Richard, 147
Alien Registration Act (Smith Act), 10, 13, 16, 206, 221, 245, 294n; Chafee on, 48; constitutionality upheld, 248; passage of, 196
Allen, Ward, study of World War I cases, 186–93, 197
Almond, Gabriel, 56, 60; on Lasswell's Psychopathology and Politics, 67
American Civil Liberties Union, 227–28
American Council Against Nazi Propaganda, 78, 177, 208, 221; see also Antifascist organizations
American Film Center, 12, 109–14; work with government agencies, 110–12; Rockefeller grants, 113; see also Slesinger, Donald
Americans for Democratic Action, 244
Antifascist organizations, 78–80, 177– 78, 207–9, 220–21, 268n
Army-Navy-Air Force Personnel Security Board, 249
Asher, Court, 210; see also U.S. v. McWilliams et al.
Attorney General Opinion of 1940, 157–58, 160
Auhagen, Frederich Ernst, 79, 215; U.S. v. Friedrich Ernst Auhagen, 215
B
Baldwin, Roger, 227
Barrett, Edward, 256n
Barry, Iris, 89, 116–18; see also Museum of Modern Art Film Library
Baxter, James, 165
Baxter, William, 165
Belknap, Michael, 248
Bennett, Tony, 25
Berle, Adolf, 163–64
Bernays, Edward, 16, 26, 57, 63–64; “Molding Public Opinion,” 64; Propaganda, 63
Bernhard, Nancy, 245
Biddle, Francis, 136; appointed Attorney General, 181; conflicts with Hoover, 200; on establishing Lasswell's project at Library of Congress, 124–25, 170; on postal policy, 160; prosecution of native fascists, 220, 227–30, 296n; work with Special Defense Unit, 184, 197
Birkhead, Rev. Leon (Friends of Democracy, Inc.), 79–80, 221, 269n; see also Antifascist organizations
Black, Forest, 190–91, 193
Black, Gregory, 272n
Blake, Casey Nelson, 264n
Blum, John Morton, 19–20, 269n, 278n
Blumenstock, Dorothy, 83

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