Propaganda and persuasion in the Cold war: the Canadian Soviet Friendship Society, 1949-1960

  title={Propaganda and persuasion in the Cold war: the Canadian Soviet Friendship Society, 1949-1960},
  author={Jennifer L. Anderson},
During the early Cold War, thousands of Canadians attended events organized by the Canadian Soviet Friendship Society (CSFS), and subscribed to its publications. Although scholarship on Cold War Canada and the Communist Party of Canada (CPC) has grown, the CSFS led by Dyson Carter from 1949-1960, has received relatively little attention from historians. Moreover, few historians have noted the important role played by the Soviet All-Union Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries… Expand
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  • Health Economics, Policy and Law
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