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The power of the great magnates, through political corruption, through threats of causing a panic, through influence on large sections of the press, is such that, while they may be defeated in a pitched battle at a time of political excitement, they cannot be kept in their place at ordinary times unless, as a result of a pitched battle, they have been shorn of most of their means of influencing opinion.
From: Bertrand Russell: Public and private interests, written in c.1933? In: Mortals and Others, v.1 (1975)
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