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#32: The CIA's Mighty Wurlitzer with Raymond Peat

#32: The CIA's Mighty Wurlitzer with Raymond Peat

01:10 - Danny’s preparation for talking to Ray03:08 - The 1933-1934 coup against FDR as described by Schmedly Butler06:18 - Daniel Sheehan and The Christic Institute 06:47 - Controlled opposition in the JFK assassination07:11 -  "The decision to include culture and art in the US Cold War arsenal was taken as soon as the CIA was founded in 1947. Dismayed at the appeal communism still had for many intellectuals and artists in the West, the new agency set up a division, the Propaganda Assets Inventory, which at its peak could influence more than 800 newspapers, magazines and public information organisations. They joked that it was like a Wurlitzer jukebox: when the CIA pushed a button it could hear whatever tune it wanted playing across the world.” Frances Stonor Saunders08:10 - The CIA was created by Harry Truman in 194709:12 - The Nazi roots of the ruling class and operation paperclip11:10 - Were people asking questions about the Nazification of America?13:14 - Why was it necessary

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