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Party members and citizens in general were given no other information than Stalin and his aides thought necessary. The idea of a proletarian monopoly on the press was perverted; freedom of speech was simply liquidated. The press was closed not only to enemy criticism and mudslinging, which was quite proper, but also to criticism from Party positions of the political, economic and cultural perversions that abounded in the years of the cult…He turned the Party’s monopoly of the press against the Party and the people.

Marxism, leninism and the media 23 Glasnost The last, but by no means least, of Lenin’s principles to be discussed here, and the one which has become most familiar in the course of the reforms which have been taking place in the USSR since 1985, is that of ‘openness’ or ‘publicity’, expressed in Russian by the terms ‘otkritost’ and, more popularly, ‘glasnost’. 69). 14 In relation to the press, glasnost was used by Lenin in two senses. After the revolution, as we have seen, Lenin argued that the role of the media in the era of socialist construction was to publicise and give voice to significant positive phenomena in Soviet economic life.

Party members and citizens in general were given no other information than Stalin and his aides thought necessary. The idea of a proletarian monopoly on the press was perverted; freedom of speech was simply liquidated. The press was closed not only to enemy criticism and mudslinging, which was quite proper, but also to criticism from Party positions of the political, economic and cultural perversions that abounded in the years of the cult…He turned the Party’s monopoly of the press against the Party and the people.

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