Who Paid the Piper?: The CIA and the Cultural Cold War

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Granta Books, 2000 - Arts - 509 pages
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During the Cold War, writers and artists were faced with a huge challenge. In the Soviet world, they were expected to turn out works that glorified militancy, struggle and relentless optimism. In the West, freedom of expression was vaunted as liberal democracy's most cherished possession. But such freedom could carry a cost.

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FRANCES STONOR SAUNDERS has worked as an independent film producer, and her documentaries include the four-hour series Hidden Hands: A Different View of Modernism. She lives in London.

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