George Walford: The Weakness of the Press

People attempting radical social changes, and failing to arouse the support they need, often blame the newspapers. These, they maintain, form public opinion; what the papers say, the people think. Experienced newspaper proprietors know better, although it often costs them millions to learn the lesson. They can maintain circulation only by saying what their readers… read more »

George Walford: War is Fun!

I Shall we ever win free of war? It would take more than a crystal ball to answer that question, but we can at least look at some of the indications. In the experience of civilised people today, and of their forebears over generations, war occurs in a world dominated by capitalism and the state…. read more »

George Walford: Meet Systematic Ideology

George Walford published (and often revised) this introduction to systematic ideology in each issue of Ideological Commentary from January 1985 to August 1994.  This revision of August 1993, published June 1994, is his final version. – Trevor Blake Ideological Commentary announces itself as a journal of systematic ideology (s.i.), but it does not claim final… read more »