The Angola Story, as Told by Selvage and Lee

Friedenberg, Daniel M.
April 1962
New Republic;4/2/62, Vol. 146 Issue 14, p9
Reveals the work done by the U.S. public relations firm Selvage & Lee Inc. to discredit the attempt of the Angolan people to free themselves from Portugal. Company that funded Selvage & Lee's public relations campaign; Challenge faced by Selvage & Lee concerning Protestant ministers; Role played by the newspaper "The Pittsburgh Courier," and its associate editor George S. Schuyler in the campaign; Contents of the memorandum sent by Selvage & Lee to NBC in connection to the Angolan revolt.


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