An Office of Policy Coordination memorandum formulates principles guiding Radio Liberty broadcasting, which should be organized by a Russian Political Center, not duplicate Voice of America broadcasts, and aim at destroying the Soviet government’s monopoly of information.
January 22, 1953
Radio Policy Paper
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A CIA memorandum formulates guidelines for RL broadcasts to be conducted by a Coordinating Center of Soviet exiles
CIA Mandatory Declassification Review, #C01434009. Obtained and contributed by A. Ross Johnson. Cited in his book 'Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty'. A nearly identical unredacted RL policy document, dated February 11, 1953, is available in the Hoover Archives and is cited in Ch. 2, n. 85.
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