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The FEC leadership was comprised of men who combined a hatred of communism with a powerful belief in democracy, liberal internationalism, and American virtue. Jackson and Grew, for example, were strong advocates of pan-European federation as a means of ensuring that instability in the region did not trigger yet a third global conflict. Nor was Jackson inclined to endorse John Foster Dulles’s view that communism represented a dire threat to the future of Western civilization. ” Jackson, in fact, shrewdly understood that communism would quickly collapse without the power of Soviet armaments to prop it up: “If the present Russian regime were to disappear and somehow or other the Russian dynamic of conquest .
The bell was designed by Walter Dorwin Teague, a leading industrial engineer from New York, and cast by one of the world’s leading bell foundries, an English firm named Gilett and Johnston, Ltd. 2 The Freedom Bell was sponsored and, it was assumed, paid for by a new organization called the Crusade for Freedom. The crusade’s ostensible purpose was to raise funds for Radio Free Europe, the new anti-Communist station whose broadcasts to Eastern Europe had begun that summer. General Clay was the organization’s chairman; its board consisted of the same prominent men who served on the board of the Free Europe Committee.
15 There is, however, some evidence that “elements” within the CIA did involve themselves in RFE projects at least through the mid-1950s. In an October 1954 memo to Whitney M. ” Lang’s reference to the CIA’s “operating side” presumably meant agency officials who were not under the control of Cord Meyer and his staff of prudent Cold War liberals. Significantly, Lang makes no reference to CIA involvement in broadcast policy, although other internal memos referred to complaints by CIA operatives in Turkey about RFE scripts that seemed to be discouraging defections.