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|... Rudyard Kipling), 'What proprietorship of these papers is aiming at is power, |
and power without responsibility – the prerogative of the harlot throughout the
ages.' The despotic rule of the press barons is usually compared unfavourably
with a ...
|11 Power without responsibility I see. Power without responsibility: the |
prerogative of the harlot throughout the ages. Stanley Baldwin, repeating the
words of Kipling to describe the press The House of Lords, an illusion to which I
have never ...
|Their newspapers, he declared a week before St George's went to the polls, were |
not newspapers but 'engines of ... at is power, and power without responsibility -
the prerogative of the harlot throughout the ages . . . this contest is not a contest ...
|I want power without responsibility.' Kipling replied, 'The prerogative of the harlot |
throughout the ages': unpublished paragraph in proofs of G. M. Young's Baldwin,
CUL MS Add. 7799, p. 159. 61 Beaverbrook and Rothermere. 6J 7 August.
|Stoppard was reworking a phrase, 'power without responsibility', coined by an |
earlier writer, Rudyard Kipling, in relation to the newspaper proprietor Max Aitken
, ... 'Power without responsibility: the prerogative of the harlot throughout the ages
|... the inevitabil- power, and [tower without responsibility ity of accommodating |
change - the prerogative of the harlot throughout in the Empire, and the need the
ages. for party leaders to tell their BALDWIN followers the truth, 'because truth is ...
|The first is of no value, and the second I would not touch with a barge-pole. What |
the proprietorship of these papers is aiming at is power, and power without
responsibility - the prerogative of the harlot throughout the ages. This contest is
not a ...
|'responsibility without power, the prerogative of the eunuch throughout the ages'. |
As owners, shareholders had responsibility for the consequences of the actions
of their firms; but as increasingly dispersed ... Stanley Baldwin, described as '
power without responsibility, the prerogative of the harlot throughout the ages'.
|Closely related to power, particularly position power, and worthy of comment |
here, is status. ... sometimes exercise power without responsibility – in Rudyard
Kipling's words, 'the prerogative of the harlot throughout the ages'.101 Contrast
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|ish prime minister Stanley Baldwin who said of Beaverbrook (and Rother- mere) |
that he sought 'power without responsibility - the prerogative of the harlot
throughout the ages.' See Hugh Cudlipp, The Prerogative of the Harlot: Press