The Revolution in Science and Technology and the Ideological Struggle

Russian Studies in Philosophy 15 (1):73-77 (1976)
The connection between the revolution in science and technology and ideological struggle is quite obvious, and it affects not only the content of the struggle but its very scale, character, and means. Today the technical potentials for bringing ideological influence to bear have increased to an unprecedented degree. This increase has expanded the range of communication to a tremendous degree and brought its object — the masses of the people — close to the sources of ideological influence
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DOI 10.2753/RSP1061-1967150173
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