I have now added references in the form of links into my first article Robert Maxwell Series Part 1 in respect of Maxwell’s links to child studies.
To continue this series I’d like to consider the subject of Maxwell’s link to Child Studies and the three other main topics which I raised in my second recent article Robert Maxwell Series Part 2.
Each of the four areas I will be addressing deserves it’s own separate article. The three other topics are:-
- The setting up of Butterworth Springer and the role of Pergamon Press in shaping Academia.
- How individuals were selected by Maxwell personally to head Journals to be published by Pergamon, including MKULTRA funded doctor Hans Eysenck.
Hans J Eysenck
“His acolytes always bragged he was the most cited psychologist of all time,” “In the social sciences citation index, he was number three. Number two was Freud. Number one was Karl Marx. He was hugely prolific, widely cited and very influential.”Prof Anthony Pelosi, whose own investigation prompted the inquiry into Eysenck Work of renowned UK psychologist Hans J Eysenck ruled unsafe
3. Robert Maxwell’s subsequent activities in communications and the media particular those related to government propaganda and social engineering.
and I’ll be delving into his links with the International Centre for Child Studies and how closely Maxwell was linked to those child surveys.
Below is a photo taking during fundraising for the ICCS to which Maxwell donated £5000 per year for seven years. His companies are listed as Major Sponsors of the National 1970 Birth Cohort Longitudinal Study
“Maxwell said of Britain’s first female prime minister “Without her, I wouldn’t be where I am.” Thatcher described Maxwell as “one of us.” HERE
Maxwell’s Role in Founding the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Shades of Epstein? Maxwell courted and entertained leaders in the fields of Science, Child Psychology, Psychiatry and many other areas.
“The JCPP began its first issue in 1960 as it took some time in finding a
publisher. The egregious Robert Maxwell agreed to do so and really was an
enormous help – he had a wide distribution network, he was very interested. He gave wild parties at Headington Hall to which the editors were invited so
we had a jolly good time when he was around, before he fell off his boat”
12 May 2009 (My emphasis)