Propaganda to justify intervention is not only evident in the forms discussed previously. An important component comes in the existence of, and reaction to, alternative opinions. It is necessary to do more than regurgitate incidents of opposition to the current policy across the various newspapers. While these incidences are important, the attitudes towards them and omission of other details speak volumes about the British press and their attitudes towards the conflict. For example, while many newspapers produced at least a limited number of articles criticizing the policy pursued, often the consistent editorial policy had a pro-war bias.