Propaganda, communication, and public opinion: a comprehensive reference guide
Princeton University press, 1946 - Propaganda - 435 pages
"A continuation of the work begun in Propaganda and promotional activities: an annotated bibliography, compiled by Lasswell, Casey and Smith..."--Préf.
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