Propaganda, Inc: Selling America's Culture to the World
PROPAGANDA INC: SELLING AMERICA'S CULTURE TO THE WORLD Open Media Series # 6 An expose of The US Information Agency, the US government enterprise responsible for America's overseas information and cultural programmes. It reveals that the Agency's cultural policy is primarily engaged in the promotion of American corporate interests overseas and is little more than than a propaganda conduit for big business.
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Foreword by Herbert I Schiller
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