Propaganda

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H. Liveright, 1930 - Propaganda - 159 pages
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The introduction by Mark Crispin Miller is excellent. - Goodreads
A basic introduction but quite repetitive and dry. - Goodreads
As far as his writing style, there is not much cadence. - Goodreads
Quite short but full of insight. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Travis Rainwater - Goodreads

Propaganda or "public relations" is one of the pillars on which modern society rests. The importance of the book is that it is the beginning of the discipline of public relations. It is dated(1928 ... Read full review

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User Review  - Temeika Beasley - Spruiells - Goodreads

I will never make decisions the same after reading this chilling playbook exposing the scientific molding of the public mind from the perspective of Edward Bernays, Father of Propaganda and nephew of ... Read full review

Contents

Organizing Chaos
9
The New Propaganda
19
The New Propagandists
32
Copyright

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