War Propaganda: How To Get A Country To Go To War • Discoverology

War Propaganda: How To Get A Country To Go To War

The war propaganda function in the United States is finely tuned. It’s sophisticated and most of all it blends into the media terrain. While the names of the countries changed, and of course each circumstance was different, there were some parallels that cried out for examination.

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