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by William Henry Irwin
Author: William Henry Irwin
Publisher: Praeger (May 1, 1970)
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics and Government
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The problem isn’t that news outlets make these mistakes. And as advertising mixes with propaganda mixes with actual reporting we can’t tell the difference anymore. It’s a never-ending scorched earth campaign, made possible because harming trust and encouraging tribalism is economically rewarded. In other words, the economic incentives of news directly contribute to the divisiveness of our country.
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Quick Summary: Propaganda is controlling how the public SEES a business, group or idea. I bet you think of World War 2 and the posters that were used by Hitler to spread evil ideas. And you’d probably think of doctors. Edward Bernays says understanding propaganda will help you better understand democracy and human nature. And you'll learn to USE propaganda to spread your ideas and build a professional reputation to attract more business. The Nazis in Germany wanted to spread the idea that Jewish people were inferior and parasites on society. So the real challenge is how to get doctors to publicly recommend eating bacon.
Distinctions are sometimes made between overt propaganda, in which the propagandists and perhaps their .
Distinctions are sometimes made between overt propaganda, in which the propagandists and perhaps their backers are made known to the reactors, and covert propaganda, in which the sources are secret or disguised.