Stalin and Propaganda
The powers of persuasion are so strong that it allows certain individuals to influence, and therefore, control even millions of people and bind them together in search of one common cause. This tactic of persuasion is also called propaganda. Propaganda is the spreading of information in order to influence public opinion and to manipulate other people's beliefs. The message of propaganda is primarily intended to serve the interests of the messenger, thereby increasing his power. All propaganda is a systematic effort to persuade. The propagandist gives a one-sided message, accentuating…
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- Stalin and Propaganda
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