June 19, 2002
Propaganda Analysis

Propaganda Analysis -- "As generally understood, propaganda is opinion expressed for the purpose of influencing actions of individuals or groups... Propaganda thus differs fundamentally from scientific analysis. The propagandist tries to 'put something across,' good or bad. The scientist does not try to put anything across; he devotes his life to the discovery of new facts and principles."

Some insight into understanding and analyzing propaganda - techniques used to persuade and trick people into believing the speakers' point...

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