TWELVE DECISIVE BATTLES OF THE MIND by Gorham Munson

TWELVE DECISIVE BATTLES OF THE MIND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Propaganda is defined as ""the art and science of controlling the mind of mankind by overwhelming insistence upon a point of view"" -- and this is its story, with accompanying illustrative texts. Propaganda of religion (St. Paul); of American Independence (Thos. Paine); of Revolutionary Democracy (Declaration of Rights); of Socialism (Communist Manifesto); of Abolition (Uncle Tom's Cabin); of Justice (Zola); of Anti-Semitism (Protocols of ion); of Peace Aims (Wilson's 14 Points); of Bolshevism (Lenin); of National Socialism (Hitler); of Fascism (Mussolini). Good source book.

Pub Date: Jan. 8th, 1942
Publisher: Greystone