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Selling the Great War: The Making of American Propaganda

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Selling the Great War is the story of maverick journalist George Creel and the epoch-making government agency he built and led using the emerging industries of mass advertising and public relations to convince isolationist America to join World War I. Authorized by President Woodrow Wilson and created and run by Creel, the Committee on Public Information had one goal: to monopolize every medium and and avenue of communication in order to forge a nation of warriors for democracy. Alan Axelrod offers a fascinating investigation of America on the cusp of becoming a world power and how its first and most extensive propaganda machine attained unprecedented results.  

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ISBN: 9780230605039
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Language: English
Page Count: 244
Size: 9.58" l x 6.46" w x 0.91"
Series: N/A