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Detecting Propaganda

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Mr. Gunnar AP English Language and Composition ?How to Detect Propaganda? Adapted from: The Institute for Propaganda Analysis, 1937 If Americans are to have a clear understanding of present-day conditions and what to do about them, they must be able to recognize propaganda, to analyze it, and to appraise it. But what is propaganda? As generally understood, propaganda is expression of opinion or action by individuals or groups deliberately designed to influence opinions or actions of other individuals or groups with reference to predetermined ends. Thus propaganda differs from scientific analysis. The propagandist is trying to ?put something across,? good or bad; whereas the scientist is trying to
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