BOOK: Propaganda: Power and Persuasion

In Propaganda: Power and PersuasionDavid Welch examines how states have informed and influenced individuals over the past century. Though propaganda is far from new, governments’ programming has become more pervasive than ever following the rise of the mass media. In this book, Welch traces this development and identifies propaganda’s most effective channels and tactics. 

To learn how you can order a copy of Propaganda, visit the University of Chicago Press page here.

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