Propaganda vs. Political Persuasion in Politics: Public Beware
AbstractThis article observes the differences between propaganda and political rhetoric, primarily by examining the campaign tactics of Newt Gingrich during his rise to power to become House Speaker in 1994. Readers are made aware of the importance of distinguishing these differences in order to make informed political decisions based on logical reasoning rather than on irrational appeals that stem from political propaganda.
How to Cite
Dunn, D. (2015). Propaganda vs. Political Persuasion in Politics: Public Beware. Young Scholars in Writing, 9, 145-154. Retrieved from https://youngscholarsinwriting.org/index.php/ysiw/article/view/138
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