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What is propaganda? An act of plagiarizing work from another professional journalist for clear personal gain A deliberate use of words and/or images to persuade and sometimes mislead the public A logical fallacy that involves offering someone two options when there are many more An attempt to defame someone's character through potentially destructive writing or speech

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    @Spectrum

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    It's a deliberate use of words and/or images to persuade and sometimes mislead the public. For example, during WW2, Nazi Germany used propaganda to vilify the Jews and make them out into monsters and sub-humans, stirring up hate for them.

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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/50abafa1e4b06b5e493368a1 @Spectrum @Captain_Page_Turner

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