Communist Propaganda 1950s

Communist Propaganda 1950s

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In today’s world, we find ourselves fighting an epidemic of Propaganda. In the peak of  President Donald Trumps Presidency and all the hype we know as “Fake News,” it is hard to be secure in how you find and intake media in any form. Sometimes we must dig deep into the past, to understand the direction of our world today. Many people find power so irresistible, they are willing to go to great lengths to acquire such power as to dominate over every aspect of life.

 The world today is a funny place, full of all kinds of people. As we live in today’s fast-paced world, it is hard to slow down and see what is happening right in front of our very eyes. Everyone so eager to be the next big thing, we find people so much more willing to let the little things slide. When you let the little things slide it will keep getting worse.

We depend on each other to combat the wickedness of greed and lust of power. I ask that you all do your own deep research and don’t allow your own weakness to undermine your studies. Only you can be honest with yourself.

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Communist Propaganda End Of the 1950s Makes You Wonder Today!

US National Archives

Published on Jan 5, 2017, / Creator(s): Central Intelligence Agency. 12/4/1981- (Most Recent) Record Group 263: Records of the Central Intelligence Agency, 1894 – 2002 Date: ca. late-1950s Description: This film features a conversation about different forms of Communist propaganda between George V. Allen, director of the United States Information Agency, Ernest K. Lindley of Newsweek, U.S. Army Colonel John C. Weaver, U.S. Navy Captain John Leeds, U.S. Air Force Colonel Bascom Neal, and U.S. Marine Corps Colonel Raymond G. Davis. It includes several clips from Soviet propaganda films. Contact(s): National Archives at College Park – Motion Pictures (RDSM), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road College Park, MD 20740-6001 Phone: 301-837-3540, Fax: 301-837-3620, Email: Local Identifier: 263.1078 National Archives Identifier: 592764 National Archives Catalog series entry:

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