Education: Propaganda Battle

Around a dinner table in Manhattan frequently gather some 20 of the ace propagandists in the U. S. This unpublicized, high-powered group calls itself the Council on Public Opinion, chairman is the nation's No. 1 publicist, dark, Machiavellian Edward L. Bernays. Others: General Motors' Public Relations Counsel Paul Willard Garrett, American Iron and Steel Institute's John Wiley Hill, Rockefeller

Center's Merle Crowell, NBC's Vice President Frank Earl Mason, Yale's Professor James Harvey Rogers, Columbia University's Professors Robert Staughton Lynd, Lyman Bryson, Joseph Daniel McGoldrick, Clyde. Raymond Miller. Back & forth across the...

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