PROPAGANDA: What the U. S. Believes

Burned by the fire of War I, the U. S. shuns the blaze of War II. Believing themselves to have also been well singed by the Allied and German propaganda of War I, the U. S. people are on the whole reluctant to believe even what their world's most honest press can learn for them about War II. How skeptical the U. S. public is about war news, even that originating from its own Capital, was made digit-plain last week by a FORTUNE survey of U. S. credulity.

The question: Do you believe all,...

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