Education: Propaganda Probe

There are three possible ways to deal with propaganda. You can suppress it, meet it with counter-propaganda or analyze it and try to see how much truth there is in it. We are going to analyze it.

With this explanation and with the help of $10,000 contributed by late Merchant Edward Albert Filene as his last gesture toward reforming the world, Professor Clyde Raymond Miller of Columbia University's Teachers College, one of the most skillful propagandists of his time this week began to help U. S. citizens to "detect and analyze propaganda"...

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