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It is the trivial, the irrelevant, the sensational, the appeal to obsolete bigotry which naturally give it greatest publicity. In such publicity it becomes a mere vulgar caricature of itself.
Everett Dean Martin (more quotes by Everett Dean Martin or books by/about Everett Dean Martin)
(1880-1941) American minister, writer, journalist, instructor, lecturer, social psychologist, social philosopher, advocate of adult education
Are We Victims of Propaganda, Our Invisible Masters: A Debate with Edward Bernays (1929)
Propaganda, Educatiion, Ignorance, Collectivism, Control, Independence, Reason, Indoctrination, Opinion, Free Thought, Bigotry