Lexi Hausner The American Revolution: Visual Propaganda -...

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Image 1: JOIN OR DIE 1. What can a viewer infer from the title of the image, the broken segments of the snake, and the open mouth of the snake? - The snake is showing that they need to be united instead of broken apart from one another. The open mouth can mean that they are ready to attack. 2. What impact do these details have? - They have an impact showing that if we unite we can take on the British together instead of apart. 3. Why do you think the artist chose a snake rather than another animal? - The snake represents death or venom and they chose it because a snake can be terrifying or dangerous. Image 2: The Boston Massacre 1. Propaganda may slant the truth. What can a viewer infer from these slanted details depicted in the image? - It is a good showing of propaganda because it makes the British look like they were just killing for no reason. 2. Why would Paul Revere include details that he knew were not accurate?
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