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Running Head: THE PROPAGANDA WAR The Propaganda War 1 The Propaganda War 2 The Propaganda War Propaganda consists of the planned use of any form of...

Using quality source material to back up your position defend it as the main cause of America’s entrance into World War I: The Propaganda War. I have uploaded a document that has laready been started. Using two more sources with in-text citations you may use them throughout the writing or use to new topics throughout the paper. Need at least one more full page to complete. thanks
Running Head: THE PROPAGANDA WAR 1 The Propaganda War
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The Propaganda War 2 The Propaganda War Propaganda consists of the planned use of any form of public of mass-produced communication designed to affect the minds and emotions of a given group for a specific purpose, whether military, economic, or political. Propaganda is considered to be a sort of communication oral and otherwise which propagates ideas and thoughts to the community at large. It has been seen that people always want to visualize the things as the way we want them to see and hence, it is in commonness. This is the goal and object of any propaganda. A war propaganda objective was to manipulate people and groups into adopting ideals of one’s own. The war is a very common place to propagate such ideas. Many people do not like war and tend to support war only when there is a necessity for it. War has never been considered good, but there seems to have been some force which unites people in the cause of war. This could be called propaganda, which united people to go to war. Propaganda uses the simple technique of uniting people of one group against another targeted group with the notion that the other group is inhuman and harmful. America’s entry into World War I was politically and emotionally motivated by very important war propagandists like the Creel Commission and Hollywood films and these, to a very great extent influenced the American notion about war and why it should be fought. It has been rightly quoted that “In war, truth is a relative commodity and propaganda a staple of battle (Lambrecht, Bill).” The speeches of American war generals and the movement of the assimilation of people’s emotions during the war all made the war a necessity. World War I was spurred on by war speeches, material lectures and the huge number of war movies that were made praising the attempts of America in World War I as a justifiable thing. The propaganda was
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