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Modern Understandings of Propaganda 1920–2020: Works Cited

By Burton St. John III

Works Cited

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Institute for Propaganda Analysis. The Fine Art of Propaganda: A Study of Father Coughlin’s Speeches, ed. by Alfred McClung Lee and Elizabeth Briant Lee. Harcourt, Brace, 1939.

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