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On Propaganda

Santa stopped by the house a little early this year and dropped off a Kindle. Yay! I kind of went nuts downloading the free books the first day. To date, I’ve only purchased one book – Brian Anse Patrick’s The Ten Commandments of Propaganda. It’s available only via Kindle at the moment, though he plans to publish a paper version next year.

I haven’t started it yet, but when I do, I’ll probably pull out some of my old communications textbooks on related topics just for fun. This reading hobby is dangerous.

5 Responses to “On Propaganda”

  1. mobo says:

    Adolf Hitler had a lot to say about propoganda in Mein Kampf. It’s actually worth reading, and I suspect the author of the book you mention borrowed from the propoganda chapter in Mein Kampf.

    Also, I HIGHLY recommend Mark David Lebetter’s “America’s Forgotten History” series. Part one and two are published and part three is on the way. He also wrote “Globocop”, another excellent read. His books are like 1.50 each and are also only available in digital format because he self-published them.

  2. mobo says:

    Oops! I spelled propaganda wrong twice in a row.

  3. Panamared says:

    Gotta watch out for that reading habit it will eat up all of your time.

  4. Sigivald says:

    I have almost entirely free books on mine.

    (The golden age of Weird Tales – the genre, not the magazine per se – is fortunately the out-of-copyright age as well, mostly.

    All of Lovecraft for $3.99 was worth every cent, as well.

    And Chesterton. So much Chesterton.)

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