Propaganda in the Cold War By: Ally farris & sydney self

Propaganda is information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view. It was used as a war tactic during The Cold War along with many others.

Bandwagon propaganda: Make the people believe that what you want them to do is what everyone's doing.

Testimonial: Use a famous persons influence to get the people to do what you want them to.

Plain folks: When ordinary people are involved so it must be important

Transfer: Indirect use of respected patriotic images to help persuade the viewer.

Fear: Instills fear in the public to rise anxieties and panic.

Logical Fallacy: Twisting logic to draw an inaccurate conclusion, however the premises may be accurate.

Name calling: Ties a person or cause to a largely perceived negative image.

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