Propaganda: political rhetoric and identity, 1300-2000
This collection of articles is based on the concepts of propaganda and political rhetoric from the 14th century to the 21st. It is divided into six thematic and chronological sections which respond to some of the major historiographical debates on these subjects.
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STATE BUILDING AND PROPAGANDA
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