British Propaganda in the 20th Century: Selling Democracy

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Edinburgh University Press, 1999 - History - 276 pages
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This book examines the evolution of British propaganda practice during the course of the twentieth century. Written by an internationally-renowned expert in the area, this book covers the period from the First World War to the present day, including discussions of recent developments in information warfare. It includes analysis of film, radio, television and the press, and places the British experience within the wider international context. Drawing together elements of the author's previously published work, the book demonstrates how Britain has established a model for democratic propaganda world-wide.This is the first volume in the new International Communications series, edited by Philip M Taylor.

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Philip M. Taylor is Director of the Institute of Communications Studies at the University of Leeds

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