Date

12-2009

Degree Name

BA in Communication Studies

Department

Communication Studies Department

Advisor(s)

Bernard K. Duffy

Abstract

This project offers a historical look at the Committee on Public Information (CPI), its leader George Creel, and the uses of propaganda in America during the First World War. The paper discusses Creel's role in creating a propaganda machine that influenced the beliefs of millions of Americans. The last section analyzes what critics thought of the American government after they propagandized the American people.

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