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Simply knowing that one fact suggests to the reader his way out of propaganda's clinging coils.
The text is written in a clear and understandable format (thesis followed by proof) which allows for easier reading when length is involved.
Highly recommend the book for journalism/PR students and professionals and for people interested in propaganda studies.
This was my second book on the subject of persuasion, following Robert Cialdini's "Influence", a work referred to by Patrick in this book. Read morePublished 21 days ago by MC
Read the book. Then watch some TV, read a few newspapers, and see the "commandments" fully illustrated. It's just that clear.Published 1 month ago by Renee Fox
There is a lot to agree with in this book. The author is very even-handed in his treatment of propaganda, criticizing the political slogans of both the right and the left. Read morePublished 8 months ago by GKC1951
Its a good book indeed, particularly if you are inclined to use your own head and reason instead of just consuming content that is clearly made to manipulate its consumers (as is... Read morePublished 9 months ago by fusio
This is a great introduction to propaganda. I recommend it to all consumers and voters.
The book is easy to read. Read more
Five stars doesn't begin to capture the value of this book. A well researched and presented explanation of both modern and past propaganda campaigns. Read morePublished 19 months ago by genesse
This is a good book with contemporary perspective on propaganda use.
Comprehensible language, good style, light vein of humor. Read more
I began reading Brian Patrick's "The Ten Commandments of Propaganda" for a graduate class. I must say that it quickly surpassed my expectations! Read morePublished on November 26, 2012 by Graduate Student
this is the first book I've read on the subject of propaganda that I could understand. The author writes in plain everyday english. Read morePublished on October 11, 2012 by Amazon Customer