Political Propaganda - the New College Drinking Game
It's hard to tell whether this movieis attractive because it is quaint or eerie because it shows howlittle things have changed in America (or the world) in the last 60years or so.
Educationalfilm to teach viewers about the dynamics of propaganda, made in thein the late 1940's or early 1950's.
A teacher dissects theprocesses in which propaganda works to an eager student.
Init are moments of classic hokum, but curiously many of the techniquesring true today.
Beware of Propaganda.
Or beamused by it. Or both.
Personally, I suggest making a fabnew poli-sci drinking game, e.g. "For every sweepinggeneralization McCain makes, one shot! For every bandwagon commentObama makes, two shots!"
You can take it from there.