Definition of propoganda
1. propaganda [ n ] information that is spread for the purpose of promoting some causeUsed in print:
(Barry Goldwater, "A Foreign Policy for America"...)
Fearful of inviting a military showdown with the West which they could not win , the Communists seek to undermine Western power where the nuclear might of the West is irrelevant - in backwoods guerrilla skirmishes , in mob uprisings in the streets , in parliaments , in clandestine meetings of undercover conspirators , at the United_Nations , on the propaganda front , at diplomatic conferences - preferably at the highest level .
(Kenneth Reiner, "Coping with Runaway Technology"...)
This favorable image of America in the minds of Russian men and women is still there despite years of energetic anti American propaganda '' .
(William C. Smith, "Why Fear Ideas?"...)
Postmaster_General Burleson set_about to protect the American people against radical propaganda that might be spread through the mails .
(87th Congress, 1st Session. Congressional Record....)
It could stop Cuban re export of guns and propaganda materials to South_America .Synonyms propaganda Related Terms information agitprop propagandize propagandize
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