Propaganda for War

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Propaganda for War

By H. C. Peterson
University of Oklahoma Press, 1939
357 pp. $3.00

A scholarly monograph on the "Campaign Against American Neutrality, 1914-1917" which is said to have been carried on by British propagandists. The author, an assistant professor of history in the University of Oklahoma, had access to the American Press Résumé, published by the propaganda authorities for the sole use of the British Cabinet. Professor Peterson's conclusions as to the magnitude of the rôle of British propaganda in warping American neutrality remain open to question.

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