Words That Won the War

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Words That Won the War

By James R. Mock and Cedric Larson
Princeton University Press, 1939
372 pp. $3.75

This scholarly study is based on a careful examination of the papers of the Creel "Committee on Public Information." What the authors say about the mobilization of American opinion then will be interesting to those who are asking what our participation in another such conflict would mean in terms of regimenting thought.

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