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Selling War: How the Pr Industry Has Partnered with the Media From World War I to the Gulf War

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As the Bush administration gears up for another war with Iraq, we’ll take a look at how public relations has been used to sell wars to the American people. We conclude today’s show with an excerpt from the documentary Toxic Sludge Is Good For You–The Public Relations Industry Unspun produced by the Media Education Foundation.

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