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Institute for Propaganda Analysis
The Institute for Propaganda Analysis is best known for identifying several basic types of rhetorical tricks used by propagandists: Name-calling , Glittering generalities, Euphemisms, Transfer, Testimonial, Plainfolks , Bandwagon, Fear. The organization was created in 1937 and was dissolved in 1942.
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