Speak Up for Democracy - What You Can Do: A Practical Plan of Action for Every American Citizen

By: Bernays, Edward L.

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pp. xiv, [2], 128. Second printing of the 1940 first edition. Specially printed in connection with the national program of Appreciate America Inc. "At this very moment attempts directed, financed, or encouraged from Europe, Asia, and even from within our borders are being made to destroy our national unity and morale, to create and enlarge differences among us which might make for confusion, panic, and collapse, if we were attacked by an enemy." - vii. Bernays designed this plan to galvanize the ties of common interest of Americans for the purpose of achieving a strong national morale. His plan includes "proved methods of persuasion, of influencing, of crystallizing and mobilizing public opinion." - viii. Chapters include: What is Democracy; Speak Up for Democracy; What Democracy Means to You; Accusations and Answers; Saboteurs of Democracy; How to Speak Up for Democracy - General; Planned Events - Backbone of Your Campaign; Planning to Speak Up for Democracy; Holidays and other Celebrations - Springboards for Democracy; The Press; Using the Mail/Pamphlets/Leaflets; The Forum Discussion; Radio/Motion Pictures/Other Media; Youth; plus a variety of important information useful for campaigning. Boards illustrated in patriotic red, white and blue motif. Prior owner's details atop front free endpaper. Lacking cloth backstrip. Above-average external wear. Binding tender but intact. A worthy copy of this important Bernays work. Bibliographic reference: Larson 12.

Title: Speak Up for Democracy - What You Can Do: A Practical Plan of Action for Every American Citizen

Author Name: Bernays, Edward L.

Categories: Americana, News Media, Psychology,

Edition: Second Printing

Publisher: New York, The Viking Press: 1941

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 134H5283

Keywords: Speak Up for Democracy, Edward L. Bernays, Public Relations, United States, World War 1939-1945, Propaganda, Spin Control, Social Engineering, Morale,