Everett Dean MartinEverett Dean Martin, (1880-1941) American minister, writer, journalist, instructor, lecturer, social psychologist, social philosopher, advocate of adult education

Everett Dean Martin Quote

“It is the trivial, the irrelevant, the sensational, the appeal to obsolete bigotry which naturally give it greatest publicity. In such publicity it becomes a mere vulgar caricature of itself.”

Everett Dean MartinEverett Dean Martin
~ Everett Dean Martin

Are We Victims of Propaganda, Our Invisible Masters: A Debate with Edward Bernays (1929)

Ratings and Comments

E Archer, NYC

Looks like racist rhetoric is a time-tested tactic of propaganda to rile people up over trivialities and exaggerations.

Mike, Norwalk

The Progressive caricature of self is a vulgar theocratic socialism. The private and expanded collective sensationalizes bigotry by anti-reality propagating (mountains out of mole hills) the trivial and the irrelevant. 


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