Conquering the man in the street; a psychological analysis of propaganda in war, fascism, and politics, by Ellis Freeman ...


New York, Vanguard Press, 1940.

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Subjects Fascism.
Propaganda.
Social psychology.
Description 6 preliminary leaves, 3-356 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1940.
Notes Bibliographical references in "Notes" (pages 337-343).
Contents 1. Something for frustration -- 2. Political mysticism -- 3. Political infallibility -- 4. Political psychiatry -- 5. Political occupational therapy -- 6. The medicine man -- 7. Primitive group brotherhood -- 8. The ancient and medieval group mind -- 9. The philosopher's political spiritualism -- 10. The pseudoscientific group mind -- 11. Incidental supports to the fallacy -- 12. The social aggregate -- 13. The congregate audience -- 14. Flogging the dead horse -- 15. Embedding ideas -- 16. Psychological ersatz -- 17. Rationalization and projection -- 18. Sublimation -- 19. Social futurism -- 20. The mob and the group -- 21. The American prospect.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)550589
(OCoLC)ocm00550589
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WorldCat Identities Freeman, Ellis, 1896-
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