Propaganda and the American revolution, 1763-1783 [by] Philip Davidson.


Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 1941.

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Subjects Amerikanische Revolution.
États-Unis -- Histoire -- 1775-1783 (Révolution) -- Causes.
Propaganda, American.
Propaganda.
Propagande américaine.
USA -- Revolution.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Causes.
United States.
Description xvi, 460 pages frontispiece, plates, facsimiles 24 cm
Copyright Date 1941.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 411-442).
Also issued online.
Summary In the American Revolution as in all revolutions, propaganda was extensively and effectively used. Had the Revolution been the work of a majority, united on methods and objectives, in sure control of the movement throughout, there would have been little necessity for propaganda. That it was not is obvious. The difficulties the leaders faced at every stage of the conflict, the coercion and violence by which thousands were forced into acquiescence or exile, the indifference and malingering of thousands of others, and the constant dissensions which disrupted the leadership itself are sure evidences that the Revolution was at best but the work of an aggressive minority. Propaganda was thus indispensable to those who first promoted resistance to specific British acts and ultimately urged revolution. - Introduction.
Contents Introduction -- Whig propaganda, 1763-1776. Propagandists -- Purposes and problems -- The machinery of propaganda -- Merchant and mechanic organizations -- Churches, schools, and clubs -- The lawyer's plea for the rights of America -- Colonial self-interest -- Hate -- Combatting Tory propaganda -- Demonstrations, songs, and plays -- Public addresses and pulpit oratory -- Pamphlets and broadsides -- Newspapers -- The Tory counterattack, 1763-1783. Propagandists and problems -- Tory propaganda : suggestion -- Tory propaganda : media -- Loyalist propaganda, 1776-1783 -- Patriot propaganda, 1776-1783. Changed conditions -- War propaganda -- Vehicles of propaganda.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)427199
(OCoLC)ocm00427199
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Davidson, Philip, 1902-2000.
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