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The effect of propaganda depends only on the connotative meanings of words. True False
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does The effect of propaganda depends only on the connotative meanings of words
Weegy: Well yeah. Some people are stupid enough not to actually listen to or read what is actually being said and simply focus on the feelings the words give. [ For instance, most historians agree that Hitler would not have been as successful if he had not been such a good public speaker. If a German were to sit down and actually read the transcript of the speech they would most likely be appalled. ] (More)
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