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Choose the propaganda style that best fits the statement below. "Governor Burnett is a family man that has lived and worked in our community for years, and will work for the concerns we all
share." a. glittering generalities b. name calling c. plain folks d. card stacking e. bandwagon f. patriotism g. testimonials
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User: Choose the propaganda style that best fits the statement below. "Governor Burnett is a family man that has lived and worked in our community for years, and will work for the concerns we all share." a. glittering generalities b. name calling c. plain folks d. card stacking e. bandwagon f. patriotism g. testimonials

Weegy: g)testimonial
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User: If a politician tells you that "everybody is joining his team and you should too," he is using the bandwagon type of propaganda.

Weegy: True. If a politician tells you that "everybody is joining his team and you should too," he is using the bandwagon type of propaganda to try and scare you into not being the only one left outside his group.
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User: Choose the propaganda style that best fits the statement below. "Governor Lewis has raised taxes, increased poverty and stolen from you, the American people". a. glittering generalities b. name calling c. plain folks d. card stacking e. bandwagon f. patriotism g. testimonials

Weegy: e. bandwagon
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User: Getting information from a number of different sources is a good way to avoid bad propaganda.

Weegy: false.Propaganda can consist of untruths and carefully selected facts. (For example, on one day during the Battle of Britain the BBC news reported that over thirty German aircraft had been shot down for the loss of only five British planes. [ The figure of five British planes was accurate, but the figure of 30 German aircraft was exaggerated.) Propaganda is best considered as "what they want you to hear". At best it is selective, at worst it is untrue. Any respectable historian will go to original sources to find out as many facts as possible, being careful to distinguish between fact and opinion. (Another example: "Senator Smith said President Jones is ruining the economy" would be an opinion, but "when Jones was President, 10,000 factories closed" would be fact. If another fact was that unemployment fell by 5 million while Jones was president, you might decide that he did not ruin the economy at all.) Read more: ]
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"Governor Burnett is a family man that has lived and worked in our community for years, and will work for the concerns we all share." This is an example of plain folks propoganda style.
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"Governor Lewis has raised taxes, increased poverty and stolen from you, the American people". This is an example of name calling propoganda style.
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