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Match the propaganda styles. 1. projecting an image of being one of the common people name calling 2. using well-known personalities in the hopes of identifying with some of their glamour testimonials 3. giving the impression that everyone is involved, if you're not, you're missing out glittering generalities 4. the candidate recalls all the good things done, omitting facts that would justify his defeat bandwagon 5. using wide-spread universal terms that do not deal with the specific issues at hand card-stacking 6. using broad accusations and negative attacks in order to bring down the
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1. plain folks - projecting an image of being one of the common people. 2. testimonials - using well-known personalities in the hopes of identifying with some of their glamour. 3. bandwagon - giving the impression that everyone is involved, if you're not, you're missing out. 4. card-stacking - the candidate recalls all the good things done, omitting facts that would justify his defeat. 5. glittering generalities - using wide-spread universal terms that do not deal with the specific issues at hand. 6. name calling - using broad accusations and negative attacks in order to bring down the
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1. plain folks - projecting an image of being one of the common people. 2. testimonials - using well-known personalities in the hopes of identifying with some of their glamour.
3. bandwagon - giving the impression that everyone is involved, if you're not, you're missing out.
4. card-stacking - the candidate recalls all the good things done, omitting facts that would justify his defeat.
5. glittering generalities - using wide-spread universal terms that do not deal with the specific issues at hand.
6. name calling - using broad accusations and negative attacks in order to bring down the reputation of an opponent.

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