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1. ______________ is a propaganda technique where you adhere a negative label to someone or something. A. Card stacking B. Testimonial C. Name calling D. Glittering generalities
Name calling is a propaganda technique where you adhere a negative label to someone or something.
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Name calling is a propaganda technique where you adhere a negative label to someone or something.
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In “A Hanging”, SAVAGE is the adjective which best describes the warders’ perception of the prisoners.
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