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Chinese Communist Theme Park Fun

When a family in America thinks of going to a theme park, they probably think of Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, or maybe even Santa’s Village. There are similar parks in the People’s Republic of China, but there is also a new park with much different content from what you might expect when looking for […]



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Amir Tataloo – Energy Hasteei: Iranian Propaganda Through Music

For a while now, the Iranian government has slowly been losing the support of the younger population. From the Arab Spring to the US invasions at Iran’s boarders, there is quite a bit for people to be rowdy about. The Iranian government has been trying to get in touch with the youth of the nation […]



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Mao’s Legacy Through Propaganda

Propaganda posters have been used throughout history, specifically to push particular political agendas. They’ve played a crucial role in how said political agendas are perceived, oftentimes depicting them in a positive light and appearing attractive to citizens.  The People’s Republic of China has become well known for their large use of propaganda posters.  As Mao […]



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The Arab Spring And Other Propaganda

The Arab Spring is a term used to describe the uprisings which took place in the Middle East starting in 2011, and which came to a head sometime toward the end of 2013. The expression Arab Spring is a piece of propaganda by itself, with plenty of geopolitical implications in just two words. The period […]



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Harvest of Shame Abstract

Putting a Band-Aid on a broken leg is a saying meant to imply that the solution for a problem is so trivial or poorly designed that it makes no difference whether or not it is there at all. This is exactly what this artifact exemplifies: an effort on the part of the American government to […]



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