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Cold War Ads


In the 1950s and 60s, Americans were taught to fear communism to the point of paranoia. Advertising was quick to take advantage of that fear. See a collection of such ads at Socyberty. Link -Thanks, RJ Evans!

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Americans will believe anything that is on TV or on the News especially back then. Propaganda is a great way to sway the American people.
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Yep, nothing like taking advantage of fear. Quite profitable I hear. Of course, to fear it in America (not Russia) at the time was indeed more paranoia than reality.
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