Byline: Adrian E. Cristobal
OF course, we are daily bombarded with propaganda and information, from advertising to public relations, so it's important for an enlightened public to distinguish between the two. A useful distinction: It's propaganda when dispensed by the other side, and information when it's peddled by our side.
Fortunately, knowing this will not put an end to propaganda.
Once again I turn to the irritable John Ralston Saul: Propaganda is "the means by which the thousands of organizations in corporatist society communicate with each other and with the general public.
"From its origins in the Vatican Congregation for the Propagation …