Compulsory schooling and mass media propaganda are two important tools for controlling public opinion in a nominally democratic society. Guests are educator John Taylor Gatto, author of the Underground History of American Education and Professor Mark Crispin Miller who teaches mass persuasion and propaganda at NYU.

This program is an edition of the series In Context produced by MDR Productions, Inc. In Context originates at Pacifica affiliate WPKN 89.5 FM, Bridgeport, CT whose signal reaches most of Connecticut and parts of New York. In Context is broadcast on Mondays from noon to 1PM. For further information, please visit www.incontextreport.com.

ON World Possibilities | February 13, 2014 | 5:00 am

Schooling and Propaganda

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Compulsory schooling and mass media propaganda are two important tools for controlling public opinion in a nominally democratic society. Guests are educator John Taylor Gatto, author of the Underground History of American Education and Professor Mark Crispin Miller who teaches mass persuasion and propaganda at NYU.

This program is an edition of the series In Context produced by MDR Productions, Inc. In Context originates at Pacifica affiliate WPKN 89.5 FM, Bridgeport, CT whose signal reaches most of Connecticut and parts of New York. In Context is broadcast on Mondays from noon to 1PM. For further information, please visit www.incontextreport.com.

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