Valin Posted April 9, 2012 Share Posted April 9, 2012 "Little thinking of the time was a process of reasoning from fact-buttressed premises to logical conclusions. Anyone who measures the political conduct of the fifties from such a premise is bound to be as confused as if he were a believer in Ptolemaic astronomy making careful observations of the Copernican heavens. The thinking was largely irrational, governed by subconscious memories, frustrated desires, and the distortions of politicians and editors." (Snip) These stereotypes were steadily reinforced. Leaders on each side made frantic efforts to propagandize their own people. (snip) Tomorrow I'll provide the source. In the meantime what is the writer talking about? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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