The Shaping of Popular Consent: A Comparative Study of the Soviet Union and the United States 1929-1941

by Alexander McGregor

Reviews

"McGregor's findings represent a fascinating insight into the workings of the two 'superpowers' and how they both utilized...visual arts as media to communicate their respective values and construct the ideology of Sovietism and Americanism among the population...The book is very rich in examples, and it provides an extensive historical background...would recommend the book." - Russian Journal of Communication


"... nobody reading the book could deny the clarity of its exposition, and the originality of its author’s viewpoint. Personally, I am persuaded that McGregor’s work obliges us to think again about many of the presuppositions of Cold War historiography." - Professor Paul Dukes, University of Aberdeen


 

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