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Government repeals ban on domestic propaganda

Posted: July 15, 2013 |   Comments For decades, propaganda developed by the state has been banned domestically, however, that changed recently with the implementation of a new reform passed in January. The Broadcasting Board of Governors, a federal agency that supervises all U.S. government-supported media and broadcasts programs such as "Voice of America," "Radio Free Europe," and the "Middle East Broadcasting Networks," became domestically available on July 2.

In 1985, Nebraska Senator Edward Zorinsky argued that propganda from the BGB should be kept out of America to distinguish it "from the Soviet Union where domestic propaganda is a principal government activity." 28 years later and with no rival socialist superpower to worry about, the United States government can safely repeal the propaganda ban. Of course, with today's extensive media bias and government/corporate sponsored news, we are already subjected to indirect propaganda.

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