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Monday, October 29, 2007

USA 1787 Political propaganda - equivalent of combined educational TV, moralizing writing, and caricature

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USA 1787 Political propaganda - equivalent of combined educational TV, moralizing writing, and caricature as part of campaign for the ratification of the US Constitution Source:  Text: A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand, Mat. Chap. 13th ver 26 Connecticut is symbolized by a wagon sinking into the mud. Its driver warns, Gentlemen this Machines is deep in the mire and you are divided as to its releaf -- .

USA 1787 Political propaganda - equivalent of combined educational TV, moralizing writing, and caricature as part of campaign for the ratification of the US Constitution
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USA 1787 Political propaganda - equivalent of combined educational TV, moralizing writing, and caricature as part of campaign for the ratification of the US Constitution.

Good example of unnatural (too low) resolution – most texts and comments are totally unreadable (this digital copy is available at the Library of the Congress web site)