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Propaganda

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Shannon Diehl

on 19 April 2010

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Shannon Diehl
Per.6 “Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.” Pinpointing your enemy If they want peace, nations should avoid the pin-pricks that precede cannonshots Glittering Generalities Napoleon claimed himself as a
great leader,but half the people
didnt think that he was. They
wondered why they weren't undefeated. Plain Folks Napoleon wanted people to
think that he was such a
great ruler and that he
would do anything for the
people to be happy. That
was all a lie. bandwagon A lot of people supported
Napoleon because most of them
believed him when he told them
that he would make them live
a happy life. Assertion Napoleon thought he was
such a strong leader and
that he could defeat anyone
who came in his way.
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