Propaganda is the dissemination of information, facts, arguments, rumours, half-truths or lies to influence the views of persons or groups. This book clearly explains the techniques of propaganda. They include name calling, glittering generality, loyalty transfer, plain folks, card stacking and bandwagon. It analyzes the principles of propaganda. They include suggestibility, selection, downright lying, repetition, assertion, and pinpointing the enemy. It shows you how to make propaganda statements. It throws light on how to apply propaganda to politics. It contains concrete instances of how propaganda was employed in the United States, Germany and Nigeria. And it discusses the repetition of message as the most important principle of propaganda that shall be remembered and applied with the closest attention.