Definition of propaganda:
- A society or association at Rome, called the congregation " de propaganda fide," first established in 1622, for diffusing a knowledge of Rom. Catholicism throughout the world, now charged with the management of the R. Cath. missions and the spread of the R. Cath. religion; a secret political party or association; any kind of institution for making proselytes.
- publication (part of speech: noun)
- publications (part of speech: noun)
There is in it all the good side of the emancipation propaganda with an entire freedom from the extravagance, the vulgarity, the injustice, the bad taste which marked that propaganda a century and more afterwards, when taken up by persons very different from Fuller.- "A History of English Literature Elizabethan Literature", George Saintsbury.
- "Face to Face with Kaiserism", James W. Gerard.
Mr. Schreiner adds; " During the seventeen years that have elapsed I have watched the propaganda for the overthrow of British power in South Africa being ceaselessly spread by every possible means, the press, the pulpit, the platform, the schools, the colleges, the legislature; and it has culminated in the present war, of which Mr. Reitz and his co- workers are the origin and the cause."- "Native Races and the War", Josephine Elizabeth Butler.