Un decennio di rassegnato silenzio? La diffusione di propaganda eversiva e rivoluzionaria negli Stati Uniti degli "Anni ruggenti"


The article will challenge the view that, throughout the 1920s, radical movements lost their ability to carry out propaganda activities. Through the analysis of reports drawn up by Military Intelligence and State Department officials, it will be showed that both the revolutionary left and the fascist movements produced media campaigns throughout the decade. The hypothesis is that, contrary to what happened in the early years of the Interwar period and in the 1930s, during the 1920s politicians had neither the interest nor the willingness to generate massive hysteria around propaganda activities.

DOI Code: 10.1285/i22808949a9n2p31

Keywords: Propaganda; United States of America; Radicalism; Political repression; Interwar Period

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