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Accusations of zealotry and denialism are the rhetorical tools that are used to shut down objections to capitalist propaganda about these countries. The disingenuous nature of the anti-communist arguments has been shown in the aftermath of the fall of the USSR and the GDR. But propaganda can be used effectively to relay positive messages, like health recommendations, PSAs, and encouraging people to vote—especially when they incorporate good design. We’ve curated a collection of 50 prominent examples of propaganda—positive and negative—throughout history. 01. I want you Corporate propaganda refers to propaganda disseminated by a corporation (or corporations), for the purpose of manipulating public opinion concerning to that corporation, and its activities. The use of corporate propaganda can be commonly found in the fields of advertising, marketing, politics, history, and public relations.