Tag Archives: Carl R. Byoir

The Affront of Front Groups

In “Law and Ethics for Public Relations,” a course I developed for Mid-America Christian University, we will study front groups, “an organization that purports to represent one agenda while in reality it serves some other interest whose sponsorship is hidden or rarely mentioned.” This definition comes from Sourcewatch.org, one of many organizations dedicated to communications […]

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The Affront of Front Groups

In “Law and Ethics for Public Relations,” a course I developed for Mid-America Christian University, we will study front groups, “an organization that purports to represent one agenda while in reality it serves some other interest whose sponsorship is hidden … Continue reading

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The Creel Committee: 100 Years of Strategic Communication

The Wall Street Journal marks the 100-year anniversary of World War I’s commencement by noting 100 legacies of the war, technological, political and social shifts of the era that affect us to this day. Propaganda is among the listed legacies: … Continue reading

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