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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 or rarely mentioned.” This definition comes from Sourcewatch.org, one of many organizations dedicated to communications […]

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The Arab Spring Becomes the Russian Winter

The Russian Winter. To history aficionados, the term is the simple explanation for the defeat of autocrats attempting to conquer the Russian people. Napoleon and Hitler saw their vaunted militaries decimated when their invasions of Russia stretched into the brutal season. Now … Continue reading

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