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Obscured, however, is the subtler record of increasingly sophisticated techniques that a more chronological arrangement might have shown. A Charlie Chaplin silent film from World War I, in which Chaplin bonks the Kaiser on the head and then hawks Liberty Bonds, may have been cutting-edge persuasion at the time it was made. The posters from World War II likewise are subtler in their messaging than their predecessors, and hence perhaps more effective, even though the artwork from the first war is generally superior. One wonders how much of this more nuanced presentation was due to advances in advertising techniques in the intervening 25 years and how much to the fact that war propagandists knew how badly they had overreached during World War I.
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A certain amount of dehumanizing of the enemy is a natural part of any war effort, but Allied propaganda against the Germans in World War I is particularly striking in its crudity and ferocity, especially since one would have a hard time finding Americans today capable of explaining, even in the broadest of terms, exactly what our country was doing in that war. One of the more visually arresting World War I posters in the exhibition portrays a slumbering, rosy-cheeked, and classically-garbed female personification of America.
Against such a backdrop some stories from that time come into focus. One involves Hermann Bausch, a Montana farmer who was dragged from his home and nearly lynched in when neighbors surrounded his house and demanded that he buy Liberty Bonds to prove his loyalty to the United States.
He survived the day but only because he ended up in the state penitentiary for sedition.
In , Senator Burton K. Although not identified as such, Wheeler was a Montanan who first became famous as a U.
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He later became a four-term U. The th anniversary of this tragedy we commemorated yesterday.
This tension between the side of light and the dark side of our history is with us today. The Times went on to add, "The tone of the current attacks is disturbing.
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It is their evident intent Also that detainees had died in captivity and that 37 of these deaths had been officially classified as homicides up to Taxi to the Dark Side appeared on some critics' top ten lists of the best films of Premiere magazine named it the fifth best film of ,  and Bill White of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer named it the seventh-best film of It was named by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as one of 15 films on its documentary feature Oscar shortlist in November ,   and won the Oscar on February 24, This is dedicated to two people who are no longer with us, Dilawar, the young Afghan taxi driver, and my father, a navy interrogator who urged me to make this film because of his fury about what was being done to the rule of law.
It also won a Peabody Award in "for its sober, meticulous argument that what happened to a hapless Afghani was not an aberration but, rather, the inevitable result of a consciously approved, widespread policy. However, in February , it made public its intention never to broadcast the documentary due to its controversial nature.
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