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Edward Bernays, the father of public relations, explains what propaganda is and how it is applied on society. It's an explanation of how an elite's class runs the world through the change of public opinion with propaganda as a tool. Edward Bernays, just like Tesla and any other figure that doesn't make it to the history books, is as important as the history books. Everyone owes it to himself to listen to this book.

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What in the world???

This entire summary was just a autobiographical review of Edward Bernays . There was barely any talk about the concepts and principles within the book. Definitely not worth the time or the credit to even listen to you. If you read this review, do yourself a favor and get a different audiobook and save yourself some time. Thank you.

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definitely worth the buy for the entire text.<br />

i thouroghly enjoyed and love it. without question I am definitely looking forward to going to purchase the book in it's entirety.

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Mildly Interesting at Best

This audio book is more like an audio resume of the author rather that a summary of his book. Also, there is lots of repeated content.

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