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A historical view of scare tactics Like their present-day counterparts, early antinuclear activists used fear to try to inspire political action. But such appeals might have unwittingly contributed to anticommunist hysteria and the nuclear buildup.
scare tactics from books.google.com
ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS HAVE LONG been built around fear — fear of body odor, bad breath, dandruff, even unsightly spots left by an inferior ... Such scare tactics have created the fastest-growing market in the whole vitamin-mineral field.
scare tactics from books.google.com
Two articles in the January Bulletin — "A Historical View of Scare Tactics" by Paul Boyer, and "Scared Stiff or Scared into Action" by Peter Sandman and Jo- Ann Valenti — attributed the lack of vigor in the U.S. antinuclear movement at least in  ...
scare tactics from books.google.com
Scare tactics are seldom necessary in discussions of security anyway. "With security, you don't need to exaggerate the exposures because they really are scary enough already," says Pat Schuler, a Minneapolis- based management coach ...
scare tactics from books.google.com
But even intelligent Stevensonians stooped to scare tactics — for example Beardsley Ruml in a speech last week implied a resemblance between Eisenhower and the aged Hindenburg, who was duped into letting Hitler take over. One useful ...