The Unbeguiled Public

December 1959
Time;12/14/1959, Vol. 74 Issue 24, p68
The article discusses a poll conducted by Gallup Organization about the use of untruthful arguments in television commercials where results shows that two out of three people believe that television advertisements make phony claims.


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