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Primary Sources

Producer: Disney Walt, Director: Geronimi Clyde, Writer: Ziemer Gregor. Education for Death: The Making of the Nazi. RKO Radio Production. January 15, 1943.

Catechetical Guild Educational Society. “Is This Tomorrow?” Catechetical Guild Educational Society. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1947.

Flagg, James Montgomery. I want you for U.S. Army: nearest recruiting station. United States, 1917.

Glogau Jack : Composer, Baritone Vocal Frederick J. Wheeler: Vocalist, Graff George: Lyricist,               and Walter B. Rogers: Conductor. Wake up, America!. Leo Feist Inc, 1916.

Lutz Stuart. Resist the Draft. Students for a Libertarian Society. 1965.

Kuromiya Kiyoshi. Fuck the Draft. Dirty Linen Corp. 1968. 

Miller, Howard J. “We Can Do It”, Westinghouse War Production Coordinating Committee. 1942. 

Pursell Weimer. When You Ride Alone You Ride With Hitler! . Office of Price Administration. 1943.

Schwarz Fred. Communism : America’s Mortal Enemy. Christian Anti-Communist Crusade. 1954.

Stern Joseph. Are You 100% American. The United States Treasury. 1918.

Secondary Sources

Chambers, R. “Art And Propaganda In An Age Of War: The Role Of Posters.” Scientia Militaria – South African Journal of Military Studies13, no. 4 (2012).

Culbert, David. Film and Propaganda in America. New York: Greenwood Press, 1990.

Kaminski, Joseph Jon. “World War I and Propaganda Poster Art: Comparing the United States and German Cases.” Epiphany7, no. 2 (2014).

Rawnsley, Gary D. Cold-War Propaganda in the 1950s. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1999.

Vallée, Cécile. “Monsters and Clowns Incorporated: the Representations of Adolf Hitler in British and American WWII Propaganda Posters.” Revue LISA / LISA e-Journal, no. Vol. X – n° 1 (2012): 126–50.

Welch, David. World War II Propaganda. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, LLC, 2017.