How Propaganda Became Public Relations reviewed at CounterPunch

Thomas Klikauer and Nadine Campbell at CounterPunch  reviewed my book, How Propaganda Became Public Relations: Foucault and the Corporate Government of the Public. Klikauer is a machine from what I can tell and I envy the rate at which he reads and reviews books.  The article sums up many of the main points and gives a fair read of the text, focusing on the things most likely to interest the general public.  I also did an interview on the book recently if you’d like to learn more about it. You can read the introduction of the book here for free and buy it here if you want the whole deal.

6 thoughts on “How Propaganda Became Public Relations reviewed at CounterPunch

  1. Hi,

    I’m a Foucault scholar based in the UK who teaches modules on ‘Public Relations and Power’ and ‘The History of Public Relations’, and I cannot tell you how excited I am to find Cory’s work!

    I look forward to reading Cory’s book and eventually seeing a full genealogy of this incredibly important and timely subject.

    Feels like Christmas has come early!

    Dr Russell Jackson

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