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  1. Propaganda is defined as: Information, ideas, or rumors deliberately spread widely to help or harm a person, group, movement, institution, nation, etc. OR A story giving only one side in an argument.

  2. Propaganda is defined as: Information,____________________________________________________________________. OR A story giving________________________________________.

  3. Examples of Propaganda ….

  4. The Boston Massacre took place on March 5, 1770 when a lone British soldier standing guard had an argument with a colonist and struck him. Crispus Attucks a sailor is the best remembered casualty of the incident. Two other men died within a few days. Colonists called the shooting “The Boston Massacre.” Paul Revere created an elaborate print titled: The Bloody Massacre perpetuated in King Steet.” The soldiers and their officer were charged with murder. A Boston jury found them not guilty because they believed they acted in self defense.

  5. Two soldiers were convicted of killing people in the crowd by accident. These men were branded on the thumb and released. The Boston Massacre was a good example of how the colonists used propaganda to further their cause against British aggression. Paul Revere exaggerated the drawing of the Boston Massacre and created an engraving. His engraving showed the British soldiers lined up and firing shots into a “peaceful” crowd. The engraving had nothing to do with the truth, which was that six or seven British soldiers were being threatened by a mob in Boston.

  6. Boston Massacre The Boston Massacre took place on March 5, 1770 when a lone __________________________ standing guard had an argument with a ____________________and struck him. ___________________a sailor is the best remembered casualty of the incident. Two other men died within a few days. Colonists called the shooting “______________.” Paul Revere created an elaborate print titled: The Bloody Massacre perpetuated in King Steet.” The soldiers and their officer were charged with____________. A Boston jury found them not guilty because they believed they acted in________________.

  7. Two soldiers were convicted of killing people in the crowd by accident. These men were ______________on the thumb and released. The Boston Massacre was a good example of how the colonists used ________________to further their cause against___________________. ______________exaggerated the drawing of the Boston Massacre and created an engraving. His engraving showed the British soldiers lined up and firing shots into a “peaceful” crowd The engraving had nothing to do with the truth, which was that six or seven _________________were being threatened by a ____________ in Boston.