„The most favorable moment to seize a man and influence him is when he is alone in the mass.“

—  Jacques Ellul, buch Propaganda: The Formation of Men's Attitudes

Vintage, p. 9
Propaganda: The Formation of Men's Attitudes (1965)
Kontext: The most favorable moment to seize a man and influence him is when he is alone in the mass. It is at this point that propaganda can be most effective.

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