After World War II, two powerful blocs, a democratic and capitalist West led by the United States and a communist world dominated by the Soviet Union faced each other. Each side claimed the other was an implacable ideological foe bent on the destruction of their way of life. This battle would never produce direct armed confrontation between the two countries, but it mobilized minds as never before.
In the long psychological battle of the Cold War, discover how governments and the industries of persuasion — marketing, advertising and public relations — moulded the way we see the world today. .