Date of Submission
Open Access Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
2022 Brooklyn Montgomery
This thesis aims to identify and analyze three different forms of economic propaganda: cultural, structural, and political. I first examine ‘Do What You Love’ culture and its impact on the labor force. Chapter Two explores the propagation of neoliberal economics as an objective study, and the final chapter analyzes the use of Black capitalism as a political mechanism to quell Black radical sentiment. In detailing these phenomenons, I investigate the implementation, normalization, and effects, as well as the material repercussions of these ideas and structures.
Montgomery, Brooklyn, "Economic Propaganda in the United States" (2022). CMC Senior Theses. 2987.
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