The Museum of International Propaganda, newly opened in San Rafael, offers an important reminder of a deadly instrument that helped foster great tragedies across the globe during the 20th century. But the museum is more than a collection of artifacts that illustrate the past; it also offers a wakeup call to Americans witnessing the use of propaganda in the . . .

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