Even if this be unduly pessimistic—and that remains to be proved—the opinion reflects a tendency that is undoubtedly real. An Irene Castle can establish the fashion of short hair which dominates nine-tenths of the women who make any pretense to being fashionable. Churchill is a man with an out-of-date political idea—that of the European balance of power.
The gentleman tailor is under contract with a certain large American firm, which manufactures men's suits, to send them instantly the designs of the suits chosen by the leaders of London fashion.
The result was that what was at first a trickle of velvet became a flood. Within a decade, many large corporations were employing public relations counsel under one title or another, for they had come to recognize that they depended upon public good will for their continued prosperity.
The best pieces are selected from the local competitions for entry in the national contest.
Universal suffrage and universal schooling reinforced this tendency, and at last even the bourgeoisie stood in fear of the common people. A single factory, potentially capable of supplying a whole continent with its particular product, cannot afford to wait until the public asks for its product; it must maintain constant touch, through advertising and propaganda, with the vast public in order to assure itself the continuous demand which alone will make its costly plant profitable.
Business must express itself and its entire corporate existence so that the public will understand and accept it. The result was that what was at first a trickle of velvet became a flood. It must be made apparent to the Soviet Government that our strength will be sufficient to repel any attack and sufficient to defeat the USSR decisively if a war should start.
He is concerned with courses of action, doctrines, systems and opinions, and the securing of public support for them.
Coleman, Debtors and Creditors in America: He does not accept a client whose case he believes to be hopeless or whose product he believes to be unmarketable.
Our politicians think only as far ahead as the next election. The prospect of defeat is the only sure means of deterring the Soviet Union. Suppose the old type of salesmanship, acting for a meat packer, was seeking to increase the sale of bacon.
Whatever attitude one chooses to take toward this condition, it remains a fact that in almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons—a trifling fraction of our hundred and twenty million—who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses.
A number of causes, some economic, others due to the growing public understanding of business and the public interest in business, have produced this situation. References to it, even by professional historians and international lawyers, commonly imply either that it was a system for war which repeatedly failed or that it was a system for making war which often succeeded in its purpose … During the period of its dominance as a European system, say, toits record in preventing war was certainly not striking.
A campaign against unhealthy cosmetics might be waged by fighting for a return to the wash-cloth and soap—a fight that very logically might be taken up by health officials all over the country, who would urge the return to the salutary and helpful wash-cloth and soap, instead of cosmetics.
The new propaganda, having regard to the constitution of society as a whole, not infrequently serves to focus and realize the desires of the masses. In making up its mind its first impulse is usually to follow the example of a trusted leader. Seward later became a prominent leader of the Republican Party.
It was determined to substitute purpose for chance and to utilize the regular sources for fashion distribution and to influence the public from these sources.
She bought the velvet because she liked it and because it was in fashion. All this has intensified and multiplied the public relationships of business.
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