Cold War Era Cartoon Chronicles Trailer

Cold War Era Cartoon Chronicles Trailer (2004)

01 January 2004

This fascinating Video is a compilation of various cartoons that use humor to tout the dangers of Communism and the benefits of capitalism. It contains Cold War era cartoons defending the profit motive against anti-capitalist critics and telling American workers that they are the luckiest people in the world!The main message of all of the films is how you should be proud to be an American. Shot in the 1940s workers are told that increased productivity would bring about greater purchasing power during inflationary times. In the final clip there is an interesting corporate Cold War- era cartoon linking Bill Of rights to free-enterprise ideology.

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