Exporting Americanism: Arthur Bullard and American Propaganda in Russia

Stefano Livi


The essay provides a broader understanding of American propaganda abroad during World War I and its aftermath by analyzing the role of the Committee on Public Information in revolutionary Russia through one of its directors, Arthur Bullard. While the main goal of the CPI was to keep Russia in the war, his view went beyond the conflict and looked at emphasizing the desire of friendly relations between the American and Russian peoples by appealing to the admiration that many Russians felt for the American lifestyle, in order to contain the spread of Bolshevism in Russian territories.


Bullard; Committe on Public Information; Public Diplomacy; Propaganda; Bolshevik Revolution

DOI: 10.6092/issn.2611-2752/8549


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