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war of the words

Listen to the broadcast on NPR'S radiolab program (wnyc march 25 2008) and explain why you think Orson welles and subsequent broadcasters were able to get so many people into a state of panic and flight with a story that was far fetched and one which they told their audiences was fiction. Mla format 2 pages
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