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Ilias N. Arnaoutoglou

lasting effect. Even that, however, seems to me putting too much importance on the political function of the oath as ritual. Could the annually sworn Heliastic oath convince the Heliasts to initiate a “resistance bandwagon” against proposals aimed at curtailing democracy? Another parameter in regime

William W. Batstone

only comments in passing on "a monotonous parade of surrenderers and collaborationists" or on "bandwagon propaganda", see 958. In other words, by examining propaganda in terms of ter- minology and policy (a collection of themes like clemency, violence, cruelty, com- petence, etc.), he is not in a