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The Power of Slogans in the History of Thought

According to Merriam-Webster online, a slogan is “a word or phrase that is easy to remember and is used by a group or business to attract attention.” You know many, I’m sure—probably way more than the following examples (some serious, some fun, some weird): – “Drill, Baby, Drill” – “Eat the Rich” – “Just do it” – “Go Green” – “Abortion on Demand” Read more