Harry Warner’s testimony was a well-crafted, thoughtful, and passionately delivered denunciation of the propaganda accusations. If any previous testimony showed cracks in the isolationists’ wall, Warner had just blown the barrier to bits. The isolationist senators tried to pick Warner apart but got nowhere. The senators went back and forth with Warner on the definition of war propaganda. Warner maintained his films were not propaganda, as they were all based on previously published accounts of actual events.
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