George Creel

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George Creel

George Creel was a journalist who was best known as the man in charge of the World War 1 era propaganda organization, the Committee on Public Information.

Creel was of the belief that "Nothing is more true than that people do not live by bread alone; catch-phrases constitute a staple article of diet, especially in a democracy.".[1][2]


  1. The War, the World and Wilson, by George Creel
  2. Complete Report of the Chairman of the Committee on Public Information