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. Judging by the reports on public opinion of the Rangers, people were sceptical of much of the propaganda they heard and sometimes viewed it as a source of enter- tainment rather than information they would use to inform their deci- sions. We have to look to factors other than the supposed persuasive power of radio broadcasting to explain voting behaviour. The unique features of this case underline some of the democratic potential for radio broadcasting. When the colonies of British North American united in 1867 it was primarily though accommodations made by elites, for