In the American Revolution
Propaganda is any type of biased persuasion used to influence people to think or act in a certain way. There are several different types of propaganda and ways to produce it. Most commonly in the revolution, it was displayed through persuasive and sugar-coated accounts of events and through art produced in the form of posters. Both of these circulated through the colonies, building morale and support for the Americans.
Franklin and Propaganda
There are several accounts of propagandist Benjamin Franklin in action, using his persuasive ways to manipulate others.