• The greatest damage done by advertising is precisely that it incessantly demonstrates the prostitution of men and women who lend their intellects, their voices, their artistic skills to purposes in which they themselves do not believe, and that it teaches [in the words of Leo Marx] 'the essential meaninglessness of all creations of the mind: words, images, and ideas.'

    "The Commercial Tidal Wave" by Robert W. McChesney & John Bellamy Foster in "Monthly Review", March 2003.
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