When The Propagandist started an essay contest, we had no idea just how well it was going to go. We got a ton of hard-hitting, eloquent articles on themes like spreading democracy, opposing dictatorships and exposing political correct shills for autocrats and terrorists.
We loved them. Our readers loved them. And while we wouldn't take credit for the pro-democracy revolutions sweeping the Middle East today, we're sure our propaganda didn't hurt.
Out of over 25 essays submitted, the judge's points tallies for the top finalists were extremely close. Without further ado, here is our list of runner-ups:
And the winner of the $1,000 grand prize for best essay is - drumroll, please...
How Not to Feed A Revolution by David Zeglen
Read an excerpt:
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