Helm's a'lee: history of the development of the public affairs function in the United States Navy, 1961-1941.
Scovel, F. Donald
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Little admitted, seldom supported, and rarely recognized for what it was, the United States Navy's adoption of a formal public affairs function followed a stormy evolution. Participation in international expositions, publicity campaigns on behalf of recruiting, cooperation with the Navy League of the United States -- all played a part of in its development. Despite popular misconception, the public affairs function did not grow, nor was it fostered, in a vacuum. It evolved because of the social and political forces which demanded a responsive and responsible voice in government.
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