In a free society it is intrinsic that the individuals and groups have the inherent right to propagate ideas and try to win converts. We do not look upon an idea different from ours as an anomaly which should be precluded. Nor do we permit only innocuous or congenial beliefs and forbid those that we believe are dubious or spurious. In a country of competing pressures we are accosted by a surfeit of propaganda that tends to overwhelm us. Thus, we live in a of ubiquitous bombardment from countless, and often unrecognized, propagandists.
- intrinsic- hakiki, belonging naturally; essential.
- inherent – inheren, yg menjadi sifatnya, existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute.
- propagate – menyebarkan
- converts- mualaf, org yg masuk agama lain
- precluded- menghalangi, prevent from happening; make impossible.
- permit- mengizinkan
- innocuous- tidak berbahaya, not harmful or offensive.
- congenial- cocok, serasi
- forbid- melarang, refuse to allow (something).
- spurious – palsu, not being what it purports to be; false or fake.
- surfeit- jumlah yg terlalu penuh
- ubiquitous – ada di mana-mana, present, appearing, or found everywhere.
- bombardment – a continuous attack with bombs, shells, or other missiles.