Antireligious Propaganda

Antireligious Propaganda

 

in the Soviet Union, a systematic influence upon man’s consciousness by various forms of ideological work (verbal propaganda, the press, radio, television, etc.), with the aim of overcoming religious carry-overs and developing an atheistic, dialectical-materialistic view of the world.

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Pullman takes to task the Narnia books thinly veiled religious propaganda, replacing it in his own books with thinly veiled antireligious propaganda.
A constitutional change in 1992 authorized religious gatherings, provided for "the right to build buildings for religious use," and deleted the clause regarding freedom of antireligious propaganda.