"Loose Lips Might Sink Ships", was a propaganda poster that directly connected American civilians to service men in the navy. This quote directs oneself to believing that if someone were to talk about information pertaining to the war, the information could end up in the wrong hands and in turn lead to the death of our family member and friends who are fighting for our freedom and country. One technique that is used in propaganda is the ability to appeal to the viewers base emotions. During war time, Americans were fearful for the safety of our country and our loved ones who were abroad in combat. By directly connecting the words we say to the life or death of our soldiers, this propaganda is basically commanding that American citizens should keep their opinions and information of the war to themselves unless they want to contribute to the unnecessary death of our soldiers. Another reason why this kind of propaganda differs from persuasion is because propaganda is strictly aims to forward the wanted intent of the protagonist. Although war propaganda is no longer around in main stream society today, consumers and citizens need to become more aware of the power of persuasion while still understanding the differences that propaganda poses.