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Cold War History
This article examines political campaign films from the point of view of propaganda to explore how this idea fits into the context of a democratic Nordic nation. During the Cold War, Finland was governed by Urho Kekkonen as President for 25 years . The authors look at Kekkonen's campaign films to see how his public image was meticulously planned and systematically shaped to create an almost mythical figure. The political and media context in which these films were presented is also analysed todoi:10.1080/14682745.2018.1532996 fatcat:cliynndpwvcbhgujp5bp425ka4