Propaganda of the Deed Law and Legal Definition

Propaganda of the deed is a concept promoting physical violence against political enemies. Propaganda of deed is mainly designed to a way of inspire the masses and propagate revolution. Propaganda of the deed is considered a working class. It also refers to the use of symbolic acts of violence against structural targets. Propaganda of the deed is also correlated to illegalism. Propaganda of the deed is an anarchist philosophy that developed primarily in France, Italy, Belgium, and Switzerland. However, the concept of propaganda of the deed is not recognized in the U.S.[Norton v. Discipline Committee of East Tennessee State University, 419 F.2d 195 (6th Cir. Tenn. 1969)].