# In the book, "In Your Face... All Over the Place": Advertising Is Our Environment, By: Jean...

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In the book, "In Your Face... All Over the Place": Advertising Is Our Environment, By: Jean Kilbourne.

Kilbourne writes that "advertising corrupts our language and thus influences our ability to think clearly." What evidence does she cite to support her claim?

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