8. Yup

Attribution (front or state): State (Eisenhower administration)
Author/publication: US Postal Service
Publication date: 1955

Remarks: In his study of the Eisenhower administration’s forays into “psychological warfare,” historian Kenneth Osgood highlights peace as the refrain of 1950s US propaganda. The multimedia campaign that followed ran from State Dept.-funded jazz tours to “Person-to-Person” exchanges, all the way to an “Atoms for Peace” campaign intent on stressing the United States’ commitment to atomic energy for all the right reasons, including their eagerness to share atomic technology abroad for peaceful purposes.

Supplementary media:
President Dwight Eisenhower introducing the Atoms for Peace stamp in the golden age of philately.