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Over the past year the demagoguery has got the upper hand.
From demagoguery to sophistry, the deniers practice the whole range of methods for manufacturing doubt.
Demagoguery and misinformation are shaping public opinion and in some cases public policy.
We need to stop the political demagoguery and fix the real rationing problem.
Ryan's budget, and the early fire has been more than partisan demagoguery.
They are scrupulously polite articles, but they cede to demagoguery even as they avoid it in their own writing.
There's a fine line between likability and demagoguery.
Because budgets represent philosophy and values and people care about them, they can represent fertile ground for demagoguery.
But demagoguery is the last refuge of the spineless politician willing to do anything to win the next election.
Proposing such concepts is base demagoguery and a prelude to dictatorship.
And as a result, it easily lends itself to demagoguery and political gamesmanship, and misrepresentation and misunderstanding.
Because of his fear of demagoguery and belief the people could be easily misled, he advocated indirect elections.
Without this pressure, it is likely that the campaign against corruption would be reduced to little more than hollow demagoguery.
History demonstrates often in brutal fashion the evils of enforced ignorance and demagoguery.
Such cuts are easily justified by popular demagoguery.
Some demagoguery takes place, but the limit is easily raised.
The southern political system promoted-and even rewarded-a certain level of recklessness, sensationalism, and demagoguery.
Any effort to propose significant reforms to these programs triggers a barrage of demagoguery and resistance.
The real problem came from the administration, which resorted to distortion and demagoguery.

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